Phone: (504) 464-9254


Degrees and Certifications:

NICHOLLS STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Arts Graphic Design, 2008 Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education, 2015 Certificate Add-On Endorsement Mild/Moderate Special Education, 2017 ANCILLARY CERTIFICATE Teacher of Talented in Visual Art LEVEL 3 TEACHING CERTIFICATE Art K-12 Technology Education 6-12 Computer Literacy K-12 English 6-12 Mild/Moderate Special Education 6-12 GOOGLE Google Certified Educator Level 1 ADOBE Adobe Certified Creative Educator Level 1

Mrs. Ashley Comeaux-Foret


Another great year in Talented Art has come and gone and I am very proud of what the students have created! For my artists that will be returning for the next school year, please see the tab on the left for the class supply list. The required supplies will be needed for the first day of school while the optional items can be acquired throughout the school year. If you have any questions, please contact me via School Status or email. I will check messages periodically during the summer.


Welcome to Talented Art Class! I am Mrs. Comeaux and I will be your child's teacher this school year. This is my 10th year in education and my second year at St. Rose Elementary. I will also be itinerant teaching at Norco Elementary. Prior to my role as a talented art teacher, I taught high school English and Special Education and later middle school Special Education and Social Studies.  I am super excited to be working with such a talented group of students and I look forward to watching them grow and flourish into fine, young artists!

This year I will incorporate Google Classroom with our district-provided Chromebooks. Google Classroom is a tool that allows me to post announcements and reminders for students. It also allows for class assignments and submissions to be posted and collected digitally.

To access Google Classroom please use the following link and have your child log in to their Google account. Once logged in, you can review class announcements, assignments, and course information.

“Teaching is not just a job. It is a human service, and it must be thought of as a mission.” ~ Dr. Ralph Tyler