|Jayson’s Daily Wild Photo Archive|
2012 - 2013 School Year
January - February - March - April - May
Thursday, May 23
See You Later...
Sophomores and juniors bid farewell to the 2012-2013 academic year after their
last exam on Thursday and welcome the start of their summer break.
Wednesday, May 22
There’s a Reason for These Smiles...
Pre-freshmen Alex Tran (left) and Nolan Lambert are all smiles as the end of exams and the school year approaches. Thursday will be the last day of scheduled exams.
Tuesday, May 21
Should I Select “A” or “B”?
Freshman Brandon Wolff poses a question to his teacher
Norm Stafford during Tuesday’s English exam.
Monday, May 20
The Break Between Exams...
In between exams on Monday morning, freshman D.J. Ogbomah (standing) and
pre-freshmen Matt Nguyen, Dylan Black, and Nick Ray take it nice and easy
in the sun-splattered Traditions Courtyard.
Friday, May 17
Acy’s Aces Celebrate the End of the Academic Year...
Blue Jays in Mr. Acy’s Greek IV class surprise and reward their teacher
with a party celebrating a successful year of studying Greek.
Thursday, May 16
An Astronomical Review...
Thursday afternoon, Mr. Wahl prepares his juniors for their astronomy exam. Astronomy is one of the many elective courses open to upperclassmen.
Wednesday, May 15
Pre-freshmen Noah Martin (left), Christian Illg, and William Rosevally appear optimistic during their lunch hour studies in the third floor hallway
on Wednesday afternoon.
Tuesday, May 14
Juniors Christian Ruppert (left), Jack Meehan, Grant Nichols, Chase Eckholdt,
James Licciardi, and Will McQueen are ready for action
in Mr. Lavie’s Algebra II class on Tuesday.
Monday, May 13
Experts on Avarice...
Pre-freshmen Dominic Baker (left) and Hunt Navar discuss their presentation
on avarice to their classmates in Mr. Michalik’s theology class.
Friday, May 10
A Project That’s Way Above Par...
With his classmates looking on, freshman Benji Creel tries out his geometry project used to teach/explain geometric reflection. Students in Mrs. Merritt’s
geometry class created projects to be used next year
to help explain geometric principles.
Thursday, May 9
Collecting for the Used Book Sale...
After completing their exams on Thursday morning, seniors John Dunn (back),
Quinn Fitzpatrick, and Trey Adams turn in their books to Mrs. Georgann Dufour for next school year’s used book sale. Underclassmate will have the opportunity
to submit their books later this month. The Used Book Sale takes place in August.
Wednesday, May 8
Morning in Traditions Courtyard...
Juniors Jacob Stansberry (left) and Evan Kramer enjoy
Wednesday morning’s cool weather in Traditions Courtyard.
Tuesday, May 7
Nothing Dull Here...
Pre-freshman Bryce Musso sharpens not only his pencil
but also his math skills at the start of class on Tuesday morning.
Monday, May 6
Pre-Freshmen in the Courtyard...
During the lunch hour on Monday in Traditions Courtyard, pre-freshmen
Jordan Kelley (back, left), Trent Dumser, Trevor Maggio, Nick Rodriguez-Ema,
Ben Roberts, Shane Seigle, Jonathan Tabora (front right),
and Jeff Ganucheau gather for a photo.
Friday, May 3
And the Solution Is...
Juniors Dominic Engolia (left), Jonathan Blanchard, Gavin Pertuit, and
Chris Young check out their readings from an acid-based solution
during their chemistry lab on Friday.
Thursday, May 2
Brother, Can You Spare a Lunch?
Seniors Zach Lannes (left), Nick Rosato, Alex Lee, and George Neyrey
politely ignore social studies teacher Dan DiRosa, as he hovers
over his students and their appetizing lunches.
Wednesday, May 1Top of the Morning...
Periodically, Blue Jays are called into the discipline office at the start of
the day to take care of a variety of school issues. Above, a smiling
sophomore John Plauche appears to be enjoying his
meeting with Top, the school disciplinarian.
Tuesday, April 30
The Barber of Carrollton and Banks...
Junior and barber Peter Belleau (right) sets up shop and welcomes his first
customer, classmate Charles Farley, to his resource center chair
Tuesday morning. Charles must have heard the rumor that Top
will soon be sweeping homerooms to check for haircuts.
Monday, April 29
Seniors Tanner Lee (left), Mitch Alexander, Joseph Kepper, Egan Robinson,
and Scout Serpas take a walk through the second floor hallway
on their way to their second period class on Monday.
