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					                             Table of Contents
                                                        Page
Principal’s Message                                      3

Philosophy                                               3

Goals and Objectives                                     4

Schedule for the First Day of School                     5-6

List of Faculty & Staff                                  7-9

Office Information                                       10

School Calendar                                          11 -12

Homeroom - Duties, Responsibilities, and Instructions    13 - 17
     Student Signature Sheet for Student Handbook        14


General Policies and Personnel Responsibilities          17 - 19

Duty Guidelines                                          21
      Afternoon Bus Duty                                 22
      Dismissal Duty Schedule                            22
      Cafeteria Duty Schedule                            23
      Early Morning Duty Schedule                        24 - 25
      Schedule for Pre-K                                 26 - 27
      Schedule for K, 1, 2                               28
      Schedule for 3, 4, 5, 6                            29
      Schedule for Teacher Aides Selling Candy           29
      Duty Map                                           30

Cafeteria                                                31
       Lunch Schedule                                    32


P. E. Schedule                                           33

Library Schedule                                         34

Room and Hall Bulletin Boards                            35

Committees for 2009 - 2010                               36 - 37




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                                       Principal’s Message
As we embark upon a new school year, I would like to convey to you the importance I place upon
the job that is ahead for each and every one of us. The manner in which we approach the
beginning of each year is very important to our success. It is my hope that we can all begin with
a very positive and enthusiastic attitude. The faculty and staff of a school have a great influence
upon the success of the year. All of us working as a TEAM for a common cause and relying on
the strength and support of our team members will produce successful results. One thing we
must remember is that it takes all of us along with the students, parents, and community to
complete the school community. To maintain peace and harmony requires all of us making a
concerted effort to give our very best everyday.

I strongly feel that we have a very caring and concerned faculty who is willing to work together in
a cooperative manner to communicate positive facts relative to our school. Together, it is our
responsibility to encourage students and promote positive attitudes toward school. As much as
possible, we need to communicate to the students and community the positive events taking
place on our campus. Letting the public know about the good things our students are doing is
very important to the image we establish for our school. Remember, we all, students, faculty, and
staff, represent Marksville Elementary School. So let me ask that we all join together to help
make this a prosperous and rewarding school year for everyone.


Cathy Brouillette
Principal

                                       Mission Statement
                           Together Everyone Achieves More – T E A M


We believe that every child who comes to Marksville Elementary is worthy of respect, deep
consideration and the best professional guidance. We value and respect each child’s right to
develop his own unique self according to those values he deems important. The development of
these values is a major part of his education process.

We believe that it is our obligation to challenge each child to achieve his personal potential. It is
our responsibility to help him develop those understandings, skills, and attitudes to help him to
become an effective human being.

We believe, too, that the education of a child is not limited to what he experiences in school but
includes all of his experiences and the manner and degree to which these affect his thinking,
attitudes, and behavior. We, therefore, need to cooperate with the home, community, and social
agencies and utilize their resources for the benefit of the child.

As those who assume a major role in the child’s process of education, we believe that our most
important consideration is what happens to him/her in the teaching-learning situation at school.
Among all factors to enter into this situation, we consider the teacher to be most crucial. With
his/her own unique personality, he/she influences the dynamics of relationships and learning in
the classroom.

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                       Goals and Objectives at Marksville Elementary
Marksville Elementary faculty and staff will provide all students with educational experiences and
an environment conducive to learning based on the child’s present performance level. These
educational experiences will afford the student opportunities to succeed and excel in the various
curriculum offerings. The student’s reading, language arts, math, perceptual motor, gross motor,
and social skills will be broadened through instructional methods designed to meet every
individual’s needs.

The faculty and staff of Marksville Elementary School strive to:

 1. Provide students with knowledge, skills, and experiences that will prepare them to
    be self-reliant and productive members of society.
 2. Encourage creative and critical thinking, thereby, developing reasoning, rather
    than simply relying on guesses, desires, and emotions.
 3. Teach and reinforce listening and oral communication skills in conjunction with all
    subjects.
 4. Recognize individual differences among students and provide for these differences in
    all areas of learning.
 5. Promote the principles of American Democracy and instill in each pupil a realization of
    the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship.
 6. Develop social and occupational awareness, thereby, providing the basic foundations
    necessary for wise decision-making.
 7. Provide facilities and experiences that will improve the physical, mental, social,
    and emotional well being of each pupil.
 8. Provide needed skills and motivation to encourage pupils to explore other facets of
     learning.
 9. Provide skills needed for research and innovation as applied to the school curriculum.
10. Cultivate compassion, tolerance of others and allow for honest differences of opinion.
11. Improve Criterion and Norm Referenced Test scores.
12. Develop a positive self-image in each child through success-oriented techniques of
    instruction and evaluation.
13. Foster self-motivation, self-discipline, self-confidence, responsibilities, and strong
    moral character.

The end result of this training, instruction, and educational experience will be the student’s
demonstration of his ability to live, work, and experience success in today’s society.




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                                  School Schedule
                              First Day, August 10, 2009
7:20 Teachers -      All teachers are to have a list of their homeroom students posted outside
                     their door. Also, have your name and grade posted on your homeroom list.
                     Please stand at your classroom door at 7:20 A.M. so you may assist the
                     parents and students. All non-homeroom teachers are to report to cafeteria
                     to assist principal.

                     Once you begin class, please review the Student Handbook thoroughly.
                     Have students sign for the handbook (see page 15 for the form).

                     Post the attendance in Classroom Module. By 8:30 A.M., please turn in a list
                     of all students who are “No Shows” and at the bottom of the slip write the
                     total number you have present. Hand out all forms.

RECESS SCHEDULE
Morning:                                          Afternoon:

9:35 – 9:45          Grades 3 – 4                1:15 – 1:25     Grades 3 - 4
9:15 – 9:25          Grades 5 – 6                1:30 – 1:40     Grades 5 - 6
10:30 – 10:40        Grades 1 – 2                1:00 – 1:10     Grades 1 – 2

LUNCH SCHEDULE

10:50 -11:25         Severe & Profound – Starns, NCPK – Stacy Bordelon
11:00 – 11:30        D. Borrel, Ford, Robertson
11:10 – 11:40        Gray, Lemoine
11:15 – 11:45        Skinner, Turnage, Voinche
11:20 – 11: 50       V. Bordelon, Duncan
11:25 – 11:55        Dupont, George
11:30 – 12:00         Knop, E. Simon
11:35 – 12:05         K. Bordelon, Davis, Gagnard
11:40 – 12:10        Gauthier, Juneau
11:45 – 12:15        Broussard, Mathews, Prevost
11:50 – 12:20        J. Borrel, Johnson
11:55 – 12:25        Jouglard, Mire, Tinson

All homeroom classes resume after recess until 3:00 P.M.

2:45 - 3:00 - We will begin dismissing by grade. We will call for each grade to come up to begin
       loading students. Please wait until we have called your grade. The teachers will bring the
       students to their buses. One teacher in each grade will remain in the classroom with the
       second load students while all first load children are boarding their buses. The duty
       teachers will help patrol the buses until the drivers leave with the first load students. This
       will be completed by 3:10.
       Those students whose parents pick them up must stay in the classroom until we
       call for them. This will be as soon as the 1st load leaves. They will all come to the
       front to be picked up. At 3:20 the 2nd load bell will ring and the teachers may leave
       as soon as their students come to the front. Under no circumstances will 2nd load
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       students be allowed to roam the halls between 3:00 and 3:20. These students will be
       required to remain in their classroom until the 2nd bell.

