Trist Middle School

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  • Volunteer of the Year

    2019-2020 Trist Volunteer of the Year: Lisa Demarest

    Pictured: Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal), Lisa Demarest, and Denise Pritchard (Principal).

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  • 2019-2020 Support Personnel of the Year: Daria Nelson

    2019-2020 Support Personnel of the Year: Daria Nelson

    Pictured: Denise Pritchard (Principal), Daria Nelson, Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal).

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  • Trist and the Student Council Present a

    Masquerade Ball

    Friday, February 7  6:00-8:30 pm

    Tickets on Sale for $10.00  Jan. 27 - Jan. 31  ONLY

    7th & 8th grade only

    Attire is SEMI-FORMAL (see flyer for details)

    Mardi Gras Masks may be worn.  Masks may ONLY cover eyes.

    All Debts MUST be cleared to attend

    Photo Packages will be available for purchase at the dance.

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  • 2019-2020 Student of the Year with Mrs. Julie Abadie (Instructional Coach) and Ms. Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal).

    2019-2020 Trist Student of the Year: Aniya Harris

    2019-2020 DISTRICT Middle School Student of the Year

    pictured with Julie Abadie (Instructional Coach) and Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal)

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  • Ms. Chelsea Easterling announced Trist Teacher of the Year

    2019-2020 Teacher of the Year: Ms. Chelsea Easterling

    2019-2020 DISTRICT Middle School Teacher of the Year

    pictured with Denise Pritchard (Principal) and Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal).

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School News

  • Young Authors 8th grade

    8th grade Poetry: 1st place Joshua Gonzales, 2nd place Makayleigh Morrissey, 3rd place Mezeshabell Maghirang. Not pictured 1st place Zachary Whitaker.

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  • Young Authors 8th grade

    8th grade Non-Fiction: 1st place Kaitlynn Barbe’ and Bryton Navarro, 2nd place Carleigh Schaefer, 3rd place Gabrielle Thore.

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  • Young Authors 8th grade

    8th grade Fiction: 1st place Kylie Bordelon, 2nd place Kayoni Shano, 3rd place Christen LeDoux.

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  • Young Authors 7th grade

    7th grade Poetry: 1st place Keisha Galino, 2nd place Madelyne Peraira, 3rd place Kimberly Quintanilla.

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  • Young Authors 7th grade

    7th grade Non-Fiction: 1st place Kenneth Cooper and Maegen Geralds, 2nd place Hunter Dunn, 3rd place Ashia Duran.

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  • Young Authors 7th grade

    7th grade Fiction: 1st place Torin Desselle and Lance Umanzor, 2nd place Adrian Rijo.

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  • Young Authors 6th grade

    6th grade Poetry: 1st place Ethan Howell, 2nd place Olivia Sibal, 3rd place Hayden Espiritu.

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  • Young Authors 6th grade

    6th grade Non-Fiction: 1st place Liz Abreau.

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  • Young Authors 6th grade

    6th grade Fiction: 1st place Hailey Pilet, 2nd place Diana Frias-Sanchez.

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  • Cheerleaders Giving Back

    Cheerleaders Giving Back Sheriff James Pohlmann made a visit to Trist Middle School to personally thank the cheerleading squad for their kindness and generosity. Recently, the squad provided donuts and coffee for the sheriff’s office. This year, the Trist cheerleaders are really focusing on giving back to their school and community. So far along with the coffee and donuts, they have volunteered at the animal shelter, and hosted a blood drive. In their school, the cheerleaders have donated money to other clubs and plan to host a Christmas lunch for the teachers along with help from the Builders Club. Pictured bottom row: Kaiya Trowbridge, Lea Labourdette, Shelby Roussell, Madelynn Lopez, Madisyn Tait, Ryleigh Bertheaud, Alayna Roig, Madisyn Dodd, Ava Heidel, Allie Muscarello. Middle row: Alyssa Heigle, Sophia Oddo, Cassidy Nunez, Alexa Sullivan, Makenzie Dusang, Sophia Stall, Aubrei Chianelli, Kierstyn Rodrigue. Top row: Avery Johnson, Ky’Liah Cameron, Mia Belsom, Ainsley Abadie, Kaylie Hiers, Kaelyn Clomburg, Molly Schroeder, Abby Browne, Lauren Blackwell (Sponsor), Sarah Chapman (Sponsor), Sheriff James Pohlmann.

