Milton's Monday Message
Champions in Education May 7, 2018
A smile is the shortest distance between two people.
~ Victor Borge
School Board Meeting ~
Reflecting on Last Week
These girls were "overjoyed" as they completed this 24 piece floor puzzle! Their team work and problem solving were amazing!
L-R Makayla J., Ra'layja J., and Rhyleigh W.
Mr. Coleman and Mrs. Collier assist the Head Start children with their breakfast.
Head start students and their families transition to Pre-K classes.
Johnny B. and Scarlett T. complete art activities during the Pre-Transition.
Front Row (L to R): Jeremiah Jackson, Nevaeh Tolliver, John Barrow Klein, John Stewart Hamilton, Ja'Myria Washington, Davis Cobb, Anna Klein Grezaffi, Mya Kozan, Kaleb Sullivan;
Middle Row (Kneeling L to R): Koi Kliesch, Ella Dudley, Mary Claire Barton, Hayden Hebert, Carissa Ferguson, Peyton Kimball, Peyton Airhart, Evalee Rogers, Bryson Holmes, Michael Patrick Lindsey, and Hoyt Bradford;
Back Row (Standing L to R): Hayleigh George, Amari Hills, William Aldridge, William LeDoux, Roddy Lemoine, D'Aaron Sibley, Mary-Jane Turner, Aubrey Mitchell, Hayes Whatley, Maddison Collins, Benton Tingle, Quinn James, Kachelyn Dixon, and Carter Hanna;
Back Row (Standing L to R): Cradle to K Project Manager, Will Minton, Superintendent Hollis Milton, Bains Lower Librarian Linda Holmes, BRAC President and CEO Adam Knapp, and Bains Lower Principal Andrea Mathis
The following students also enjoyed the limo ride, food, and fun as they all achieved the 100 point club!
Back row (l to r): Hailey Washington, Kyleigh Hardy, Zion Coates, and Jackson Maxwell; Front row (l to r): Deborah Green, Karley Baggett, and Brailey Beauchamp
Oryanna Walker, Endia Carter, and Anabelle Pilcher
Malaysia McGinnis and Noah Vosburg
Mary Benton Levasseur takes an AR test before school.
Mi'lecia Stewart checks out two books before class.
Jeremiah Jackson and Aiden Martin use code to create a video game.
Nevaeh Tolliver and Mary Claire Benton use code to create a video game.
Will Minton (Project Manager for Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome) follows De'Caryous Dixon's robot demonstration.
Sara Rose Marionneaux and Chad Tillery
Shyann Miller, Katie LeBlanc (WFHS 2018 Female Athlete of the Year!), and Sierra Branstetter celebrate after the ceremony.
Davon Harris celebrates his achievement as the WFHS Male Athlete of the Year.
Gabriel Ellison received the Circle of Honor Award for achieving a cumulative GPA of 3.75!
WFMS students Neveah London and Charles Fox-Smith received the LEADership award because they exemplify what it means to be a leader by making good choices, being considerate of others, and to helping their peers.
Food for Thought
Habit # 4 ~ Think Win/Win
A special thanks goes to Bains Lower and Bains for taking our students to visit the Veterans Home in Jackson! What a Win for our students and a Win for our veterans to spend some time together and learn from each other.
Karmen Hubbard, Mr. Doug Partin, Jack Sam Leake, Cade Bush, Drew Hollins, Luke Perdue, Laurel Fiser, and Jyiaimean Brooks
r. Hubert Dixon, Trinity Bailey, and Wyatt
Carter Wesberry, TeShawn Monroe, Xavier George, Drew Hollis, and Mr. Don Meyers
Chloe Hartman and Mr. Willie Dreher
Anna Milton, Mr. Hubert Dixon, and Rylie Berry
Mr. Kirkland Crosby, Tim Lindsey, Charles Grezaffi, and Pierre Monceret