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Students Win Awards at Academic Olympics
On Saturday, October 4th, students competed in Academic Olympics sponsored by Pope John Paul.
Students from Slidell Junior High earned several awards.
Pictured Left to Right Above:
Alissa McCollums (4th Place 7th grade Reading), Aidan Milford (4th Place 8th grade Technology), Collin Aupied (2nd Place 8th grade Social Studies), Dalton Thayer (1st Place 8th grade Science), Collin Mitchell (1st Place 8th grade Math), and Tori Capace (1st Place 8th grade English)."
Pictured above with teachers at Academic Olympics:
Mrs. Triola, Dalton Thayer (1st Place Science), Mrs. Martin, Collin Mitchell (1st Place Math), Ms. Chapman, and Tori Capace (1st English)
Tigers Clinch 2014 Parish Championship
Slidell Junior High Tigers defeat the Creekside Gators 41-8 to clinch the 2014 Parish Championship. The Tigers have had an extraordinary season leading in the district 6-0, outscoring their opponents 261-14. The average score of SJHS games is 44-2!! The Slidell Junior High team is lead by head coach Joey Brockhoff. Assistant coaches are Errol Decker Scott Hildebrand, and Stephen Ford. The big three players earning leading scores were Tito Simmons, Ja'hon Casborn and Trey Davis.
Students of the Month
Congratulations to our Slidell Junior High Tigers of the month!!
Representing 8th grade are Rebekah Carswell and Chaz LeBlanc. 7th grade students of the month are Isiah Robertson and Stephanie Slavinsky.
Teacher Awarded Grant for Math Software
Dawn Rivera with Castle Federal Credit Union presented a $500 check to Jochen Kranz at Slidell Junior High. Mr. Kranz was awarded the grant based on a video he submitted. The funds will be used to purchase math software.
Advanced Chorus Performs at Ribbon Cutting
The Advanced Chorus students from Slidell Junior High participated in a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Slidell Public Library on September 11, 2014.
Back to School Dance
Slidell Junior High students celebrate the start of the school year with friends at the "Back to School" dance.
At the beginning of the year assembly, Principal Patrick Mackin used the "ice bucket challenge" to challenge the students at Slidell Junior High to make the A Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Students were surprised when the "ice bucket" turned out to only be a "confetti bucket".