Home of the Mighty Lions!!
The Lion Garden Club is a way to extend the classroom into real life hands- on learning, while encouraging responsibility, community, ownership, leadership, and healthy food choices. This will be under the supervision of Mrs. Busbice, Ms. Durham, Ms. Elrhanjaoui, Mrs. Orlando and Coach Babin. The students will help maintain the garden, learn about a variety of plants, and help with weeding, planting, harvesting, and learn about healthy food choices. Students will also be in charge of maintaining the green house, and flower beds around our school campus to keep Aucoin beautiful! Classes also utilize our garden as an extension of the classroom life science curriculum to learn about the life cycle of plants. We are very excited to have so many students interested in this new club!
National 4H Week is an annual celebration of 4H during the first full week of October. During National 4H week we will showcase the great things that 4H offers to young people and highlights the incredible 4h youth in the community who work each day to make a positive impact on the community.
This year we will have some new activities for the whole school to participate in such as a Jelly Bean Mystery guess, a bake sale, and a class scavenger hunt. There will be flyers going home with more details so keep an eye out and join the fun! Thank you for helping us help the community!
JS Aucoin 4H
Students: "You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice." --Unknown
Staff: "Life is all about making choices. Always do your best to make the right ones, and always do your best to learn from the wrong ones." --Unknown
Week 2 focuses on creating a culture of cybersecurity in the workplace by promoting best practices.
"All organizations – from large and small businesses to healthcare providers, academic institutions, government agencies and civil society – can experience data breaches or be targets of cybercrime, which can result in stolen intellectual property, theft of personal information or – if our critical infrastructure is attacked – a disruption to our way of life."
Cyber security is a shared responsibility. No individual, no business, and no government is solely responsibile for securing the Internet. Each of us plays a role. Acting to raise community awareness, educate young people, and training employees will help to make our "digital society safer and more resistant from attachks and more resilient if an attach occurs."
The StaySafeOnline.org website (sponsors of National Cyber Security Awareness Week) offers a Technology Checklist for Businesses that includes many of the best practices that are already in place in St. Mary Parish: