At Raceland Upper Elementary, our vision is for all students to have the foundation and framework to be College and Career ready.
Raceland Upper Elementary Will Empower All Students to take Responsibility For Their Academic Success. Growing Leaders, One Child at a Time.
Care for all people and property!
Be ready to learn!
Show respect for all!!
Please see link below to complete the 2017 Annual Parent Survey!
At RUES, we are actively growing and developing the relationships of students, parents, and staff. Parental Involvement is the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities. Parental Involvement ensures that parents play an integral role in assisting their child's learning. Please see below for important information year round regarding out Parental Involvement initiatives.
* Any parent wishing to view or receive resources are encouraged to visit our Parent Resource Center *
Please contact Mrs. Becnel for more information.
2016-2017 Title I Parental Involvement Plan
2016-2017 Home-School Compacts
- Home-School Compact 3rd graderevised.doc
- Home-School Compact 4th grade.doc
- Home-School Compact 5th grade.doc
2016-2017 Flu Season Information
Ideas to help at home
Family Engagement on Demand
Lafourche Parish School District has partnered with Successful Innovations to offer Lafourche families a free on-demand resource to support their children in the classroom. Lafourche parents now have access to a library of how-to videos with exercises and activities to help accelerate your child’s learning – all in the comfort of your home.
To Register, go to https://si4allonline.com/lafourche/
Once registered, to access videos, click MENU in the top right hand corner of your screen then click ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. You will then be able to view videos available to you.
We believe that our true mission is to provide our students with the knowledge and decision-making skills necessary to assume their roles as leaders in this world. As a school community we believe that each child possesses endless potential and that our most important job is to unlock that potential. We are proud of each of our students and celebrate their differences.
In order to do this we must continue to teach them about important character traits such as honesty, tolerance, integrity, and respect. In addition, we must challenge them to make a difference both in our school and the community in which they live. However, our staff cannot do this alone.We recognize and value that parents should be the most important adults in a child’s life. We applaud each of you for the care and love you show your children and appreciate that you have chosen Raceland Upper Elementary as your child’s school.
We invite you to come to our school often. We encourage you to make every attempt possible to volunteer or just visit our classrooms, attend Open House, parent involvement activities, and parent-teacher conferences throughout the school year. We are proud of our school, and we want you to be too. Look over and search our website, and email me with any questions or feedback. I am proud to be the Principal of this great school and to be working with such wonderful parents, students and staff. Have a great year!
Mrs. Tina Guidry
Upcoming School Events
Student of the Month BreakfastRaceland Upper Elementary School
Jean Fundraiser for CLHS Project Graduation
$2 StaffRaceland Upper Elementary School
6:30 Cubby Cafe
$2 Adults $1 ChildrenRaceland Upper Elementary School
Christmas Dance 1-3
Concessions will be soldRaceland Upper Elementary School
Christmas Break No schoolRaceland Upper Elementary School
We ♥ RUES
Academic Goals 2016-2017
2015-2016 School Report Card
All students will be able to read, write, speak, listen, and problem solve in all subjects that they are studying.
Our SPS Goal is to achieve an 85 B by the end of next school year 2017-18. Our current SPS is a 77, so we have to grow 4 points this year to an 81 SPS by the end of this school year.
Our district assessment goal for grades 3-5 is that all students will score a 75% or above on the ELA and Math common district assessments.
To Report child Abuse and Neglect
To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) child protection hotline at
1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.