The dismissal schedule for Monday (and until Kindergarten starts school) will be as follows.
Again, each grade level will be called when it is to time to bring students to the front to begin
loading buses.

              2:52   1st. Grade
              2:53   2nd. Grade
              2:54   3rd. Grade
              2:56   4th. Grade
              3:00   5th and 6th Grades

The dismissal schedule when Kindergarten begins:

              2:52   Kindergarten
              2:53   1st. Grade
              2:54   2nd. Grade
              2:56   3rd. Grade
              2:57   4th. Grade
              3:00   5th & 6th Grades (when 3 p.m. bell rings)

Once Pre-K begins classes, they will come to the front at 2:50 and sit in the hall to wait for their
older brother or sister to pick them up.

***There will be two kindergarten teachers and two first
grade teachers escorting all first load students daily (one
at beginning of line and one at end of line). Students
remaining behind from those classes will be sent to another
kindergarten or first grade class.

***Please do not allow a student to leave until the
appropriate time or unless called for from the Office. Car
riders are not to leave until 3:10 p.m. Everyone must follow
this school policy to avoid problems.

***Second load students will be dismissed when the 3:20 bell
rings. Prior to that time all 2nd load students are to remain
in the classroom and not be allowed to roam about the halls.
Once the 3:20 dismissal bell rings students are to exit only
through the main entrance. Sixth grade students are to be
escorted by a sixth grade teacher to the main entrance daily.




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                       Marksville Elementary School
                            Faculty and Staff
Principal                               Second Grade
Cathy Brouillette                       Valerie Bordelon
                                        Stacey Duncan
Assistant Principal                     Brandy Dupont
                                        Christine George
                                        Kellee Knop
Wendy Marchand

Pre-Kindergarten                        Third Grade
                                        Jenise Borrel
Lori Boudreaux
                                        Cicely Johnson
Eunice Mouton
                                         Robin Jouglard
Tammy Tassin
                                        Samantha Mire
Simone Voinche
                                        Tanishia Tinson
Kindergarten
                                        Fourth Grade
Jessica Renee Benoit
Brandi Lacombe                          Kristin Bordelon
Rachel Miles                            Judy Davis
Gert Milligan                           Nicole Gagnard
Sophia Piazza Wood                      Jessica Gauthier
                                        Kelley Juneau
First Grade
                                        Fifth Grade
Anna Gray
Jessica A. Lemoine                      Rachel Broussard
Janie Skinner                           Judy Mathews
Karla Turnage                           Linda Prevost
Linda Voinche
                                        Sixth Grade
                                        Dustin Borrel
                                        Wanda Ford
                                        Tori Robertson




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                          Marksville Elementary School
                              Faculty and Staff

                                           Pre-K Aides
Literacy Coach
                                           Glenda Bettevy
Francine Sons                              Faye Cottrell
                                           Andrea DeMars
Reading Interventionist                    Carol Gagnard

Michele Mayeux                             Teacher Aides
                                           Rebecca Bordelon
Media Specialist                           Gwen Franks
                                           Jessica A. Gauthier
Cora Lipana                                Sharon Marcotte

H & P.E.
                                           Special Education Aides
Quintin Demouy
Denny Spinks (1/2 day)                     Albertha Courtney
                                           Melissa Marcotte
Special Education                          Dezare Lachney
                                           Yulonda Washington
Stacy Bordelon
Lissy Dugas                                Food Service
Kate Ecarma
Sherry Hadnot                              Jane Normand, Manager
Lisa Hebert                                Jacqueline Batiste
Ella Simon                                 Melissa Bernard
Jackie Starns                              Lolita Bordelon
                                           Gail Dupuy
Adaptive P. E.                             Angie Ford
                                           Hazel Francisco
David Deshautelle                          Gayle Gaspard
                                           Mathilda Lachney
Speech Therapist                           Custodians
Jeannie Akridge                            Pete Ferguson
Gwen Descant                               Debra Lavalais
                                           Elmer Ray Simon
Secretary
Madeleine Sanders
Cheryl Pickett




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Bus Drivers
 Randy Dauzat          #199
Terri Bordelon         #169
Edward Conway          #110
Pam DeBellevue         #171
Irma Ford              #144
Bobby Morris           #128
Charlene Laborde       #141
Deidre Ponthieux       #175
Brenda St. Romain      #139
Irby Seiss             #148

Sp. Ed. Bus Drivers and Attend.
Mary Ann Bordelon      #201
Sherrie Dodge          #166
Clara Juneau           #122




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                          Office Information
Principal                       Mrs. Cathy Brouillette
                                      Cell Phone #318-305-0650

Assistant Principal             Mrs. Wendy Marchand
                                      Cell Phone #318-359-2816
Secretary                       Mrs. Madeleine Sanders
                                Mrs. Cheryl Pickett

School Address                  430 West Waddil Street
                                Marksville, LA 71351

School Telephone Number         253-7464

School FAX Number               253-9818

Office Hours                    7:00 – 4:00 P.M.

Student Hours                   7:45 - 3:20 P.M.




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                     AVOYELLES PARISH SCHOOL CALENDAR
                                  2009-2010

STAFF DEVELOPMENT                        AUGUST 5,6,7, 2009

CLASSES BEGIN                            AUGUST 10, 2009

LABOR DAY HOLIDAY                        SEPTEMBER 7, 2009

                                         End of 1st Reporting Period
                                         September 18, 2009

                                         Report Card Day
                                         September 24 - 25, 2009

                                         End of 2nd Reporting Period
                                         October 30, 2009

STAFF DEVELOPMENT                        NOVEMBER 6, 2008 (8:00 – 11:00 District Wide)
                                                      (12:30 – 3:30 School Wide)


VETERANS DAY                             NOVEMBER 11, 2009
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS                    NOVEMBER 23 - 27, 2009
                                         End of 3rd Reporting Period
                                         End of 1st Semester
                                         December 18, 2009

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS                       DECEMBER 21, 2009 through JANUARY 1, 2010

                                         Report Card Day
                                         January 7 - 8, 2009

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY           JANUARY 18, 2010

STAFF DEVELOPMENT (1/2 DAY)              FEBRUARY 12, 2010 (8:00 – 11:00 District Wide)
                                                      (12:30 – 3:30 School Wide)

MARDI GRAS HOLIDAY                       FEBRUARY 15 – 16, 2010
                                         End of 4th Reporting Period
                                         February 18, 2010

EASTER HOLIDAYS                          MARCH 29 – APRIL 5, 2010

                                         End of 5th Reporting Period
                                         April 8, 2010

LEAP/iLEAP/GEE 21 EXAMS                  APRIL 12 – 16, 2010


                                         End of 6th Reporting Period
                                         End of Second Semester
                                         End of Session
                                         May 20, 2010


RECORDS DAY/SCHOOL CLOSES                MAY 21, 2010




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AVOYELLES PARISH SCHOOL CALENDAR                                          2009-2010                 June 9, 2009




STAFF DEVELOPMENT                    AUGUST 5 (District Wide) & AUGUST 6,7 (School Based), 2009

CLASSES BEGIN                        AUGUST 10, 2009

LABOR DAY HOLIDAY                    SEPTEMBER 7, 2009

END OF 1st REPORTING PERIOD          SEPTEMBER 18, 2009

FIRST REPORT CARD DAY FOR            SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 (3:30 – 6:30) & SEPTEMBER 25, 2009 (8:00 – 11:00)
PARENTS

GLE BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT #1          OCTOBER 26 – November 5, 2009

END OF 2nd REPORTING PERIOD          OCTOBER 30, 2009 – (Report cards go home 11/5/09.)

STAFF DEVELOPMENT    (NO STUDENTS)   NOVEMBER 6, 2009 (District Wide 8:00 – 11:00) (School Based 12:30 – 3:30)

VETERAN'S DAY HOLIDAY                NOVEMBER 11, 2009

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS                NOVEMBER 23 - 27, 2009

END OF 3rd REPORTING PERIOD          DECEMBER 18, 2009


END OF THE 1st SEMESTER              DECEMBER 18, 2009


                                         High School and Middle School Test Schedule for 1st Semester (1 ½ hours each):
                                     1st and 4th period ............................................................................... December 15, 2009
                                     3rd and 6th period .............................................................................. December 16, 2009
                                     2nd and 5th period ............................................................................. December 17, 2009
                                     7th period ........................................................................................... December 18, 2009

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS                   DECEMBER 21, 2009 through JANUARY 1, 2010

SECOND REPORT CARD DAY FOR           JANUARY 7, 2010 (3:30 – 6:30) & January 8, 2010 (8:00 – 11:00)
PARENTS

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.          JANUARY 18, 2010
HOLIDAY

GLE BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT #2          FEBRUARY 1 – 11, 2010
STAFF DEVELOPMENT    (NO STUDENTS)   FEBRUARY 12, 2010 (8:00 – 11:00 District Wide)(12:30 – 3:30 School Based)

MARDI GRAS HOLIDAY                   FEBRUARY 15-16, 2010



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 END OF 4TH REPORTING PERIOD      FEBRUARY 18, 2010 -- (Report cards go home on 2/25/10.)

 EASTER HOLIDAYS                  MARCH 29 – APRIL 5, 2010

 END OF 5TH REPORTING PERIOD      APRIL 8, 2010 – (Report cards go home on 4/15/10.)

 LEAP/iLEAP/GEE21 EXAM WEEK       APRIL 12 – 16, 2010

 ALL GRADUATIONS                  May 17 – 20, 2010

 End of 6th Reporting Period
                                  MAY 22, 2009
 RECORDS DAY/ SCHOOL CLOSING      REPORT CARDS MAILED TO PARENTS. NO DISMISSAL OF PERSONNEL PRIOR TO
                                  12:00 NOON.




Duties, Responsibilities, and Instructions

1. Please ask students who have not registered to have their parents complete the emergency
   cards and registration forms and return them as soon as possible. Stress the importance of
   obtaining correct information such as address, telephone number, etc. A registration fee of
   $20.00 will be assessed each student. You will be given a current list of fees paid. We will
   update these throughout the school year and provide you with the updated copy.

2. Issue the Avoyelles Parish Student Handbook. Remind students that they are responsible for
   following all rules and regulations in it. Please read and review with students these rules and
   have the students sign the form stating that they have received a copy of these parish
   guidelines. Please explain to the students the school’s rules and regulations (these are
   printed in the front pages of the student assignment pads AND in your Discipline Binder)
   and your classroom guidelines.
   As soon as all students have signed verifying that they have received the handbooks, please turn
   the signed form in to the office. Please go over all dress code rules and consequences
   with students.

3. Each family will complete only one lunch application. Mrs. Jane will give us the lunch
   applications for those who need them completed. Please get your students to return these as
   soon as possible.

4. Students are automatically covered by our School Insurance Plan for the time they are at school
   or on school sponsored activities. This insurance will supplement their parent’s personal
   hospitalization. If their parents wish to purchase 24-hour coverage, they may do so. Just have
   them come to the office for forms and prices. Teachers, you must notify Mrs. Vicki Michel and
   the office when a child sustains an injury so that a report can be made and a claim form can be
   completed and filed if warranted.




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I HAVE RECEIVED A COPY OF THE AVOYELLES PARISH STUDENT’S HANDBOOK FOR THE
2009 – 2010 SCHOOL YEAR. MY TEACHER HAS READ AND EXPLAINED IT TO ME.

STUDENTS’ SIGNATURE

1. ___________________________________ 21. ______________________________________

2. ___________________________________ 22. ______________________________________

3. ___________________________________ 23. ______________________________________

4. ___________________________________ 24. ______________________________________

5. ___________________________________ 25. ______________________________________

6. ___________________________________ 26. ______________________________________

7. ___________________________________ 27. ______________________________________

8. ___________________________________ 28. ______________________________________

9. ___________________________________ 29. ______________________________________

10. __________________________________ 30. ______________________________________

11. __________________________________ 31. ______________________________________

12. __________________________________ 32. ______________________________________

13. __________________________________ 33. ______________________________________

14. __________________________________ Teacher’s Signature

15. __________________________________ ________________________________________

16. __________________________________ Date ___________________________________

17. __________________________________

18. __________________________________

19. __________________________________

20. __________________________________




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5. Closed Campus Policy - Students are not to leave the campus until they have been properly
   checked out with office. If you have a student who comes in after the bell rings in the
   morning or who leaves before the end of school, the child/parent should bring you a slip from the
   office informing you the child is tardy/leaving early. This will be recorded the following morning.

6. Check Out Policy For Students - All persons checking students out MUST first report to the
    office and sign the child out. The secretary will call the child’s classroom and request that the
    child be sent to the office. In this case the secretary will complete a checkout slip and place it in
    your mailbox for your records. No one will be allowed to go directly to the classroom to get a
    child. No teacher will allow a child to leave the classroom until the office calls for the child or the
    the person checking out the child has a check out slip. DO NOT allow the student to leave the
    classroom with an adult other than the parent without first verifying he or she has permission
    to do so. Also, no parents or visitors will be allowed in the classrooms before the dismissal of
    school in the afternoon. Teaching and learning are still taking place and this interrupts the class.

 7. Visitors at School - NO ONE is to go to a classroom for any reason without first
   checking-in at the office. All visitors will be required to sign in when requesting to go
   to your classroom. We will have visitor badges that will be given to them once they
   have signed in. This will be an indication to you that they have stopped by the office
   and have permission to go to your classroom. If they are not wearing this badge,
   please do not permit them to enter your classroom. First ask them to go to the office
   and check in. This is very important for the safety of the children, faculty, and staff of this school.
   For this policy to be totally effective, you will have to be very strict about enforcing it.

   Core instruction is not to be interrupted for any reason. The following is
   a schedule of when these classes will be taught.

   Kindergarten      Core Instruction      8:00 – 10:00   Intervention 10:20 – 10:50 (Group 1)
                                                                       12:30 – 1:00 (Group 2)

   First Grade       Core Instruction      8:30 – 10:30   Intervention 7:55 – 8:25 (Group 1)
                                                                       10:55– 11:25 (Group 2)

   Second Grade      Core Instruction      8:30 – 10:30   Intervention 1:15 – 1:45 (Group 1)
                                                                       2:25 – 2:55 (Group 2)

   Third Grade       Core Instruction      9:50 – 11:50   Intervention 8:30 – 9:00 (Group 1)
                                                                       9:05 – 9:35 (Group 2)

   Fourth Grade       Core Instruction     8:00 – 9:30    Intervention 9:45 – 10:15 (Group 1)
                                                                       1:50 – 2:20 (Group 2)

   Fifth Grade       Core Instruction      7:55 – 9:15

  Sixth Grade        Core Instruction      Departmentalized

We will do our best to stop parents from interrupting Core Instruction. However, if we
happen to miss one, please do not allow the parent to interrupt. Kindly ask them to return
either at your PE time or at a time convenient to both of you.

