To My Students,
First of all, let me say that I’ve missed everyone over the past month. While I’m sure being away from school might sound good conceptually, being away in this manner and capacity has been hard. Even though we can’t meet in person right now, I look forward to continuing your education in the last part of this school year online. While remote/home learning weekly assignments has been given previously, it is now necessary to move forward with participating in and completing weekly assignments. You will access your weekly assignments through Google Classroom (the codes for this will be on the Remote Learning Assignments tab), and we will interact through that. You need to access your Google Classroom through the Clever link which can be found on the CHS website's homepage. In order to access your Clever account, you will use your student id number and birthdate to access it. Once you are logged into your Clever, you will have access to many apps; the primary two that we will be using are Google Classroom and Live Zoom.
The following description can be used as a template for my classes:
Monday : Log onto your Google Classroom and begin working on your assignment.
Tuesday: Work on your assignment and log onto the Zoom Meeting
1st period - 9:30 / 3rd period - 11:30 / 4th period - 12:30
Wednesday- Work on your assignment and watch the video that supplements the material
Thursday- Work on your assignment and log onto the Zoom Meeting
(Same times as above)
Friday- Work on and finish all assignments for the week.
All assignments must be submitted by 11:59 PM on Friday.
Phone: (504) 301-2600
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. University of New Orleans MBA University of New Orleans
Mr. Jules LeBoeuf
Jules LeBoeuf is excited to share his passion of business and entrepreneurship as you continue to prepare for either college or the workforce. His background of managing businesses, in the Healthcare and Hospitality Industries, are used to help build the knowledge and professionalism of students for life after they have graduated from High School.
Mr. LeBoeuf graduated Brother Martin High School before attending and graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration from the University of New Orleans. He continued his education at the University of New Orleans by graduating with a Master’s in Business Administration.
Mr. LeBoeuf is a resident of St. Bernard and happily married with three children. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys spending time with his family, experiencing the culture of New Orleans, avid Saints and Pelicans fan, as well as racing his Super Comp Dragster.