Christina Fontenot, Principal of Lacassine High, named finalist for the Louisiana Principal of the Year.
This year, school systems submitted about 300 nominations for Teacher and Principal of the Year. The Department named 48 semifinalists in April 2018. A state team then narrowed that pool to the 9 finalists. Ms. Christina Fontenot, Principal of Lacassine High was named a finalist Those finalists will soon participate in face-to-face interviews with state selection committees led by community and education leaders. The selection committees, comprised of past Teachers and Principals of the Year, representatives of educator associations, business groups, and others, will ultimately choose the state division-level and overall winners.
All Teacher and Principal of the Year finalists and semi-finalists will be honored and the overall state-level winners will be announced at the 12th Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Excellence Symposium and Celebration on Friday, July 27, 2018, at the Crowne Plaza Executive Center in Baton Rouge. The event is co-sponsored by Dream Teachers, a nonprofit organization that partners with businesses, industry representatives and organizations throughout the state to recognize and reward educators who model instructional excellence and dedication to serve the needs of children. Congrats to Ms. Fontenot ...Good Luck and GO Cardinals!!!!!!