Message from the Principal
At RLE, “We will be a School of Excellence!” Our priority is to ensure that every student achieves success by building their foundations academically and socially. The school’s mission encompasses the whole learner and our desire to ensure that each child is successful in life. We set high expectations for our teachers, staff, and students and strive to provide each child with the best education possible. Our students make us proud each and every day by showing us growth both academically and socially. Thank you for sharing your children with us. Together, we can accomplish great things for our children at Raceland Lower Elementary.
We will have our first school wide family/child activity where our literacy night "Goes Camping". Please come out and join us on October 18 at 6pm and enjoy some activities to make/play with your child. We will also have hot dogs and chili that you MUST purchase ahead of time. We will end out night under the tent and stars reading a story. Please fill out the blue card sent home with your child and return to school. You must pay in advanced for hot dogs and water if you plan to eat with us.
Red Ribbon WeekRaceland Lower Elementary School
Family First Night/Trick R TreatRaceland Lower Elementary School
Family First Night Trunk or TreatRaceland Lower Elementary School
Happy HalloweenRaceland Lower Elementary School
Growing Leaders at RLES
Expectation, Vision, and Mission Statement
- The Vision for our School of Excellence: Everyone learns every day through effective instruction – with the mission of building foundations, so our students become well-rounded, solid students.
Sparkling Smarty Ants
73.9% of students in Amber Gautreaux's class (Gautreaux's 2017-18 Class) met recommended times last week.
68.4% of students in Ashley Labat's class (Labat's 2017-18 Class) met their recommended times last week.
56.5% of students in Danielle Legendre's class (Legendre's 2017-18 Class) met their recommended times last week.
We are so excited at the amount of responses we got back from parents to join PFC. We will elect officers right before our Literacy Night on the 18th. If you would like to run for an office of PFC please let Beth Bonvillain know. You can also join us at the election meeting. If you would like to sign up for PFC please see Mrs. Beth Bonvillain for a sign-up paper.
September Student of the Month
Rhyder Jenkins, Jack Cheramie, Jonah Robinson, Joseph Domangue, Brynn Matherne, Mailk Nassar, Ty'Heem Matthews, Jessi Savitts, Janiya Bougere, Wyatt Baudoin, Gracie Blanchard, Brianna Smith, Camden Gautreaux, Blake Braud, Lois Owens, Tia Landry, Azyron Gray, Amiren Marts, Persia Johnson, Austin Kimberly
Faculty Fun and Learning
To Report Child Abuse and Neglect
To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) child protection hotline at
1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.