Monday, December 23, 2013

CAPPS Program

The CAPPS after-school program is currently in its fifth year of service to the students in the Louisville Municipal School District. Students in grades five through 12 continue to receive tutorial services for mathematics and reading. Students attending the CAPPS program also have the opportunity to complete art projects, participate in various learning games, develop good character through character education, and participate in PE activities. 

 CAPPS meets Monday-Thursday from 2:45-3:00 and is open to all students in grades five through 12 in the Louisville Municipal School District. Students attending Grace Christian School and Winston Academy are also eligible to attend the CAPPS program.

CAPPS will not meet during the Christmas break, but will resume on Wednesday, January 8, 2014. The CAPPS staff would like thank the parents of our students for their continued support, and we want to wish each of our students and their families a Happy Holiday Season. For more information about the CAPPS After-school Program, contact our office at 662-773-2035.

DREAMS Program at Noxapater

The Dillard’s Reading, Enrichment, Art, Mathematics, and Science (DREAMS) Program is in full swing in the Louisville Municipal School District. Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students enrolled in DREAMS receive 30 minutes of reading tutoring during the day. During the after-school program, they have the opportunity to participate in various learning activities including reading games and activities, mathematic tutoring, homework assistance, PE, character education, and art. 

 The DREAMS after-school program runs Monday through Friday and serves students at Fair and Louisville Elementary Schools and Nanih Waiya and Noxapater Attendance Centers.

DREAMS will not meet during the Christmas break, but will resume on Monday, January 6, 2014. The DREAMS staff would like to wish each of our students and their families a Happy Holiday Season. For more information about the DREAMS After-school Program, contact our office at 662-773-2015.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

November Student of the Month


Elementary Resource- Tristan Howard
Pre-K- Kameron Lewis, Jordan Duett
Kindergarten- Peyton Carlisle, Bobbie Windham
1st Grade- Jy'kavius Riddle, Andie Kay Parker
2nd Grade- Landon Woods, Maddie Parker
3rd Grade- James Kugle, Airreon McWilliams
4th Grade- D. J. Kelly, Karly Reed
5th Grade- Lane Bailey, Morgan Trosper
6th Grade- Chase Ray, Emma Roark
7th Grade- Jamarcus Crosby, Lexi Thomas
8th Grade- Ty Duran, Gracy Moore
9th Grade- LaAnthony Robertson, Kiera Phillips
10th Grade- Thomas Gunnin, Keira Phillips
11th Grade- Jarrius Carter, Lacy Stone
12th Grade- David Parker, Anna Claire Webb

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Active Parent

November is "Active Parent" month at the Family Center. The center will hold workshops to assist parents with the new link on our school web site called "Active Parent." The link can be used to give parents access to their child's grades, attendance, and discipline. School counselors will provide information on how to access this link and navigate the tools on "Active Parent." Parents of students in PreK- 6th grade can attend the workshop on November 7 at the family center from 5:00 until 6:00 P.M. Students in grades 7th- 12th can attend the workshop on November 14 at the family center from 5:00-6:00 P.M.

October Student of the Month

 Elementary Resource: Clay Kugle
Pre-K: Kaden Holdiness, Jackie Clay
Kindergarten: Jacob Allen, Mackenzie Bealis
1st Grade: Brady Ellison, Jade Hollingshed
2nd Grade: Jacob Winters, Sierra Jenkins
3rd Grade: Tyrese Hathorn, Shelby Boatner
4th Grade: Joshua Robinson, Ella Peterson
5th Grade: Bryan Winters, Mia Smith
              6th Grade: Kyler Carter, Jenna Wilkes


7th Grade: Dalton Keen, Princess Welch
8th Grade: Demeret Woods, Yolanda Cooper
9th Grade: R.J. Pierce, Savannah Ashmore
10th Grade: DeAndre Whitfield, Ashley Kelly
11th Grade: Jamie Carter, Hunner Ray
12th Grade: Austin Snow, Emily Mills

Friday, October 11, 2013

September Student of the Month

Resource: Matthew McDonald   PreK: Gavin Williams, Skie Lynch   Kindergarten: Noah Edwards, Heidi Eudy   1st Grade: Corbin Stapelton, Alexandria Lynch   2nd Grade: Kaden Carter, Avalien McWilliams   3rd Grade: Scott Pierce, Makayla Bartholomew   4th Grade: Aaron Lampley, Callista Woods   5th Grade: Landon Bailey, Jada McMichael   6th Grade: Quinton Jordan, Cheyenne Thrash



7th Grade: Dawson Boyette, Erica Robertson   8th Grade: DeAriel Harrison, Angel Froberg   9th Grade: Darius Thrasher, D'Mya Rash   10th Grade: Tylon Brantley, Merideth Yates   11th Grade: Chase Jordan, Kiara McDonald   12th Grade: Jawon Miller, Trekena Carter   High School Resource: Nelson Jordan

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Reading Oasis Book Fair

The Library Book Fair will begin Thursday, October 3, and will end Friday, October 11. The book fair will be open for Parent Night, Monday, October 7, directly following the PTA meeting. Reading Fair information will also be given at this time. This year we are excited about giving parents the opportunity to order books from our online book fair. You can visit our online fair at http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/noxapaterattendancecenter.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Open Letter to Parents Concerning School Attendance

This information was provided by Louisville Elementary Principal Belinda Swart but applies to all students and schools in the District.

