East Elementary’s Danielle Daigle’s third grade science class created Rube Goldbergs’ demonstration of force and motion. From left, are Randon Richard, Jahlinda Poullard and McKenzie Douglas. (Submitted photo)
First Baptist Church of Eunice will host the Louisiana Baptist Singing Women at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. The Louisiana Baptist Singing Women is an audition choir made up of women who are active in church choirs or music/worship programs all over the state. The church family of First Baptist Church cordially invites everyone to join them for the special praise and worship experience through music. The event is free. (Submitted photo)
St. Edmund hosted a science fair inside the school’s gym with middle school students presenting and displaying their projects.
Students had to use the scientific process effectively by learning about hypothesis, testing their hypothesis and putting data together. The science fair showed how one can put cross-curriculum subjects together to fuse science. The students used aspects of math, science, writing, and public speaking for their projects.
Skyla Hamilton, a pre-k student at Highland Elementary, puts the final touches on the school wide rainbows made with every Highland student’s hand prints to go along with the school’s theme, “A Rainbow of Possibilities.” (Submitted photo)
Highland Elementary’s 4-H Club sponsored a Recycle Day. All students who brought recyclable material were allowed to wear green. Some of the students that participated, in front, from left, are Kaison Green, Ja’Marren White, Carliss Bellard, Delsin Peres, Paislee Jones and Kaden Deselle. In back, from left, are M’Kya Victoria, Aries Shultz, London Bourgeois and Jacob Fontenot. (Submitted photo)