The home of Harry and Shelly Jenkins, located at 1440 Amazon received the marker of Garden of the Week by Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club. The front lawn of the home shows many colors of beauty with landscaped flowering beds of large elephant ears, calidiums, large Boston ferns, miniature roses, petunias, Amaryllis, potato vining plants, New Guinea, agapanthus, snap dragons, trailing Lavender lantana and plumbago, and much more lush greenery and flowers. (Submitted photo)
Glendale Elementary honored its Students of the Week for Dec. 2-6. In front, from left, are Ca’liyah Pickney, Raylon Williams, Maya Miller, Dallas Rougeau, Emerson Wilson and Arionna Vazques. In back, from left, are Katlyn Klump, Addisyn Myers, Tristan Fogleman, Jayden Trumps, Braylin Fontenot, Anamya Shell and Wesli Reed. Not pictured are Malaya Hudson and Keylon Vallaire. (Submitted photo)
Glendale Elementary selected its Paw Perfect ticket winners for the week of Dec. 2-6. From left, are Braylin Fontenot, Austin Clavier, Avery Cormier, Isabell Guillory and, Colton Dupre. Not pictured is Wesley Fontenot. (Submitted photo)
Newton’s Three Laws of Motion was performed in Clay Harper’s physical science class at St. Edmund High. Harper’s students were instructed to build an originally designed vehicle powered solely by the energy of one standard sized mousetrap. The engineering activity required students to build a mousetrap car based on certain constraints/materials. The activity did a great job of requiring students to consider trade offs, design a solution, test their design, make changes in their design, and then make a final decision about their solution based on data and performance.
Eunice High School seniors, Rai’Shawna Edwards, left, Abbigail Lee and Lilly Henry, recently completed a senior project “Helping the Lunch Ladies.” The seniors helped to keep the school’s cafeteria clean and provided a better eating area for students. (Submitted photo)