Students are chosen by their teachers for good behavior at Glendale Elementary. Students names are put into a weekly drawing for prizes. These students were chosen for the week of Jan. 6 and are Paw ticket winners. From left, are Megan Isaac, Julie Duplechin, Reid Bielstein, Lily Papillion, Ellie Bergeron and Aubree Monroe. (Submitted photo)
Dance students from Michelle’s Studio of Dance will perform at the annual Eunice Player’s Theatre’s Irving Awards Saturday evening. In front, from left, are Riley Young, Laura Kate Manuel and Isabella Deshotel. In back, from left, are Brilee Crochet, Vivian Deshotel and Anna Fruge. (Submitted photos)
Dance students from Michelle’s Studio of Dance will perform at the annual Eunice Player’s Theatre’s Irving Awards Saturday evening. In no particular order are Zoie Manuel, Kaylee Fontenot, Cate Courville, Laura Kate Miller, Ava Manuel, Annabeth Ortego, Blailyn Godeaux, Addison May, Gracie Mae Broussard, Emma Claire Martel, Payton Godeaux and Briley LaPoint.
Dance students from Oliva Dodd’s School of Dance will perform at the annual Eunice Player’s Theatre’s Irving Awards Saturday evening. In no particular order are Josi Lemelle, Blair Heinen, Katherine Sittig, Samantha Ashford, Sara Grace Feucht, Preslea Laird, Krissi Feucht, Kynsli Fontenot, Caroline Heinen and Kadence Faulk. Not pictured are Brianna Cormier and Abagail Cormier.
As the date for Eunice Players’ Theatre’s Irving Awards narrows in to this Saturday night, the Irving Dancers and Singers are rehearsing their numbers for the entertainment portion of the ceremony.
The Irving Dancers are an annual tradition, with students usually representing local studios in alternating years. In celebration of EPT’s 50th season, students from both studios are included in this year’s production.
Zylee McQuirter, a kindergarten student at Glendale Elementary, was named the winner of the LSU cupcake raffle. (Submitted photo)
Fire Safety Coloring Contest winners were recently named at East Elementary. From left, are Lainey Fuselier, Kamri Johnwell, Carter Leger and Kylie Williams. (Submitted photo)
This week’s Student of the Week is Tamera Beverly, a sixth grader at Central Middle School. Her parents are Crystal Rung and Matthew Beverly.
If you had to live in another part of the world, where would you want to live and why? I would like to live in Paris because I would like to see different things.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a lawyer.
What could you eat seven days a week? Fruits.
What could you never eat? Black eye peas.