Our Tiger fest is scheduled for October 31st! We are asking for volunteers to make our Fall Fest a success! If you are interested please call school and speak with Mrs. Natalia!
Our food pantry will be open after the PTO meeting on Thursday, September 14th. Please come and support our school by attending the PTO meeting. Then, checkout the pantry!
The Jefferson Parish Public School System is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank to serve families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. To donate, please send the following items to school with your child. We will accept the following donations from September 7-14. Pop-top canned meat – tuna and chicken Granola/cereal bars Peanut butter Wipes (disinfectant and baby) Toothbrushes […]
We have students throughout the year who are in need of uniforms. If you have uniform shirts, pants, shorts or skirts that you children have outgrown, please donate them to us! You can send these items in with your child or contact Mrs. Glancy at 504.374.5504. We greatly appreciate it!
The Terrytown Food Pantry will open Thursday, August 31st from 1:00 pm- 2:30 pm. It will continue to be open every Thursday thereafter at the same time. If you haven’t heard, the food pantry is where families in need can access emergency food assistance in a safe, friendly space on Terrytown Elementary’s campus. We love […]
Students will be dismissed from school at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, August 30th. Teachers will spend the afternoon planning and reviewing data to better meet the needs of the students.
Families will receive 2016-2017 LEAP scores for their students on Wednesday, August 30th.
Most parents and students are familiar with i-Ready; however, the district recently added a new program to help our students master keyboarding skills as they prepare for future online testing. Typing.com is a program that allows students to learn the keyboard in a game like manner. Students have an opportunity to win certificates as they […]
Students and teachers at Terrytown Elementary came together on Wednesday, December 21, to celebrate reading. Dressed in their warmest PJ’s, students enjoyed listening to stories read by parent volunteers and community members. Ms. Ferguson’s first grade class even had a special visit from news anchor Sally-Ann Roberts!