Hattie A. Watts Elementary School

St. Mary Parish Schools

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  • Hattie A. Watts Elementary is a KATC-TV Cool School!

    Posted by District on 4/6/2021

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  • Cricket in Time Square Project

    Posted by web administrator on 12/7/2020

    Thank you to all the families who participated in One School One Book this year!  We loved seeing all of the amazing projects you brought in.  Click on the link below to view the student's projects!

    Cricket in Time Square Photo Gallery

     

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  • Thanksgiving Reading Competition

    Posted by webmaster on 11/20/2020

    Attention Readers!  We are having a Thanksgiving break reading competition!  The class that reads the most will earn a slushie party!  Turn in the reading log on November 30th to earn points for your class.  The log can be found under eflyers on the Hattie Watts website.  Happy Reading!

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  • CommonLit Resource for Grades 3-12

    Posted by web administrator on 11/13/2020

    We are excited to share a new resource for parents.  CommonLit is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that "all students, especially students in Title I schools, graduate with reading, writing, communication and problem solving skills they need to be successful in college and beyond."  CommonLit offers over 2,000 high-quality free reading passages for grades 3-12

    CommonLit offers a Parent Account Video Tutorial. This tutorial walks parents through setting up a free account. 

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  • 2020 Census

    Posted by web administrator on 9/25/2020

    Every home has received an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. Louisiana’s self-response rate is just under 57 percent, which is below the national average. There are a number of parishes where the rate is in the 30s and 20s. Please consider using your system’s communications channels to encourage employees, families and other stakeholders to complete the 2020 Census.

    The 2020 Census count impacts the federal funds that communities receive each year for programs and services that are critical for schools, students and younger children, such as:

    • Special education, Head Start, after-school programs, and classroom technology
    • Food assistance, including free and reduced-price school lunches
    • Maternal and child health programs
    • Planning, preparedness and recovery efforts for national emergencies, including COVID-19

    Self-responses, which can be completed online, by phone or by mail until September 30, ensures federal funding to support Louisiana students.

    The Department encourages school systems to explore the 2020 Census Toolbox to find general resources and activities specially designed to be engaging and appropriate for each grade level, from counting for kindergarteners to examining career statistics for high schoolers.

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  • Welcome Back Video

    Posted by web administrator on 9/5/2020
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  • Virtual Open House

    Posted by webmaster on 8/4/2020

    Editable Neon Virtual Open House & Back to School Presentation

    To view our virtual open house go to flipgrid.com/726b7a88

    View the videos from Mrs. Gibbons, Mrs. Lapoint, and Mr. Foulcard

    to get an overview of important information.  

    Also, be sure to view your child's grade level video so that you can

    meet teachers and learn about procedures.  

    In addition, there are a variety of videos avaliable to meet other

    members of our Hattie Watts Family.

     

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  • Virtual Learning Expectations

    Posted by web administrator on 7/31/2020

    Elementary Virtual Classroom Expectations

    In order to ensure our elementary children thrive within virtual learning, they will follow a normal instructional schedule. Teachers will provide the students with a daily schedule since schedules vary from school to school. Students will be expected to log-in to their computers at 8:00 AM. Teachers will deliver direct instruction to students throughout the day. However, they will not remain on the computer all day from 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM. For example, students may be instructed to complete an activity in a workbook or in their Class Notebooks in the Microsoft Teams app. The teacher will then set a time to meet back in the class to review the work. This type of cycle can be repeated numerous times throughout the lesson. The students will get breaks between classes, have recess time, lunch time, bathroom breaks, and even a 40 – 45 minute break where they can do things around the house or outside to take the place of PE, library or art. Teachers and students have a segment of the day for intervention and remediation time. During this time, assignments will be given and time will be provided so the teacher can schedule small group intervention or remediation with students. Students may be asked to read independently or to work on Zearn, if they are not working in a small group with the teacher. Additionally, teachers will be available for office hours if parents and student have questions.

    Parents, you will be given more specific details. We are just wanting to give you an example day for an elementary virtual student, so that you know what to expect.

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  • Hattie Watts COVID 19 Precautions

    Posted by web administrator on 7/28/2020

    The list of COVID 19 guidelines and precautions can be found on the 

    Hattie Watts Homepage Under E-Flyers.

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  • School Supply List 2020-2021

    Posted by Web administrator on 6/19/2020

    The Hattie Watts School Supply can be found on the 

    Hattie Watts Home Page Under E-Flyers.

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Welcome

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    Hattie Watts is a LEADER in ME school.

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Character Counts!

  • Monday, April 19, 2021 - April 23, 2021

    Posted by Gidget Everitt on 4/16/2021

    Student:  "Stop being afraid of what could go wrong, and start being excited for what could go right." -Tony Robins

     

    Staff: "Before you leave the house, you need to make up your mind that you're going to stay positive and enjoy the day no matter what comes your way. You have to decide ahead of time." -Joel Osteen

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SMP CyberSAFE

  • Scammers Cash in during the COVID Pandemic

    Posted by Lee Ann Hepler on 3/24/2021 12:00:00 PM

    It has been over a year since COVID-19 made its first appearance in our area. In response to the virus, we have adapted to new daily routines to help stay safe and healthykeep your distance, wear a mask, and wash your handsA few months ago, several vaccines became available, and the scammers of the world saw an opportunity. Because of these quick-thinking scammers, our new daily routines should also include keeping a watchful eye on our bank accounts and personal information and making smart decision when it comes to sharing personal information.  

     


    Man holding laptop.  “Fraudsters are always looking to take advantage of significant world events. The COVID-19 pandemic and its corresponding rapid digital acceleration brought about by stay-at-home orders is a global event unrivaled in the online age,” said Shai Cohen, senior vice president of Global Fraud Solutions at TransUnion 


     

    According to Colleen Tressler, the scammers’ newest attempt to swindle your personal information involves sending phony vaccine surveys. Ms. Tressler is with the FTC’s Division of Consumer and Business Education and in her article, she states that these opportunistic scammers are sending emails and text messages with links to surveys. These surveys appear to be legitimate, but it is all an elaborate ruse to steal your personal data. Her advice to avoid being scammed is simple 

    • Do not click on any links or open attachments.  
    • Do not call or use the number in the email or text.  
    • Do not give out your banking account, credit card, or personal information.  
    • Report scams to the FTC at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.  

    In the same way that we are vigilant in protecting our health, we must also be vigilant in protecting our financial and personal information. Just like viruses, scammers are out there looking for a weak spot to capitalize on – inoculate yourself against these scammers by keeping your information private.  

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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 8/5/2019

    CyberSAFE
    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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