C.T. Janet, in collaboration with all stakeholders, is dedicated to helping every student recognize and achieve to their fullest potential by providing a safe, challenging, and developmentally appropriate learning environment through rigorous, engaging, and meaningful learning opportunities that continuously and holistically address all students' needs.
Did you know we have a Facebook page? It has quick updates throughout the year of what is going on at school. There is also a link at the top of our website, so you can visit our Facebook anytime!
Click on the links below to view our April Newsletter and flyers that were sent home. Grade-level blog entries can be seen by clicking on your child’s grade-level or the “School Newsletter” link to the right of this screen under “News Categories”. April Newsletter MOTHER’S LUNCHEON
The attached is for 5th grade students only. Our district is participating in a School Climate Transformation Survey through the School Climate Transformation grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The survey will allow schools to measure conditions for learning to improve the school’s environment. The results will be used to develop and implement […]
Our Family Academic Nutrition Health Fitness Night was a huge success despite the inclement weather. Many thanks go out to the participants and volunteers who made it possible. Special recognition goes to: LSU AG Center’s Ms. Karen Walker for her Six Kits Program Xavier Pharmacy Students from the Xavier Wellness Center located at the foot […]
Spring is in the air! It’s the 4th 9 weeks of school already! It seems as if school just started and we are already in the “home stretch”. Parents, continue to “buckle down” with your child. Homework and studying are very important parts of the educational process. Please encourage your child to continue to do […]
The kindergarten classes have been extremely busy during this month. In our Core Knowledge Curriculum, the students are continuing to segment words into sounds. By doing this, they are “breaking up” words into their component parts. By segmenting the words into sounds, the student is able to identify that the “whole” (word) is the sum […]