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PTA Reflections National Honors
Mandeville Junior High is pleased to announce that two of their students earned National Awards of Merit for PTA Reflections. Louisiana had six winners at the National level. Pictured are Kylie Ferguson who placed in Dance Choreography and Noah Custer who placed in the Film category.
PTA President of the Year
Mandeville Junior High's PTA President, Mrs. Suzanne Sonnier, was named St. Tammany Parish District PTA President of the Year at the last district board meeting.
Samaritan Center Guest
Dena Grosart, Director of the Samaritan Center, spoke with the 7th grade Talented Art students at Mandeville Junior High School recently. These and other students created clay bowls that they donated to the annual Empty Bowl/Fill the Bowl Event in Old Mandeville. The proceeds from the sale of their bowls are donated to the Samaritan Center to provide food for the needy. The Talented Art Teacher at Mandeville Junior High is Mary-Elaine Bernard. On the front row are Melinda Jacob, Kylie Ferguson, Dena Grosart, and Camille Roark. On the back row are Erik Thompson, Christian Riddle, and John Landry.
Parish Volleyball Champs
The Mandeville Junior High boys volleyball team defeated Fontainebleau Junior High to win the large schools parish championship. The is the 4 th consecutive parish championship for the MJH Patriots! Pictured from left to right are Lucas Stewart, Drake Graham, Alex Hollander, Perry Booth, Ryan Cook, Guy LeCompte, Davis Foreman, Stephen West, Coach Janice Evans, Austin Barragan
Mandeville Junior High's PTA sponsored an Honor Breakfast for students earning a 3.5 average on their third nine weeks report card. Kristine Greene, Chief Division Council for the FBI, was the guest speaker. Pictured are MJH Principal Mary Ann Cucchiara, Kristine Greene (Guest Speaker), Virginia Berry, Alexander Schoen, Hannah Hile and The Mandeville Jr. High PTA President Suzanne Sonnier.
Color Guard performs
Members of the Mandeville High School Color Guard performed at Mandeville Jr. High for the incoming 8th graders. Pictured are Haley Federer, Alise Hooper, Emily Mire, Kayleigh Tutt, McKenzie Manual, MJH Principal Mary Ann Cucchiara, Blair Aguda, Conner McCue and Ellie Stevens.
Student Places 3rd in
State Spelling Bee
William Dunford, a seventh grader at Mandeville Junior High School, competed as a Louisiana finalist in the National Geographic Bee on April 5. Approximately 80 students throughout Louisiana qualified as finalists, and all competed on April 5 for the opportunity to represent Louisiana in the National Geographic Bee, held in Washington, D.C. William' placed third overall in Louisiana! The students and staff of Mandeville Junior High School are extremely proud of William’s success.
Exponential Decay Functions?
Functions of exponential decay may not sound appetizing, but students in Mr. Nichols’ class of Algebra 1 found them very engaging. Starting with a bag of 50 pieces, students removed approximately half the contents of the bag after each attempt. They listed the number of tries and the number of candies remaining until they were all gone. They ate the M & M’s removed after each try. They graphed the coordinate points to show exponential decay and also on the graphing calculator. Pictured are, left to right, Matthew Spitchley, Sarah Kate Casey, and Madison Hutson.
8th Graders Tour MHS
Mandeville Junior High 8th graders recently visited Mandeville High School to tour their future school and receive scheduling information. Pictured are Laticia Mott, MHS math teacher and her daughter, Ashlyn Mott, MJH student.
Essay Contest Awards
Mandeville Junior High students Alexander Lawlor and Alaa Malik won awards for essays they submitted to the Greater Covington Branch NAACP's Martin Luther King Essay Contest.
Visit From Mandeville High
Mandeville Junior High 8th grade students received a visit from the Mandeville High School Cheerleaders. They performed and gave information about upcoming tryouts to students entering the 9th grade next year. Pictured are Megan Walker, Rachel Messina, Douglas Wyatt, Hayley Abraham, and Olivia Roper.
