Third and fourth grade students at East Elementary listened to special visitors on campus, Eunice City Judge Terry Hoychick, left; and Eunice Police Chief Randy Fontenot. Hoychick and Fontenot encouraged students to perform their best in school. (Submitted photo)
Laura Francois’ fourth-grade students at Glendale Elementary recently learned about Greek Mythology. As a treat students were allowed to dress as their favorite Greek character. There was also Greek food prepared and several craft items made to celebrate what the students had learned. In front, from left are, Brenna Vigee, Emma Reed, Prestyn Broussard, Brailynn Boulet and Noriana Collins. In back, from left are, Jaiden Collins, Elijah Ceasar, Davian Stevens, Paisley Bollich, Asa Johnson, and Chesney Papillion. (Submitted photo)
The “Rendez-vous des Cajuns” Cajun Music Radio & TV show Saturday at the Liberty Center at 6 p.m. will have a performance by the Forest Huval band.
Admission is $5. Show starts at 6 p.m. The Liberty opens at 4 p.m.
Starting at 10 a.m. at the Jean Lafitte, children can participate in arts and crafts, all free of charge.
Every Saturday: Savoy Music Center Jam Session from 9 a.m. to noon, information: 457-9563.
Open every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The Eunice Depot Museum 457-6540 and the Cajun French Music Hall of Fame & Musuem 457-6534.
Aimee Barton with Dream Teachers of Louisiana paid a visit to Central Middle School Wednesday to recognize and honor Lauren Schoeffler, a semi-finalist for state middle school Louisiana Teacher of the Year. From left, are Superintendent Patrick Jenkins, Lauren Schoeffler, the honoree; Aimee Barton with Dream Teachers of Louisiana, and Director of Curriculum Angela Cassimere. Directly in front, students from left, are fifth graders Hazelyn Brown and Sydni Miller. (Submitted photo)
Lauren Schoeffler, a fifth-grade math teacher at Central Middle School, is one of 24 semi-finalist for middle school Louisiana Teacher of the Year, and holds the title of St. Landry Parish Middle School Teacher of the Year, was surprised Wednesday morning by a special visitor.
Aimee Barton of Dream Teachers of Louisiana paid a visit to Schoeffler to personally congratulate and commend her for her hard work, and dedication to teaching.
St. Edmund Elementary’s sixth-graders completed their project for International Day. A social studies unit on different countries were presented and assigned to students for a project and grade. Students chose a country to research, present a displayed poster board complete with a 3D model of a landmark of the country. They were also assigned to prepare a common food from their country. Judges were on hand to award first, second and third place. These placements will be awarded during an end of school term assembly.