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June, 2012

Assistant Principal

Principal Patrick Mackin, left, congratulates newly-appointed Assistant
Principal Tarsha Carroll on her selection by the School Board.

 


May, 2012

 

Tiger Fest

Slidell Junior High recently held its annual Tiger Fest.  The evening was filled with student performances, showcases of student work, food, and basket raffles. A fun filled time was had by all that attended.

D’Andrea Carter, Mikia Kincey, and Brittany Watters showcase their work from their Spanish class and offer Spanish treats.

Science students studied space and rocketry.  Their work and their rockets were on display.  Later this month, the students will get to launch their rockets at Heritage Park.

Mrs. Chapman’s English students created beautiful butterflies and wrote poems about the holocaust.  Derrilyn Craft, Sarah Becker, and Sydney Becker stand by the display that will be sent to the Holocaust Museum to be on display there.

Slidell Junior High’s Tiger was on hand for hugs and high fives.

The Tiger band performed outside for parents and students to enjoy.

 


February, 2012

 

Jerseys for Jeremy

Students take part in Jerseys for Jeremy

Faculty members also join in

Students of the Month

Slidell Junior High is proud to announce the January Students of the month.

Back row: Megan Ward and Ryan Meilleur. 
Front row D’Andre Cooper and Chrislyn Sterling.

 


January, 2012

 

Girls Basketball Team

The Slidell Jr. Lady Tigers Basketball Team finished their season this year with a perfect 13-0 season.  The girls played against Boyet, Mandeville Jr., Fountainbleau, Creekside, St. Tammany Jr., and several other teams.  They were seated first in the Parish Tournament that was held at Mandeville, Jr. this year.  The Lady Tigers played Fountainbleau first and then played Mandeville for the championship. Mandeville fought hard against the Lady Tigers, but in the last two minutes of the game they went ahead to win 39-33.  Pictured are Kim White (interpreter), Madi Nichols, Chantel Short, Gabby Aguilar, Kayla Cureaux, Alexis Reviere, Brianna Vince, and Myranda Victor.  Middle row- Coach Charlette Carollo, Brianna Robertson, Armani Sanders, Shanna Sharpe, Alexis Shepard, Jaydalyn Epps, and Coach Patty Dupuy. Front row- Qimmah Burdine, Lauren West, and Angel Nikolas.

 

Beta Club Winners

Slidell Junior High attended the Beta Club district competition on Saturday, January 21 at Hammond Jr. High Magnet School.  19 schools participated in 13 different competitions. Slidell Junior High students won the following: 1st place, Math - Olivia Perry; 2nd place in ELA - Alexis Cambridge; 2nd place Poster - Haley Audibert, Kaela Powery, Morgan Authement, and Sydney Becker; 5th place in Poetry - Emily Bouchereau; and 5th place in Social Studies - Mark Porter. Slidell Junior High will go on to compete in the three categories that the students received 1st and 2nd place at the State Convention in Lafayette on May 3rd and 4th.

Pictured on the back row are Alexis Cambridge, Olivia Perry, Sydney Becker, Morgan Authement, Emily Bouchereau. On the front row are Kaela Powery, Mark Porter, and Haley Audibert.

Students of the Month

December Students of the month are 8th grade Logan Ward, 7th grade Jacob Moorman,7th grade Sarah Ford and 8th grade Madi Nicholas.

Lunch Treat

Principal Patrick Mackin treats the students of the month to Cane's for a special lunch.

 


December, 2011

Selling Tumblers

Slidell Junior High students recently held a fundraiser selling tumblers.  The PTA raised enough money through this fundraiser to present the school with a check for one thousand dollars.  The money will be used to purchase schoolwide access to BrainPop.  Brainpop is an educational website that teachers can use in their classroom to enhance instruction. Pictured are Lisa Lacour, PTA Treasurer and Norma Loredo, PTA President, as they present the check to Principal Patrick Mackin.

 


October, 2011

 

Red Ribbon Week

Slidell Junior High recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week. The theme of the week was “Smart Choices”. Each day the students showed their choice to be drug free in a variety of ways. Monday: “Use Your Head, Don’t Do Drugs” Crazy Hair day. Tuesday: “Sock it to Drugs” Crazy sock day. Wednesday: “Be a Hero, Stay Strong Against Drugs” Super Hero Day. Thursday: “Turn Your Back on Drugs” Wear uniform backwards. Friday: “RED OUT” Wear a red shirt

Mrs. Martin’s class won the door decorating contest with a super hero Tiger. Pictured are Jordan Taylor, Christine Monchecourt, Gaby Aguilar, David Canada, Tiffany Clark, and Kristen Martin.