Visit to Tchefuncte
Mandeville Junior High Dance Team and Cheerleaders visited Tchefuncte Middle School to perform and give information about upcoming tryouts. Pictured are Madelyn Johnson, Stella Miller, Ms. Laura Norsworthy, TMS Principal, Kate Treuting, Madison Tripp and Kaylee Johnson. The Mandeville Jr. High dance team's faculty sponsor is Kari Hart and the cheerleader sponsor is Natalie Scalia.
FISH Employee for February
Mandeville Junior High announced Ms. Anne Mohana the February PBIS FISH Employee of the Month. Ms. Mohana lives the FISH PHILOSOPHY everyday at MJH and we appreciate all that she does to “Make Our Day”! She was given a small gift of appreciation and she will enjoy parking in the designated PBIS parking spot for the month of March.
Mandeville Junior High student Michael Burkett recently completed the building of five wooden calculator boxes, each of which will hold 33 - 36 graphing calculators. The boxes will be permanently installed in math classrooms on campus. Michael completed the construction of the boxes as a partial requirement towards earning his Eagle Scout Award. Pictured with Michael are members of the math department, Jodi Newman, Anthony Nichols, Julie Simon, Michael Burkett, Missy Broadrick, and Tracey Martinez.
Support Staff Person
of the Year
Mandeville Junior High announced Judy Stoltz as the 2013 Support Staff Person of the Year. She was selected by her peers to represent MJH. Pictured are Mary ann Cucchiara, Principal, and Ms. Judy Stoltz.
Educator of Distinction
Mandeville Junior High Technology Resource Teacher, Trish Picone, was named one of the 10 Louisiana State PTA Educators of Distinction for 2013. She was one of 23 from St. Tammany Parish Schools. Mrs. Picone has a Specialist in Educational Technology and is a National Board Certified Teacher and has worked at Mandeville Junior High for 14 of the 17 years as an educator.
Pickle Ball Champs
Mandeville Jr. High P.E. classes held a pickle-ball tournament, and our lunch time pickle-ball champs for 7 th grade are( left) Ryan Cook and (right) Andrew Ponder. Pickle-ball is taught as a part of the physical education curriculum. The seventh grade P.E. teachers are Janice Evans and Diane Rodrigue.
Substitute of the Year
Mandeville Junior High faculty and staff chose Mr. David Denning as the 2012-13 Substitute of the Year. Pictured are Mary Ann Cucchiara, Principal, David Denning and Karen Corales.
The Mandeville Jr. High Talented Theater Company presents "Homework Eats Dog and Other Woeful Tales" by Alan Haehnel on Thursday and Friday, March 7 and 8, beginning at 7 p.m. on the Mandeville Junior High Cafe Stage. Admission is $5. The cast includes Laura Nunez, Sofia Oprea, Alaa Malik, Emily Gerber, Abigail Ezell, Ellie Stevens, Lindsey Licciardi, Kylie Ferguson, Savanah Needham, Kyle Currie, and Margaret Price. Stage Manager is Ory LaFleche. Pictured from left to right are Laura Nunez and Ellie Stevens. Anne Mohana is the Mandeville Junior High Talented Theatre teacher.
Excel Students Celebrated
Mandeville Junior High recently celebrated the 7th grade EXCEL students. EXCEL students have missed zero instructional minutes for the entire nine weeks. EXCEL students have no tardies, absences or check-outs. EXCEL students were rewarded with an extended lunch period, frozen treats and drawings for door prizes. Pictured are the 7th grade door prize winners. In the back are Lili Hansen, Levi Howard and Ben Shallenberger. In the middle are Ms. Mary Ann Cucchiara, Principal, James Simpson, James Langdon, Quinton Sanders, Matthew Yeung, Bella Wintz, Zachary Russ and Erin Pender. In the front are Catherine Mendez and Kaitlyn Ponceti.
Pictured are the 8th Grade EXCEL students for the 2nd Nine Weeks. The students have not been tardy, absent or checked out at any time. EXCEL students were rewarded with an extended lunch, frozen treats and drawings for door prizes. Pictured are the 8th grade door prize winners. In the back are Chance Walston, Darren Edgerson, Bradley del Rio and Christine Miller. In the front are Savannah Weisensee, Dierdre Gatling, Isaac Berry, Andie Rhoden,Luca Barrett-Dinatale, Shane Seeger and Hayden Moran.