8. Absences – Absences must be recorded in Classroom Module each morning. Please
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   complete this not later than 8:15 A.M. Please be certain all new students are listed on your
   roster. If any discrepancies exist please notify Mrs. Madeleine or me immediately. Do not
   officially drop or add a student until you are notified by the office.
  Students who are absent must present a doctor’s excuse or have extenuating circumstances to
  be excused according to Bulletin 741. (K-8 Only) Students who check in after the opening
  bell or are checked out prior to dismissal will be considered tardy. Three unexcused
  tardies will constitute one-half (½) day of unexcused absence. It is very important that you
  keep accurate records of the tardies.
  Periodically, please check your attendance book against what is recorded on the computer to
  be certain that your records match. If there is a discrepancy, please get with Mrs. Wendy. Any
  student who checks out after 11:30 but before 2:35 will be marked absent ½ day. Also, any
  student who arrives at school after 8:45 but before 11:30 will be marked absent a half day.
  Please review guidelines in the attendance book.

9. Report Cards - Report cards will be issued at the end of each six weeks period. The
   homeroom teacher will enter all of his/her grades for the subjects he/she taught. Mid six weeks
   progress reports for each six weeks period will be sent home to be signed by the child’s parent
   and returned the next day. An announcement will be made in Newsletter as to when progress
   reports should be sent home. Section leaders will be required to follow up.

   The Special Education teachers will enter their own grades each six weeks in a timely manner.

    Procedure(for report cards)
    There will be two report card days for parents scheduled as follows:
             September 24th from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and September 25th from 8 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
             January 7, 2010 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and January 8th from 8 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
    Report cards will be sent home for all remaining six weeks periods except for the 6th six weeks.
    This one will be mailed home. It is imperative all students return the report card envelope
    signed by a parent the following day. There should be a consequence if the student does not
    return the envelope in a timely manner.

10 Staff Development Meetings - The following days have been scheduled as staff
      development days: November 6, 2009 and February 12, 2010.

11. Faculty Meetings - These meetings will be held on the second Monday of each month.
      You will be given advanced notification should the meetings will have to be rescheduled. It
       is the obligation of every faculty member to attend all meetings unless excused by the
       principal or assistant principal only. Please inform one of us if you are unable to attend
       the meeting.

12.Leadership Meetings - Administrators will meet with Section Leaders on the Wednesday
      before the faculty meeting to discuss curriculum and other matters specific to your grade
      level. You will be given advanced notification should the meetings will have to be
      rescheduled. Please inform one of us if you are unable to attend the meeting.

13. Letters to Parents - Letters MUST be sent to parents regarding discipline, awards, early
     dismissal, fees, etc. Also, all letters sent home by the teacher MUST be approved by Mrs.
     Wendy or me. Please keep copies of all discipline letters sent to parents in your discipline
     binder. All letters copied and sent home must be approved by Principal. A signature line
     must be included on all letters for the Principal.
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General Policies and Personnel Responsibilities
1. Arrival - All staff members are to sign in not later than 7:20 a.m. (for those on early duty,
    report to your duty post not later than 7:00 a.m. and for those on regular duty, report to your
    duty post not later than 7:15 a.m.) Each staff member is expected to sign in on time each
    morning. The school day begins at 7:45 a.m. In the event that any employee needs to leave
    the school campus for any period of time (emergency situations only – banking, grocery store,
    and legal business do not constitute an emergency) he/she must get permission from the
    principal only and MUST sign out and in upon return to school. Time will be checked monthly to
    determine as to whether or not it will constitute a half or whole day absence.
    No one else will be authorized to permit an employee to leave the campus except the assistant
    principal who is in charge during the absence of the principal.

2. Notification of Illness or Personal Leave - When a staff member is to be absent from
    school, he/she should call the assistant principal or principal (at least the night before
    preferably) or by 6:45 a.m. that morning. This applies to all employees at Marksville
   Elementary School. Do not tell the principal or assistant principal that you are taking personal
   leave and later sign the form stating sick leave. We will not honor this and I will not sign it.
   The administration will employ certified substitute teachers when available before considering
    others. Please call the assistant principal first (876-3639). If you cannot get in touch with her,
    try my number. If you cannot get me, then call the cafeteria. Do not leave a message with Mrs.
   Jane. Please DO NOT ask a co-worker to let us know you will be absent. Talk with either the
   assistant principal or me if you need to miss school. (Home phone number for: Mrs. Cathy –
   253-7475 or 305-0650 and Cafeteria number – 253- 6805)

   Attendance to a funeral will constitute ½ either a whole or ½a half day absence
depending on time away from school.

   Teacher Absences - Teachers are to furnish detailed lesson plans as well as have
   reading materials available at the front of the classroom where they can be easily found
   by the substitute. In addition to detailed lesson plans, you should have all reading materials and
   curriculum on your desk for their use. A folder having current rosters (homeroom, etc.), seating
   charts, class schedule, daily routine, and fire drill exit routes should be on the desk for the
   substitute teacher.

   We will continue with 2:15 ‘s for all faculty and staff members every other month.
Months are September, November, January, March, and May. You will be required to
check out with Mrs. Madeleine at 2:15 that day. Please obtain approval from either Mrs.
Wendy or me prior to doing so and provided no other teacher in your section is taking
one the same day.

3. Planning Period - Teachers in K – 6 will have a 30 minute PE period. This time is to be used
      for planning lessons and meeting with parents. Also grade level meetings will be provided for
      all teachers. K-4 teachers will follow Literacy guidelines at the grade level meetings. We will
      also use this time to study data as a tool for planning instruction.

4. Use of the Telephone - Use of the telephone is restricted to your recess time as well as

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    any available time other than teaching time. Using the telephone during class time is not
    permitted. Emergency situations will be given consideration with the principal’s or assistant
    principal’s approval. You will not be called out of class for a phone call unless it is an
    emergency! Your phone messages will be posted on the bulletin board on the office door.
    Please check for these during your free time. NO CELLULAR PHONES ARE TO BE USED
    DURING CLASS TIME OR WHILE ON DUTY. Cell phones are not to be turned on during class
    time. USE OF YOUR CELL PHONE IN THE PRESENCE OF STUDENTS IS A VIOLATION
    OF BOARD POLICY. Consequences for use of the cell phone will be as follows:
               1st Offense – verbal warning
               2nd Offense – conference with Principal
               3rd Offense – conference with Principal and Supervisor
               4th Offense – conference with Superintendent

5. Smoking - Smoking is NOT allowed at any location ON THE SCHOOL CAMPUS. Smoking
     should only be done during your planning time. Please do not have another teacher
    supervise your class to take a smoke break during instruction time.

6. Food in the Classroom - The consumption of food in the classroom is prohibited.
    Exceptions to this rule apply to parties (Christmas, Halloween, Easter, etc.) Please eat your
    lunch in the Teacher’s Lounge or cafeteria.

7. Keep Classrooms Locked - It is very important that all staff members keep their
   classrooms locked in order to protect personal belongings (money, purses, as well as school
   supplies) while at lunch, during recess, or when having to leave the room. Please lock your
   room at all times when you are out.

8. Lesson Plans – Lesson plans will be checked weekly by either the principal, assistant
    principal, coach(es), and/or supervisors. Please have lessons plans
    available for observation, evaluation, and/or monitoring by any of the above named during our
    classroom visits.

