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Class Act Student of the Week

This week’s Student of the Week is Jase Francis Frank, a sixth grader at Central Middle School. His parents are Fallon Goodly and Francis Frank III.

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 Florida.

Do you have a career wish? I would like to become an engineer.

What could you eat seven days a week? Buffalo wings.

What could you never eat? Tomatoes.

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Red Hatters Christmas Social

A Red Hat wine and cheese party was held recently at the home of Barbara Wells of Eunice. Hostesses for the event were Barbara Wells, Pris Duplechin, Shirley Miller, Ching Wasmuth and Mary Ann Sonnier. The 15 women who attended the festivities enjoyed tasting, conversation and Christmas cheer. The attendees brought items and money that was donated to an organization that helps women and children in need. From left are Ching Wasmuth, Shirley Miller and Barbara Wells. (Submitted Photo)

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Crawfish farmer Thomas Young talks to a group of fifth-graders at Central Middle School during the kick off of the school’s Navigating Futures at Central. He spoke about his job, the details of crawfish farming, and the crawfish industries. Students had an opportunity to ask questions about his job. (Photos by Myra Miller)

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The mayor of Eunice Scott Fontenot paid a visit to a group of fifth-graders at Central Middle School during a kick off of the middle school’s newest “Navigating Futures.” The students had the opportunity to ask the mayor about his job duties, his best part of his job, his difficulties he faces as mayor, and etc. Jake Fontenot, right, is one of the fifth-grade teachers at Central Middle.

New at Central Middle School, 'Navigating Futures'

Something new is happening at Central Middle School, “Navigating Futures at Central.” Navigating Futures’ purpose and intentions is to create an increased “camaradie” among students and staff in promoting “buy-in” and building social and academic capacity for increased self-esteem.

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