Join the movement and participate in an “Hour of Code,” anytime during the week of December 9-15, 2019! It is a national movement. Join millions of students and teachers in over 180 countries starting with an Hour of Code on those dates! From December 9-15, 2019, students from all around the world will be coding!
You do not have to know anything about coding. There are numerous one-hour tutorials available. Just go to the website and click begin. That’s it!
Visit https://code.org/learn to learn more and see the one-hour tutorials designed for all ages in over 45 languages.
Two of our students participated in separate events over the Thanksgiving break at the UL football games. On Saturday, November 23rd, Sean Lalonde participated in the Salute to Services day as UL played Troy. During halftime, he was with a group of high school recruits for the different services to be inducted at halftime. On Saturday, November 30th, Kenan Vidrine participated in the University of Louisiana Pride of Acadiana Marching Band Visiting Band Students Day as a prospective student. She went to their rehearsal and stayed with them throughout the day.
New Generations in conjunction with the PHS Key Club, sponsored another Job Opportunity assembly for our students. Chief Garrett Grogan and Sgt. Kevin Stewart from the Patterson Police Department spoke on employment opportunities in law enforcement. The Job Opportunity project was presented to community leaders in April and supported by the tri city area businesses. This is the second in a series of monthly presentations by local employers.
Be part of the conversation! Speak Up, a national research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow, provides an easy way for district stakeholders to share their views on technology and learning with St. Mary Parish administrators. Your survey answers can affect local decisions about technology, as well as contribute to the national dialogue about educational technology.
Voluntary participation from educators, staff, parents/guardians, students, and community members in this survey will help us answer important questions about student technology use inside and outside the classroom and about your views concerning key issues impacting the education of our students.
Since 2003, Project Tomorrow has collected and shared the viewpoints of more than 5.7 million participants through its yearly survey. All responses are 100% confidential, and no identifying information is collected about/from any participant.
Taking the survey is easy! (approximately 20 minutes)
There are no Medicare sales representatives. Anyone who tried to sell you Medicare insurance is a scammer.
You do NOT have to join a prescription drug plan to keep your Medicare insurance. Medicare Part D is voluntary and has nothing to do with your regular Medicare coverage.
Telephone scammers posing as "official agents" may ask for personal information, offer free equipment or services, ask for a quick payment, or threaten you. Just hang up.
Help with Medicare is available at medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE.
For Affordable Care Act:
Compare plans and quality ratings at healthcare.gov, where you can also enroll.
This year, you can also sign up for an ACA plan directly with certain certified partners. Make sure a company is on the Certified Partner list before giving them your information.
After you apply for ACA, you may get a phone call from the Marketplace asking you to verify information or supply additional information. If you are unsure about trusting the caller, ask the representative to mail you a letter with instructions for completing your application.
Help for ACA is available from the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596. You can also meet with a local assistant in your community who will offer free assistance. Local assistance can be found through the Local Assistance tool.
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