9. Tests -- are required as per Board Resolution. You are to use a separate folder for each
   subject, keep on file in the classroom, one dated and keyed copy of each test. Each copy
   should have grading scale along with total number of points noted. In the folder, keep the tests
   in the order in which they were administered. These are to be kept the entire year. There should
   be at least 5 grades per subject per six weeks period.

       ***Refer to the Avoyelles Parish School Board Personnel Evaluation Plan for specific
        forms and information.

10. Other Personnel Responsibilities –
    A. Report accidents or injuries to the office immediately, fill out an accident report, and turn in to
       the office.
    B. Practice cleanliness in your classroom and other areas. Require students to pick up and
       clean up.
    C. Check your mailboxes and e-mail daily.
    D. Teach safety in and out of the classroom
    E. Monitor any child abuse. This is required by state law. Report any abuse noted to
       the school nurse. If she is unavailable, please inform the principal or assistant principal.
    F. Check student attendance closely .
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   G. Report to duty promptly.
   H. Urge students to use the restroom and get water during recess.
    I. Walk your students to the outside door when dismissing them for recess.

11. Copier Use - The copy room will remain in the front. I ask that you adhere to the following
    as closely as possible:

    Mrs. Sharon Marcotte will be the only employee allowed to make copies. When you need
    something copied, please send it in a container bearing your name and any specific
    instructions. Please, place your request in advance and it will be taken care of in ample
    time. If you plan ahead for your copying needs, Mrs. Sharon will have your work ready when
    you need it. As often as possible incorporate hands on activities into daily instruction rather
    than hand out sheets. Please keep in mind Mrs. Sharon’s first responsibility is intervention.
    This means for the majority of the day she is scheduled in intervention. Copies cannot always
    be made on a moment’s notice. Also, we will monitor material being copied. Let’s not be
    wasteful. Please make sure when copying for your section the worksheet(s) will be used by all
    teachers in the section.

            The small copier located in the office is for office use only. Please do not
            use this copier to make copies for your students.

12. Class Attendance Records – Directions are at the front of the Attendance Booklets. Please
    adhere to these directions. Please use BLACK INK only. Remember to tally at the end of
    each 6 weeks period.

13. Physical Condition of the Classroom - Teachers are to maintain their classrooms in an
     orderly manner. When classrooms are not in use, lights, air conditioners, and fans must be
     turned off and the room locked. Students are not to be left alone in the classroom. At the end
     of the day papers, etc. are to be picked up off the floor. House cleaning is part of the school
     day. Have your students assist you with clean up. Your appearance of your room is
     extremely important. This sets for the tone for the day. Please keep your rooms
     orderly.

14. Use of the Lounge - The lounge is intended to be used as a center for relaxation and
     enjoyment of refreshments. It is not a place designed for complaints, gossip, or rumors. The
     lounge is a very influential place in the school. Let’s remember to maintain a positive
     atmosphere throughout the campus. Discussion of students should also be positive. Keep in
     mind FERPA laws -- please do not discuss a student in the presence of other teachers,
     especially negative comments.

15. Announcements – A daily Newsletter will be placed in your mailboxes every morning. If you,
     your club, or group needs to place an announcement in the newsletter, please send it to me.
     A Word of the Day will be announced every morning after the Pledge. If needed, spend the
      time needed to make sure your students understand the meaning of the word(s).

16. Audio-Visual Equipment - This equipment will be housed in the individual teacher’s
     classroom. DVDs/ VCRs are not to be used for showing videos strictly for
     entertainment. They must be used for educational purposes and approved by the principal
     or assistant principal (form on p. 30). Videos are to be shown no more than once a month.
     Also, there will be no combining of classes to view videos.
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17. Collections - All monies collected from the students for supplies, school fees, school
     insurance, fund raisers, supplemental workbooks, etc., must be deposited in the
     school account. The form on page 64 is for use by all teachers for money collections.
     Teachers are not to hold money overnight. All collections are deposited daily. All monies
      turned in will go into the school’s General Fund. PLEASE MAINTAIN A RECORD OF
      ANY MONIES COLLECTED AND SENT TO THE OFFICE. KEEP ALL OF YOUR RECEIPTS
      IN THE EVENT THERE A PROBLEM ARISES. Field trip money will be collected by the
      homeroom teacher. You will be responsible to check with Mrs. Madeleine as to the
      amount of the bus driver’s fee. Bus drivers charge $8.00 per hour which includes 1 hr.
      clean up before and 1 hr. clean up after the trip along with 40 cents per mile in travel.

18. Club Meetings – The 4-H and BETA meetings will be announced at a later date. Science
     Club members must be in grades 3, 4, 5, or 6 and maintain an A average in conduct each six
     weeks. Meetings will be held every third Friday from 1:30 to 2:30. There is a $5.00 fee to join.
    A field trip is taken during the year. Computer Club members must be in grades 3, 4, 5, or 6
    and maintain a B average in conduct each six weeks. Meetings will be held every second and
    fourth Wednesday of the month from 1:30 to 2:30. There is a $5.00 fee to join. A field trip is
    taken during the year. Reading Club members will consist of two groups: one group will
    consist of students in Grades 1 – 3 and the second group will consist of students in Grades 4 –
    6. All students must maintain a B average in conduct each six weeks. Meetings will be held
    every first and third Wednesday of the month from 1:30 – 2:30. Various activities will be
    planned throughout the school year.


                                       Playground Duty
One phase of the school program that is very important to the general well being of a school is
playground duty. It is a difficult job and the responsibility is entrusted to those who are on duty in
the areas that have been delegated to them. The teacher on duty must be at his/her post on time,
for the full time, and must move about the area and supervise play. When students observe that
no one is on duty, they tend to cause problems, engage in horseplay, and violate school rules. As a
result accidents occur and the school becomes liable. Duty before school will be in the cafeteria
for everyone. In addition to the Principal and Assistant Principal being on duty in the
cafeteria each morning at 7:00 a.m., each teacher will be assigned early morning duty in the
cafeteria to assist. This means that person must be in the cafeteria at 7:00 A.M. ALL other
duty teachers are to report to the cafeteria at 7:15 (see the following pages for duty schedules and
posts).

Morning duty: One teacher will be assigned to be on duty from 7:00 to 7:45 to assist
Principal and Assistant Principal in the Cafeteria. A duty teacher will be assigned duty
outside near the cafeteria to monitor students getting off buses and proceeding to the
Cafeteria. All other duty teachers will have duty beginning at 7:15 in the Cafeteria. Duty
teachers will escort specific grade to classrooms, and continue to monitor halls until 7:45
(see Team Schedule). You are to monitor students sitting at the tables. PLEASE remember
to bring a pencil with you to the Cafeteria on your duty day. Recording sheet will be
provided for names. If you are absent on your duty day, you are to switch duty with
someone else. This includes early morning duty.

                                       Duty Guidelines
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                                     (Good Weather Days)
1. Be on TIME. If you see that you will be late because of an emergency, etc., you are
   to call another teacher to take your duty until you arrive. Please have that teacher
   notify the assistant principal or me that duty is being switched.

  PUNCTUALITY is a MUST. When one person is late, this creates a hardship on others.
Consequences to being tardy for duty are as follows:
           1st Offense – verbal warning
           2nd Offense – conference with Principal
           3rd Offense – conference with Principal and Supervisor
           4th Offense – conference with Superintendent

2. Move around when on duty. Supervise play so that unnecessary horseplay and
   physical confrontations may be diverted.
3. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR DUTY POST until after the recess bell rings.
4. Students who are being kept in at recess time will need to be escorted to the restroom before
   the bell rings. PLEASE do not allow students who have been punished go to the restroom
   without supervision.


                                      Duty Guidelines
                                   (Inclement Weather Days)
1. Children are to remain in their classrooms.
2. Duty teachers will patrol halls and classrooms delegated to them.
3. Teachers will require that students remain seated and are in their classrooms (no
   visiting other classrooms, walking around, horseplay, etc.).




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               Afternoon Bus Duty Schedule -- 2:50 p.m.

BUS #     GRADE        A TEAM        B TEAM C TEAM            D TEAM      E TEAM
128       1st          Gray          J. Lemoine   Skinner     Turnage     Voinche
142       4th          K. Bordelon   Davis        Gagnard     Gauthier    Juneau
144       3rd          J. Borrel     C. Johnson   Jouglard    Mire        Tinson
141/175   5th          Broussard     Mathews      Prevost     Sons        Demouy
171       KG           Lacombe       Miles        Milligan    Wood        Benoit
110       2nd          V. Bordelon   Duncan       Dupont      George      Knop
139       6th          Borrel        Ford         Robertson   Simon       Lipana

Substitutes:
               Boudreaux    Mouton     T. Tassin  S. Voinche       Marcotte
               Demars       Bettevy    Cottrell   C. Gagnard       Gauthier
               Courtney     R.Bordelon Washington Lachney          M. Marcotte

              Dismissal Duty Schedule -- 3:00 – 3:20 p.m.
The duty person at this time will monitor hall and restroom in the main
building. Students will not be allowed to return to the restroom once they
are dismissed from the classroom.

   Monday          Tuesday           Wednesday        Thursday           Friday
  M. Mayeux        L. Hebert          L. Dugas        Q. Demouy          F. Sons

Denny Spinks will assist Mrs. Cathy and Mrs. Wendy with car riders daily.




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                    Cafeteria Duty Schedule -- 7:15 a.m.

GRADE       MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
KG          S. Wood       G. Milligan   J. Benoit      R. Miles       B.Lacombe
1ST         J. Lemoine    L. Voinche    J. Skinner     K. Turnage      A. Gray
2ND         B. Dupont     K. Knop       C. George      V. Bordelon     S. Duncan
3RD         J. Borrel     C. Johnson    R. Jouglard    S. Mire        T. Tinson
4TH         J. Gauthier   N. Gagnard    K. Juneau      K. Bordelon    J. Davis
5TH         J. Mathews    L. Prevost    R. Broussard   Q. Demouy      F. Sons
6TH         D. Borrel     Q. Demouy     W. Ford        T. Robertson   E. Simon
Bus         F. Sons       E. Simon      M. Mayeux      M. Mayeux      L. Hebert
Unloading




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                Early Morning Duty Schedule – 7 a.m. in Cafeteria
                                      AUGUST, 2009
      Monday            Tuesday          Wednesday           Thursday            Friday
10 Sons            11 Mayeux          12 Dugas           13 Hebert         14 Simon       A
17 Demouy          18 Benoit          19 Lacombe         20 Miles          21 Milligan    B
24 Wood            25 Gray            26 J. Lemoine      27 Skinner        28 Turnage     C
31 L. Voinche

                                     SEPTEMBER, 2009
     Monday              Tuesday          Wednesday          Thursday            Friday
                    1 V. Bordelon     2 Duncan           3 Dupont          4 George       D
7 Labor Day        8 Knop             9 J. Borrel        10 Johnson        11 Jouglard    E
14 Mire            15 Tinson          16 K. Bordelon     17 Davis          18 Gagnard     A
21 Gauthier        22 K. Juneau       23 Broussard       24 Mathews        25 Report Cards B
28 Prevost         29 D. Borrel       30 Ford        C

                                      OCTOBER, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday           Wednesday           Thursday            Friday
                                                         1 Robertson       2 Lipana       C
5 Sons             6 Mayeux           7 Dugas            8 Hebert          9 Simon        D
12 Demouy          13 Benoit          14 Lacombe         15 Miles          16 Milligan    E
19 Wood            20 Gray            21 J. Lemoine      22 Skinner        23 Turnage     A
26 L. Voinche      27 V. Bordelon     28 Duncan          29 Dupont         30 George      B


                                     NOVEMBER, 2009
     Monday              Tuesday         Wednesday           Thursday             Friday
2 Knop             3 J. Borrel        4 Johnson          5 Jouglard        6 Staff Develop C
9 Mire             10 Tinson          11 Veterans’ Day   12 K. Bordelon    13 Davis        D
16 Gagnard         16 Gauthier        18 K. Juneau       19 Broussard      20 Mathews      E
23 Thanksgiving    24 Thanksgiving    25 Thanksgiving    26 Thanksgiving   27 Thanksgiving
30 Prevost

                                     DECEMBER, 2009
     Monday             Tuesday          Wednesday           Thursday            Friday
                   1 D. Borrel        2 Ford             3 Robertson       4 Lipana       A
7 Sons             8 Mayeux           9 Dugas            10 Hebert         11 Simon       B
14 Demouy          15 Benoit          16 Lacombe         17 Miles          18 Milligan    C
21 Christmas       22 Christmas       23 Christmas       24 Christmas      25Christmas
28 Christmas       29 Christmas       30 Christmas       31 Christmas




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                                  JANUARY, 2010
     Monday          Tuesday         Wednesday         Thursday           Friday
                                                                    1 Christmas
4 Wood           5 Gray           6 J. Lemoine     7 Skinner        8 Turnage       D
11 L. Voinche    12 V. Bordelon   13 Duncan        14 Dupont        15 George       E
18 MLK Holiday   19 Knop          20 J. Borrel     21 Johnson       22 Jouglard     A
25 Mire          26 Tinson        27 K. Bordelon   28 Davis         29 Gagnard      B



                                  FEBRUARY, 2010
      Monday          Tuesday        Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
1 Gauthier       2 K. Juneau      3 Broussard      4 Mathews        5 Prevost      C
8 D. Borrel      9 Ford           10 Robertson     11 Lipana        12 Staff Develop D
15 Mardi Gras    16 Mardi Gras    17 Sons          18 Mayeux        19 Dugas        E
22 Hebert        23 Simon         24 Demouy        25 Benoit        26 Lacombe      A

                                   MARCH, 2010
      Monday           Tuesday       Wednesday         Thursday            Friday
1 Miles          2 Milligan       3 Wood           4 Gray           5 J. Lemoine    B
8 Skinner        9 Turnage        10 L. Voinche    11 V. Bordelon   12 Duncan       C
15 George        16 Knop          17 J. Borrel     18 Johnson       19 Jouglard     D
22 Mire           23 Tinson       24 K. Bordelon   25 Davis         26 Gagnard      E
29 Gauthier      30 Easter        31Easter

                                    APRIL, 2010
     Monday          Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
                                                   1Easter          2 Easter
5 Easter         6 K. Juneau      7 Broussard      8 Mathews        9 Prevost       A
12 D. Borrel     13 Ford          14 Robertson     15 Lipana        16 Sons         B
19 Mayeux        20 Dugas         21 Hebert        22 Simon         23 Demouy       C
26 Benoit        27 Lacombe       28 Miles         29 Milligan      30 Wood         D


                                     MAY, 2010
      Monday           Tuesday       Wednesday         Thursday           Friday
3 Gray           4 J. Lemoine     5 Skinner        6 Turnage        7 L. Voinche  E
10 V. Bordelon   11 Duncan        12 Dupont        13 George        14 Knop       A
17 J. Borrel     18 Johnson       19 Jouglard      20 Mire          21 Records Day B




