In the spring of 2016, John Hanson Fruge’s year long project on the benefits of utilizing the science lab took first place in the St. Edmund Senior Legacy Project. Over the summer, the administration began implementation of upgrading the science lab using several components outlined by Fruge. During homecoming of 2016, several graduated classes donated money to continue with the upgrades. Students using some of the recent purchases, from left, are Alex Stelly, Marshall Fontenot, Michael Zaunbrecher, Jacques Richard. (Photo Submitted)
This week’s Student of the Week is Destiny Malveaux, a senior at Eunice High School. Her mother is Candie Malveaux.
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 Atlanta because it’s fun there.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a geologist.
What could you eat seven days a week? Noodles in a cup.
What could you never eat? Tripe.
Emily Zaunbrecher, a 4-H member at St. Francis School, racked up the ribbons when she competed at the District Livestock show in Lake Charles recently. Zaunbrecher placed first in showmanship with her sheep; first place in sheep category; second place sheep; and second place with her steer. She is the daughter of Sam and Leah Zaunbrecher. (Photo Submitted)
During Catholic Schools Week at St. Francis School the school participated in collective cleaning supplies for Ms. Helen’s Soup Kitchen in Crowley. Ms. Helen’s provides meals each day for the less fortunate. Their food is donated, but not cleaning supplies. Pictured with the supplies are fourth-graders from Carmen Pousson’s class. In front, from left, are Nick Gotte, Nathan Vincent, Jake Johnson, Connor Fruge and Dylan Navarre.
By: Rick Bogren, email@example.com
BATON ROUGE – As winter weather warms and spring approaches, Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities to help people enjoy the changing season.
Special springtime events to remember: