We Love Tigers
Young Authors Contest
Some Tigers of Slidell Junior High were among the winners of the Young Authors Contest:
Jessica Ward, Jasmine Cambridge, Angelle Boudreaux, Kaley Pichon, and Adam Gardner.
SJH students won the following awards:
Grade 7 - Fiction: 1st Place - Slidell Junior High, Jasmine Cambridge
Grade 7 - Fiction: Honorable Mention - Slidell Junior High, Jessica Ward
Grade 8 - Fiction: Honorable Mention - Slidell Junior High, Adam Gardner
Grade 8 - Non-Fiction: Honorable Mention - Slidell Junior High, Adam Gardner
Grade 8 - Poetry: 1st Place - Slidell Junior High, Kaley Pichon
Grade 8 - Poetry: Honorable Mention - Slidell Junior High, Angelle Boudreaux
Slidell Junior High PTA donated six tablets to a couple of our teachers. The teachers and students are looking forward to using the tablets to enhance their learning.
Patrick Mackin, principal of Slidell Junior High, along with Kristine Bush, PTA president presents tablets to Sheri Sison, teacher.
Kristine Bush, PTA president presents tablets to Ann Davis, teacher and student Felicity Hartley, along with Patrick Mackin, principal.
Slidell Jr. robotics club TigerFire won 4th place in the robot competition at the LA Regional FIRST Lego Robot Championship!
The Tigerfire team consists of Christia Camper, Collin Aupied, Reilly Helber, Aiden Milford, Leevi Morris, Taylor Gilley, Tyler Grund, Mary Ellen Jaubert, and not pictured, Carlos Gutierrez.
Mr. Holly, Tigerfire sponsor and Leevi Morris watch the robot in action.
Reilly Helber cheers for his team.
Student of the Year
Slidell Junior High is pleased to announce our Student of the Year Alice Santiago.
Alice with Patrick Mackin, Principal
Alice with Luetta Stewart, teacher
Students of the Month
Noel Schonhoff, Davin Eidson, Jared Clark, and Ayrianna Edwards
Black and Gold
Tigers sporting Black and Gold all over Slidell Junior High
Winners of the Reflections writing contest.
Angelle Boudreaux, Ayrianna Edwards and Leevi Morris
Drug Free Pledge
Slidell Junior High school students showed their awareness of drugs and their pledge to be drug free by participating in the weeks activities. Tigers team up against drugs!
Red Ribbon Week Crazy Hair Day
Visiting with the SRO
Students enjoying the cool weather and sounds of the guitar at SJH block party.
Tigers of the Month
Slidell Junior High recently announced their Tigers of the Month. These students excel both in the classroom and out. They are involved in the education as well as activites around Slidell Junior High. Each one of these tigers earned their stripes. Pictured are Jabrail Hayworth, 7th grade, Jillian Krieger, 7th grade, Madison Etis, 8th grade, and Randy Sanderford, 8th grade.
The Pelican Arrives
The Slidell Junior High Pelican has arrived! The pelican was sponsored by the school's Green Academy, which is a recycling and gardening club. Teacher, Ali McLaughlin painted the pelican with scenes of Mother Earth and recycling.
Pelican ready for game day.
On game day, SJHS's pelican wore a football jersey to support the football team. GO TIGERS!
Pictured with the pelican are Cecelia Cousins, Preston Federhoff, Lizzy Watts, Zach Hughes, and Sarah Campbell.
Each morning at Slidell Junior High, students are greeted by the morning announcements on WSJH. This is Slidell Junior High's very own broadcast created by 8th grade students. Here are a few pictures of the crew in action. It takes a lot of work to make announcements happen each day.
Kelcie Dardar gets ready to film the broadcast.
Adewumi Ariwajoye writes down announcements that she and Samantha Miller will read, as the show anchors.
Amber Stock and Chloe Hanberg edit the film, adding music and transitions to the clips.
Mya West has the final look over the broadcast before all of Slidell Junior High sees it.
Photos Around Campus
Before and During the Football Game