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Check for Rings
Joseph Malone, Sr., Earnest R. Jones, and Mark Evans of the Parsons Lodge #45 presented a check to Salmen High School Girls’ Basketball team for the purchase of their State Championship rings on May 23, 2014. Head coach Kevin Anderson and Principal Terri Wortmann were on hand to accept and thank the Masons for their generous contribution on behalf of the entire Salmen Community.
Salmen High celebrated Nurse's week by recognizing our school nurse Anne Thrasher with a flower bouquet. She expressed her appreciation and how much she enjoys taking care of the students at Salmen, overseeing their medical needs while on the school campus.
Autism Awareness Week
On May 2, 2014, Rachel Stevenson, a sophomore at Salmen High School, proudly presented Anne Galiano with the proceeds from the Cash for Cookies fundraiser held at Salmen during its 2nd Annual Autism Awareness Week. From left to right are Principal Terri Wortmann, Miss Stevenson, and and Ms. Galiano, who serves as a board member for Strengthening Outcomes with Autism Resources (SOAR). SOAR is a local agency that provides support to individuals and families who are impacted by the challenges of autism spectrum disorders. During the week, over 375 autism awareness ribbons displaying puzzle pieces were distributed and worn by the students and faculty. In addition, each day during the week, Salmen High School’s Broadcasting Team publicized a fact about autism in America.
Stevenson said, “It was an extraordinary experience to have classmates share with me their stories about how their siblings, cousins, and friends battle autism each day. April may be over, but Autism Awareness is necessary all year long.”
Every twenty minutes, one child is diagnosed with autism in the United States. The focus of autism awareness activities has been to educate others about the nature of autism spectrum disorders and the lack of funding for effective therapies.
In December 2013, Miss Stevenson was crowned Miss St. Tammany Heritage’s Outstanding Teen 2014 and adopted the platform of “Shine a Light on Autism.”
Representing St. Tammany Parish, Stevenson will compete for Miss Louisiana’s Outstanding Teen 2014 in Monroe, Louisiana on May 30-31, 2014.
A number of students helped during the Autism Awareness Week activities.
Evening With the Arts
Salmen High School held its annual Evening With the Arts on April 10th in the outdoor classroom. The program included performances by Salmen’s Orchestra, Chorus, Talented Music and Theatre groups, as well as the Salmen High Band. There were also art displays featured that were created by Salmen’s Visual art classes as well as its talented art students.
Collecting donations at Arts Evening
Chorus: On the front row are Brittni Davis, Jade Ordogne, Monique Young, DeJaNell White, and Troy Crawford.
On the keyboard are Victoria Tran, playing and Brandon Barr turning pages. Both are seniors.
Playing Hey Jude on guitar are William Allen, sophomore, and violinist Rachel Stevenson, sophomore.
One of the singers, Angel Stewart, sophomore.
Saxophone player Adam Harris, also a senior
It was a great night, said Christy West, Talented Art
Chorus, Orchestra, and Piano instructor at
Salmen High School.
Eighty eight Salmen High Students qualified for the Mathletes reward trip sponsored by Chevron. The students received a ticket to the Pelicans game on Monday night along with a meal voucher, t-shirt, and bag. These are students who have maintained an A average in math or increased their grades in math each quarter this school year.
Writing Scholarship Winner
Jacob C. McClue, an 11th grader at Salmen High School is a recipient of Mercer University's Sidney Lanier Creative Writing Scholarship. The award is for $20,000 ($5,000 per year for 4 years).
Leaders Against Litter
Salmen JAG Career Association participates in “Leaders Against Litter”
Members of the Salmen JAG Career Association were invited by the City of Slidell’s “Keep Slidell Beautiful Committee,” to participate in a special state-wide event to promote the “Leaders Against Litter” public awareness on Friday, April 11, 2014. The event included many city and business leaders who met at the corner of Front Street and East Hall to pick-up litter. The statewide event started in local communities who then “handed off” the event to other communities, weaving its way through the entire state, ending on the steps of the State Capitol at 2:00 p.m., where a press conference was held to announce the communities involved and the amount of litter collected.
Students participating where Whitney Bender, Brionne Cambridge, James Clark, Adrianna Copeland, Marcia Crawford, Colby Cure, Cameron Dunaway, Tariona Gabriel, Edward Johnson, Lidia Maldonado, Jonathan Mealer, Branson Nicaud, and Damien Williams. Chaperones included Raymond Morris, Assistant Principal and JAG Specialist, Eric DuBuisson.
