Eunice public Pre-k programs will begin registering students on Monday. In order to be eligible for Pre-k for the 2017-2018 school year, a child must be 4 years old on Sept. 30, 2017. Parents can sign up for testing at their zoned school. From left, are Kelly Fontenot, Jaime Lavergne, Tabitha Niles, Katie Richard, Aimie Fontenot and Natisha Gil. (Submitted Photo)
Recently students from Highland Elementary traveled to the state capitol in Baton Rouge for a field trip. Students attending the field trip were rewarded because of their AR achievements and goals since the beginning of the school term. State Rep. Phillip DeVillier met with the students and shared informative facts about the state capitol.
Graduation is right around the corner and much is needed ahead of time for the newspaper’s special graduation edition.
Eunice High and St. Edmund seniors are to EMAIL their senior bios.
Information entails: Name, school, parents’ name, home phone number, activities (include years involved), Awards (at school), and plans after graduation.
This information can be emailed to: email@example.com
Deadline is May 1.
NO late entries will be accepted.
Eunice High School seniors Dakia Anderson, left, Destiny Malveaux, Amaya Green, and Jaydon Williams, not pictured, did their senior project on March 7 by having a bake sale at the high school. All proceeds went to the lung cancer association. (Submitted Photo)
Eunice High School seniors Tim Mire, left, Bhrett Schexneider, Andy Stephens and Lukas Deculus completed their senior project by having a clothing drive, “Closet Collections,”on March 11. All donations were given to non-profit organizations, Goodwill, The Arc and the Welcome House. (Submitted Photo)