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Milton's Monday Memo
Hollis Milton
Sunday, November 12, 2017



Milton's Monday Message 


November 13, 2017  

Every time you smile at someone it's a gift to that person.


~ Mother Theresa









Thanksgiving Break ~ November 20-24



School Board Meeting ~ November 28







Reflecting on Last Week 

  • Our WFMS robotics team placed first at the Catholic High School Baton Rouge competition!


Ella Corrine Howle, Thy Hong, Bryce Jarrell, Charles Fox-Smith, Blaine Hord, and Ms. Heather Howle (STEM Teacher)

  • I was very excited to hand off a Doug Williams autographed football to Chad Tillery.  Chad is a hard worker in the classroom and out on the field he has the heart of a lion.  Through it all, he plays with intensity and class -- we are all proud of this Saint!

  • At Bains, our STEM classes are designing a car that will be propelled by a balloon. 

Jacob Jewell, Nakiya Pittman, and Noah Rogers


Marlie Bedell, Libby Levesseur , Mac Hazlip, and Chip Joiner

  • St. Francisville Rotary members Sam LeBlanc and Richard Hannah encourage students to set goals through an interactive presentation as part of the Choices program.

St. Francisville Rotary Members Stephanie Ferguson and Carter Leake

  • Mrs. St. Romain's kids are engineers using a cylinder to build a sturdy structure that can hold as many books as possible.

Chloe Singleton 


Kav'ion Woodall




  • WFHS Students in Mr. Davenport's class have an adventure of a lifetime.  The students are involved in a competition to create a boat out of cardboard and tape and then to race it across the pond at the West Feliciana Park.  It's a lot of fun and there are a million lessons to learn from physics 101 to life 101.


Destinee Morris, John Gilmore, and Kirtland Young

  • Our talented arts students at WFMS are adding color to the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Students by painting the habits on the stairwell.  A special thanks goes to Mr. Kenneth Annio, Art Teacher for coordinating this effort!

Lilly Holland, Anjoli Robledo, and Dahlia Vessel

Ella Corrine Howell, Sarah Leake, and Mary Field

  • At Bains Lower, students experiment with ways to make popcorn kernels float in Ms. Natasha Haye's STEM class.

William Gremillion


Drew D'Aquilla and Eyana Singleton

  • I had a great time teaching 3rd grade students in Ms. Carla Jackson's class about how to use a reading strategy to learn about trees. Of course, the students taught me so much more than I taught them.  

Curtis Minor identifies several parts of the tree including, the crown.


Kylee Williams identifies information using a literacy skill.


Mae Hazlip answers several questions about tree rings.



  • English II Teacher, Sharon Ourso, instructs sophomores Hayden Jackson, Rebecca Metz, and Kaitlyn Oliveaux in a lesson on debate and visual analyis.


Bains Lower Leader of the Week

Peyton Kimball


Bains Lower Leader of The Week

Hannah Jones


Bains Lower Leader of The Week

Chadlyon Hardy


Bains Lower Leader of the Week

Elizabeth Heine


Bains Lower Leader of The Week

Rosie Gonzales

Looking Ahead


  • The WFHS Saints are in the playoffs after a 9-1 regular season.  We host North Webster on Friday night.  Please come out to the game but if you cannot, check the game out on LiveStream by clicking here.  A special thanks goes to the West Feliciana Parish Hospital for partnering with us to support LiveStream.
  • Thanksgiving Break! November 20-24
  • The for Life 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk is on Saturday, December 2nd.  All proceeds go to Relay for Life.  The 1 mile begins at 8:00 AM at and the 5K begins at 8:30 AM at Parker Park.  Please contact Paul Sirchia at Bains Elementary or e-mail him at for more information. 

Food for Thought


  • WFMS held the annual Veterans Day Program this Friday. A special thanks to the WFMS students, staff, and administration for creating a wonderful program to honor our Veterans.  A extra special thanks goes to Mr. Mark Lester, Assistant Principal, for leading the program this year. 
  • You can view the program on Livestream by clicking here.


Trinity Curtis provides a Certificate of Appreciation for Military Service to her grandfather, Donald Chube, Sr.