J.S. Aucoin Elementary

Bayou Vista Garden Club partners with Aucoin Elementary

J.S. Aucoin Elementary School’s Lion Garden Club recently received gardening instructions and donations from Bayou Vista Garden Club and its Adopt-A-School Chairman Donna Richard. On hand were, back row from left, Librarian Stacy Orlando; Lion Garden Club sponsors Mona Busbice and Scott Babin; students Dylan Le, Diego Martinez and Sara Rodriguez, Richard, students Maria Rivera and Claire Crochet, Lion Garden Club sponsor Sarah Elrhanjaoui, student Luis Espionoza, and Lion Garden Club sponsor Lisa Durham. Front row from left are students Olivia Diez, Angic Bibian, Juan Villegas, Duc Bui, Trish Pham and Aaron Boudreaux.
--Submitted Photos

Bayou Vista Garden Club Adopt-A-School Chairman Donna Richard presented a gardening program to the J.S. Aucoin Elementary School Lion Garden Club.

MCHS football players speak at J.S. Aucoin Elementary

Former J.S. Aucoin Elementary students and Morgan City High School football players Tai Nguyen, Jacob Ribardi, Frank Rangel, Lloyd Singleton and Trey Derouen kicked off Red Ribbon Week activities at the school by talking to the students about the negative effects of drugs. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Scott Tregle)

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Rogena Hartley, a science teacher at J.S. Aucoin Elementary in Amelia was named Wednesday as Louisiana Science Teachers Association’s Outstanding Elementary Science Teacher of the Year for 2014.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Rogena Hartley doesn’t feel like she’s doing anything special when she’s teaching science to fifth graders at J.S. Aucoin Elementary, but the Louisiana Science Teachers Association disagrees.

Students participate in La. Body Walk

The 4-H Junior Leadership Club assisted with the Louisiana Body Walk program at J.S. Aucoin Elementary in Amelia. Seated is Caitlin Petitfils, Hanson Memorial High School. Standing from left is McKaila Darden, Centerville High School; Jhalon Thomas, Hanson Memorial; Kaeley Hill, Berwick High School and Carl Taylor Stirling, Hanson Memorial. --Submitted photo

What really happens to that sandwich you eat after you swallow it? Students at J.S. Aucoin Elementary School in Amelia found out as they toured the Louisiana Body Walk exhibit March 17.

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