Award Year: 2018
Learning together, for a very bright future, every single day.
- Black/African American: 13%
- White: 68%
- Hispanic: 12%
- Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
- Asian: 3%
- Two or more races: 3%
- ELL: 9%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 89%
Small group interventions are the key to student growth.
Lewis Vincent Elementary is a quaint, suburban elementary school tucked behind a major thoroughfare just south of Denham Springs, Louisiana. Our school houses 43 dedicated, compassionate, and hardworking teachers and support staff, as well as 409 eager learners. Even as our school began to recover from the catastrophic flood of the fall of 2016, we continued our long-term goal of creating successful learners for life!
It is our belief that our children can learn and grow under our direction. Our school improvement plan focuses on the needs of all students and provides ways for students and educational staff to receive assistance and support that we can use to foster success. Keeping this in mind, we have put many efforts and funds into a new intervention initiative. This program reiterates our mission, which will give our students the necessary abilities to prepare them to become respectful, intelligent, and responsible citizens. In order to continue this mission, our administration and staff emphasizes the importance of attendance and positive behavior by using unique PBIS and Principal’s 200 Club incentives. These incentives have positively affected the climate of our school and have greatly decreased discipline problems.
Because of our dedicated teachers and support staff, we have maintained our commitments and continue to as our school achieves high standards and exemplary school performance scores. Everyone is considered a valuable member of our school family. We know what truly makes us extraordinary is…our students!