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Slidell High School Class of 1995 hosts reunion weekend, June 12-14
The Slidell High School Class of 1995 will be hosting a 20th reunion weekend June 12-14 in Slidell, La., for 1995 alumni and family with festivities of a mix and mingle social, an adults-only reception and a family pool party.
The weekend kicks off June 12 with a casual social at 7 p.m. at The Landing, located at 4750 Pontchartrain Drive. The evening includes a live 80's cover band and an open deck bar area with a cash bar. Food will also be available for purchase.
Saturday evening, alumni and significant others are invited to the reunion dinner reception at Sunrise on Second, located at 153 Robert Street. Beginning at 7 p.m., the event includes hor d'oeuvres, a reception-style buffet , two adult beverages, music for dancing and an interactive photo booth, along with a program which includes "a trip down memory lane," according to co-organizer Jaimee Roussel Waldo. A cash bar is also available. Dress is semi-formal, admission is $50 per person. Advanced tickets are required for admission.
The weekend caps off June 13 with a family pool party from 2-5 p.m. at Magnolia Forest Pool, located at 400 Oak Alley Drive in Pearl River. The private party is $5 per person, $20 per family and includes lifeguards and snowballs.
Tickets for the reunion reception are available online via the "Slidell High '95 Reunion" link at www.sunriseonsecond.com. Tickets for the reunion reception are requested to be purchased prior to June 1. For more information on the SHS Class of 1995 reunion events, contact Jaimee Roussel Waldo at SlidellHigh95Reunion@gmail.com.
Class of 1990 25th Class Reunion
Saturday, July 25th, 2015
Trinity Banquet & Reception Hall
1000 Caruso Blvd., Ste. 201, Slidell, LA 70461
Please check out our Facebook Page. We will continue to update the page as needed with the reunion date fast approaching!
Also, tickets are available now through paypal.com Please send in your payments as soon as possible to avoid a late fee. Any payments received after March 1st will be charged a $20.00 late fee. Payment information is on our facebook page as well.
A new law passed by the state legislature requires that all students must provide consent in order to qualify for TOPS or college financial assistance. Students who do not turn in the form, or deny consent, will not receive TOPS. Click here for the form.
Gently Used Uniform Shirts Needed
If you have any extra GENTLY USED uniform shirts in ADULT sizes only, please drop them off in the SHS Main Office.
8:15 am-4:00 pm
State Literary Rally Results
Congratulations to the following students for their amazing performance at State Literary Rally:
Brianna Robertson - Algebra II – tied for 1st place Division 1 – Ms. S. Fortner
Ryan Fife – Financial Math – 1st place Division 1 – Mr. D. Chimento
Kaya Allen – Nutrition & Food – 4th place Division 1 – Chef S. Aucoin
Sarah Becker – Principles of Business – tied for 2nd place Division 1 – Ms. C.J. Roberts
Class Officer Election Results
Class of 2016 (future seniors) President...Alexis Jones Vice President...Taylor Sanders Secretary/Treasurer...Sarah Oliver
Class of 2017 (future juniors) President...Jaslyn Bright Vice President...Morgan Authement Secretary/Treasurer...Derrick Dupuy
Class of 2018 (future sophomores) President...MaryKelly Munster Vice President...Thad Galloway Secretary/Treasurer...Leevi Morris
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Congratulations to the SHS Band & Color Guard
I would like to thank and congratulate the band for their hard work and their success this year! The Color Guard placed 5th in the state during their competition. In two categories they had the top scores in the state. There were 6 band students who made the district or the parish honor band this year. Ashby Glover, Morrice Boutan , Tim Neighbor, Mark Porter, Nick McKnight, and Shannon Downey. The symphonic band scored straight superior ratings on stage at the competition two weeks ago. Superior is the highest possible rating. The band marched more than 25 miles of parades this year and we had many compliments from the public regarding the bands performance. Our band is back to pre-Katrina numbers and growing. I would like to thank Mr. Wild and all the band members for their school spirit and for what they provide to our school community!!!!! wcp
Literary Rally Results
Congratulations to the following students and their teachers. These students scored high enough to place at the district level, and 17 of them qualified to attend the state rally on Saturday, April 25th.
