On February 24th students at Enon Elementary School were “digested” through the human body. More than 250 students toured the Louisiana Body Walk, a traveling exhibit that visits elementary schools throughout Louisiana. Through a hands-on approach, the Body Walk teaches children healthy habits, such as choosing nutritious foods, by showing them how their choices affect their body.
SRI MOY Lexiles
The following students in grades 2-5 increased their SRI Lexiles 100+ and received a FREE DRESS January 22, 2014: Matthew Locke, Gavin Bernard, Gracelyn Morris, Kylie Barber, Jenna Jones, Rebecca Ginn, Lauren Modlin, Jessica Spears, Brianna Sharp, Justin Gonzales, Grace Jones, Jacob Dial, Grace Burris, Brantley Dyess, Tucker Walker, Emma Nicolosi, Calvin Dugas, Gracie Thigpen, Charisty Butts, Dillon Mitchell, Felicity Dickinson, Chambrae Thames, Makayla Bounds,Alyssa Husser, Sydney Creel, Christian Dawson, Logan Thomas, Joseph Reviere, Bailey McMahan, Tyler Daughdrill, Hayden Davis, Jordyn Kuhn, Emma Frederick, Lauren Watson, Jalynn Persick, Shelton Spears, Ariah Murray, Dominic Boughton, Kael Boyle, Sydney Jones, Hunter Thompson, Karcin Bounds, Nathan Martin, Wyatt Sharp, Camryn Hebert, Hayden Creel, Savannah Smith, Mike Ordoyne, Garron Castille,Brandon Quintero, Jacob Zito, Alston Moore and Jeffery Barber.
ADOPT A SOLDIER is sponsored by American Legion Post 24 of
Bogalusa HONORING MEMBERS OF THE LOUISIANA NATIONAL GUARD
205TH ENGINEERING BATTALION. Enon Elementary School PK-5
staff and students chose SPC Austin Owens to sponsor. The
staff and students brought recommended items and filled three
boxes to mail.
Fourth Grade students of Mrs. Jeanie Bryant and Ms. Amy Emmons at Enon Elementary are growing a garden! Mr. Scotty May and Mrs. Lacey Keating from the LSU AgCenter taught the children about gardening. Mr. May and Mrs. Keating also assisted the students in planting radishes, turnips, broccoli, mint and strawberries. The students are keeping a journal of their garden which includes keeping records of the crop growth and graphing the data. The teachers and their students hope to harvest strawberries in February!