As a part of National Engineers week, more than 16-hundred local middle school and high school students visited The University of New Orleans to learn about the wonders of engineering. Click on the headline to read more about the event and see of Phoenix High School students speaking about the event.
Phoenix High School hosted STEM Night on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 5 PM. Families came out to and enjoy activities centered around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. This was a fun family event.
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This "Co-design" process emerged from a robust public engagement effort that got its start in Plaquemines Parish in spring 2016, when local philanthropic group the Foundation for Louisiana teamed up with community planning and design firm Concordia and a host of environmental groups from the New Orleans area to define a new process for helping communities live in increasingly vulnerable coastal areas.
Parents of 2nd through 6th Grade Students – We’ve heard your cries for help and are happy to share some great resources. On the school’s website homepage, select Parents – Math Support – and choose your child’s grade level. Choose the module and lesson number your child’s class is currently working on.
The meeting was one in a series staged by LA SAFE (Louisiana's Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments), a federally funded project to design ways of making vulnerable coastal communities more resilient to climate change and other threats.
The Plaquemines Parish School Board will be hosting Safe Communities/Safe Schools Nights during the week of November 13th along with our preventative partners from the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Plaquemines Community Care Center, and the Plaquemines Parish District Attorney’s Office.
Phoenix High School is an amazing school. The mission of Phoenix High School is to enable students to learn and achieve to their full potential. Our school has a caring and hardworking staff that truly desires to help each child reach their potential. The custodial and maintenance teams have done an amazing job getting our school ready for the school year. Our teachers put in many extra hours ensuring the curriculum and classrooms were prepared for the students. At the same time, our vision of education extends far beyond the classroom. We encourage our students to involve themselves in extra curricula activities. Educational experiences extend far beyond the classroom. Students have the opportunity to participate fully on the sporting field, on the stage, in leadership activities, Welding courses at Nunez Community college, and Robotics. We expect high standards in all that we do at Phoenix High School. We encourage our students to excel, to work hard, and to be community minded. Of course, this website cannot take the place of visiting our School. I welcome you to visit our school by contacting us, and discovering firsthand what makes a Phoenix High School education so special. As always, my door is open to you. Feel free to call, email, or stop by to discuss any questions or concerns you may have in regards to your child. I’m excited for this school year!