Julia Pfeifer – Accounting I – Ms. CJ Roberts – district and state qualifier
Logan Kent – Pre Calculus- Mrs. Hernandez - district and state qualifier
Brianna Robertson – Algebra II – Ms. Fortner - district and state qualifier
Kayla Nguyen – Biology II - Ms. Wolcott - district and state qualifier and overall Biology II winner
Skyler Manley – BCA – Mrs. Palao - district and state qualifier and overall BCA winner
Caleb Swenson – BCA – Mrs. Palao – district placement
Dylan Willsey – Civics- Mrs. Marshall – district placement
Matthew Marton – Civics – Mrs. Marshall - district and state qualifier
Megan Ward – English II – Mr. Osborn - district and state qualifier
Tiffany Clark – English III – Mrs. Hughes - district and state qualifier
Cameron Ordone – English IV – Mrs. Manetta - district and state qualifier
Dylan Groh – Health – Mr. Varnado - district and state qualifier and overall Health winner
Quinn Noonan – Journalism I – Mrs. Muchmore - district and state qualifier
Kayla Allen – Nutrition and Food – Mr. Aucoin - district and state qualifier
Sarah Becker – Principles of Business – MS. CJ Roberts - district and state qualifier
Sarah Derouen – Sociology – Mr. Flanigan - district and state qualifier
Elizabeth Hartley – World History – Mr. Marton - district and state qualifier and overall World History winner
Ryan Fife – Financial Math – Mr. Chimento – District winner and State Qualifier as well as overall District winner in Financial Math.
Michelle Prestwood - Spanish I – Mrs. Bostick - district and state qualifier
Congratulations Team 3946 Tiger Robotics
I would like to share our community’s accomplishment this weekend. 41 Slidell High students and 10 coaches from our community came together in October with the goal of fielding a competitive team. We were given a new sport and 6 weeks to design, build, and test an athlete to play this game.
We are a young team with little experience and relatively low funding. Despite this, your students worked 15-20 hours a week for 3 months preparing for this event. The coaches were literally hands off this entire season and tournament. All of the design, metal work, wiring, and programming was done solely by students.
We entered the FRC Bayou Regional with playoff hopes, and entered the playoffs on an alliance with Destrehan High and a school from Arkansas. In the finals we competed against an alliance of teams from Gulfport, Biloxi, and Nachez. In a best of 3 scenario we won 177-166 and 160-158.
Onward to the International Championship Tournament April 22-25 in St Louis!
The faculty and staff deserve a the lion’s share of the credit for developing a diverse, passionate, and gracious student body. I was thanked 14 times personally by event staff and other team coaches for our team's effort in volunteering to assist other teams or the event staff in a variety of functions. I am passing those on to you.
Our banner is hanging in room 610 until we figure out where we are hanging it if you want to come see.
Head Coach - Tiger Robotics
SHS Support Employee of the Year
It is now official! Mrs. Kirk has been named the High School Support Employee of the Year for the 2014-15 School Year. The award is very much deserved!---Eunice has many jobs---Handling substitutes is just one of her many responsibilities---and she does it very well, impacting all of us.
Thanks for all that you do, Mrs. Kirk. We are so proud of you!
Prostart Gumbo Cook Off
Congratulations to the Prostart classes on their recent win at the Northshore Gumbo Cookoff. All of the classes prepared gumbo, and four students worked hard on Saturday morning to cook the best gumbo on the Northshore. . The cook-off is a fundraising event benefiting Slidell Little Theater, the National Association of Women in Construction's north shore chapter and the Homeless Outreach for Youth in St. Tammany. This is the second win for Slidell high School!
Girls Varsity Soccer
The Girls Varsity Soccer team has made playoffs this year!
We congratulate the Lady Tigers, their hard work, and especially the graduating seniors (Mia Navarre, Jessica Harris and Katie Kern) and Coach Tanna Adams McNeese (SHS alumni and a member of the SHS team to be in the last play off game 10 years ago).
2014-15 SHS Student of the Year
Harrison Folse has been chosen as our Student of the Year. Although he was not the overall winner for the district, he did a wonderful job of representing our school. In case you are not aware, a great deal of time goes into creating the applicant’s portfolio.
On another note, Harrison was also one of a few students across our state chosen as a WWLTV A+ Athlete. His segment appeared on TV over the weekend but is also available for viewing by visiting wwltv.com .
Click here to view the video.
Camellia Contest Winners
1st Place Victoria Firmin (10th grade)
2nd Place Miranda Calongne (11th grade)
Honorable Mention Sarah Higgins (12th grade)
Honorable Mention Oscar Tostado (9th grade)
Winners from "Three Rivers Festival" Nov. 15 -16 downtown Covington
Winners of 2 – Dimensional Art: 9th Grade 3rd Place: Gavin Ramirez, Slidell High School
12th Grade 3rd Place: Daria Marallo, Slidell High School
Winners of 3 – Dimensional Art
2nd Place: Miranda Calongne, Slidell High School
St. Michael’s Lenda Dean Perez Memorial 3rd Annual Art Show