Southern University and A&M College of Baton Rouge, Louisiana will host the annual SU National Academic Signing Day on April 25 from 12 pm to 1 pm at Mount Olive Baptist Church. All students within the parish are invited to attend and get information about the schools. We will be working to address questions and concerns about enrolling at either Southern University Baton Rouge, Southern University Shreveport, and/or Southern University New Orleans. For more information, please click on Read Full Story.
Marier Piper is an eighth year secondary classroom teacher. She completed the M.A.T. program at McNeese State University and obtained her teaching certification. She has a Master's Degree in Education and Mathematical Sciences with a concentration in Computers, as well as Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. Click on Full Story to read more about Mrs. Piper. Congratulations!
Only graduating seniors will be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony. This means that the student has passed all required graduation exams as well as having met all requirements of the diploma track under which they are obligated. The student must remain in good standings both with regards to attendance and discipline. Graduation will be held Friday, May 15, 2015, at 7pm in the Civic Center Coliseum. Rehearsal for graduation will be Friday, May 15 from 8:30 am to 10:00 am. All graduating seniors are required to attend rehearsal and graduation. All senior obligations must be taken care of by the end of the school day, Tuesday, May 5th (includes all financial obligations).
The Calcasieu Workforce Center (CWC) will host its Annual Youth Summit/Job Fair, 7:45 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., Thursday, April 16, 2015, on the second and third floor of the Lake Charles Civic Center, located at 900 Lakeshore Drive, Lake Charles, LA. The purpose of the Youth Summit/Job Fair is to connect students to the necessary employers, resources, and post-secondary education/training institutions to help them prepare for and obtain gainful employment in emerging industrial occupations. For more information, please click on Read Full Story.
Non-testing students will be engaged in MANDATORY INTERDISCIPLINARY LESSONS during the ACT on Tuesday, March 17th. All 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders are involved. Each student will complete 5 lessons—1 for ELA, 1 for Math, 1 for Social Studies, 1 for Science, and 1 for an elective of the student’s choice. This is NOT a day off, but a day ON. Please click on READ FULL STORY for more details.
Scholarships are available, but you must apply and submit ACT/SAT scores and a transcript to be eligible. The sooner you start the application process the better. We invite you to our website, www.subr.edu, to explore the areas of Academics and Student Affairs. For more information, click on Read Full Story.
Orientation for Fall 2015 for McNeese State University: Beginning this year, we will combine Orientation and Advising/Registration day. Students will pick an Orientation day, meet for small-group advising, and register classes under supervision of Advisors and Orientation Peerleaders. Please click on READ FULL STORY for more information.
If you are interested in volunteering your time this summer, please check out the 2015 "AHEC of a Summer". All teachers should send the completed Teacher Recommendation forms to Georgia Broussard at Sulphur High School. Click on READ FULL STORY for more information.