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Mia Martinez

Gina Trahan

Nicole Hayes

Crystal Hebert

Annette Foret-Lagarde



Michelle Berthelot - Para

Janet Brunet - Para

Mary Johnny - Para

Danielle Parfait - Para

Valerie Felarise - Para


2020-2021 Goals


By the end of the 2020-2021 school year, 60% of the prekindergarten students will improve their ability to process and retain ELA skills, information and concepts.  


By the end of the 2020-2021 school year, 60% of prekindergarten students will improve their ability to process and retain math skills, information and concepts.  


Pre-K Teachers and Paras

Mia Martinez Ms. Martinez has over 20 years experience with the parish.  She received her BA in Education and went on to obtain her M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and is also certified as an Early Childhood Interventionist as well as a Librarian.  Ms. Martinez has 2 children and models her classroom around the motto of having fun while learning and to always be kind and love one another.  
Gina Kraemer Mrs. Kraemer has been teaching for over 20 years at Honduras.  She received her Masters in Early Childhood Education from Nicholls.  She loves spending free time with her children.  Her goal for all her students is to develop a love for school and a love for learning.  
Nicole Hayes Mrs. Hayes is a 25+ year veteran teacher with a B.S. in child, Family & Social Services as well as a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Nicholls.  Mrs. Hayes encourages her students to become life long learners.  
Annette Lagarde Mrs. Foret-Lagarde has been teaching for over 10 years.  She is a graduate of Nicholls with a M. Ed. in Early Childhood Education and is currently working towards her doctorate.  
Crystal Hebert Mrs. Hebert has been teaching for over 8 years and is certified in birth to 5 early intervention.  She is a graduate of Nicholls and looks forward to seeing her students thrive in school. 
Janet Brunet Janet Brunet  is a Pre-K para helping with Mrs. Hebert's class.  
Mary Johnny Mary Johnny is a Pre-K para helping with Mrs. Hayes's classroom. 
Danielle Parfait Danielle Parfait is a Pre-K para working with Mrs. Foret-Lagarde's class.
Michelle Berthelot Michelle Berthelot is a Pre-K para working with Ms. Martinez. 



Early Childhood Programs

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Attendance for Pre-K Programs

Once a child is enrolled in the Terrebonne Parish School District's Pre-K Program, he/she is subject to attendance laws. Attendance is posted and tracked daily. In addition, attendance of all prekindergarten students is also reported to the state.  The grant that funds the program requires that all Pre-K students be in attendance at least 74% of every given month, or funding for that student will be withheld.

Due to this strict guidance, the Terrebonne Parish School District is at liberty to drop students from the Prekindergarten Program when too many unexcused absences are accrued in a particular month.

The following guidelines must be followed for Prekindergarten attendance:

  1. A parent or doctor excuse must be sent every time your child is absent
  2. This excuse must be sent to school the day that your child returns to school

Excused absences are:

  1. Illness - parent and/or doctor excuse
  2. Death of a family member
  3. Extenuating Circumstance - approved by school principal

If no excuse is turned in, the following procedure will be followed:

  1. 1st unexcused absence - teacher contacts the parent
  2. 2nd unexcused absence - Parent/Teacher/Principal Conference
  3. 3rd unexcused absence - Parent/Teacher/Principal/Prekindergarten Coordinator Conference
  4. 4th unexcused absence - referred to Prekindergarten Supervisor