Job Opening: Business Administrator
Industry or Profession: Non-profit
Title of Position: Business Administrator
St. Frederick High School located in Monroe, Louisiana is seeking a Business Administrator
Main attractor: Positive faith-based work environment.
Description of responsibilities: Maintenance of day to day accounting records and general ledger, ensure timely deposits and recordkeeping, maintenance of payable and cash requirement systems including check preparation, complete all phases of payroll and applicable reporting, prepare monthly reconciliations and verifications as needed, assist in developing and implementing sound accounting practices and internal control systems, assist development personnel with recording and reporting activity as needed, assist in preparation of budget, assist with reconciliations of budgets and comparing actual and budgeted financials, and financial projections, learn and maintain accounting systems utilized by schools, and all other functions assigned to school accountants.
Essential candidate qualities, preferences and skills: Candidate must have accounting experience, as well as good organizational skills, communication skills, problem solving skills, and ability to maintain confidentiality.
To apply email@example.com or U.S. Mail to 2000 Lamy Lane, Monroe, LA 71201
Deadline for receipt of resumes: June 30, 2016
St. Frederick High School is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
St. Frederick salutes outgoing board members
We would like to thank our outgoing board members for their service!
Seated are Sheila O'Leary and Archie Brown, standing (from left to right) are Julie Johnson, Shereba Diaz and Kathy Tramontana. St. Frederick thanks you for your time and dedication.
Saint Frederick Class of 2016 Graduates
Meet the class of 2016!
Front Row: John David Cooper, Jack Henry Turner, Sarah Elizabeth Dansby, Endia Johnson, Blair Breard, McKenna Sanderson, Diana Pham (Valedictorian), Tracy Stodghill, Ashley Gammage, Elaine Ezell (Salutatorian), Rhondon Morris, Sachin Prem
Second Row: Emory Tonore, Mary Amanda Dickerson, Lillian Kemp, Arianna Worthy, Taitianna Minifield, Scarlett Hammond, Lydia Weaver, Natalie Myers, Taylor Sullivan, Danielle Hall, Rachel Augurson, Sydney Trezise
Third Row: Clay Williams, Alex Brodtman, Walker Stinson, Taylor McCarty, Cole Wilson, Triston LaFleur, Patrick Beene
Fourth Row: Robert Brown, William Barham, Austin Clark (Salutatorian), Brooks Hand, Clay Wood, Waddih Fakhre, Blake Gladfelter, Trey Gordon, Nolan Parker, Seth Wylie, John O’Leary, Cooper Breithaupt, Parker Christian, Dane Mellino
St. Frederick boys claim 2nd at State Track meet, girls come in 5th
The St. Frederick boys track team came in 2nd place at the State track meet on Saturday, coming in close behind powerhouse Southern Lab. The girls finished 5th out of 23 teams that scored points at the State meet.
. Frederick Girls finish great tennis season with 2nd place trophy
The St. Frederick Girls tennis team wrapped up the season with a 2nd place finish this year as they came up just short of a championship. Pictured below are key contributors Kristy Pham, Ashlyn Hillburn, Mason Ryan and Blair Beard.
St. Frederick Girls Capture Regional Championship
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ACT composite scores increase
The ACT composite score averages for the 2015-2016 senior class were released today.
Click Here to view a PDF of St. Frederick High school’s ACT composite score averages for the current senior classes which show that they are well above the averages for other school districts in our area, for Louisiana and for the Nation. Moreover, the top 10% of seniors scored an average of 32.3 with the top 50% scoring 29 or higher.
St. Frederick plans STREAM facility -
Only Program of its kind in North Louisiana
“We are very excited to be in the planning stages for a new STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts and Math) building. This will be the only program of its kind in North Louisiana and makes St. Frederick High unique in their approach to the learning process,” said Blair David, STREAM Director.
The addition of Religion and the Arts build on traditional STEM concepts allowing students to broaden the learning experience.
The concept of the STREAM program involves creating an environment where students and teachers are allowed to collaborate for the purpose of creating a tangible product while using interdisciplinary topics.
An example of a unique experience was an early morning viewing of the movie Risen at Tinseltown in West Monroe on Thursday, March 3, 2016.
Senior Rachel Augurson said, “Being able to take a field trip to watch a spiritually oriented movie with not only the senior class but the entire school was an experience that brought us closer together as a student body.”
Tristan LaFleur, senior, said “It was a great opportunity for us to be together as a whole to explore our Christian beliefs.”
“Risen was a great movie that we are able to reflect on and discuss in our classes. Being able to go to the movie together as a whole school was an experience I will not forget,” said Kane Chunn, 7th grader.