About Our School & Admin Team

Where Eagle Soar!!!

Caddo Heights Math/Science Elementary school was established in 1949 and is located in the heart of Shreveport, LA near the LSU Medical Center. We serve students in grade Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade. Our motto is “Where Eagles Soar!” 

Mascot: The Bald Eagle

Colors: Red, White, and Navy Blue

Our campus is a one-to-one technology device campus that offers students hands-on experiences while preparing them for their future. We offer daily Spanish lessons that promote inclusivity, we have designated RTI time for EVERY student that is prescriptive to their needs, we have a school garden that is designed to feed families in need, we offer parental involvement opportunities that build a learning partnership between school and home, and we offer a host of clubs that allow students to take on leadership responsibilities. 

Please note our campus also offers educational enrichment that ensures students receive prescriptive enrichment and remediation services to equip them to compete in a diverse world of learners. 

 

Instructional Coordinator

Dr. Geneva Feaster is super elated about serving as the outstanding Instructional Coordinator (IC)at Caddo Heights Elementary. Guess what? Dr. Feaster understands and embraces the value of education and strives to ensure that all teaching and learning is exemplified at its highest level among her teachers and students at Caddo Heights! She specializes in providing instructional support and is responsible for observing teachers’ instruction, providing timely feedback, providing professional development, supporting the school’s goals and mission, accessing and analyzing data, and strengthening the school’s climate and culture. Dr. Feaster is a team player at Caddo Heights and uses her positive energy, motivational techniques, and visionary skills to achieve workplace and personal goals. Just this school year, Dr. Feaster created an ELA task force for grades K-2 to help empower and grow teachers as well as to help students to obtain academic success. In addition, Dr. Feaster is a life-long learner as she obtained her doctorate in Organizational Leadership (Ed.D) in May 2020, where she conducted a study on mentoring in Caddo Parish.

Master Teacher

My name is LaShonda Diouf, a native of Shreveport Louisiana. Since 2004, I have been employed by the Caddo Parish School Board for 16 years. I am currently serving in the capacity as a Master Teacher at Caddo Heights Math/Science Elementary.  I earned my Bachelor of Arts from Northeast University, Masters of Education from the University of Phoenix and received my Education Specialist Degree from North Central University. I am the proud mother of two daughters, Morgan King, who is senior at University of Louisiana at Monroe and Marie Diouf, who is a junior at University of Louisiana at Monroe. I married the love of my life 10 years ago Papa Diouf, who is from West Senegal Africa. I love reading, spending time with family and friends but most importantly having an intimate relationship with God. Although, I have been successful in many endeavors in life, the one thing that I want to be remembered for is serving God first and others. 

Diversity Specialist

  Information coming soon.

Counselor

My name is Ms. Tolbert and I am a Shreveport native. I have been the counselor at Caddo Heights for ten years and I love calling Caddo Heights my home. I am excited to work with the students, families, and community in the Caddo Heights neighborhood. As school counselor, I get to wear many hats, but to sum it all up, I am a child advocate. Making sure student needs are met so that students are mentally, physically, and academically ready to learn is my specialty. 
I am the proud mother of one son, Dylan and I am his biggest fan. I enjoy going to his sporting events, watching movies, and traveling. Professionally, my credentials include a bachelor’s degree in Social Science Education from Grambling State University, master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling from LaTech, +30 in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. I am a member of the Louisiana Counseling Association and Caddo School Counselor’s Association. Currently I am a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC). 
I look forward to working with students and building relationships with families.

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