Friday, April 26
Table Tennis Tournament...
Friday during the lunch hour, Blue Jays line up to compete in the annual
table tennis tournament held in the fourth floor hallway. Above,
freshman Chris Abadie (left) takes on pre-freshman Noah Baquet.
Thursday, April 25
With Spanish teacher Jon Malax as moderator and judge of this creative exercise, freshmen Tyler Welsch attempts to demonstrate an action
which his classmates must identify in Spanish.
Wednesday, April 24
Ready to Start Class...
Blue Jays in Mr. Delatte’s theology class are ready
for class on Wednesday afternoon.
Tuesday, April 23
Latin teacher Mitch Chapoton, for no particular reason, crowns a proud
sophomore Joel Epling, King of Latin. Assisting Mr. Chapoton with the
installation is his loyal minion, sophomore Patrick Cecola.
Monday, April 22
Monday Morning Math Quiz...
Pre-freshmen in Ms. Schexnayder’s first period math class are greeted
with a quiz first thing on Monday morning. Working diligently
on the quiz are Peyton Duersal (right),
Noah Baquet, and Ryan Bourdais.
Friday, April 19
Seniors in the Hall...
Seniors Paden Ruegge (left), Elliot Ordoyne, and Patrick Tullier
take a break from studying in the third floor hallway for this Wild Photo.
Thursday, April 18
Sophomore Alex Vinet (front) and freshman Matthew Zeringue
check their work carefully on recent science test.
Wednesday, April 17
Wednesday before school and during the lunch hour, students took the opportunity
to vote for those Blue Jays running for class level offices. Above, senior
Jack Culotta (right) hands freshman Thomas Hellmers a ballot.
Tuesday, April 16
“O” So Positive!
Blue Jays lined up in the student commons to donate blood for the local blood bank. Juniors Patrick Ryan (left) and Alex Letulle are just two of the special people
who donated during the school day on Tuesday.
Monday, April 15
Searching for a Brother...
Monday during the lunch hour, Blue Jays like sophomore Osman Torres (left), junior Zach Adams, and sophomore David Senentz are volunteering to be a part of
the Big Brother program, a group of students who help Little Brothers--
incoming eighth or ninth graders who will start Jesuit next school
year-- with their transition to high school life.
Friday, April 12
Se Habla What?
Friday morning, Mrs. Merle Palacios and her students-- juniors Ivan Hidrovo (left), Herbert Spurlock, senior Bo Devenport, and junior Charles Farley--
critique poor translations of Spanish text into English.
Thursday, April 11
Poetry on the Road...
Seniors from Mr. Prados’s English V class visit Mrs. Dupuis’s English I class
for a brief poetry reading on Thursday morning.
Wednesday, April 10
Let’s Talk Spanish...
Senior Jeremy Vezina (right) “interviews” with Spanish teacher Andy Dykema
for an engineering job. This interview, conducted in Spanish, was
part of a project for Ms. Nilda Rivera’s Spanish class.
Tuesday, April 9
A Delicate Balance...
For whatever reason on Tuesday afternoon, talented pre-freshman
Chris Szeszycki returns to his science class with his book on his head.
Monday, April 8
No Monday Blues Here!
Sophomores Greg Wallis (left) and Nick Pajares are all smiles during
the lunch hour in the Jesuit cafeteria on Monday afternoon.
Friday, April 5
Gone to the Dogs!
Friday morning in Mrs.Arthurs-Goldberg’s speech class, freshman Jake Fasick
and his dog listen to demonstration speeches. Earlier in class, Jake presented
his speech about dog tricks with the assistance of his best friend.
Thursday, April 4
A Working Breakfast...
Seniors Harrison Cutrera (left) Chris Powers, Jared Mentz, Deven Francis,
Jacob Campos, Matthew Arseneaux, Zach Ciolino, and Grant Candies enjoy
a working breakfast in the Jesuit cafeteria on Thursday morning.
Wednesday, April 3
The Answer Man...
Science teacher Jeff Darling helps pre-freshman Justin Leveque
with a question during class on Wednesday morning..
Tuesday, April 2
It Don’t Mean a Thing If You Ain’t Got That Swing...
Tuesday morning on Will Clark Field, freshman Ryan Kramer
takes a mighty swing at this pitch during his P.E, class.