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                                    Duty Schedule
                           Pre-Kindergarten-Teacher and Para
                               7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria
                                     AUGUST, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday            Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
10                11                 12                 13                14
17                18                 19                 20                21
24                25                 26                 27                28
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                                    SEPTEMBER, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday            Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
                   1                 2                  3                 4
7 Labor Day       8                  9                  10                11
14                15                 16                 17                18
21                22                 23                 24                25 Report Cards
28                29                 30

                                     OCTOBER, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday            Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
                                                        1                 2
5                 6                  7                  8                 9
12                13                 14                 15                16
19                20                 21                 22                23
26                27                 28                 29                30

                                    NOVEMBER, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday            Wednesday          Thursday            Friday
2                 3                  4                  5                 6 Staff Develop
9                 10                 11 Veterans’ Day   12                13
16                16                 18                 19                20
23 Thanksgiving   24 Thanksgiving    25 Thanksgiving    26 Thanksgiving   27 Thanksgiving
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                                    DECEMBER, 2009
     Monday            Tuesday            Wednesday          Thursday          Friday
                  1                  2                  3                 4
7                 8                  9                  10                11
14                15                 16                 17                18
21 Christmas      22 Christmas       23 Christmas       24 Christmas      25Christmas
28 Christmas      29 Christmas       30 Christmas       31 Christmas




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                                 JANUARY, 2010
     Monday           Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday         Friday
                                                                    1 Christmas
4                5               6                  7               8
11               12              13                 14              15
18 MLK Holiday   19              20                 21              22
25               26              27                 28              29



                                 FEBRUARY, 2010
     Monday           Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday         Friday
1                2               3                  4               5
8                9               10                 11              12 Staff Develop
15 Mardi Gras    16 Mardi Gras   17                 18              19
22               23              24                 25              26

                                  MARCH, 2010
     Monday           Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday         Friday
1                2               3                  4               5
8                9               10                 11              12
15               16              17                 18              19
22               23              24                 25              26
29 Easter        30 Easter       31Easter

                                      APRIL, 2010
     Monday           Tuesday         Wednesday         Thursday          Friday
                                                    1Easter         2 Easter
5 Easter         6               7                  8               9
12               13              14                 15              16
19               20              21                 22              23
26               27              28                 29              30

                                      MAY, 2010
     Monday           Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday        Friday
3                4               5                  6               7
10               11              12                 13              14
17               18              19                 20              21 Records Day




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                                    Duty Schedule
                      Morning 10:00 – 10:10 – Afternoon 1:55 –2:05
                                     Kindergarten
 Duty Post          Mon.         Tues.           Wed.       Thurs.          Fri.

                 S. Wood      G. Milligan    S. Wood      R. Miles      B. Lacombe
Backyard
                 R. Miles     B. Lacombe     J. Benoit    G. Milligan   J. Benoit


                                     Duty Schedule
                     Morning 10:30 – 10:40 – Afternoon 1:00 – 1:10
                                  1st. and 2nd Grades
 Duty Post           Mon.        Tues.           Wed.       Thurs.          Fri.

Backyard
(Girls’ Side)
                 J. Lemoine   L. Voinche     J. Skinner   K. Turnage    A. Gray

Porch Area       K. Turnage   A. Gray        J. Lemoine   L. Voinche    J. Skinner
Backyard
                              K. Knop
(Boys’ Side-     B. Dupont                   C. George    V. Bordelon   S. Duncan
Near Benches                  L. Hebert
Backyard
                                                                        K. Knop
(Boys’ Side-     C. George    V. Bordelon    S. Duncan    B. Dupont
Near Cafeteria                                                          L. Hebert




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                                     Duty Schedule
                     Morning – 9:30 – 9:40 – Afternoon – 1:15 – 1:25
                                    3rd and 4th Grades
  Duty Post             Mon.            Tues.             Wed.             Thurs.           Fri.

Backyard
(Girls’ Side)
                    J. Borrel       C. Johnson       R. Jouglard       S. Mire         T. Tinson

Porch Area          S. Mire         T. Tinson        J. Borrel         C. Johnson      R. Jouglard
Backyard
(Boys’ Side –       J. Gauthier     N. Gagnard       K. Juneau         K. Bordelon     J. Davis
Near Benches)
Backyard
(Boys’ Side –       K. Bordelon J. Davis             J. Gauthier       N. Gagnard      K. Juneau
Near Cafeteria)

                                      Duty Schedule
                     Morning – 9:15 – 9:25 – Afternoon – 1:30 – 1:40
                                     5th and 6th Grade

 Duty Post            Mon.              Tues.             Wed.             Thurs.           Fri.

Backyard                                                               T. Robertson
(Girls’ Side)
                  J. Mathews       L. Prevost        R. Broussard                      L. Dugas

Backyard
(Boys’ Side)
                  D. Borrel        T. Robertson W. Ford                D. Borrel       W. Ford

Porch Area        L. Dugas         L. Dugas          J. Mathews        L. Prevost      R. Broussard


                           Teacher Aides Schedule for Selling Candy
                                        Five Day Weeks
   Monday             Tuesday               Wednesday               Thursday             Friday
Glenda Bettevy    Albertha Courtney Melissa Marcotte             Andrea Demars       Dezare Lachney
Faye Cottrell     Carol Gagnard     Yulonda Washington           Volunteer           Volunteer

Title I paras will assist as schedule will allow throughout the school year.



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Playground Duty Map




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                                              Cafeteria
It is important that all teachers and their classes enter and exit the cafeteria on time. Please follow
these cafeteria guidelines so that the lunch schedule may work effectively. ALL teachers will escort
their students to the cafeteria and REMAIN WITH THEIR CLASS until all students have finished
eating. There will be no grouping of teachers to talk. You are to be monitoring your class. You
will be allowed 30 minutes from the time you leave your classroom until you leave the cafeteria.
DO NOT STAY IN THE CAFETERIA TOO LONG. You have ample time for everyone to eat and
exit the cafeteria. Mrs. Cindy and I will monitor the lunchroom schedule and guidelines daily.

                                       Cafeteria Procedures
Philosophy - Lunchtime is considered to be part of the learning process or an extension
             of classroom activities. Teachers are to use this time to reinforce table
             manners, social etiquette, etc. Many times “example” is the best teacher.
             Therefore, each teacher should become a “role model” in the cafeteria. With
             this thought in mind, the following procedure will be adhered to:
             1. Report to the cafeteria on time and exit on time.
             2. Students punch their lunch number.
             3. Teachers who bring students to lunch will walk up and down around the tables
                 where the children are eating. They will monitor the behavior of the students in
                 their charge at this time.
             4. Minimize loud talking by having students whisper.
             5. Stress manners and behavior at the dinner table.
             6. Do not allow students to play with food or throw food.
             7. Upon completion of the meal, the students are to check for cleanliness of table
                 and deposit their plates appropriately. THERE WILL BE NO FOOD LEFT ON OR
                 UNDER THE TABLE. ALL TEACHERS ARE TO WALK AROUND AND
                 MONITOR THE BEHAVIOR OF THE STUDENTS WHO ARE IN THEIR
                 CHARGE. This is not a time to visit among teachers. This situation has
                 been the source of many problems and needs to be corrected. If you are
                 supervising the children, the behavior problems will be minimal in the
                 cafeteria.




