East Elementary recently recognized students earning a 4.0 GPA for the first half of the 2016-2017 school year. Seated, from left, are Caleb Simon, Desiree Arceneaux, Cayli Lemelle, Kain Lormand and Wesley Thibodeaux, all second-graders. In back, from left are Kyla Semien, second grader; Principal Gina LaGrange, and Marquis Hooler, third grader. (Photo Submitted)
Residents in our state can ring in the New Year with 10 free flowering trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation any time during January.
By becoming a part of the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation, new members will receive two Sargent crabapples, three American redbuds, two Washington hawthorns, and three white flowering dogwoods.
A physics project at Eunice High School was presented to Central Middle sixth graders. Above, a demonstration about work and energy. From left are Kaylen Sonnier, Fernando Bustos, Jordan Melancon, Caleb Baudoin, and Ashton Reed. (Photos by Myra Miller)
As part of Central Middle School’s “Navigating Futures’ learning and interacting experiences Central Middle School sixth-grade science classes traveled to Eunice High School’s senior physics class on Feb. 12 to learn more about science and physics.
Students met inside the high school’s auditorium where a table was set upon the stage in which physics students introduced different physics topics and allowed Central Middle volunteers on stage to do ‘hands-on’ experiments.
Receiving their 25-point ribbons for Accelerated Reading in Annetta Papillion’s fourth-grade class at East Elementary included, in front, from left Jace Aymond and Gabriel Dietrich. Standing, from left are Papillion, Delontae Fontenot, Caden Schoeffler, Madison Mitchell and Zayiana Soileau who earned a 75 point AR ribbon. Not pictured is Kyra Thibodeaux, who earned a 25 point AR ribbon. (Photo Submited)
Junior Auxiliary of Eunice and Welders Equipment donates $150 each to support Katie Richard and Belly Buddies. The mission of the “Belly Buddies” program is to provide “Belly Bags” full of nutritious foods to students in need on Friday afternoons, providing them with foods that are easy to prepare and will last the entire weekend. Examples of the contents include: cereal, fruit cups, granola bars, Easy Mac, Spagetti-O’s, etc. The goal is to give to the children every week, so donations are always welcome. To donate to the Belly Buddies program, contact Glendale Elementary at 337-457-4121.