Monday, April 1
While most faculty and students enjoyed this day-after-Easter holiday, sophomore Alex Galy grabbed his cleats and boarded a bus with his JV baseball teammates
to travel to Brother Martin for an afternoon game.
Wednesday, March 27
Hurry, Hurry, Get Your Bids In...
With seniors Zac Creel (left), Jacob Campos, sophomore Dom Carmello, and
senior Rishi Desai looking on, senior Antonio Scelfo changes the bid on one
of the many prizes offered on the Columbian Squires Mission Drive
Auction Board. Proceeds from this auction and other
activities benefit the Jesuit missions overseas.
Tuesday, March 26
Math Made Easy...
Seniors Justin Davies (left), Kalan Minnard, Blaine Loupe, and Spencer Comeaux follow the explanation of their math teacher, Mrs. Yvonne Leger.
Friday, March 22
Not Exactly a Match...
Senior Austin Triay attempts to demonstrate a similar likeness to
the image of Pope Francis, rendered by Fr. John Brown, S.J.
Thursday, March 21
Sophomore Sam White is all smiles on Thursday during the lunch period as he turns
in his Bazaar raffle tickets to Mrs. Dania Lacoste (left) and Mrs. Alison James.
Make sure you get your raffle tickets in before the end
of the school day on Friday!
Wednesday, March 20
The Big Five-O
Wednesday morning, junior Daniel Abadie (right), along with other Blue Jays
in his civics class, celebrate their teacher, Mr. Dan DiRosa’s 50th birthday.
Tuesday, March 19
What Cut Ups!
Freshmen Kyler Pisciotta (left) and Darren Ruiz work intently on a
frog dissection during their biology lab on Tuesday morning.
Monday, March 18
Put Me in, Coach...
Sidelined by an injury, junior Jimmy Whitlow watches his P.E. class
play a game on Will Clark Field on Monday morning.
Friday, March 15
I’m Not Tired...
Friday morning on Will Clark Field, with fellow classmate Michael Woods (right) looking on, freshman Peter Hontas shows this tractor tire who the boss is.
Peter and Michael and number of Blue Jays were conditioning
for the upcoming spring football season.
Thursday, March 14
When Exams Are Completed...
...students take a well deserved break from their studies. On Thursday after exams, Blue Jays from Jesuit’s MCJROTC program play touch football before
enjoying a barbeque lunch. Above, senior Luis Davadi prepares
to make this reception for an interception in the end zone.
Wednesday, March 13
Up to the Challenge...
Wednesday morning, pre-freshmen Sam Ovella (front), Scott Prados,
Kai Rozas, and Damian Pelto work diligently on their English exam.
Tuesday, March 12
A “Physical” Exam...
On Tuesday morning with the city skyline in the background,
seniors Andrew Burmaster (front) and Joseph Kepper
focus intently on their physics exam.
Monday, March 11No Substitution for Preparation...
Although the math exam is not until Thursday, these Blue Jays in Mr. Wright’s calculus class are leaving nothing to chance in preparing for their
third quarter exam on Monday morning. Joining Mr. Wright in
this photo are seniors Peyton Fine (left), James Sampognaro,
Patrick Denenea, Jimmy Brown, and John D’Angelo.
Friday, March 8
From the Balcony...
During ten-minute break on Friday, Blue Jays take advantage of the
third floor balcony to enjoy a walk on a cool, crisp morning
in route to their lockers and their next class.
Thursday, March 7
Drill, Drill, Drill...
...not for oil, but in preparation for Jesuit’s MCJROTC’s Parade and Review ceremony slated for April 11. Above, junior Ian Calamari (left) and senior
Jacob Tonglet make sure their armed platoon is ready to perform.
Wednesday, March 6
The Answer Is TEAMWORK...
In physics class on Wednesday, senior William North (left), juniors Quentin Marks, Luke Robbins, and Chris Totaro prove that with teamwork,
any problem can be solved.
Tuesday, March 5
Next Class, Please...
On Tuesday morning, Blue Jays in the Hall of Champions
change classes during first and second periods.
Monday, March 4
I’ll Have a Laugh with my Lunch...
Pre-freshmen Michael Haupt (left), Brandon Gerdes, Matthew Valerio,
and Tim Gyenis enjoy the company of good friends during lunch
on a cool, sunny Monday afternoon in Traditions Courtyard.
Friday, March 1
Blue Jays studying Spanish gathered in the conference room to hear a special presentation on race, discrimination, and integration in the Spanish
speaking world. Friday’s lecture was part of the school’s week-long
celebration of 50 years of integration at Jesuit High School.
