Lab School Faculty and Staff

Stephen Labbe

is the Director of the Lab School.  He earned both his undergraduate degree in Education and his Master's degree in Educational Leadership from Southeastern and is beginning is eighteenth year in education.  Mr. Labbe started his teaching at Fountainbleau High School and then moved to his Alma Mater, Hammond High, teaching and coaching baseball at both schools. He then moved to Hammond Eastside to work as an assistant principal and later became the school's principal.  He will continue his education as a candidate in Southeastern's Doctoral program beginning this gall. He loves having fun with our students and watching them grow into young adults.

You can reach him by email at stephen.labbe@southeastern.edu.

 

Scarlett Anderson
is our school's new curriculum coach. She is beginning her eighteenth year as an educator here in Tangipahoa Parish. She began her career at Hammond Westside as a fourth and fifth grade teacher.  Five years after working there, she moved to Hammond Eastside to teach third and fourth grade as part of the Accelerated Magnet Program.  While working there, she served not only as a classroom teacher but also as a TAP master teacher, a curriculum coach, an IB coordinator, a Magnet specialist, and an administrative assistant.  She also headed up and served on many different committees throughout her time there.    
 
You can contact Mrs. Anderson by email at scarlett.anderson@southeastern.edu or scarlett.anderson@tangischools.org.

 

Bethany Dowdy

is our kindergarten teacher. She has a degree in elementary education from Millsaps College, a master's degree from Southeastern, and is beginning her nineteenth year in the classroom. She has taught in Hungary and in the Mississippi Public School System. She loves the energy and love for life that little children display every day, and she loves being part of the Lab School family. Bethany encourages a diverse curriculum that incorporates the whole child and believes that, if a child comes home dirty, it was a successful day!  She recently became certified to teach children's yoga, and so she he begins each day with a short yoga session to start the day off on a positive note.

She can be reached by email at bethany.dowdy@southeastern.edu.

 

Sedley Brown

is the first grade teacher at the Lab School. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education degree from Louisiana State University and has been Nationally Board Certified for 15 years. She also received her master's degree from Southeastern. Sedley has taught a variety of grade levels from kindergarten through 5. This is her twenty-second year in the classroom. She believes fostering inquiry and a strong sense of community leads to a life-long love of learning. Every day is a fabulous day in first grade!!

You can reach Sedley at sedley.brown@tangischools.org.

 

Stephanie Evans

is the Lab School's second grade teacher. This is her twenty-ninth year as an educator in Tangipahoa Parish.She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education and a master's degree + 30 hours in elementary school counseling.  She has aught grades first through third, has served as a Reading Curriculum Coach and also as a TAP master teacher.  Stephanie is looking forward to being a part of the SLU Faculty this school year.  Her goal is to provide an enriching, nurturing environment for all of my students.  

You can reach her by email at stephanie.evans@tangischools.org.

 

Angela Davis

is the Lab School's third grade teacher.  She is starting her seventeenth year of teaching in Tangipahoa Parish and her sixth year at the Lab School. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from Southeastern Louisiana University and is certified to teach grades PreK through 8. She earned her master's degree from Southeastern in Educational Leadership and has her School Leadership License. Angela looks forward to being a part of the foundation of building the whole child. She believes that as an educator it is her responsibility to challenge her students academically, nurture them emotionally, and to help guide them.

You can reach her by email at angela.davis@tangischools.org.  You can also find out what is going on in her classroom at her website http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage.aspx?id=377616 

 

Cheri Jeanfreau

will start her twenty-sixth year teaching this year and has been a part of the Lab School faculty as our fourth grade teacher for sixteen years. Her bachelor's and master's degrees are from Southeastern. She is certified as an elementary teacher for grades one through eight and a special education teacher for kindergarten through twelfth grades.  She also has a minor in visual arts. Cheri loves the family atmosphere of the school and the children whom she describes as "funny, kind, smart, and polite."

Find out what is going on in Ms. Jeanfreau's class by emailing her at cheri.jeanfreau@southeastern.edu or by logging onto her website at http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/view_webpage.asp?id=376720 

 

Meagan Waller

Is the fifth grade homeroom teacher.  She teaches 5th and 6th grade language arts and reading as well as 6th grade keyboarding here at Southeastern Lab School.  This is her 11th year teaching.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from Southeastern Louisiana University.  She also has her Mild/Moderate certification in special education grades first through twelfth.  She has served as a TAP mentor teacher and has received IB training in categories 1, 2, and 3.  Mrs. Waller is excited to be a part of the Lab School family and she strives to create a dynamic elementary classroom that is conducive to meeting individual needs of students in order to stimulate their natural curiosity and bridge the gap between learning and living.  She is focused on helping students become inquirers in the classroom and the world outside. 

You can reach her by email at Meagan.waller@tangischools.org.  You can also find out what is going on in her classroom at her website http://sso.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage.aspx?id=10866379

  

Robin Price

teaches fifth through eighth grade science. This is her third year teaching at the Lab School and her fifteenth year teaching in the parish.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from Southeastern University. She is also a certified green school educator from the state of Louisiana and an aquatic instructor through Wildlife and Fisheries.

