Due to fear of harsh weather, Homer High School Prom is being rescheduled for Sunday evening 5:30 – 8:30. The safety of our students is above all else.
LEAP 2025 Algebra I Test is scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Mrs. Woods’ has uploaded some review links to her website. Click the link below to visit her site.
Thursday, October 11, 2018 will be a half day for students. Buses will run at 12 noon. Parents may pick up report cards between the hours of 1:00 PM and 5:30 PM. There will be a sign in sheet for parents to sign in. You may go and chat with teachers if you’d like, but please remember they cannot speak to you about specifics if other people are in the room. This is a time for you to get general information regarding your child’s classes and his/her expectations as a Homer High School student. If you want a more in depth and more specific conference, please schedule one with the teacher and an administrator.
Homecoming Parade and Community Peprally
Monday October 1st, 2018
Dress like your favorite teacher.
Amber Mack won dressing up as Coach Carruth
Tuesday October 2nd, 2018
Cranium(Dress Like a Nerd)
Mr. Mitchell’s 3rd hour Sophomore Class represents!!
Powder Puff Game
Coach Carruth vs Coach Casey
Homecoming Coronation Pics
Great win on last Friday night against Arcadia. Final score was 44-40!!!! Pictures have been added under the football section of the website.
Homer High School has been selected for KTBS Channel 3 Spirit School of the Week with Rick Rowe. The football stadium will be opened at 5:45 a.m. Buses will pick up at 5:20 a.m. at Mt. Olive School and at Arizona Store also at 5:20 a.m. Students who participate in the live pep rally at 6:00 a.m. may wear spirit shirts and jeans. The jeans can have NO holes, rips, or tears. If no spirit shirt is available, students may wear school uniform shirts. ONLY students participating in the televised pep rally will be allowed to stay in jeans at school. We appreciate the opportunity to showcase Homer High School in a positive light and look forward to seeing all who can attend.
Mrs. Owens and the Library Club would like to thank all of the students, teachers, administrators, donors, and community supporters who helped to make this school year so successful. From the Scholastic Book Fair in the fall to the Social Studies and Science Fairs in the spring, we have had a busy and productive year. We have added more than one hundred new books to the library collection and continued our literacy initiatives with Career Projects and the Volunteer Reader Program. We also want to say a special “thank you” to donors such as The Lisa Libraries of New York, The Historic New Orleans Collection, Claiborne Parish Farm Bureau, Adoptaclassroom.org, and the White-Reinhardt Foundation for sponsoring many of our programs this year.
Participants in the State Science Fair traveled to the Vieux Carre thanks to funds donated by The Historic New Orleans Collection. Images courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection, photographs by Melissa Carrier.
Mariah West, Chandler Glanc, Maria Lumbreras, and Mr. Simms check out primary source documents in the Reading Room at The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Mr. Simms, Maria Lumbreras, Mariah West, Chandler Glanc, and Mrs. Owens pose with Mardi Gras Krewe regalia, part of the collection of historic artifacts archived at The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Students at Homer Elementary received Reading Prizes at the annual Awards Day. Thanks to a grant funded by The Lisa Libraries of New York, top readers were presented with books to take home.