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GEMS Gator Lagniappe performance groups entertained the VFW Post 5852 members with song, gymnastics, cheer, and dance. We thank you for your service!


Teacher of the Yeat

Clay Schexnayder Visits 4th Grade Students
Posted on 11/11/2014
GES/GEMS would like to thank State Representative Clay Schexnayder for meeting with our 4th graders to give them some insight into the job of a state representative. We thank you for taking time out of your busy day to visit us.  READ MORE...
A Magical Performance
Posted on 11/06/2014
Our GEMS 5th and 6th graders worked tirelessly for weeks to perfect the musical “Cinderella.” The production was held on October 29, 2014 at 5:30 and 7:00 p.m. The musical was directed by Mrs. Crystal Casaroti and choreographed by Mrs. Lindsay Chauvin. With Skylar Starlone as Cinderella, you were bound to fall in love with this fairy tale all over again.   READ MORE...
First Grade
Lt. William J. Boyd Shares Ways that He Helps the Community
Posted on 11/05/2014
Mrs. Veron’s First Graders have been learning about ways people can help out in their community. Thursday, October 30th, Lieutenant William Jefferson Boyd IV of Wildlife and Fisheries visited the first graders and shared with them ways he helps out in the community. The students were very eager to learn about his job and had great questions to ask him. The students enjoyed a power point presentation, viewed materials Lieutenant Boyd uses out in the field, and enjoyed a treat Lieutenant Boyd brought for them. We would like to thank Lieutenant Boyd for visiting out classroom!   READ MORE...
Teacher of the Year
Meryl Gravois Awarded Teacher of the Year
Posted on 11/05/2014
Congratulations to Meryl W. Gravois, Gramercy Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year. Meryl has been teaching at Gramercy Elementary for 3 years. She currently teaches 6th grade ELA and social studies at Gramercy Magnet School. She is also co-sponsor for our Jr. BETA club, a Project HOPE teacher, and sponsor for Mini-Choristers and Drama Troupe. We wish her the best of luck as she competes on the district level.   READ MORE...
Gator Times
November Edition of the "Gator Times"
Posted on 11/05/2014
The November issue of the "Gator Times" can be found by clicking the attached link.  READ MORE...
The Muses
The Muses
Posted on 11/03/2014
We are pleased to announce that Gramercy Elementary School has been chosen to represent the state of Louisiana and will be receiving a first edition copy of The Muses. The Muses: Escaping Montague Manor by N. L. McEvoy is a new Fantasy/Sci-Fi adventure for Middle Grade Students. The story follows Sarah and Nickolas McGuire, a sister and brother from Silver Springs, Colorado, as they are sent half-way around the world to Sydney, Australia to live with their mysterious great-aunt Vivian. In keeping with the round the world adventure that the two protagonists face, 250 copies of the book will be donated to elementary and middle school media centers around the world.   READ MORE...
Poche Plantation
Gator Lagniappe groups debut at Poche' Plantation Arts and Crafts Show
Posted on 11/03/2014
GEMS Mini-Gatorettes, Tappers, Gymnasts, and Spirit Troupe groups performed at the 1st annual Poche Plantation Arts and Crafts Show. The students were so excited to perform and did a great job!   READ MORE...
Bus Safety
Bus Safety Presentation and Evacuation Drill
Posted on 10/28/2014
In recognition of School Bus Safety Week, October 20-24th, all students participated in a bus safety demonstration with Mrs. Belinda Rouillier. Students were taught bus safety rules and practiced a bus evacuation drill in the case of an emergency. Thanks, Mrs. Belinda!  READ MORE...
School Lunch Week
Get in the Game with School Lunch
Posted on 10/28/2014
GES helped to celebrate National School Lunch Week with the theme of “Get in the Game with School Lunch.” The purpose of this week is to encourage children to find a balance between healthy eating and physical activity. To help us celebrate, LHS football players served lunch to and visited with the students.   READ MORE...
PreK class
PreK Learns the Letter P
Posted on 10/27/2014
Mrs. Spears and Ms. Kristen's PreK classes had fun learning about the letter P as they dressed as pirates and princesses.  READ MORE...
PreK class
Pirates and Princesses
Posted on 10/27/2014
Mrs. Spears and Ms. Kristen's PreK classes had fun learning about the letter P as they dressed as pirates and princesses.  READ MORE...
Students Visit Nicholls State University
Posted on 10/16/2014
The sixth grade class at Gramercy Elementary had the opportunity to tour Nicholls State University. The students were able to see a college campus and get a feel of what it is like to be a college student. Current Nicholls State University students conducted the tour and were very informative. The students were taken around the university to see where classes were held, admissions, housing and recreation. The students were also provided information about other aspects about being a college student such as extra curricular activities, fraternities, sororities, etc. The students really enjoyed the tour and sparked interest in going to college in the future. At the end of the tour most of the students were saying, “I’m going to Nicholls!” One student even stated, “My future is big!” The tour really made a lasting impression on the students and increased the interest in continuing their education beyond high school.   READ MORE...
Cancer Awareness
Faith, Family, and Friends
Posted on 10/08/2014
In recognition of our September theme “Cancer Awareness”, GES/GEMS Project HOPE students invited Principal Kay Dornier to be their guest speaker. Mrs. Dornier, a 2-time breast cancer survivor, shared her personal experience battling cancer. She encouraged the students to always look at the “glass as half full” and to stay positive when faced with difficulties in life. “Faith, family, and friends were instrumental in getting me through these adversities,” stated Mrs. Dornier. She explained the treatment process that she went through including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. The students enjoyed seeing the many hats and wigs that she used throughout her cancer treatment. Our Project HOPE faculty and students would like to thank Mrs. Dornier for time and knowledge. Over $650.00 was collected in a Penny Drive conducted by Project HOPE students in which all proceeds were donated to the Baton Rouge Cancer Center. Additional money was sent after hosting a nacho sale. GES/GEMS students also held a Dress Down Day in which $368.00 was raised and was presented to the Susan G. Komen Bayou Region Foundation by Mrs. Dornier.   READ MORE...
Mismatch Day
September Good Behavior Treat
Posted on 10/03/2014
Students who earned their miles toward good behavior for the month of September were awarded with a Mismatch Dress Down Day.   READ MORE...

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