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.
Wondering what’s going on in your child’s grade-level this month? Then check out our grade-level monthly blog posts! Grade-level blogs are posted on the last Wednesday of each month, or the last Wednesday before holidays. Click the links below to see what’s going on in each grade-level. Pre-K Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade […]
Click on the links below to view our May 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”. MAY NEWSLETTER May Breakfast May Lunch SUMMER SOIREE’ PRESALE TICKETS Summer Soiree GRADE […]
We are wrapping up our Kindergarten skills as we prepare for first grade! We are now working on long vowel sounds in our Core Knowledge curriculum. We also continue to practice reading decodable passages and answer comprehension questions in complete sentences. In writing, we continue to practice writing our opinions about texts, food, colors, […]
The 4th Grade Teachers would like to continue to encourage our students to give their BEST in everything that they do. Even when school is over and we are enjoying our summer break, don’t forget to pick up a book to read. Parents, make a weekly trip to the library with your child this summer. […]
May Library Blog My how time flies! A reminder to all parents and students that there is a Summer Reading Program for all students with Jefferson Parish Public Library cards. This is a wonderful way for the students to continue their reading and enjoy some awesome books. It is also exciting because the more students […]
To stay active, plan activities that require little or no equipment.For example, jump rope, tag games, dancing, jogging, and walking require a small amount of materials. Use what is available. Your community recreation center may offer programs for a minimal fee.