I. A. Lewis School

Home of the Rams

Principal’s Message

Principal: Mrs. Shavonne Price

sprice@lincolnschools.org

 

Coordinating Teacher:

Mr. Stanley Lewis slewis1@lincolnschools.org

 

Secretary: Jessica Tolar

jessica.tolar@lincolnschools.org

 

Instructional Facilitator: Melanie Lewis mlewis@lincolnschools.org

 

I.A. Lewis School encourages student academic and social successes through our Positive Behavioral and Intervention Supports system.  Our faculty, staff and teachers are divided into four teams.  We encourage positive competition around the school, especially in the areas of student responsibility, academic success, and good behavior.  Our teachers encourage their teams, peers encourage each other, and administrators are there to provide support.  Our rewards include field trips, parties, dances, gift cards, and jeans passes--just to name a few.  We also encourage parents to get involved by actively working with their child in the Ram Pride Folder and by using positive encouragement through positive expectations.  At I.A. Lewis, learning is FUN!!

PBIS

The ABCs of Bullying Training for LPSB Employees (click this link for instructions).

Text Box: 2013-2014
School Hours:
8:00 AM - 3:05 PM

I.A. Lewis School is a wonderful and unique educational setting for Lincoln Parish sixth graders. It is our mission to ensure academic achievement for all students. To achieve this mission for the 2013-14 school year, we have returned to a seven-period day in order to focus more on core subjects of  English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. We have also returned our  Intervention Before Enrichment (IB4E) to provide more one-on-one support and to give our students a small break from the rigor we give to our students each and every day.  When students need extra help  or have work to complete an assignment in a major subject, they go back to their regular teachers for 23 minutes of support.

2014-2015 SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS:  In order to ensure Louisiana students are prepared for college and Louisiana's economy, our state is moving to higher standards and new assessments.  The Louisiana Department of Education will highlight one sample question each day to help Louisiana educators and families preview Louisiana's new 2014-15 assessments.  These new assessments were developed with significant input from Louisiana educators who have served as key partners in identifying content for the test, developing the specific items, and guiding the technology specifications.  Click on the following link to access the sample "Question of the Day!"