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                                A.M. Recess Schedule

10:00 – 10:10   Kindergarten
10:30 – 10:40   1st and 2nd
9:35 – 9:45     3rd and 4th Grades
9:15 – 9:25     5th and 6th Grade




                                      Lunch Schedule

10:30 – 11:00   Jackie Starns, Lori Boudreaux, Eunice Mouton
10:35 – 11:05   Tammy Tassin, Simone Voinche, Kate Ecarma
10:45 – 11:15   Stacy Bordelon, Gert Milligan, Sophie Wood
10:50 – 11:20   Jessica Benoit, Brandi Lacombe, Rachel Miles
10:55 – 11:25   Valerie Bordelon, Brandy Dupont
11:00 – 11:30   Dustin Borrel, Wanda Ford, Tori Robertson
11:05 – 11:35   Stacey Duncan, Christine George, Kellee Knop
11:15 – 11:45   Anna Gray, Jessica Lemoine, Janie Skinner
11:25 – 11:55   Karla Turnage, Linda Voinche, Ella Simon
11:30 – 12:00   Kristin Bordelon, Judy Davis, Nicole Gagnard
11:35 – 12:05   Rachel Broussard, Judy Mathews, Linda Prevost
11:40 – 12:10    Jessica Gauthier, Kelley Juneau
11:50 – 12:20   Jenise Borrel, Cicely Johnson, Robin Jouglard
11:55 – 12:25   Samantha Mire, Tanishia Tinson



                                  P.M. Snack Recess

1:55 – 2:05     Kindergarten
1:00 – 1:10     1st, and 2nd grades
1:15 – 1:25     3rd and 4th grades
1:30 – 1:40     5th and 6th grade




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                     Health & Physical Education Schedule

              Class Time                      Teacher(s)
7:55 - 8:25                      K. Turnage, L. Voinche

8:30 – 9:00                      J. Borrel, S. Mire

9:00 – 9:30                      Johnson, Jouglard, Tinson

9:30 – 9:45                      Break

9:45 – 10:15                     K. Bordelon, J. Davis

10:15 – 10:45                    G. Milligan, S. Wood

10:45 – 11:15                    A. Gray, J. Lemoine, J. Skinner

11:15 – 11:35                    Lunch

11:35 – 12:05                    V. Bordelon, B. Dupont

12:05 – 12:35                    S. Duncan, C. George, K. Knop
                                 R. Broussard, J. Mathews, L.
12:35 – 1:05
                                 Prevost
1:05 – 1:15                      Break

1:15 – 1:45                      B. Lacombe, R. Miles, J. Benoit
                                 N. Gagnard, J. Gauthier,
1:45 – 2:15
                                 K. Juneau
2:25– 2:55                       D. Borrel, W. Ford, T. Robertson

2:55 – 3:20                      Planning




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                                  Library Schedule
                                  One (1) Period Per Week
                                      2009 – 2010


Time          Monday           Tuesday             Wednesday         Thursday         Friday
7:55 – 8:25   1st Grade        1st Grade           1st Grade         1st Grade        1st Grade
              Intervention     Intervention        Intervention      Intervention     Intervention
8:30 – 9:15   D. Borrel         AR Monitoring      W. Ford           AR Monitoring    T. Robertson
9:30 – 10:15 AR Monitoring     AR Monitoring       AR Monitoring      AR Monitoring   AR Monitoring
10:15 – 10:45 J. Mathews       L. Prevost          R. Broussard      AR Monitoring    AR Monitoring
10:45 – 11:30 J. Gauthier      N. Gagnard          K. Juneau         K. Bordelon      J. Davis
11:30 – 12:00 Lunch            Lunch               Lunch             Lunch            Lunch
12:00 – 12:30 S. Wood          G. Milligan         J. Benoit         R. Miles         B. Lacombe
12:30 – 1:00 KG Intervention   KG                  KG Intervention   KG               KG
                               Intervention                          Intervention     Intervention
1:00 – 1:10   Recess           Recess              Recess            Recess           Recess
1:15 – 1:45   B. Dupont        K. Knop             J. Skinner        V. Bordelon      A. Gray
1:45 – 2:15   J. Lemoine       L. Voinche          C. George         K. Turnage       S. Duncan
2:15 – 3:00   J. Borrel        C. Johnson          R. Jouglard       S. Mire          T. Tinson




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                                Room and Hall Bulletin Board
We must depend upon ATTRACTIVE, COLORFUL, WELL-PLANNED BULLETIN BOARDS to
keep the whole school attractive. On one board in your room post pupil’s work, on the other,
change monthly.

The bulletin boards in your room should be related to your unit of work in the major subject areas.
They should display children’s work that is correct and neat. They must be current and use as little
ready-made materials as possible. There is nothing constructive or creative in store-bought designs
and posters. Children and parents are proud of their work and like it seen and displayed.

The bulletin board in the hall will be ATTRACTIVE, COLORFUL, AND WELL-PLANNED and kept
up according to the schedule which follows:

                                         Bulletin Board
                                         2009 -- 2010
                           August                            Office
                           September                         5th
                           October                           6th
                           November                          4th
                           December                          3rd .
                           January                           2nd
                           February                          1st
                           March                             KG
                           April                             PreK
                           May                               Special Ed.

                                   Student Work Display Case
                                         2009 -- 2010
                           1st 6 Weeks                       6th
                           2nd 6 Weeks                       5th
                           3rd 6 Weeks                       4th
                           4th 6 Weeks                       3rd and Special Ed.
                           5th 6 Weeks                       1st and 2nd
                           6th 6 Weeks                       Kindergarten & PreK




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                                    Section Leaders
                                      2009 - 2010

Pre-K        Lori Boudreaux
Kg.          Brandi Lacombe
1st.         Anna Gray
2nd.         Brandy Dupont
3rd.         Tanishia Tinson
4th.         Kristin Bordelon
5th.         Judy Mathews
6th.         Wanda Ford
Sp. Ed.      Lissy Dugas

The Section Leaders will work together with Cathy Brouillette in planning and preparing for the
Scholars’ Banquet.

      Spelling , Math, and Vocabulary Bee Committee
Sophie Wood                             Nicole Gagnard
Karla Turnage                           Linda Prevost
Stacey Duncan (Chairperson)             Melissa Marcotte (6th Grade)
Samantha Mire                           Cora Lipana

                                             SBLC

Rachel Miles                                         Jessica Gauthier
Stacy Bordelon                                       Wendy Marchand
Yulonda Washington


                   Parental Involvement Committee
Tammy Tassin (Chairperson)                           Kelley Juneau
Gert Milligan                                        Linda Voinche
Valerie Bordelon                                     Kate Ecarma
Cicely Johnson                                       Sharon Marcotte
Tori Robertson                                        Lisa Hebert
Faye Cottrell



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                        Fall Carnival Committee
Eunice Mouton                  Jenise Borrel
Sophie Wood                    Becky Bordelon (4th Grade)
Michele Mayeux (Chairperson)   Ella Simon (6th Grade)
Janie Skinner                  Jackie Starns
Andrea Demars                  Jessica A. Gauthier (2nd Grade)
Albertha Courtney
                    Christmas Program Committee
Simone Voinche (Chairperson)         Robin Jouglard
Carol Gagnard                        Judy Davis
Jessica A. Lemoine                   Rachel Broussard
Francine Sons                        Gwen Franks (6th Grade)
Librarian (2nd Grade)



                    Positive Behavior Support Team
Tanishia Tinson
Christine George
Brandi Lacombe
Samantha Mire
Nicole Gagnard
Jessica Gauthier
Cathy Brouillette
Wendy Marchand


                           Field Day Committee
Quintin Demouy (Chairperson)         Denny Spinks                Dustin Borrel




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