Above, Andy Dykema, Deika Bustamante,
and Nilda Rivera talk to the students.
Thursday, February 28
Break Time in the Courtyard...
Freshmen Joey Bongiovanni (left) and Josh West talk with friends in Traditions Courtyard during a break at Thursday’s special celebration recalling
the 50th anniversary of integration at Jesuit High School.
Wednesday, February 27
When There’s a Shine on Your Shoes...
...there is no reason to worry about getting a dress code P.H. On Wednesday
morning before the start of the school day, pre-freshman Cameron Crozier (left) makes sure his shoes are in regulation. Watching Cameron
(and waiting to use his shoe polish) are classmates
Davis Friend, Juan Menendez,
and Aaron Baker.
Tuesday, February 26
Reading and Discussing...
Tuesday morning, Blue Jays in Mr. Wyss’s English V AP class
read and discuss a short story.
Monday, February 25
Reflecting on Jesuit Integration...
Sophomores Bryan Jones (front), Kutauba AbuMousa, R.J. Carmardelle,
Victor Lacayo, and Andrew Russo check out the “Gorgeous Mosiac
of Humanity,” an exhibit of mosaic photographs of Jesuit students
and alumni and produced by The Blue Jay Yearbook staff.
The exhibition, a part of the school’s celebration of the
50th Anniversary of the Integration of Jesuit
High School, is located on the first floor
hallway outside of rooms 120 - 122.
Friday, February 21
Partners in Learning...
Pre-freshman Patrick Rees, with the help of his Algebra I teacher
Robert Weiss, works through a math problem on Friday morning.
Thursday, February 21
The Ten-Minute Donut...
On Thursday morning, Blue Jays, like senior Cody Castle (right), purchase
donuts during ten-minute break to support the Mission Drive .
Wednesday, February 20
Under the watchful eye of their calculus teacher Mr. David Wright, senior
Chris Stephens (left) works with classmate Trey Legier to find the right solution.
Tuesday, February 19
A Portrait of Young Artists at Work...
Senior John D’Angelo (left), pre-freshman Adrian Prudhomme, and freshman Jackson Scott express themselves in a creative mural which they work on
with other Art Club members during the lunch hour on Tuesday.
Monday, February 18
Measuring Up to the Task...
Pre-freshmen Christian Westholz (left), Nick Legier, and Hunt Navar bounce back
to work on Monday after the Mardi Gras break with a lab investigating
the law of the conservation of energy.
Tuesday, February 12
Just Another (Fat) Tuesday...
On Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras), Blue Jay juniors and seniors hosted a group of seniors from the girls division of Regis Jesuit High School in Denver, CO. Together they attended the Blue Jays’ victorious quarterfinal soccer match, then returned to Carrollton and Banks to feast on pizza and take a tour of the campus. The students from Regis were in New Orleans for their annual service trip.
Friday, February 8
It’s Carnival Time at Jesuit...
Led by Mr. Jason Giaccone, Blue Jay band members organize a second line
starting in Traditions Courtyard and ending in the Student Commons.
Thursday, February 7
Seniors Joe Joe Battaglia (left), Peter Warwick, Matthew Arseneaux, Blaine Loupe,
and Jacob Tonglet test the student council’s latest toy, the Fog Geyser.
This piece of equipment along with other devices will be used
at the upcoming Banks Bash Dance.
Wednesday, February 6
Cake Fit for Kings...
Juniors Nick Maggio (left), Joe Eustis, Joe McAloon, Zach Adams, and
Richard Williams enjoy king cake at the annual student council king
cake bash held during the second half of lunch on Wednesday.
Tuesday, February 5
The Book Exchange...
Junior Chris Dupre (kneeling) and senior Corey James retrieve their third and
fourth period books from their lockers during ten-minute break on Tuesday.
Monday, February 4
Waiting for Lunch...
Juniors Toussaint Trahan (left), Chase Eckholdt, Alex Letulle, Christian Latino, Gian-Carlo Hernandez-San Martin, Ashton Queyrouze, Mark Woods,
and Nicholas Wolff gather for a group photo while waiting
for the start of the lunch hour on Monday morning.
Friday, February 1
Let’s Wing It...
Seniors Grant Candies (left), Andrew Joseph, and John Dunn show
their enthusiasm for Friday’s senior lunch from Buffalo Wings.
Thursday, January 31
Enjoying the Break...