Algebra I Measures Up
Mandeville Junior High Algebra I student Ellie Grace Stevens has her arm length measured by Emily Rone as the group's recorder, Becky deGeneres, looks on. The students were collecting and organizing data and then investigating linear relationships using arm length and foot length for the students in the class. The students then used pieces of spaghetti to try to find the line of best fit for their graphed data before entering the data into the graphing calculator to check the accuracy of their line and find the true linear regression for their values. The students are taught by Tracey Martinez.
Substitute of the Year
Mr. David Denning has been chosen Mandeville Junior High's 2012-13 Substitute of the Year. Teachers and staff nominated Mr. Denning for his outstanding service to the school. Pictured are Mary Ann Cucchiara, Principal, David Denning and Karen Corales, Committee Selection Chairperson.
Teens on Time
Mandeville Junior High recently celebrated the 2nd Nine Weeks Seventh Grade Teens On Time. Students in the TOT program had no morning tardies for the entire nine week period. TOT students enjoyed an extended lunch period and door prizes were awarded. Pictured are a few of the door prize winners, Alexander Prokop, Yvad Diaz, Adriana Cazarez, Khamri Alexander and in the front, Christina Kirby.
Visitors from Brazil
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Angie Vizzuett's Spanish class recently hosted guest speakers. Two young adults from Brazil came to speak about culture, Dialect and modern life in Brazil. The students were treated to Brazilian cookies. Pictured are Landon Fowler, Ms. Cassie Woods, Hunter Menendez, Mr. Santiago Pandolfi and Ensley Nunes.
VFW Citizenship Award
Mrs. Karen Griggs was recently announced as the State winner in the VFW Citizenship Education Teacher Award Contest – Jr. High School Level. She is now representing the State of Louisiana in the National competition.
Karen teaches 7th grade American History and 8th grade Louisiana History gifted students at Mandeville Jr. High School.
All Tournament Team
Mandeville Junior High seventh grader, Parker Edwards, was named to the "All Tournament Team" at the Country Day 8th Grade Invitational Tournament. Pictured are Coach Jeremy Picone and Parker Edwards.
Mandeville Junior High 8th grade trumpet player, Harrison Williams, represented his school at the LMEA District IX Honor Jazz Band Clinic and Concert that was held January 17 - 19th at Fontainebleau High School. The Mandeville Jr. High Band is directed by Ms. Jennifer Pulling.
Mandeville Junior High announced the PTA Reflections Contest Winners in Literature. Pictured from left to right they are Kaitlyn Cahill, Catherine Rockwell, Lindsey Licciardi, Rachel Butz, Ryan Ehrlicher and Margaret Larsen.
Mandeville Junior High announced the PTA Reflections Photography winners. Pictured from left to right are Madison Hutson, Camille Dedeaux, Lauren Fayard, Anna Landry, Zack Easterling, and Isaac Berry.
Student of the Year
Mandeville Junior High announced 8th Grader Lindsey Licciardi as the 2012-13 Student of the Year. Lindsey is very active in school activities by being a member of the basketball team, Talented Theater, National Junior Honor Society, Student Council and Life on Purpose.
Taking Orders in French
Mandeville Junior High students in Louise Zollinger's French Elective classes practiced dialogue by taking orders in French. Pictured are Elizabeth Flauss and Skylar Schoen.
PBIS Person of the Month
Mandeville Junior High's PBIS Person of the month for December is teacher Rhonda Bradley. Ms. Bradley lives the FISH PHILOSOPHY everyday at MJH and is appreciated for all that she does to “Make Our Day”! She was given a small gift of appreciation and will enjoy parking in the designated PBIS parking spot for the month of January. Ms. Bradley (left) is pictured with MJH Principal, Ms. Mary Ann Cucchiara.
