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.
JCCS STUDENT CHOSEN FOR THE "PERRY OUTREACH PROGRAM": Congratulations to 11th grader Breann Martin for being chosen to participate in the the Perry Outreach Program. The Perry Initiative partners with medical centers, universities, and high schools to host Perry Outreach Programs for young women in high school. These day-long programs are held at over 30 locations nationwide throughout the year. Participants perform mock orthopaedic surgeries and conduct biomechanical engineering experiments, while also hearing from prominent women engineers and surgeons in the field.
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
CONGRATULATIONS: Greater New Orleans Science & Engineering Fair(GNOSEF) announced that Rachel Pizzolato 7th grade has been named a national Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars) competition finalist. Rachel, who was selected from among 300 semifinalists, is the first-ever JCCS student to be selected for this honor and the first from the GNOSEF Region IX. Each of the 30 finalists receive a $500 cash award and an all expense paid trip to Washington, DC in October to compete for $100,000 in awards. Rachel and the other finalists will also get to meet the President. Rachel Pizzolato was among 300 semifinalists selected from more than 6,000 nominated students nationwide. Her award-winning project is titled: Can a Modified Windmill Generate Electricity in an Interstate Traffic Setting? Broadcom_MASTERS_Finalist_2016_Release_FINAL.pdf
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