Basketball Team Honored
The Salmen High Girls Basketball Team was commended by the St. Tammany Parish School Board at its April 10 meeting in Slidell for winning the state championship for two years in a row. Coach Kevin Anderson and his Lady Spartans team were congratulated for taking the Class 4A state championship title in a game held in Lake Charles. On the back row, from left to right are Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, Coach Dee Brown, Megan Brown, Kayla Sibley, Kalani Brown, Hayley Pichon, Coach Wendy Stampley and Coach Kevin Anderson. On the front row, from left to right, are Diamond Bell, Darnelle Webb, Amira Bickham, Tiarra Warren, Deja Starks and Taylor Alonzo. A Channel 13 video shown at the School Board meeting showcased highlights from the final game.
Jazz Festival Participants
Troy Crawford and Kaitlyn Lykes (pictured above) are Salmen High School students who participate in the Don Jamison School of Music sponsored by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Last week Troy and Kaitlyn performed with the group at the Jazz Club Snug Harbor and they have upcoming events at the French Quarter Festival and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Troy and Kaitlyn participate in weekly classes held at Dillard University every Saturday.Troy studies voice and Kaitlyn studies saxophone and are both students in the Talented Music program. They are both in their second year of classes with the program.
Student Attends CBVE Luncheon
On Friday, March 14th, a CBVE (Community Based Vocational Education) appreciation luncheon was held at the Treen Technology Center in Mandeville, LA. All CBVE businesses, who participate by providing learning opportunities through direct experiences for our students, were invited to attend. We have 49 business partners in St. Tammany Parish and 24 were in attendance on Friday.
Seniors in Special Education, who participate in the CBVE program, were also asked to do their senior projects. The senior projects included completing their portfolios and participating in actual interviews with some of the businesses. Each student completed two interviews in which they were able to discuss their skill sets and strengths.
Rachel Kaufmann from Salmen, interviewed with LRS and Culinary Kids. After the interviews, all students and their parents were invited to the luncheon. Guest speaker, Assistant Superintendent Cheryl Arabie thanked all of the businesses for the outstanding opportunities that they provide for our students. Students were also recognized for their outstanding accomplishments and given a promotional certificate.
Rachel Kaufmann with her parents
Rachel with Special Education Teacher Patricia Hailwood
VFW National Citizenship
Teacher of the Year Award
Sylvia Brown, special education teacher at Salmen High School, is the first place winner of the VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher of the Year Award. She was nominated by Ted Rondeau who also works at Salmen as a special education aide. Ms. Brown will be recognized at an awards dinner on March 22nd at VFW Post 5735 in Slidell.
Essay Contest Winners
Ryan Ritterbush, Mandaichelle Casby, and Kenneth Darner are the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Essay contest winners sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance of Greater St. Tammany. The final readings took place recently at the Pentecost Missionary Baptist Church. Salmen High School students placed as follows: Kenneth Darner-1st place, Ryan Ritterbush-2nd place, and Mandaichelle Casby-3rd place. Congratulations to all of the students that entered the essay contest!
Students Receive Mathletes Rewards
Salmen High School students received prizes recently from the Mathletes program, a special recognition from Chevron and the New Orleans Pelicans. Hats with logos were distributed to students who had qualified for the program.
The Mathletes event was a result of the Chevron/Pelicans partnership which endorses STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education in the St. Tammany Parish Public Schools. Ninth through 12th grade students in St. Tammany Parish participated in the program. In order to qualify, students have to increase their average GPA one letter grade or more or have an A average in math.
Cheerleaders Compete at Nationals
The Salmen High School Cheerleaders competed at the National High School Cheerleading Competition in Orlando, Fl at Walt Disneyworld February 8th and 9th in the small non-tumbling division. The cheerleaders advanced to finals and placed 7th in the nation.
Front row-Melonie Lymuel-Hartley, Mariah Bagneris, Krysta Underwood, Alyesha Stewart, Deja Brooks, Jaden Jacobs, Dominique Williams, Kierra Otis, and Erin McQueen.
Back row-Jazlynn Taylor, Monique Young, Denise Troullier, Charles Williamson, Shelby Lipham, Emily Bruskoteer, Sierra Scott, and Angelle Thomas.