First Place in Soccer
The Mandeville Junior High Boys' Soccer Team won first place in their division at the Rummel Invitational Tournament finishing undefeated. Pictured in the back are Perry Booth, Joseph Landry, Malcolm Johnson, Stephen West, Christian Peacock, Adam Zulli, Alex Hollander, Drake Graham and Vanya McKinney. In the front are, Harrison Williams, Ilya McKinney, John Nicklas, Carlos Zelaya, Reece Cotton, Robbie Masson, Matthew Marion, Henrik Laedre, Andrew Babineaux, Jud Dodick, and Colin Moser. The team is coached by H. Laedre, D. Rodrigue, and T. Picone.
Toys for Tots
Mandeville Junior High's Builder's Club members participated in the Mandeville Police Department's Toys For Tots. Pictured is Kearby Stiles, one of the participants. The faculty sponsor is Barbara Liddell.
The Mandeville Junior High Student Council held a school wide slipper drive. The slippers were donated to a local nursing home. Pictured are Alexa Campbell, Rachel Butz, Chris Dalton, Bradley Bouton and John Landry. Mary Ruli is the faculty sponsor.
The Mandeville Junior High PTA sponsored a fund raiser and held a pizza party for the students who sold the most cups. Hayden Moran, who sold 14 sets of cups, had his name drawn for the grand prize. He won a complete set of NFL cups and a $50 Visa gift card.
Cookie Cake Celebration
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Mary Ruli's Language Arts class with December Birthdays celebrated with a cookie cake. Pictured are Adam Moeller, Sydney Walker and Brett Leveille.
The Mandeville Junior High Band recently participated in a fund raiser. Pictured are the top three sellers, Chris Dalton, Jonathan Fritz and Ryan Ehrlicher. Jennifer Pulling is the Band Director at Mandeville Jr.
Mandeville Junior High students in 7th grade gifted ELA classes concluded their unit on the Renaissance with a visit to the Renaissance Festival in Hammond. Pictured are Isabel Baird, Kayla Martinez, Daniel Bules and Christian Riddle.
Mandeville Junior High recently had a visit from VFW 8720 to give awards to students who placed in the Patriot's Pen contest. Mr. John Gunthens presented Rachel Butz and Grace Dragna with certificates. Pictured also is Mary Ann Cucchiara, Mandeville Jr. High Principal.
PTA Spruce Up Day
Mandeville Junior High PTA sponsored a school spruce up day to beautify the campus grounds. Pictured are student volunteers, Matthew Adams, Ory LaFleche and the PTA Grounds Chairperson, Mr. Dale Roark.
Cultural Arts Festival
Mandeville Junior High elective teachers collaborated to host a Cultural Arts Festival to celebrate the Louisiana Bicentennial. Parents and students were invited to experience exhibits, performances and food that demonstrated cultural infusion in Louisiana. Pictured are Ms. Jennifer Pulling, Sean Drudy, Spyboy Honey, Evan Cook, Virginia Berry. Ms. Pulling is the band director at Mandeville Jr. High.
Mandeville Junior High recently held its 7th grade EXCEL celebration. The EXCEL program is a Positive Behavior and Support Intervention (PBIS) program to reward students with no lost instruction minutes. To be an EXCEL student there can be no to-school tardies, no check outs or no absences. Door prizes, frozen treats and an extended lunch were given to the 7th grade EXCEL students. Pictured are the door prize winners, Allison Farr, Merritt Grosz, Mattie Napier, Alexander Prokop, Mark Shreve, Jared Cates and Adrian Wall.
Door prizes, frozen treats and an extended lunch were given to the 8th grade EXCEL students. Pictured are the door prize winners, Matthew Griffin, Demoni Boyd, Savannah Weisensee, Morgan Benefield, Andrew Trammell, Lauren Ducote and Jacob Osoria.
French Club Performs Skit
Members of the Mandeville Junior High French Club performed a skit at Southeastern Louisiana University’s annual International Night on Monday, November 12th. The Department of Languages and Communication at the university sponsor the event, where groups and individuals perform works, representing aspects of various cultures. Pictured are (left to right) Julia James, Isabel Baird, Skylar Schoen, Camille Roark, Anne Blundell, Kayley VanHaelen, Elizabeth Flauss, Sydney Tardy, and Caijun Qin. The sponsor of the Mandeville Jr. High French Club is Ms. Louise Zollinger.
