• Teacher of the Year was a great success.

    Posted by Patrick Giles on 2/10/2020

    Teacher of the Year Logo

    We celebrated Jefferson Parish School's best teachers this month with a new design. Everyone knows that fantastic teachers are the jewels in the crown of our district, so that's what we wanted to convey in our design. The commonly used apple icon was updated to reflect the oppulence of our district, with its wealth of amazing teachers.

    Our design carried over into every aspect of the event. We printed and grommeted a twenty foot banner, printed easel signs, and we even created individually cut apple placemats for each placesetting.

    Banner    Certificate Easel

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  • Displaying School Mottos, Vision Statements, Mission Statements can make a big impact.

    Posted by Patrick Giles on 12/10/2019 11:30:00 AM

    Here at the Print Shop, we've had many requests from schools to help with letting the students, parents, and teachers know the ultimate goal of the school, as well as encourage school spirit. 

    Green Park Elementary School decided that displaying photos of the students and teachers along with the school motto, school vision statements, and school mission statements were an excellent way to jumpstart engagement with everyone. We created 24" x 36" posters that were displayed throughout the school.

    See below to see what we came up with and how this added touch can make a real difference in a school's culture.

    If you would like to use this simple, effective technique, please email Karen Richmond. Let us know what you would like to order and we can get your school on its way to achieving its goal.


    Grass is Greener    Vision Statement    We love. We learn. We lead.

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  • The importance of school spirit.

    Posted by Patrick Giles on 7/22/2019

    Do you remember when you were in high school and you bled your high school colors? You may have known a school phrase that gave you and your classroom friends the courage to succeed in the face of adversity. Sometimes it was used at the football field or on the basketball court. It could have been used as a greeting or as an act of encouragement before the BIG exam.

    The administration at East Jefferson High School sure know the importance of a good, strong statement for any precarious situation. "Be a Warrior!", in everything you do.

    Be a warrior!

    To boost student morale and camaraderie, the Print Shop created posters and banners for every hallway and building to bolster one simple maxim. The administrators want every student to be a person who is aggressively, courageously, or energetically involved in an activity that will positively impact their lives in the short and long term.

    You can work with the Print Shop to help encourage your students to take up your battle cry as well. Contact Karen Richmond to help add some school spirit.

    Be a warrior!

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