Freshmen John Kemmerly (left), Ross Barrilleaux, and William Breaux
are all smiles as the Wild Photographer stops by their
table in the Student Commons for a photo during
ten-minute break on Thursday morning.
Wednesday, January 30
Inclement Weather Cannot Stop These Men...
Blue Jays involved in the Jesuit M.C.J.R.O.T.C. drill team move inside
during Wednesday’s rainy weather to prepare for upcoming events.
Tuesday, January 29
Feast Your Eyes...
“Bleu” Jays in Mr. Patrick Benoit’s French II Honors class prepared an international foods feast this week. The students were responsible for choosing a recipe from either their heritage or of a favorite food and translating it into French. Each student also prepared his respective dishes and presented it to the class.
Monday, January 28
In an Orderly Fashion...
On Monday morning, Jesuit disciplinarian Top Abshire watches the Blue Jays
gather “in an orderly fashion” for morning assembly in Traditions Courtyard.
Friday, January 25
What's Your Line?
With the guidance of their English teacher, Mr. Jason LaLonde, S.J., freshmen
Peter Espinoza (left) and Adam Ledet are selecting lines from
Shakespeare’s Caesar to learn and later to recite
(from memory) to their classmates.
Thursday, January 24
Show Me the English...
On Thursday morning, freshmen in Mr. Begg’s English I class
review a quiz before continuing their lesson.
Wednesday, January 23
Wednesday morning during ten-minute break, sophomores Andrew Amedee (left), Blake Jaubert, Daniel Augustin, Osman Torres, Blake Eichhorn, and
David Boh allow the Wild Photographer to snap this photo.
Monday, January 21
Music in the Air...
Musical auditions for the spring show began on Monday, January 21 and will continue Tuesday, January 22, 2013 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the Jesuit Auditorium. Click here to go to the Phils’ page to learn more about auditions.
Friday, January 18
On the Sunny Side of the Courtyard...
Friday afternoon, Blue Jays enjoy the sun and good friends in Traditions Courtyard.
Thursday, January 17
Testing...Testing, One, Two...
Pre-freshmen Will Hillery (front), John Kling, Tripp Kropog, and Robert Johnson
are all business during their math test on Thursday morning.
Wednesday, January 16
Read, Lead, Succeed...
Wednesday morning, junior Evan Kramer finds a quiet spot to read his novel Frankenstein. As part of the English curriculum, each Blue Jay
is assigned two novels a quarter.
Tuesday, January 15
Meet Me in the Commons...
Blue Jays with off periods often meet in the Student Commons to talk, look over homework assignments, or catch up on the latest sports update from ESPN.
On Tuesday morning, juniors Mitch Bourgeois (left), Ryan McKeough,
Quentin Marks, and sophomore Nathan Cusimano
interupt their meeting for a Wild Photo.
Monday, January 14
Good Monday Morning...
Pre-freshmen gather in the Student Commons on Monday morning
to catch up on homework and weekend events before the start of the school day.
Friday, January 11Brown Bag Lunch Concert Returns...
Seniors Walker Legrand (left), Carl Hellmers, Josh Latham, J. P. Brown, and sophomore Dominick Conforte, also known as “Neutral Snap,” entertain
the Jays in the Student Commons during the lunch period on Friday.
Thursday, January 10
What Do You Think?
With pre-freshman Mikey Elvir (left) looking on, classmate Ian Fogarty (center)
looks for confirmation from Roshan Sojitra to begin their lab
determining the strength of acids and bases.
Wednesday, January 9
Lunch with Good Friends...
Sophomores Ben Brim (left), Trey Pecoraro, Cameron Coker, junior Brandon Myers, sophomores Alex Rodrigue, Noah Mouton, and Taylor Giorlando-Wall
are all smiles after an Italian meal in the Jesuit cafeteria .
Tuesday, January 8
And the Winner Is...
Tuesday morning, social studies teacher Cyril Lagvanec awards senior Evan Bailey with the “First Honors” card in Mr. Lagvanec’s comparative government class.
At the start of a new quarter, many Jesuit teachers present honor cards
recognizing a Blue Jay’s good work during a given quarter or semester.
Monday, January 7
Back to Work...
Monday morning, under the guidance of their physical science teacher
Pam Catalano, pre-freshmen Jack Pontin (left) and Liam Crane
return to work after the long Christmas break.
Friday, January 4
Practice Makes Perfect...
Friday afternoon, Blue Jays from the junior high wrestling team
warm up before starting practice.
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