On Feb. 3 Eunice High School students generously donated for “Souperbowl” Friday. Students “paid” to wear football jerseys or football tops with jeans by donating cans of soup. All donations were given to the Eunice Food Bank. In front, from left are Elizabeth Soileau, Lillian Ashford and Shanyia Toussaint. In back, from left, are Lane DeVillier, Brian Lopez-Delano, Alexis Gallow, Nicklos Marinos, Brianna Mitchelle and Daijah Bushnell. (Photo Submitted)
Eunice High School senior Shamara Ricketts performed her senior project at the Welcome House in Maxie. Ricketts volunteered and assisted the director, Stacy Miller, left, with the children’s Christmas Eve event. Ricketts, center, handed out gifts and organized children’s games. (Photo Submitted)
The “Rendez-vous des Cajuns” Cajun Music Radio & TV show Saturday at the Liberty Center at 6 p.m. will feature a performance by J R Hebert and The Maurice Playboys.
Show starts at 6 p.m. The Liberty opens at 4 p.m.
Tickets are $5.
Starting at 10 a.m. at the Jean Lafitte, children can participate in arts and crafts, all free of charge.
Every Saturday: Savoy Music Center Jam Session from 9 a.m. to noon, information: 457-9563.
Students and Teachers of the Year at St. Edmund Catholic School were honored at the conclusion of Wednesday’s morning Mass at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. From left, are Students of the Year, Ashton Eckholdt, Twelfth-Grade Student of the Year; Henry Brown, Eighth-Grade Student of the Year; and Eli Thomas, Fifth-Grade Student of the Year. (Photos by Myra Miller)
Teachers of the Year at St. Edmund Catholic School were recognized Wednesday morning. From left are Mike Yachera, High School Teacher of the Year; Mary Joubert, Elementary Teacher of the Year; and Dana Landry, Middle School Teacher of the Year. Catholic Schools Week was recognized at St. Edmund this week also.
St. Edmund Catholic School honored its 2016-2017 Students of the Year, fifth-grader, eighth-grader, and twelfth-grader student were chosen.
Each year, St. Edmund Catholic School participates in the Louisiana Department of Education’s Student of the Year Program. This program is designed to recognize outstanding elementary, middle/junior high, and high school students.
This program is an excellent opportunity to recognize from each school system those students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement.
East Elementary named its January Operation Greatness Super Speller Awardees. Students include, seated, from left, Kristen Semien, Saigen Johnson, Adilee Dupre, Isaac Guillory, Collin Fontenot and Taven Vanzant. Second row, from left, are Anastasia Plaisance, Isaiah Manuel, Wesley Thibodeaux, C’Ona Rhines and Likiajah Thomas. In back, from left, are Kenzzley Ned, Leilun Jackson, Tobias Guillory and not pictured Raphael Maglalange. (Photo Submitted)