PBIS Person of the Month
Mandeville Junior High announced James Waguespack as the December PBIS Person of the Month. Mr. Waguespack lives the Fish Philosophy on a daily basis by being there, choosing his attitude, having fun and making someone's day! He was presented with a token gift of appreciation and he will enjoy the reserved parking spot in the front of the school for the month of December. Mr. Waguespack is shown with Mandeville Jr. High Principal, Mary Ann Cucchiara.
Cultural Arts Festival
Mandeville Junior High elective teachers collaborated to host a Cultural Arts Festival to celebrate the Louisiana Bicentennial. Parents and students were invited to partake in exhibits, performances and food that demonstrate cultural infusion in Louisiana. Pictured are Cliff Cooper and Ms. Jennifer Pulling, the band director and main coordinator of the first annual event.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Angie Vizzuett's Spanish Elective class celebrated the Mexican Holiday, Día de los Muertos, by creating masks. Pictured are Michael Lemmond, Bryce Martin, Spencer Andres and Anna Bearden.
Mandeville Junior High's Builder's Club, a service organization, held a food drive. Collected items were donated to The Samaritan Center. Pictured are students who helped load up the donated food: Kaitlyn DeJean, Haley Cundiff, Bryan Sharp and Mrs. Barbara Liddell, the club's faculty sponsor.
Teacher of the Year
Mandeville Junior High's 2012-13 Teacher of the Year is Tracey Martinez. Mrs. Martinez teaches 8th grade math, Algebra I and Gateway to Technology (GTT/ Robotics).
Collegiate Cup Fundraiser
Mandeville Junior High's PTA recently sponsored a collegiate cup fund raiser. The students who were the top sellers received rewards. Pictured are some of the top sellers, Caroline O'Daniel, Christopher Maklary, James Sonnier, Chaise Wetzel and Brooke Posey.
Veterans Day Poppies
Mandeville Junior High 7th grade students in Mrs. Natalie Scalia's American History classes showed their support for our troops and veterans by making poppies for Veterans Day. Pictured is Skyler Schoen.
Band Guest Instructor
Mandeville Junior High band members who play the French horn recently hosted a guest instructor. Retired St. Tammany Parish band instructor, John Guthans, worked with Madison Hutson and Henry Hunt. The Band Director at Mandeville Jr. High is Ms. Jennifer Pulling.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mary Ruli's Language Arts Classes completed a Creative Writing Project from a bird's point of view after reading "the Birds" by Daphne Du Maurier. Pictured are the some of the students with their three dimensional objects, Erin Pender, Colin Moser, Grace Easterling, Mattie Napier, Alysia Spedale, Brooke Robicheaux, Lauren Meyer Jordan Edney and Jack Nunez.
Two students from Mandeville Junior High placed in the VFW's Patriot's Pen Annual Essay Contest. Pictured are Rachel Butz and Grace Dragna.
PBS Support Person
of the Month
Mandeville Junior High announced 8th grade teacher, Barbara Liddell as the Positive Behavior Support Person for the Month of October. Her "Fish" was drawn from the faculty and staff PBIS bulletin board. Mrs. Liddell lives the Fish Philosophy on a daily basis by being there, choosing her attitude, having fun and making someone's day! She was presented with a token gift of appreciation and she will enjoy the reserved parking spot in the front of the school for the month of November.
Mandeville Junior High Student Council members passed out treats to students on Halloween. This is a part of the schools' PBIS Expectations of the FISH Philosophy and "Make Their Day." Pictured are Matthew Harkins, Lindsey Licciardi, Kaitlyn Cahill and Amanda Lucas. Ms. Mary Ruli is the faculty sponsor of the MJH Student Council.
Mandeville Junior High students enrolled in 8th grade Earth Science, experienced rock mining during an on campus field trip. Students classified the rocks and minerals after mining them. Pictured are Stella Miller and Addison Rosenau. The science teacher is Ann Stocker.
