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Seventh Ward Elementary second grade students learned about the three branches of government. During this unit, students participated in an election for class president. Pictured is Ciji’s Class with President Journey Lopez.

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Students were nominated to campaign during school with speeches and posters until Election Day. Ciji Romero’s class elected President Journey Lopez and Mrs. Blair Greene’s class elected President Hayes Primeaux. Pictured is Blair Greene’s Class with President Primeaux.

Seventh Ward students learn about government

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Seventh Ward students read and earn

Several students at Seventh Ward Elementary have earned 100 plus A.R. points for the 2019-2020 school year. For their hard work, dedication to reading, and determination at reaching this challenging school goal each student received a “100 A.R. Point Club” shirt that can be worn on Wednesdays. Congratulations to these fifth graders from left to right: Jamison Mouton (119 points), Isabel Mendez (333.6 points), Kilah Ferguson (119.4 points), Caleb Folly (135.8 points) and not pictured third grader, Anthony Summers (149 points).

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STAR Students of the Month at Cecil Picard Elementary

The following students were selected as the STAR Students of the Month for December. Students selected demonstrate positive behavior by being ready to learn, responsible, respectful, and safe. They received a T-shirt, goodies, and school recognition. They are Brynn Harrington, Lillie Clark, Collin Trahan, John-Kale Chauvin, Camille Holmes, Luke LeBlanc, Bryson Steven, Madisyn Willis, Vaden Cooper, Keely Trahan, Aubrey Monteaux, Griffen Trahan, Jovi Racca, Eli Gerard, and Maxon Stanely.

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Seventh Ward Elementary bowling trip

Students at Seventh Ward Elementary that met their Accelerated Reader goal for the second nine weeks of school were treated to a bowling trip on Friday. They bowled at Acadiana Lanes, played arcade games, and ate pizza during a visit to the park. These students read books on their individual instructional level and take comprehension tests on the computer to earn a certain amount of points for their grade level. This motivational program is in an effort to improve student reading skills. Pictured are second through fifth graders that attended the bowling trip.



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