These Eunice Elementary students arrive on campus Thursday to begin their first day of school. From left, are, Kristlin Broussard, second grader; Marissa Seraile, first grader; and Lederick Lewis, first grader. The principal at Eunice Elementary is Mary Dupre.
Eunice public school students started their first day of school Thursday. At Eunice High Richard Shofstall of First Baptist handed out free donuts to all students. Helping Shofstall is Mayci Snider, a senior; and enjoying a donut is Myles Woods, a freshman. (Photos by Myra Miller)
This group of girls arrived together at Eunice Jr. High School to start their first day of school. From left, are, Gabriella Dupre, Ali Vige, Bailey Turner, Leigha Dischler and Taylor Langley, all seventh-graders.
Would your boys know how to get back to civilization if they became lost? They should never be in the wilderness without a buddy, someone to watch their back, hold the other end of the rope, to go for help. Acadian Baptist Center near Richard will present a two-day event, Survivorman, Sept. 14-15, for boys in first through sixth grade and their dads. The boys will participate in fast-paced, action-packed practical training on avoiding being lost, what to do when lost, and land navigation, as well as other fun activities. The cost is $45 per person and includes meals and lodging.
St. Edmund School students started their first day of school Wednesday. Monsignor J. Robert Romero greets and welcomes on campus John Michael Brown, a sixth grader. (Photos by Myra Miller)