St. Edmund High School crowned its homecoming queen Friday evening during half time at their homecoming game. Savannah DeVillier, right, a senior, was crowned. At left is 2019 St. Edmund High homecoming queen Olivia Moreau. DeVillier is the daughter of Phillip and Lisa DeVillier. (Photo by Tom Dodge)
Heather Bertrand’s fifth grade class at St. Edmund Elementary created a chemical reaction by combining baking soda and vinegar. A gas was formed from this chemical reaction. They also learned when mixing an acid (vinegar) and a base (baking soda) they will neutralize through a process called neutralization. Camille Cormier performs the experiment. (Submitted photo)
Iota High School will celebrate its homecoming next week. Iota High named its homecoming court. Homecoming Court maids include, in front, from left, are Natalie Blackwell, Amy Doucet, Bailey Sarsfield and Halle Fulton. Second row, from left are Libby Bult, Brelynn Bordelon, Anna LaCombe, Madison Majors and Madison Comeaux. In back, from left, are Dixie Guidry, Grayce Aucoin, Alaina Miller and Shelby Leger. The Iota Bulldogs will play against the Pine Prairie Panthers Friday, Nov. 6 for their homecoming game. (Submitted photo)
St. Edmund High students celebrate homecoming week with different dress days. Monday was Country or Country Club attire. From left, are Dominic Prudhomme, Anthony Walker, both seniors; and Austin Stanford, a junior.
St. Edmund High students dressed Tuesday for the holidays during their homecoming week festivities. From left, are Easten Coleman, Savannah DeVillier, Pierson Brown, Mary Beth Lafleur, Ann Marie Dubois and Dylan Miller. In back, from left, are Jacob Southall, Nick Bertrand, Greta Miller and Wesley Driggs.
St. Edmund High students celebrate Homecoming this week. Students dressed out of school uniforms this week to celebrate the festivities.
On Monday, students dressed either as cowboys or cowgirls, or a member of the country club as the day was named, “Country verses Country Club Day”, Tuesday was declared as Holiday as students dressed as their favorite holiday.
On Wednesday students dressed as their favorite Celebrity and Thursday seniors will dress as senior citizens and underclassmen will dress as little kids.
Bailey Trichell, right, a senior at Eunice High School was crowned Homecoming Queen Friday evening at half time during Eunice High’s homecoming game. Left is 2019 Eunice High homecoming queen Taylor Alfred. Trichell is the daughter of Joey and Jamie Trichell. (Photo by Tom Dodge)