JCCS is excited to announce the admission of 15 month old students to our already existing Early Learning Center. We are honored to announce that Mrs. Ali Curtis will be the Director of the JCCS Early Learning Center which comprises students from 15 months of age to Kindergarten. We are looking forward to the 2017 – 2018 as we build champions for life.
LHSAA ALL-ACADEMIC COMPOSITE TEAMS: Congratulations to Dee Dee Brown (Volleyball), Joshua Hartley (Football), KJ Hurst (Basketball) and Issac Fincher (Wrestling) for being named to the LHSAA All-Academic Composite Teams. They are student-athlete's with a six-semester GPA of 4.0.
Congratulations to JCC juniors Matthew Perniciaro and Taylor Textor have been selected for the 2017 RYLA District 6840's Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Program.
RYLA is an all expense paid scholarship for incoming seniors to attend a 6 day leadership camp in July, courtesy of the Kenner and Metairie Rotary Club. Approximately 65 students from the Louisiana-Mississippi Gulf Coast will participate in this intense experiential camp. Students will have an opportunity to work on interviewing and speaking skills, learn strategies to highlight experiences for the college application and scholarship process, as well as gain knowledge on leading and persuading peers in a variety of scenarios. Rotarians live by the creed, “Service Above Self.”
Congratulations to the following JCCS students for placing in the Jefferson Parish Annual Non-Point Source Pollution & Solutions Poster-Essay Contest.
Lane LeCron - Honorable Mention - 3rd grade
Andre Gilberti - 2nd Place - 6th grade
Alex Lagasse – 3rd Place - 6th grade
Zachary LaBarre – 3rd Place - 8th grade
Logan Pounds – Honorable Mention - 8th grade
JCCS Students Receive High Honors at Regional and State Science & Engineering Fair
JCCS students received high honors at the State Science & Engineering Fair held at LSU on March 20-22, 2017. 7th grader Rachel Pizzolato received 2nd place in Energy: Physical category of the junior division. She also received a Broadcom Masters nomination award.
Mrs. Cathy Boucvalt received $5,000 as a recipient of the James de la Houssaye Mentor Award for educational and inspiration work with students pursuing STEM inquiry at the Greater New Orleans Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Rachel Pizzolato received the 1st place Grand Sweepstakes Award at the Regional Science Fair for the second year in a row and received 2nd place at the State Science & Engineering Fair.
6th grader Madison Verbest received a special award from the Baton Rouge Section of the Society of Women Engineers (2nd place) at the State Science & Engineering Fair held at LSU on March 20-22, 2017. Her title was “Do Shorter Buildings Remain More Stable Than Taller Ones in an Earthquake?”
Robert Denton Young received 2nd place in Embedded Systems in the Senior Division at the State Science & Engineering Fair held at LSU on March 20-22, 2017. His project title was “Phase II: Parabolic Reflector Angle and WIFI Blocking.”
Congratulations to Troiana Gause for running the 3-mile course at City Park in a personal best of 20:10, good for second place in the prestigious Allstate Sugar Bowl Metro Cross-Country Championships last weekend. She was named The Advocate’s Girls’ Cross-Country Athlete of the Week