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EJHS Jr. Beta Club donates to Toys for Tots

The Eunice Junior High School Jr. Beta Club partnered with the Eunice Fire Department to deliver toys to families this Christmas during the annual Toys for Tots drive. Accepting donations from the fire department are Chaise Brown, left, and Steven Fontenot. From left, are Lauren Brown, sponsor; Olivia Pedigo, Kyra Davis, Reagan Hill, Alivia Cesar, Josi Lemelle, Claudette Castille, and Fran Lemelle, sponsors. (Submitted photo)

Eunice High’s Coach Trae Brown’s AP Environmental Science class conducted a lab on re-enacting mechanical and chemical weathering and witnessing the permeability and porosity of different soil types and how those soil types allow certain vegetation to grow on top of them. From left, are,Tyler Johnson, Chloe Broussard, Nick Tran and Lex Schouest.

Eunice High School’s environmental science class

Eunice High’s Coach Trae Brown’s AP Environmental Science class conducted a lab on re-enacting mechanical and chemical weathering and witnessing the permeability and porosity of different soil types and how those soil types allow certain vegetation to grow on top of them. From left, are, Ava Devillier, Alyssa Ogea and Aaron Devillier. (Photos submitted)

Training session at St. Ed

Louisiana’s House of Representatives approved a bill that would allow school personnel to administer opioid overdose antidotes to overdose victims. St. Edmund faculty and staff were among some of the first to be trained in this effort. Ian Oliver, clinical coordinator of the ER at Acadian Medical was the presenter. (Submitted photo)

Sowella College rep on campus

Joseph Lavergne, an admission counselor with Sowella Technical Community College, spoke to St. Edmund High seniors recently about programs of study, admissions, financial aid, scholarships, cost of attendance, internships, job placement, student support services and student life. (Submitted photo)

Class Act Student of the Week

This week’s Student of the Week is Terrian Frank, a senior at Eunice High School. His parents are Cindy and Polin Xavier.

If you had to live in another part of the world, where would you want to live and why? I would like to live in New York so I could see Time Square.

Do you have a career wish? I would like to join the Marines.

What could you eat seven days a week? Gumbo.

What could you never eat? Cabbage.

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