Find out what is happening in her classroom by connecting to her website at:  http://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage.aspx?id=389021 or email Mrs. Price at: robin.price@tangischools.org

 

Donna Arnone

is our seventh grade homeroom teacher. She is the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade math teacher and also teaches algebra I. This is her twenty-sixth year teaching. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from the University of Southern Mississippi. Her master's degree and +30 are also from Southeastern. She is also certified in special education for grades one through twelve and is highly qualified to teach math and social studies. Mrs. Arnone is excited to be part of the Lab School family!

You can reach her by email at donna.arnone@southeastern.edu or by checking out her website at http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/view_webpage.asp?id=376749

 

Noelle Bordelon

is the eighth grade homeroom teacher and teaches 7th and 8th grade language arts and reading as well as English I here at Southeastern Lab School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Northeast Louisiana University as well as her Master's Degree in special education and and her +30 from Southeastern Louisiana University. She has also recently received her educational diagnostician certification. Her additional certifications include nursery school, kindergarten, and grades one through eight. Her special education certifications include: non-categorical preschool, kindergarten, and grades one through twelve. This is her twenty-second year teaching. She believes that all children can learn and thrives on helping each individual student determine the way he or she learns best.

Email her at noelle.bordelon@southeastern.edu or check out her website at http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/view_webpage.asp?id=376715

 
Nick Stoulig
is our social studies teacher for fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.  Although this is his second year at the Lab School, it's the beginning of his 19 year in education.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies Education from Southeastern in 2000.  He later earned a Master's Degree in School Counseling from SLU in 2008.  Mr. Stoulig is excited to be at the Lab School and looks forward to sharing his love for social studies with all of his students.
 
You can reach him by email at nicholas.stoulig@southeastern.edu or nicholas.stoulig@tangischools.org.  You can also check out his website at https://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/14138443.   
 
 
 

Rosalie Bezue

the Lab School’s special education teacher, received both her B.A. and Master’s Degrees at Southeastern. Her certifications are in elementary education, grades 1-8, and in mild and moderate special education, grades 1-12.  Mrs. Bezue also has a master's degree in reading grades 1-12. This is her fourth year at the Lab school.  She has been an educator in Tangipahoa Parish for forty years, where she has served as a special education teacher and also a TangiFirst Curriculum Coach.  She believes that each child learns in their own unique way and that we must access their way of learning in order to help them succeed.

You can contact Mrs. Bezue by email at rosalie.bezue@tangischools.org or rosalie.bezue@southeastern.edu.

   

Bridget Calderone

is our school counselor and music teacher.  This is her eighth year in education and her second year at  SLU Lab School. Mrs. Calderone earned her Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education and her Master of Science +30 in counseling with a concentration in school counseling from Southeastern.  She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor. Her state certification in school counseling includes grades kindergarten through twelve.  She enjoys supporting students academically, socially, and emotionally and believes that when working with students it is important to be creative and have fun. Mrs. Calderone is excited to be a part of the Lab School community. 

You can reach her by email at bridget.calderone@tangischools.org.

 

Denise Tullier-Holly

the Lab School's art teacher, is beginning her twenty-fifth year of teaching. She received her B.A. from the University of Maryland and her master's degree from Southeastern. She enjoys teaching at the Lab School because she feels blessed to be able to observe students' development as unique individuals from kindergarten to eighth grade. The art program invites them to express themselves in a visual manner. Their handmade objects are the gems of their art processes.

You can find out what is happening in her classroom by emailing her at dtullier-holly@southeastern.edu or you can link to her website by going to http:www.tangischools.org .From the homepage, click on "resources" on the left side of the screen, then "Oncourse" in the middle of the page, then "Southeastern Laboratory School" and then her name.

 

Lloyd Bosch

the school's band director, is beginning his forty-eighth year in the classroom..  He has been at the Lab School for the past nine years.  His bachelor's and master's degrees are from SLU, and his +30 hours in music education were earned at L.S.U. and S.L.U.  The band program is open to students in 5th through 8th grades. 

You can reach him by email at lloyd.bosch@tangischools.org.

 

Brittany Addison

is the school's Edgenuity teacher as well as the 8th grade p.e. teacher.  She also coaches the girls' volleyball and basketball teams.  Her degree in athletic training is from SLU, ansd she has worked in education for five years.  This is her first year at the Lab School.  She is excited to share her love of education and sports with our students.  

You can reach her by email at brittany.addison@tangischools.org.

 

Shawn Messina

is the librarian at our school.  She has been teaching for twenty-nine years. This is her sixteenth year at the Lab School. Her bachelor's and master's degrees, as well as her +30, are all from Southeastern. She loves the atmosphere of the school and being able watch every child as they grow and mature over the years.

Find out what is happening in the library by connecting to the link on this website or email Mrs. Messina at shawn.messina@southeastern.edu.

 

Janice Butler

has been working in Tangipahoa Parish School System for more than fourteen years.  She loves her job as a school paraprofessionals! Working with different students and coworkers has always been a joy for her.

You can reach her at janice.butler@tangischools.org.

 

Elaine Trahan

is the paraprofessional here at our school. She has 20+ years of leadership and administrative experience. She loves kids and being around them. Her positive attitude is very contagious!

You can reach her at Elaine.Trahan-2@southeastern.edu.