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  • CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Sharon Landry

    St. Bernard Parish School District's

    2018-19 Middle School Teacher of the Year

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  • NEON GLOW PARTY

    (6th, 7th, 8th Grade Dance)

     Friday, November 30 from 6:30-8:30pm   

    Tickets will only be sold Nov. 26-28 during the 2nd half of lunch in the front office lobby. Tickets are $10.00 which Includes 2 glow sticks/accessories.

    Attendance

    Any student with more than 5 days of absences must schedule a review with Mrs. Demarest before purchasing a ticket. Students must be present in school the entire day of the dance. Any student checking in late or out early must present a doctor’s note excusing the absence in order to attend.

    Attire is Casual

    STUDENTS MUST WEAR TENNIS SHOES OR SNEAKERS due to the flooring. NO OTHER TYPES OF SHOES WILL BE PERMITTED. Students may wear pants, jeans, capris, or skirts to the knee. Leggings may not be worn as pants. NO SHORTS. Bottoms may have frays but no large holes. Tops must have sleeves and can’t be low-cut. All attire must fit appropriately (not too tight or too loose). Attire must be free of profanity or any inappropriate material/graphics. Students will be sent home for any attire deemed inappropriate by the administration.  Students are encouraged (but not required) to wear neon-colored clothing.

    Debts

    All debts owed to the school (including but not limited to: ID, library, instructional fees, class fees, and athletic debts) must be paid in full before attending the dance. If the student fails to pay his/her debt, the pre-paid ticket price will be transferred toward the debt.

    Discipline

    A school dance is considered an incentive. Any student receiving a Class II referral between 11/7/18 and the date of the dance MAY NOT ATTEND. Any student who has been suspended prior to 11/7 must schedule a behavior review with Mrs. Demarest before purchasing a ticket. 

    ABSOLUTELY NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER 3:30 pm on November 28

    Refunds will not be issued after November 28, 2018 for ANY REASON

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  • N.P. Trist Middle School's Builders Club, BETA Club, and Student Council present a...

    HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE

    Drive begins on Wednesday, December 12 and ends on Monday, December 17.

    Students who donate a toy or make a monetary donation valued at $3 to $5 will earn a COZY DRESS DAY PASS to be used on Friday, December 21.

    6th Grade-Bring in toys for babies through preschool aged children.

    7th Grade-Bring in toys for elementary aged children.

    8th Grade-Bring in toys for middle to high school aged children.

    Cozy Dress Day (Pajamas, Jeans, Sweaters, etc.  More information to follow.)

    We are PROUD to partner with the Community Center of St. Bernard!

     

     

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  • 2nd 9 weeks EXAMS are December 18, 19, and 20.

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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

     

         

School News

  • Thanksgiving Food Drive

    The Trist Student Council and Builders Club coordinated a Thanksgiving Food Drive in partnership with the Community Center of St. Bernard. Our Pirate Family donated items like stuffing mix, sweet potatoes, and cake mix to create a basket of all the components necessary for a Thanksgiving Dinner for six people. We are thankful for our Trist students and staff for their generosity.

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  • Their Hearts Beat in 8 Counts

    The Trist Treasures dance team held a Saturday dance clinic for members of the Lacoste Elementary dance team. Each girl on the Lacoste team was given a t-shirt with "My Heart Beats in 8 Counts"on it. Together, both dance teams performed at the Lacoste Drug Free pep rally and at the halftime show during a Trist football game.

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  • Trist's 2018-19 Teacher of the Year

    Mrs. Sharon Landry 2018-19 Trist Teacher of the Year and St. Bernard Parish School District's Middle School Teacher of the Year.Congratulations from all of us at Trist!!!!!

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  • October Students of the Month

    October Students of the Month: 6th grade, Natyri Showers; 7th grade, Andrew Wei; 8th grade, Amado "Junior" Amador.

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  • Faces of the Pirate Pride in the Morning Show

    2018-19 N.P. Trist Middle School’s “Pirate Pride in the Morning Show” crew members. The crew members are responsible for the broadcasting of the daily morning announcements. In the bottom row: Najeeha Kahla, Abigail Coker, Catherine Wilson. Top row: Emma Abadie, Amado (Junior) Amador, Peyton Adams.

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  • September Students of the Month

    September Students of the Month: 6th grade, Allie Resendez; 7th grade, Gavin Labruzzo; 8th grade, Ayla Caillouet.

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