Ta' Ron Rayford, a Prostart student at Salmen High School, is part of a pilot program in which he works part of the school day in the school cafeteria. ProStart® students spend two years in the classroom mastering the fundamental management and culinary skills needed for success. ProStart trains students on industry-specific skills that can be used in all aspects of the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Ta'Ron Rayford pinching rolls during his internship at Salmen High.
Students March in Mardi Gras Parade
Salmen High School's students marched and danced in the Slidellian parade, the first parade for the Mardi Gras season. Marching groups included the Spartan Band, Spartanettes Dance Team, The Silk Spinners Flag Team, and the JROTC Color Guard and Drill Team.
JROTC Drill Trophies
JROTC competed in the ST. Tammany Parish All Army drill meet hosted by Fontainebleau high school on Feburary 8, 2014. Salmen High JROTC won eight trophies, 4 first place, 2 second place, and 2 third place trophies.
Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
The annual Slidell Mayors’ Prayer breakfast gave JROTC students an opportunity to display their patriotism and citizenship skills. They are shown with Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III, sixth from left.
Meeting with Mayor Drennan
National Signing Day
Salmen High School was proud to celebrate the signing of five student athletes on National Signing Day. These young men signed scholarships in the library with family, friends, coaches, teachers, and school administrators on hand to congratulate them on their tremendous accomplishment. Joey McLeod (outside linebacker), Chris Thomas (running back), and Corbyn Johnson (defensive end) signed with Bethel College in Kansas. Joe Pack (wide receiver) and Aaron Craig (defensive back) signed with Southeastern Louisiana University.
From left, Joey McLeod, Joseph Pack, Chris Thomas, Corbyn Johnson, and Aaron Craig.
Dan Ferrari President of the Slidell Noon Lions Club donated $150 to the Salmen Robotics Team. Pictured her are Mr. Ferrari and Ed Galiano, faculty sponsor of the Salmen Robotics team.
Dance Reflections Winner
Pictured is Cornell Hood, a Salmen High School junior, who has won an award of excellence in the PTA Reflections contest in the area of Dance. He created an original choreography for a song and his dance "routine" will go on to the state level for judging. Congratulation, Cornell!
French Club Cake
French Club president, Sarah Keenan cuts a galette des rois, a French king cake, at a recent French Club meeting. Other members in attendance are Brianna Navarre, Mason McClaney, Joshua Miller, Dylan Tran, Tyler Hallford, Ciera Hugle, Grant Jones, Amoi Lyons, Yodi Martinez, Peter Nguyen, Samone Miller, and Kelly Hoang.
Girls Capture Championship
The Salmen Spartans avenged their only loss of the season, handling the John Curtis Patriots 49-32 to capture the girls championship of the 4th annual Allstate Sugar Bowl National Prep Classic in Westwego's Alario Center on Saturday night, January 4, 2014.
Student Council President Takes Part
Salmen High School’s Student Council President Victoria Tran (pictured bottom left) attended the Ceremonial Investiture for the Honorable Kenneth Polite Jr. on December 5, 2013 in New Orleans. Mr. Polite was appointed as the Attorney General for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Also in attendance at the ceremony was the Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder as well as Senator Mary Landrieu and Representative Steve Scalise.
Chorus Performs with Orchestra
The students of the Salmen High Chorus performed Sunday, December 8th with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra at the Municipal Auditorium in Slidell.
The students pictured are Katrina Vowell, Cornell Hood, Monique Young, Angel Stewart, and Shaybreantay Lewis.
Students performed a Medley of Christmas Songs with the LPO, then performed at intermission solo and group selections. It was a great day of learning and beautiful music!
Salmen Students Perform
Members of the Salmen Symphony performed at Azalea Estates on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 with string students from Slidell High School and Pearl River High School.
The Salmen students (Adrianna Bonne, Jennifer Dickerson, Kaitlyn Lykes, Romalis Mason, and Martina Faciane) performed ten holiday selections including Channukah and Deck the Halls.
The group presentation included violins, violas, cellos, and bass. It was a collaborative effort of String Teacher Mr. Jeb Stuart, and Salmen Music teacher, Ms. Christy West. The residents loved the performance!!!
