St. Edmund School named its Young Christians for the fifth term of the school year. Students recognized, in front, from left, Lilly Vidrine, Georgia Kate Wimberly, Kynlee Floyd, Beth Miller and Bryn Heinen. Second row, from left are John Austin Landry, Blake Moran, Clay Aguillard, Charlee Smith, Brooklyn Fontenot and Samuel Newsom. In back, from left are Chloe Warner, Mary Beth LaFleur, Cassie Manuel, Kennedy Ardoin, Kaidence Manuel, Anna Fruge, Isabella Heinen and Sarah Chapman. (Submitted Photo)
East Elementary fourth graders in Annetta Papillion’s class earned top points in the Accelerated Reading program. From left are Azyiana Soileau, 125 points; Kyra Thibodeaux, 100 points, Gabriel Duplechain, 75 points; Amyia Johnson, 75 points, Caden Schoeffler, 75 points, Jace Aymond, 75 points; Madison Mitchell, 50 points; and Zyon Fontenot, 50 points . (Submitted Photo)
East Elementary fourth-graders in Annetta Papillion’s class earned 25 point ribbons in Accelerated Reading program during third quarter of the school term. From left are Xavier Hebert, Gracie Allen, Bryan Allen, Julia Rider, Brooklyn Clavier and Tobias Guillory. In back is Principal Gina LaGrange. (Submitted Photo)
Attention all Eunice High seniors who had senior projects due and were given an earlier deadline by your English teachers, if you are now wishing to submit your project, it will become a paid advertisement.
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline is May 1.
No late entries will be accepted.
Samual Hebert began a three-month span of competing on the National Quiz Bowl Stage April 8 in the Texas Invitational VIII Quiz Bowl Tournament in Houston, Texas at Strake Jesuit.
Hebert and two other Louisiana students, one from Jesuit of New Orleans and the other from Lusher Charter in New Orleans, plus a Strake Jesuit student originally from New Orleans competed as the “ Louisiana Pelicans.