Gaby Martin saves the day as a superhero and stays strong against drugs.

Sirdrae Abram and Principal Patrick Mackin rock the crazy hair!

Sarah Ford and Jasmine Laurent sport their silly socks to sock it to drugs!

Art contest winners: Emily Bouchereau, Caitlin Epperson, Claire Holmes, CacCac Duong, and Corey Sylvas.

Writing Contest Winners: Hope Walton, Deja McClure, Emily Bouchereau, Jordan James, Sam Laughlin, and Chrislyn Sterling.

Honor Society Visits Elementary

Recently Slidell Junior High's National Junior Honor Society students traveled to Florida Avenue Elementary to read to students and guide them in an activity.

The NJHS members: Back Row : Sponor S. Chapman, Kaela Powery, Cortney Larkins, Kacie Livingston, Miranda Calongne, Kayla Cureaux, and Kristi Lacour. Front Row: Kelsey Dauzat, Olivia Perry, Courtney Kendall, Camille Brady, and Tiffany Clark

Kacie Livingston, Shelby Chapman, and Tiffany Clark.

Aja Howard gets help from SJH student Kayla Cureaux.


The Art of Storytelling

Dr. Jayetta Slawson, a professor at Southeastern Louisiana University, recently visited Slidell Junior High to work with some 8th grade Reading students. Dr. Slawson performed a story that she had written. The students were then guided through a writing exercise in which they created a short tale based on a famous literary character.

Dr. Slawson performs her short story for some 8th grade Reading students.


Dr. Slawson and Kayla Cousins read to the audience.


Christin Howell and Chandler Acosta share their story along with Dr. Slawson.

 

Photosynthesis Live

Recently at Slidell Junior High, Mrs. Triola's students were each given the role of a carbon, hydrogen or oxygen atom.  They positioned themselves to form the reactants of the photosynthesis equation and then the by products of the photosynthesis equation.  The students did the same for respiration.  The idea is for the students to recognize that the photosynthesis equation is basically the respiration equation backwards.

Devin Pearson and Andrew Coludrovich are both oxygen atoms while Lawrence Simmons is the hydrogen atom.

Paige Schenck and Jozelyn Barnes represent the compounds.

Keyan Hughes, Krysta Bertaut, Shanna Sharpe, McKenzie Davis, and Grayson Cureau take on the role of oxygen atoms.


September, 2011

 

Most Valuable Player

Slidell Junior High recently announced its Most Valuable Players of the Month for September.  The MVP's are, from left to right, 8th grade Amanda McDaniel, 7th grade Mark Porter, 7th grade Claire Holmes, and 8th Grade John Paul Fugate.

 

PAWS Banner


Slidell Junior High students Nashon Montgomery and Sandie Claxton work on a banner for the PAWS club. PAWS stands for Peer Ambassadors Willing to Strive. This club is made up of students in both 7th and 8th grade and is designed to promote positive student leadership and behavior.


Mr. & Miss Slidell Jr High

 

Slidell Junior High held its annual Who’s Who dance. The dance was Friday February 11th in the school gym. The theme of the dance was “Be My Valentine”. Students danced to their favorite songs and socialized with each other.

 

Tlya Cobette was named Miss Slidell Junior High and Harry Fraticelli was named Mr. Slidell Junior High.

Baking Cookies & Pretzels

Students Slidell Junior High have been busy in Home Economics learning how to bake pretzels and cookies from scratch. Pictured are some students cooking and enjoying thier pretzels.

 

 

Jewel Thompson, Arrinna Ford, Rita Gregg, Mikia Trufant, and Sara Higgins rolling the dough for their pretzels.

 

 

Shelby Stevenson, Danielle Landry, and
Lacie Revis enjoying their pretzels.

 

 

Joshlynn Griffin and Jani Ducre busy in the
kitchen making pretzels.

 


 

8th Grade Winners

 


Most Athletic: Mason Cook & Jewell Thompson
Most Spirited: Calvin Orwig & Ashton Rucker
Wittiest: Johnny Farrell & Franny McAda
Most Scholarly: Harrison Folse & Gabrielle Treigle


 

Seventh Grade Winners

 



Wittiest: Jake Weaver & Sarah Oliver
Most Spirited: Troy Faciane & Taylor Hirstius
Most Athletic: Matthew LaFarrara & Lauren West
7th Grade Class Favorite: Jake Collazo & Sydney McDonough
Most Scholarly: Roman Malter & Kristi Lacour



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