Welcome Back to School, Panthers!

 

Woodlawn High School began the 2018-2019 school year on Thursday, August 9th, welcoming back over 1,260 students. Thursday, students went to their four A Day classes. Students finished the week going to their four B Day classes.

 

2018 Open House Scheduled

 

Woodlawn High School would like to invite all parents to come to Open House on Monday, August 20th at 6 pm. Parents can expect to be welcomed by Mr. Stevens before following their student’s schedules and meeting teachers.

 

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Welcome Back to School, Panthers!

 

Woodlawn High School began the 2018-2019 school year on Thursday, August 9th, welcoming back over 1,260 students. Thursday, students went to their four A Day classes. Students finished the week going to their four B Day classes.

 

2018 Open House Scheduled

 

Woodlawn High School would like to invite all parents to come to Open House on Monday, August 20th at 6 pm. Parents can expect to be welcomed by Mr. Stevens before following their student’s schedules and meeting teachers.

 

Home of the Panthers!

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Woodlawn High Band: Parading Around

Sarah Hayden, '17 Woodlawn High School’s Marching Band participated in several Mardi Gras parades over the past few weekends, including the Krewe of Orion and Krewe of Mystique de la Capitale. The marching band takes part in parades each year to raise money for new equipment, instruments, and new uniforms....
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DECA Attends Career Development Conference

Woodlawn High School DECA students attended the Louisiana 2017 Career Development Conference at the Baton Rouge Radisson. Four of Woodlawn's most talented DECA students competed in the Marketing Internship Interview Event on the morning of March 6, 2017. After much hard work and dedication to this event, students were finally...
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Culture Club Provides Stage for Talent

These kids, man. These kids. These kids are amazing. And we didn’t recognize it. Not soon enough, at least. Not until they were almost gone. Luckily for us, Tarquin Kenner came around. Kenner, a 24-year old paraprofessional at Woodlawn High School, brought an idea from his alma mater, Destrehan High...
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Woodlawn High Partners with Neighbors Federal Credit Union

Woodlawn High School is proud to announce that they are partnering with Neighbors Federal Credit Union to offer a Woodlawn High School Mascot Card. Neighbors continues the tradition of supporting local schools through the Mascot Card, a customized debit card program. The Mascot Card serves as a perpetual fundraiser for...
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Blurred Lines

Yusra Chabayta, '18 On February 24, 2017, Woodlawn High School presented Blurred Lines, a Black History Program for Black History Month. Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans...
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Panthers Presented with Performance Award at Cardboard Boat Challenge

Ashley Martin, '17 EBR recently hosted their first annual “Float Your Boat” challenge. The premise of the challenge was to create a boat strictly out of cardboard and packing tape to float two people for one minute. Spending around a week designing and building, Woodlawn created about six boats for...
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Woodlawn Cheerleaders Continue at the Next Level

Cheering has been a passion for Brysten Jacob for much of her life. She began cheering as a seven year old for her cousin's little league team in her home town of New Iberia, Louisiana. Ever since then, the nineteen year old freshman has relished the opportunity to cheer on...
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Woodlawn High School’s Fine Arts Department Presents “All the World’s a Stage”

The house was packed as families, friends and district representatives attended the arts showcase hosted by Woodlawn High School’s Fine Arts Department on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 in the WHS Auditorium. The showcase, entitled “All the World’s a Stage” after Shakespeare’s play by the same name, featured visual art displays,...
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Oubre Named 2017 Louisiana Educator of Excellence

Steven Oubre, Woodlawn High's ProStart teacher, was named the 2017 Louisiana Educator of Excellence by the Louisiana Restaurant Association Education Foundation earlier this month. Oubre was chosen by the board of directors of the LRAEF based on his community outreach programs for his students along with the numerous students who...
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Youth Leg Attends Conference, Burleigh Elected Floor Leader

Woodlawn High's Youth Legislature went to the Louisiana Youth and Government Youth Legislature Conference for the second year in a row. The conference was attended by over 400 Louisiana students. Woodlawn was represented by Brennan Burleigh, William Casey, Luca Gambelli, and Lauren Stevens. Each Woodlawn student had a bill introduced...
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Build Season in Full Gear for Panthrobotics

The Panthrobotics team has been working diligently to complete their competition robot for the past month and have one last week to complete the robot build process before going to their first competition March 9th through the 11th in Little Rock, Arkansas. Panthrobotics will then complete in New Orleans at...
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Youth Legislature to Attend Louisiana Conference

The Louisiana YMCA Youth Legislature conference is three-day conference held each spring that engages high school students from across the state at every level of state government. Students assume roles in all three branches of government and the news media as they debate issues of local and state importance. Through...
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Woodlawn Attends State Beta Convention

The Louisiana State Senior Beta Convention was held February 8th through 10th at the Baton Rouge River Center. The theme for the convention was "Beta Above and Beyond." The State Beta Convention gives students the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitions, giving them an arena to showcase their...
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State Representative James Visits Woodlawn High

State Representative Edward "Ted" James visited Ms. Hawkins' World History and African-American Studies classes on Friday, February 10th for a brief but detailed discussion on important issues. The discussion began on the governmental level and the importance of elected officials. Representative James then visited the different offices and jobs within...
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