Students from Salmen High School also performed at Heritage Manor, an assisted living home, on Tuesday, December 10, 2013. Students LIndsey Nguyen and Katrina Vowell sang and played piano for residents and also participated in a sing-a-long. Students were invited by Ceclia Anderson, Salmen counselor who shares music with the residents every Tuesday night. It was a great night of songs and cookies!! Pictured are Christy West, Cecelia Anderson, Lindsey Nguyen, Katrina Vowel and a resident of Heritage Manor.
Cheerleading Competition, Part II
The Salmen High School Cheerleaders competed at the LHSAA State Cheerleading Competition at the Lake Charles Convention Center December 7th in Lake Charles, La. The cheerleaders placed 2nd in the small non-tumbling division and were awarded bids to compete at the UCA and NCA nationals. As state runner-up, the Salmen Cheerleaders will travel to Orlando, Fl in February to compete in the NHSCC National Cheerleading Competition. On the front row kneeling are Kierra Otis, Krysta Underwood, Mariah Bagneris, Deja Brooks, Jaden Jacobs, and Shelby Lipham. On the back row are Faith Smothers, Jazlyn Tayler, Angelle Thomas, Alyesha Stewart, Dominique Williams, Charles Williamson, Emily Bruskoteer, Sierra Scott, and Erin McQueen.
Christmas Cookie Ornaments
Students in Ms. Hailwood's class decorate Christmas cookie ornaments as part of the Unique holiday program for December. Pictured are Kenneth Wortmann, Christopher Martin, Amanda Barakat, Brandon Pichon, Paris Fletcher, and Rachel Kaufmann.
Salmen High School Cheerleaders participated in the UCA Regional Cheer Competition in Denham Springs, La. November 17th. The competition was held at Live Oak High School. The SHS cheerleaders placed 2nd in the small non-tumbling division and was awarded a bid to the National High School Convention in Orlando, Fl, February 8th and 9th. The cheerleaders will be competing at the LHSAA State Cheer Competition in Lake, Charles La December 7th. On the front row kneeling are Deja Brooks, Emily Bruskoteer, Faith Smothers, and Angelle Thomas. On the second row are Jazlyn Taylor, Jaden Jacobs, Charles Williamson, Mariah Bagneris, Dominique Williamson, Monique Young, Kierra Otis, Alyesha Stewart, Sierra Scott, Erin McQueen, Shelby Lipham, and Krysta Underwood.
The Salmen High Homecoming Dance was held November 2nd in the Salmen Gym. The theme was Spartan Masquerade.
Black and Gold Day
Salmen High office staff participates in spirit week twin day by wearing plaid shirts and pig tails.
Women In Black
The Salmen Administrators (Terri Wortmann, Saudah Blackman-Stokes and Toni Rich) pose as the “Women” in Black during Homecoming Week festivities.
Senior Night Honors
Thursday, the Lady Spartans hosted their senior night against Riverdale High School. Megan Brown and Cache’ Shelton were honored that night by their teammates. The two seniors were both given a ball signed by the volleyball team, and then asked to leave behind a ball with their signatures and quotes. The first game began with a cheer for the seniors and huge confidence from the Lady Spartans.
As the first game continued on with amazing serves, the Lady Spartans worked their way up to a 1-0 lead over Riverdale. The second game, the Lady Spartans came out on top again, playing very well together. Their hustle continued, and not once did they get down on themselves due to an error. Once the third game of the match started, the Lady Spartans’ light brightened even more. Their attacks from both back row and front row were key in the final win against Riverdale. As the night came to an end, there were bright smiles coming from the players and coaching staff as they recognized that the Lady Spartans just proved that they know how to win. For weeks, Coach Julianne King explained that they know how to play, but they need to learn how to win.
Winning takes confidence and teamwork…it means making an error and growing from it, not falling down. And they certainly knew what it took to win Thursday night. Not only did this win push the Lady Spartans an inch closer to hosting a play-off game, but it gave them the confidence for this week’s final game of the Lady Spartan volleyball season. Thursday’s game is in the past, and they know that they need to play not like they did Thursday night, but better. With teamwork, confidence, and belief, they will be able to remain as competition for the teams in the state.
Cache Shelton and Parents.
