Layla Garrett Honored at
Visiting the Louisiana Governor’s mansion was exciting, but perhaps even moreso was winning third place in the state’s 13th Environmental Awareness Art and Language Arts Contest.
Waller student Layla Garrett attended the June 23 awards reception at the Governor’s Mansion in Baton Rouge, along with Principal Lisa Nix, Assistant Principal Stacy Pollard and Layla’s first grade teacher Jamie Prock.
Garrett’s drawing of a blue heron was awarded third place in the art contest for ages 5-7. She drew it during the 2014-15 school year, when Prock led her class in a study about blue herons.
New Track at Princeton Named
After Two Coaches
A new walking track at Princeton Elementary was dedicated May 28, bearing the names of two former coaches and educators who made a tremendous impact on ...more
Important Information About Registration For Kingston Elementary
It's almost time to register your child for Kindergarten at Kingston Elementary.
On April 22, parents can drop by the school where they are currently zoned (Benton or Legacy Elementary) to register their child.
Completed registration packets will be given to Kingston Elementary once the attendance zone is approved by the U.S. Justice Department and finalized.