Pumpkin Decorating Day
The Mandeville Junior High Student Council sponsored a pumpkin carving contest at the school. Mrs. Angie Vizzuett's Spanish class tied for first place with Mrs. Lisa Hewett's class. Pictured is Angie Vizzuett with Ryan Stephens.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Karen Grigg's classes dressed as pirates following a unit on pirates in Louisiana History. Pictured in the front are Ann Marie Young, Madison Hutson, Kaelyn Bourgeois, Sydney Tardy, and Harrison Williams. The middle row includes Anne Blundell, Amanda Lucas, and Julia James and in the back are Murdock Mcinnis, and Alexandra Lawlor.
Person for the Month
Mandeville Junior High's PBIS Person for the Month of October was Tracey Martinez. Her "Fish" was drawn from the faculty and staff PBIS bulletin board. Mrs. Martinez lives the Fish Philosophy on a daily basis by being there, choosing her attitude, having fun and making someone's day! She was presented with a token gift of appreciation and she enjoyed the reserved parking spot in the front of the school for the month of October. Pictured are Ms. Mary Ann Cucchiara, Principal and Tracey Martinez.
Mandeville Junior High students on the 3.5 or higher Honor Roll had a very special guest speaker, Saints player, Thomas Morstead. He signed copies of the 2012 Saints yearbook for all 7th and 8th graders at the Honor Roll breakfast which is hosted quarterly by the Mandeville Junior High PTA. Pictured are Thomas Morstead and Julia James.
Gateway to Technology
Mandeville Junior High students in the Gateway to Technology Elective classes used historical methods of measurement including hand/span, cubit, girth, pace, palm and foot. The students are able to see the difference between precision and accuracy and can see the need for a universal measurement system. Pictured are Stone Dillon and Levi Howard measuring the width of the table using their individual measurement of a foot. GTT is taught by Mrs. Tracey Martinez.
The Mandeville Junior High Art Club and several faculty members met after school to create bowls for the Empty the Bowl/Fill the Bowl event to benefit the Samaritan Center. Funds for the project were provided by a grant from the Brown Foundation. Pictured are Mrs. Stacey Milstead (MJH Librarian), Lindsay Holmquist and Meghan Tovrea. Mary Elaine Bernard is the lead teacher for this project.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Melanie Chacon's class explored layers of density with dissolved Skittles. Pictured are Jacob Osoria and Ethan Roy.
Mandeville Junior High students participate in a guitar lesson during an elective taught by Jennifer Pulling. This year students will learn proper techniques for playing and caring for their guitars. Pictured are Preston Huffman, Austin Janes, and Stuart Marshall.
Talented Art Festival
Mandeville Junior High students in Talented Drama participated in the Talented Arts Program Festival at Koop Drive. Led by the instruction of their teacher, Anne Mohana, the students demonstrated Zydeco dancing. Pictured are Emily Burkhalter, Abigail Ezell and Madeline Trosclair.
Mock Presidential Election
Mrs. Natalie Scalia’s American History class at Mandeville Jr. High School took part in a mock presidential election sponsored the Louisiana Secretary of State. Shown here is Jason Colombo casting his ballot.
Teen Read Week
Mandeville Junior High ’ s Student Council and school Librarian, Stacey Milstead sponsored a local Teen Read Week. Several activities were planned including a “ Read In ” and students being “ caught ” reading and “ booked. ” The National Teen Read Week is a program of the American Library Association to promote literacy. Pictured are Mandeville Jr. High students, Dustin Robinson, Hannah Hile, Skylar Schoen and Caroline Fisackerly at the Read In. The Student Council faculty advisor is Mary Ruli.
Mandeville Junior High students in Ms. Ann Stocker ’s 8th grade Earth Science classes created models of the four geological spheres, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere , Lithosphere and Biosphere. Pictures are Catherine West, Ellie Stevens, Ms. Stocker, Haley Federer and Brittany Dugas.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Ann Stocker's 8th grade Earth Science class learned about chemical reactions by combining various ingredients. Pictured are Paulette Madrigal, Demoni Boyd and Jordan Burke.