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  • Fall Terrific Teens

    N.P. Trist Fall Terrific Teens Pictured bottom row: Hailey Pilet, Kimberly Blanco Lacayo, Nya Shano, Sophia Riviere, Ryan Barattini, Laina Eiserloh, Emily Collins, Terrance Ranson, Tyler Thoulion, Adrian, Rijo. Middle row: Sanad Saeed, Kierstyn Rodrigue, Trinity Jeudevine, Alyssa Divicenti, Chelsea Jarquin, Emma Huerstel, Maria Batista, Sara Islam, Brianna Treadaway, Mezeshabell Maghirang. Top row: Tori Eagerton (Coordinator), Gabrielle Smith (Coordinator), Dorothy Steele-Hills(Chalmette Refining), Joseph Del Carmen Torres Sanchez, Kylie Bordelon, Madeline Sparnecht, Lauren Ledoux, George Wehrlin, Tyshae Brady, Derrick Irvin, Justice Jeudevine, Elijah Dubose, Connor Hartman, Kennadi Stewart, Jeffery Southerland (St. Bernard-Arabi Kiwanis Club), Olivia Sibel, Shirley Pechon (St. Bernard-Arabi Kiwanis Club), Kara Colburn (Assistant Principal). Not pictured: Constantino Montelongo.

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  • Holiday Gift Boxes

    N.P. Trist Middle School art students helped decorate Shoe Box Care Packages that will be sent to soldiers deployed to Iraq letting them know how much we appreciate them and their service to our country. Kandice Wisher, Miss Louisiana VFW, has been working with N.P. Trist and other schools to put the boxes together in time for the holidays. Pictured: Aubrey Elisar, Avery Johnston, Emily Browne, Kandice Wisher, Ky’Liah Cameron, Celine Bioc.

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  • Nominees for Student of the Year

    N.P. Trist Middle: 2019-2020 Nominees for Student of the Year Front row: Brandon Burroughs, Kylie Bordelon, Mezeshabell Maghirang, Peyton Scheeler, Sophia Menant, Gabrielle Thore, Ava Gagliano, Stone Riviere. Back row: Andrew Wei, Colby Gilchrist, Aniya Harris (Student of the Year), Daniel O'Neil, Katie Hambrice, Selina Li.

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  • BETA DISTRICT DAY

    On Sunday, November 17, the N. P. Trist Beta Club competed in the District Day competition held at South Plaquemines Elementary School. The students competed in eleven different events and qualified for state in ten events. District Day results are as follows: Apparel Design -2nd place; Book Battle - Grand Champion; Engineering Design - 3rd place; Living Literature - 2nd place; Quiz Bowl - 2nd place; Robotics - 2nd place; Speech - 3rd place; Two dimensional design - 3rd place; Group Talent - 2nd place; Songfest - Grand Champion.

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  • 2nd lunch VIP Table winner Andrew Wei

    Andrew Wei invited his friends to have lunch with him at the VIP table. (Pictured are Peyton Lee, Andrew Wei, Elmi Gonzalez, Jhed Lafuente, and Colby Gilchrist.)

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  • 1st lunch VIP table winner Madison Couture

    Madison Couture invited her friends to have lunch with her at the VIP table. (Pictured are Celine Bioc, Briah Smallwood, Bailey Harper, Macie Fernandez, and Madison Couture).

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  • Letter from the Principal:

    Welcome to N. P. Trist Middle School.  We pride ourselves on providing our students a safe environment and the educational opportunities necessary to reach their highest potential both academically and socially.  We offer a curriculum that is both rigorous and challenging.  Several high school credit courses are offered on our middle school campus.  For students interested in being involved beyond the classroom, we offer a wide range of sports and extracurricular activities.  There is something for everyone at Trist.  Our school boasts a faculty consisting of professional and caring teachers and support staff. 

     

    Trist Middle School Pirates Strive to BE RESPONSIBLE, RESPECTFUL, and POSITIVE in all that they do! 

    Denise D. Pritchard, Principal

     

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  • WEBSITE:

     Visit our school WEBSITE at http://trist.sbpsb.org For Teacher Pages, Calendar, Announcements, Student Handbook & More!!

    HOME ACCESS CENTER:

    http://hac.sbpsb.org/homeaccess Make sure you are able to access this service (with secure Login ID and Password) to review your child’s classwork, attendance, and academic progression. At our Home Access Center, you may also review your child’s registration information and emergency contact information for accuracy and completeness.

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