Epiphany Day School

Epiphany Day School is a co-educational independent school founded by Episcopalians for Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. We provide a challenging academic program enhanced by arts integration and experiential learning. We value scholarship, honor, and service. 

Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical disability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.

December Meeting & Newsletter

Thank you to all who arrived on time! We had a quick meeting this morning. We talked about attending Iberia Parish 4H events outside of school (more on that later) and our January meeting.

You can view the November/December Clover Chatter HERE. Dates to remember are on the 4th page. 

Friday, December 19th, is the Winter Dance. It will be chaperoned, and this is a great chance to meet new 4H friends outside of Epiphany! Your child received 2 tickets to attend at this morning's meeting. If for whatever reason they should lose their tickets Ms. Paulette has more in the front office. 

Our January meeting will be on Thursday, January 8th. This is the week we return to school from Christmas break, so I will remind the students again that Monday. 7:30 AM, in the science lab. Timely arrival results in doughnuts for breakfast! 

Another thing we discussed this morning was how to get in touch with me if you or your students have any 4H questions in between meetings. As I am not often in my office upstairs at EDS, but rather out and about working on new ways to spread the word about our wonderful little school - please feel free to text or call me on my cell phone at: (337)277-5803. If you prefer you can also send me an email: jjagneaux@eds-ni.com - and the students are welcome to jot down a note and leave it in my mailbox in the front office. I check all of these regularly! 

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year - Ms. Jennifer

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Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical ability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.