Dear Parents or Guardians:

The Mississippi legislature enacted House Bill #1530 during the 2013 Session that states a student absent for more than 37% of his/her unique instruction day is to be considered absent for the entire school day.

“MDE has interpreted that the intent of the House Bill NO.1530 is to calculate 63% of the individual student’s instruction day, not 63% of the school’s instructional day. Each individual student’s instructional day will vary based upon the local school board’s policy for early release of high school students, IEPs, dual cred/dual enrollment, participation in extra-curricular activities, etc.”

Throughout a student’s school day, most of the student’s time is spent being instructed. However, there are a few exceptions such as recess, lunch, and between classes. Depending upon the grade and teacher, each child has a different instructional schedule. Basically, in order to be considered present, a child must be in attendance for 63% of their instructional day. If not, a child will be considered absent.

Also, please notice that the Louisville Municipal School District handbook policy clearly states that a parent or guardian cannot sign a student out of school after 2:00 without proof of a doctor’s appointment. Please make sure you are following the policy.


Thanks for your help.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Congrats to our Teachers Recognized by Walmart!!

Walmart teamed up with the Louisville Municipal School District to recognize and reward teachers with their 2013 Teachers Reward Program.  The nationwide program rewards teachers for their excellence in the classroom. Congrats to our Noxapater teachers whose students excelled on state tests:
Kristian Swearingen, Julie Stockton, Angel Chennault, LeAnn Boswell, Kari Halfacre, Elton Rash and Kristen Kirkland

Our Teachers with Superintendent McMullan and Gwenita Mays of Walmart

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

2013 Homecoming


Homecoming ceremonies will be held at halftime on September 27, 2013. Game time is 7 pm.

Friday, September 6, 2013

                         High School Students of the Month

                                              August

 Resource--Kolanda Cooper, Matthew Edwards; Seventh Grade-- Caylee Carter, Zach Kimbriel; Eighth Grade-- Ashley Clark, Depodray Coburn; Ninth Grade-- Simone Coburn, Hayden Pierce; Tenth Grade-- Haley Hardy, Dominique Corbitt; Eleventh Grade-- Lea Anthony, Payton Ashmore;
Twelfth Grade-- Alexus Dodd, Mitchell Lewis 


Students of the Month

                          
August Students of the Month

Elementary

Resource -- Brayden Lyon,  Kindergarten -- Jonah Robinson, Tierra Jenkins, First Grade -- Zack Lloyd, Kaitlyn Thrash, Second Grade -- M.J. Harrison, Tanyah Woodson, Third Grade -- Seth Kugle, Laney Boatner, Fourth Grade -- Connor Thrash, Andrea Williamson, Fifth Grade -- Na'Kwan Haralson, Nona Wilkes, Sixth Grade -- Jacob Doster, Samantha McVay

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

DREAMS Grant to Help Kindergarten through 4th Grade at Noxapater/Nanih Waiya and Louisville

Our kindergarten through 4th grade students will benefit from a $1.9 million grant cooperation between LMSD and MSU over the next 5 years with tutoring and interventionist programs as well as a summer enrichment program!
LMSD Board with MSU Officials as $1.9 million grant announced

Saturday, August 24, 2013

MSU and LMSD to Announce Grant Funding

On Monday, August 26, 2013, The College of Education at Mississippi State University and the Louisville Municipal School District will hold a press conference announcing new grant funding for the Louisville Municipal School District in partnership with the College of Education at Mississippi State University at 5:00 p.m.at the Louisville Municipal School District’s Central Office. A reception honoring Dr. Susan Gregory Dillard will immediately follow the press conference.

Friday, August 23, 2013

NOXAPATER HOMECOMING COURT 2013

Queen -- Anna Claire Webb

Lady in Waiting -- Emily Mills

Senior Maids -- Maya Rose Wilmer
                            Alicia Rush

Junior Maids -- Lea Anthony
                          Lacy Stone

Sophomore Maids -- Kyria Carter
                                   Ashley Kelly

Freshman Maids -- Lexus Riggs
                                Simone Coburn

Eighth Grade Maids --  Makayla Jordan
                                       Maddie Edwards

Seventh Grade Maids -- Raleigh Parker
                                         Caylee Carter

Little Princess -- Jakeya Pippen
 Little Prince --  Carter Hunt



Tuesday, August 20, 2013

School Day Pictures - Friday, August 23

School day pictures will be taken Friday, August 23 for all students, faculty and staff. Students can wear a non- uniform shirt. Photos will begin at 8:00 am so don't be late.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Meet Our New Principal!!

Mr. Thomas Brooks is the new principal at Noxapater Attendance Center. Mr. Brooks is a native of Vardaman, MS.  He has been a teacher and head basketball coach at West Point High School and Kosciusko High School.  Mr. Brooks also served as an assistant principal at Kosciusko High School.  He has nineteen total years of service in the US Armed Services.  Eleven years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps and eight years in the Mississippi Army National Guard.  Mr. Brooks is currently the commander of the 1387th Quartermaster Company.   

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Welcome Back Students!!

Faculty and staff welcome all our students back to Noxapater Attendance Center!!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Look Here for Current Updates

With our new website design, we now have more options for keeping our students, parents and community informed of what's happening at Noxapater Attendance Center. Follow us on Twitter  and also right here on your PC, tablet or smartphone. A mobile version of this site is available for your phone.

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We're looking forward to a great school year!!

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