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Milton's Monday Memo
Hollis Milton
Monday, April 02, 2018


Milton's Monday Message 


 Champions in Education   April 9 2018  

When we show love and compassion, in simple , practical ways, we are part of God's ministry to His People.

~ Cindy Hess Kasper 






School Board Meeting ~ 

April  17



Reflecting on Last Week 

  • Congratulations to Ms. Amy Dreher, WFHS ProStart Teacher, for being named a ProStart National Educator of Excellence by The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF)! Ms. Dreher will be honored at the Education Excellence Awards (EEA) in Chicago on Thursday, May 17, 2018.  

  • Mrs. Jean Woodside and Ms. JoLena Downing took our 4th and 5th graders to the WFHS to work with Ms. Amy Dreher and her students. The high school students did an amazing job in helping the younger students get a 'taste' for the culinary field. They taught food and kitchen safety and showed the kids how to make cookies, frosting, and homemade pizza! Ms. Dreher even included some science behind the fun. Ms. Downing and Ms. Woodside left with most of the kids saying they would definitely want to take her class when they get to high school. 

  • The WFMS GRAND Showcase on Tuesday night was a GRAND EXPERIENCE!

Hannah Johnson

Super Hero Librarian Helpers

Kamarah Jackson and Cardell Smith

STEM Robotics

Speech and Drama Inventions

Mikayla Stewart

Mr. Kenneth Annio, Broderick Carmenia, and Ms. Lashonda Franklin

Andrew Johnston

WFMS Choir


  • In Ms. Natasha Hayes's STEM Class, Bains Lower Students are learning some of the most amazing things.  I was blown away at how fun it was to create images using Osmo.  The students were so engaged and self motivated.

  • Transportation Day at Bains Lower was a huge success!  A special thanks goes to all of the volunteers.

  • Over 370 students, or 60%, at WFHS have a GPA of 3.0 or better!  Shyann Miller celebrates her achievement at the WFHS Honors Program.

Daelyn Weaver and Jaci Holiday celebrate their achievement!

  • Jada White, a 2013 WFHS Graduate, spoke at Rotary about her amazing journey as a college student. Jada received a scholarship from the St. Francisville Rotary Club.  Jada will graduate from Southern University in May with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.  She has received dozens of awards and accolades and is heading to LSU after graduation to pursue a PhD.  Jada had some amazing things to say about our school system and how it has prepared her for college and life.

Jada White and Rotary President, Jim Ferguson

  • Bains teachers collaborated on projects to take into the classroom at a  National Geographic workshop last Saturday.

  • 3rd graders in Ms. LeAnne Branton's art class learned Pop Art!

  • 5th graders celebrated DARE Graduation with a guest speaker.  A special thanks goes to School Resource Officers Scott Lathrop and Kelly O'Brien for organizing the program and to Sheriff Austin Daniel who attended despite having just recovered from surgery.

Michael Hoover, Director of Safety, Security, and Maintenance of Hotard Coaches and a 25-year veteran of the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office, was our guest speaker.


Coy D. McCray-Newton proudly displays his DARE graduation certificate.


  • Congratulations goes to Elise Meche, Addy Landry, Lane Wilson, Shayna Worsham, Bailey Hanks, Alysse Davis, and Jimmik Givens for placing 1st place in their class.  The overall winner was Lane Wilson.

Shayna Worsham, Alysse Davis, Elise Meche, Jimmik Givens, and Lane Wilson

  • Bains Lower students work very hard at reading.  It is serious fun!  Nevaeh Tolliver and Peyton Kimball show off their amazing results in Accelerated Reader.

Nevaeh Tolliver

Peyton Kimball

  • Bains second graders created a Shoebox Habitat Diorama to demonstrate their knowledge of habitats.

Zachary Mcclure

Gage Gunnels

Noah Johnson

  • Collin D'Aquilla and Elijah Sullivan were actively reading books on football and basketball before school on Monday.  Reading is fun!

Looking Ahead

  • "Eggstravaganza" sponsored by the St. Francisville Rotary and our WFHS Interact Club ~ Saturday, March 31st from 9:00-12:00 at Parker Park
  • Easter Break ~ March 30 - April 6
  • Royal Blue Club Spring Swing Golf Scramble ~ Sunday, April 29th
  • Class of 2018 Graduation ~ May 11th
  • Last Day of School for Students ~ May 18
  • The 2018 West Feliciana Education Foundation Dodgeball Challenge will be Saturday, October 6th at the West Feliciana Sports Park.  For more information on the foundation or the challenge, please click here.

Food for Thought



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