Gumbo Pot Exhibit
Mandeville Junior High 8th grade students in Mrs. Christy Nelson's Louisiana History class completed a Louisiana Culture Project. The students created three dimensional objects out of various media. Some of the projects will be displayed in the Mandeville Junior High Parish Fair booth entitled, "Louisiana: America's Gumbo Pot- 200 Years of Flavor." Pictured are (left to right) Savannah Weisensee, Alex Geldert, Henry Vanderbrook, Marlene McGraw, and Raegyn Bouza.
All State Choir Member
Mandeville Junior High student Sofia Oprea earned a place in the Louisiana All State Choir. Pictured is Mrs. Cynthia Olivier, Vocal Music Director, and Sofia Oprea.
The Mandeville Junior High French Club has selected its officers for the 2012-13 school year. Pictured are (left to right) Isabel Baird, Treasurer, Camille Roark, Vice President, Kayley VanHaelen, Secretary, and Sydney Tardy, President. Ms. Louise Zollinger is the club sponsor.
Mandeville Junior High recently held an assembly to learn about Crimestoppers. Pictured are John Nicklas, Katherine Treuting, Ms. Megan Siebenkittel, the presenter and Safe School Coordinator, Hope Winchell and Patrick McKinney.
Columnist Visits Class
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Watsey's 7th grade English class had a special guest speaker, Mr. James Varney who writes for the Times-Picayune. He will be authoring a column when the paper switches to three days per week. He has written about crime, sports, politics, and national affairs. The purpose of his visit was for the students to meet a writer and hear about his career. Pictured are Meagan Murphy, Savannah Weisensee, James Varney, Liza Varney and Mrs. Candyce Watsey.
Mandeville Junior High 8th grade Talented Art students took a trip to the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner. The school was awarded a grant from the Brown Foundation for the materials to create clay bowls. The students were invited to demonstrate how to make clay bowls that are sold at the "Empty the Bowl, Fill the Bowl" project. The Samaritan Center is MJH's service learning partner. Pictured are Skyler Barton, Jenna Church, Amelia Markezich, Brenna Michal, Christine Miller and Mary Elaine Bernard, the Talented Art teacher.
Pictured are the Mandeville Jr. High School Band Officers for the 2012-2013 school year. On the front row, left to right, are Amanda Lucas-Band Captain, Madison Hutson, and Christine Miller . On the back row, left to right, are Ari Crosby, Lucas Stewart-Drum Major, and Ryan Ehrlicher. Ms. Jennifer Pulling is the Mandeville Jr. High Band Director.
The Mandeville Junior High girls volleyball team placed 2nd at the SSA tournament this past weekend.
Pictured on the Front Row (left to right) are Brandi Bundy, Morgan Chiasson, Reilly Johnson, and Kailynn Haley. On the Top Row, from left to right, are Coach Diane Rodrigue, Madison Bothner, Samantha Gomez, Madison Cherry, Alexandra Lawlor, Emily Boylan, Madeline Daussat, and Coach Janice Evans.
Mandeville Junior High students in Ms. Julie Simon’s math class compared fractions, decimals, and percentages and placed them on a number line in order from least to greatest. Students from left to right: Jake Arena, Noah Saacks, Corinne Barr, Alex Allen.
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Tracey Martinez's Algebra I class are pictured while working cooperatively. They are shown graphing data to determine if the data is linear or nonlinear and, when finished, will describe the correlation. Pictured are Brooke Posey, Robbie Masson, Danielle Tyler, Alexander Lawlor and Heidi Fritscher.
Introductions in Spanish
Mandeville Junior High students in Mrs. Angie Vizzuett’s Spanish I class practice introducing themselves. Pictured are Angel Bagent and Noah Custer.
Mrs. Tipton Visits On 1st Day
Mandeville Junior High students began their first day of school with a special visit from Mrs. Roanne V. Tipton, their School Board Member from District 6. Pictured left to right are Valerie Hulin, Jimmy Situ, Mrs. Tipton, Emily Rone and Meagan Murphy.
New Faculty Members
Mandeville Junior High's new faculty members for the 2012-13 School Year are, from left to right, Kay Waddell, Robin Wojcik, Kari Hart, Laura Mylie, Melissa Broadrick, Stacey Milsted and Sharon Bennett.