Ascension Episcopal Preschool staff of Lafayette created a parody of "Uptown Funk" relating to all things Mardi Gras South Louisiana including Eunice!
Glendale Elementary honored its Students of the Week for Dec. 17-21. In front, from left, are, Megan Isaac, Olivia Jacobs, Adilyn Brown, Hayden Meche, Keylon Vallaire, D’Kieliyana Janice, Ashton Edwards, Brennan Vigee, Adaleigh Jenkins and Kayden Ware. In back, from left, are D’Naja Stevens and Shakari Brown. Not pictured are Mark Bushnell and Jeffery Bushnell. (Submitted photo)
Glendale Elementary named its Students of the Month for January. In front, from left, are, Jeremoni Semien, Ellie Guidry, Abriona Vallaire, Markenzlee Turner, Cailee Guillory, Lily Papillion and Dash Keeven. In back, from left, are, Rashon Scott, Elijah Ceasar, Rylee Bellard, Gracie Fulford, Ava Ray, Sage Marcantel and Brian Leger. Not pictured are Katlyn Klumpp and Joshua Loera. (Submitted photo)
Clay Menard’s physics class at St. Edmund High are learning about catapults, including the science and math concepts behind them, as they prepare for the lesson in which they design, build and test their own catapults. They demonstrated their understanding of motion and forces by using the catapults to launch objects. Kaden Fontenot, left, a senior, and Menard, right, gives instructions. (Photo Submitted)
Ella Wesley and Violet Stroope, both 6, create bracelets with beads that represent different food groups and the amount of recommended servings per day for each group. They were at a 4-H Food Smart Families nutrition workshop held Jan. 5 at the Open Health Clinic in Baton Rouge aimed at helping youngsters and their families live more healthfully. (Photo by Tobie Blanchard/LSU AgCenter)
By Tobie Blanchard, email@example.com
BATON ROUGE — At the start of a new year, many people resolve to eat more healthfully or spend more smartly. Teens on the Louisiana 4-H Food and Fitness Board gave up two remaining days of their holiday break to prepare for and put on a workshop aimed at giving people tools that will help them stick to their resolutions.