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619 Sixth Street/P.O. Box 1230   |   Alexandria, La 71309   |   Phone: 318-487-0888   |  Fax: 318 449-3167
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Events

Feb 27 2017
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Mardi Gras Holiday

Feb 28 2017
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Mardi Gras Holiday

Mar 07 2017
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Message from our Superintendent

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As superintendent of schools, I’d like to welcome you to the start of the 2016-2017 school year. As we continue to meet the challenge of improving the quality of our school system, creating school and classroom environments that are conducive to learning is critical to our success. This can only be accomplished through an unwavering commitment to high expectations and standards for every child.

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Rapides schools celebrate black history

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Students of different grades and schools are coming together to share with each other lessons learned during Black History Month.
Acadian Elementary students dressed up as prominent black figures for a program Friday led by the school's choir. They have spent the last several weeks researching a black American of their choice and finding out how he or she contributed to history.
Fourth-grader Ja'Laya James succinctly summed up how her class has been learning about black history.

Fourth-grader Ja'Laya James succinctly summed up how her class has been learning about black history.
"We studied a lot," she said.
James researched and wrote a short biography about Marie Daly earlier in the month and wore a lab coat emulating her Friday as she sang with classmates under an "I Have a Dream" banner. - Read entire article @ TheTownTalk

Spelling bee encourages kids to D.R.E.A.M

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"Impossible" was the championship word, but participants in the D.R.E.A.M spelling bee proved determination and confidence — along with some support from family and friends — makes anything possible.

Dozens of kids from W. O. Hall, Alma Redwine and Julius Patrick elementary schools were "fired up and ready to go" on Saturday as they watched the fourth- and fifth-grade finalists from their schools compete to win the championship title. There were six finalists, three fourth-graders and three fifth-graders.  Read entire article @TheTownTalk


 

 

 


      
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