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Glendale Elementary collects for Belly Buddies feeding program. (Submitted photo)

Help out children at home by giving to Belly Buddies

Glendale Elementary is beginning its fifth year of a feeding program, “Belly Buddies.”
The mission and purpose of Belly Buddies is to provide yummy, healthy and nutritious foods to students in need.
Katie Richard, creator of the program, and Pre-K teacher at Glendale, says, “Our cafeteria does a great job of serving breakfast and lunch each day to our students, however, there are students on weekends and holidays who struggle at home with little or no food. This outreach program is a chance for our school to meet our students’ needs, and to be the hands and feet of Jesus.”

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St. Edmund High freshmen, sophomores and juniors dressed in Blue & White Thursday as they celebrated homecoming week. From left are Savannah Devillier, junior; and Kaleb George, a sophomore.

Toga Day at St. Edmund High

Thursday was Toga Day for St. Edmund High seniors and underclassmen dressed in the school’s traditional Blue & White. From left, are Katherine Sittig, Allie Pousson and Jaedyn Soileau. (Photos by Myra Miller)

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Dressed as their favorite movie character Monday for homecoming week are, from left, Victoria Marcantel, Josh Heinen, Katelyn LaCour, and Kinsley Marcantel, all seniors.

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St. Edmund High seniors dressed in Safari Wednesday and underclassmen dressed as animals, from left, are Gavin Dupre, freshman, Sam Heinen, freshman, and Karleigh Soileau, a sophomore.

Homecoming week at St. Edmund High School

Students at St. Edmund Catholic High School dressed this week for homecoming festivities. Monday was declared Movie Character Day; on Tuesday, students dressed in their favorite Decade; Wednesday was Safari Day for seniors and underclassmen dressed for Jungle Day. Seniors dressed in Togas today and underclassmen dressed in traditional Blue & White. From left, are Harry Summerlin, Doug Summerlin, Peyton Marcantel and John Smith, all seniors. (Photos by Myra Miller)

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