Cache Shelton and first year coach Julianne King
Megan Brown and parents
Megan Brown an Coach King
Megan and Cache with Asst. Coach King
Megan and Cache and Coach king
Salmen teachers and former coach Kellum come out to support Lady Spartans
First Place at Sundae Cooking Challenge
Prostart students from both sides of the parish competed head to head at the first annual Men Who Cook quickfire challenge to raise money for Hope House. Teams competed in an ice sundae cooking challenge. Students were asked to prepare a crunchy topping, a sauce and a whipped topping. Salmen High School took home first prize with their Pumpkin Supreme Ice Cream Sundae.
Ms. Lonardo’s check-in/check-out class were demonstrating teambuilding skills. Students learned what it means to be on a team, leadership, team decision-making, etc. JAG (Jobs for Americas Grads) Mr. DuBuisson presented the lesson.
Salmen’s Got Talent
The most recent pep rally, Salmen’s Got Talent, brought lots of entertainment to school. Each grade was represented by a special “act” and the students cheered for their most favorite. The celebrity judges were on hand to judge the very close race. While scores were tallied, students were captivated by the Salmen band, the Silk Spinners, the Spartanettes, the majorettes and the Salmen High School Cheerleaders who all gave stellar performances. Final awards were 1st place-Valerie Johnson, 2nd place-Cornell Hood and 3rd place-Tristan Barco.
Honor Roll Breakfast
On Friday, October 18, Salmen High School recognized the hard work and achievements of its top students. Students on the A and B honor roll for the first quarter enjoyed a break from class while the Salmen High PTSA served doughnuts and juice in the cafeteria. We applaud these students for their outstanding academic performance, and thank the PTSA for continuing to sponsor this great event.
Salmen High students from Mrs. Hernandez and Mrs. Larrea’s Spanish 1 and 2 classes get a taste of salsa dancing with Slidell’s renowned Latin dance professional, Javier Juarez. He and his dance partner brought Spanish culture to life as the students not only learned the basic salsa steps, but also how to whirl, twirl, and dip their partners around the dance floor!
Talented Music Students Perform At Event
Two students in the Salmen High Talented Music Program entertained the audience at the 2013 Reception for Teachers of the Year and Principals of the Year held at the C. J. Schoen Administrative Complex in Covington October 10, 2013. On stage is Rachel Stevenson, a sophomore, playing her violin.
Also performing that night was Brandon Barr, a senior, playing the piano.
Breast Cancer Pink Shirts
Salmen High School Cheerleaders sold t-shirts during breast Cancer awareness week with funds donated to Mary Bird Perkins.
Salmen High Administrative team show off their "Super" Spartan Pride.
Spartanettes Dance Clinic
During the week on September 18 the Salmen High Spartanettes held a dance clinic to raise funds to attend the national competition for American All-Star Dance company. This past summer to girls qualified for the competition which will be in March of 2014. While this was a successful fundraiser the girls are still striving to collect enough money to get them to Orlando next Spring.
Salmen High Spartanettes win first place at dance competition held at
parish fair on Oct. 4, 2013.
Salmen High School Spartanettes excited about their first place win at the Parish Fair Dance Team competition on Oct. 4, 2013.
Cheerleaders Go Pink
Salmen High Cheerleaders "Go Pink" for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Fall Cheer Clinic
The Salmen High School Cheerleaders held their annual fall cheer clinic October 9-11th. The campers learned cheers, chants, jumps and band dances and performed at the Friday night football game with the SHS Cheerleaders. The annual cheer clinic is a great opportunity for campers to experience cheering at a football game. This fall fundraiser will help the cheerleaders reach their goal of attending the National High School Cheer Competition in Orlando, Fl February 8th and 9th.
Kiddie Cheerleading Camp
Salmen Cheerleader Shelby Lipham with two participants of the Salmen High Kiddie Cheerleading Camp that took place Friday Oct. 11, 2013, as Salmen Spartan Football team competed against Lakeshore High.
Salmen Cheerleader Faith Smothers poses with two participants of Salmen High Kiddie Cheerleading Camp that took place Friday Oct. 11, 2013 as Salmen Spartan Football team competed against Lakeshore High.
Little Spartanetts Camp
Spartanettes Shantrell Hunter, Payge Pagart, Alexis Hellmers, and Rachel Stevenson pose with participants of the Little Spartanettes camp on September 20. The participants got the opportunity to perform with the Spartanettes in the stands and on the field at halftime as the Spartan Football team competed against Northshore High.
Salmen High school booth takes 2nd place in high school division. Booth created using original art from students in Mr. Taylor Krulisky’s art classes.
Camp Salmen Benefit 5K Trail Run
The three seniors pictured, James Bennett, Brandon Barr, and Lindsey Nguyen, participated in the Camp Salmen Benefit 5K Trail Run on Saturday, September 28. James Bennett came in second overall and Brandon came in eighth. The entire Salmen Cross Country Team participated and gave their support to the Louisiana Lions Camp for Handicapped Children.
Auditions for Internship Program
Pictured are senior Eryn Kelly (singer, pianist, and guitarist) and freshman Ian Kelly (guitar, piano, and saxophone) who successfully auditioned for the Tipitina's Internship Program. The music program is directed by New Orleans musician Donald Harrison, Jr. and is an after-school Jazz program for high school students. The program focuses on instrumental performance, recording, music theory, and career professionalism. Students meet every Monday after school throughout the year and perform at events around New Orleans. Congratulations to Super Salmen students!
Eryn Kelly and Ian Kelly
Assistant Principal Appointed
Raymond Morris was announced as an Parishwide Assistant Principal assigned to Salmen High School by Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III at the September 12 School Board meeting.
Teachers Attend Workshop
A team of Salmen High School teachers recently attended the Professional Learning Communities at Work (PLC) Institute in New Orleans. The training is partially funded by the Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant and is designed to help school leaders and teachers create an environment which focuses on collaboration as a means for improving student learning. Left to right: Linda Skinner, Marty Mangus, Cindy Kemp, Casey Calderone, Regina Marshall, Tanya Canty, and Chanel Hawkins.
Honor Choir workshop
Eight Salmen girls attended the Honor Choir workshop at SLU this past Saturday, August 24. They started at 9 am and finished the day (exhausted) at 5 pm. So much singing! Many of those same girls will audition for Honor Choir in September. On the back row are Cassidy DuFrene, Selene Lemos, Jade Ordonge, Monique Young, Marcia Crawford, and Katrina Vowell. On the front row are Kaitlin Glapion, and Shaybreantay Lewis.
All Star Dance Camp Invitation
This summer at the American All-Star Dance Camp the Salmen High Spartanettes were invited to attend Nationals in February 2014 based on their award winning performance. The Spartanettes were ranked as "Outstanding" and also received the coveted "Spirit Award" for the team's infectious spirit throughout the demanding and exhausting week of camp. Rachel Segreti, Megan Elam, Tiffany Barr, and Taylor Galloway were honored with the "All American Dancer" award. In attendance at this years camp was Skyler Stevenson, Tiffany Barr, Megan Elam, Payton Ellis,Rachel Stevenson, Taylor Galloway, Rachel Segreti (Team Captain), and Harley Himber. Congratulations Salmen High Spartanettes!
Salmen High School now has an Orchestra class meeting daily. Students enrolled in the class play the violin, viola, cello, guitar, and piano. An exciting repertoire is planned for the group as well as fun performing opportunities throughout the year. Students are under the direction of Christy West. Students pictured: Ryan Ritterbush, Adrianna Bonnee, Jacob Fricke, Autumn Allen, Daionete' Isidore, Victoria La, Dylan Tran, Jennifer Dickerson, Autumn Allen & Brandon Barr. Students not pictured include Victoria Tran, Chris Callan, and Rachel Stevenson.
Cheerleaders Attend Camp
This summer the Salmen High School Varsity Cheerleaders attended the Universal Cheerleading Association cheer camp June 3rd -6th at Southeastern University. The cheerleaders were awarded the leadership award for the 3rd year in a row. The leadership award is the most coveted camp award as it is voted on by all the participating teams at camp. The squad also placed second in the large varsity division for cheer and 3rd in the large varsity division for game time performance. The team will next be competing at the UCA Regional November 7th in Denham Springs, La. The 2013-2014 Varsity cheerleaders are
Seniors-Mariah Bagneris and Charles Williamson. Juniors-Emily Bruskoteer, Alyesha Stewart, Kierra Otis, Dominique Williamson, Krysta Underwood, Monique Young, Halie McKinnion.
Sophomores- Deja Brooks-captain, Angelle Thomas-co-captain, Sierra Scott, Jazlynn Tayler, Erin McQueen, Faith Smothers. Freshmen-Shelby Lipham, Jaden Jacobs. Head Coach/Sponsor-Denise Troullier, Assistant Coach-Melonie Lymuel-Hartley.