The Eunice Players’ Theatre will stage “Southern Fried Funeral,” directed by Amy Markle and Sharon Blankenship.Showings are at 7 p.m. Nov. , 8, 10, 13, 16 and 17. The dinner theater showing will be at 6 p.m. Nov. 14. A matinee performance is scheduled at 2 p.m. Nov. 11. Cast members, from left, are Abigail Eaves, April Miller, Gabrielle Reed, Brett Faulkner, Caleb Delafosse, Nicole Roy, Shawn DArbonne, Jody Powell, Nathaniel Calrk, Johnny Deshotel and Kristi Burleigh. (Submitted photo.)
Glendale Elementary first graders in Wendy Rougeau’s class did a science project and engineered a replica of Christopher Columbus’ Ship, the Santa Maria to celebrate Columbus Day. In front, Wesley Fontenot. Second row, from left are, Keylon Vallere, Gavin Alfred, Dash Keevon, Ellie Bergeron, Dwayne Reese, Cardazz Bricky and Corbin Gibson. In back, from left, are Olivia Guillory, Gracie Winkler, Bentley Gustin, Jassmine Rico, Bryson Fruge, Jaidyn Ashworth and Madisyn Aucoin.
Glendale Elementary first graders in Becky Manuel’s class did a science project and engineered a replica of Christopher Columbus’ Ship, the Santa Maria to celebrate Columbus Day. In front, from left, are Brianna Lopez, and Aliyana Guillory. Second row, from left, are Olivia Jacobs, Markenzlee Turner, Parker Smith, Nathan Comeaux and Payton Edwards. In back, from left, are, Aiden Meche, Theodore Nugent, Kayden Langley, Joshua Buxton, Brilynn Nguyen and Anastyn Reed.
A Christopher Columbus lesson at Glendale Elementary as these first graders in Michelle Brunet’s class created ships as part of their science lesson. In front, from left, are Garrett Hogg, Daniel Turner, Amos Johnson, Kaiden Thomas and Paisley Ceasar. In back, from left, are Rebecca Fuselier, Adilyn Brown, John Payton Prudhomme, Scarlett Bergeron, Katelyn Klumpp, Kolin Scott and Maleek Ceasar. (Submitted photos)
Highland Elementary celebrated the 21st CCLC Lights On After School program themed “Primarily Primary Art,” on Oct. 25. Lights On Afterschool is a project of the Afterschool Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that all children have access to quality, affordable after school programs. Program teachears, LaRhonda Simpson and Tonya Guillory hosted featured artist, Hannah “Gumbo” Thibodeaux as she taught students about the importance of art in education. Parents assisted students with art-based activities led by Thibodeaux. (Submitted photo)
This week’s Student of the Week is Emily Gotreaux, a junior at Eunice High School. Her parents are Shelly and Tim Gotreaux.
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 Tennessee because of the beautiful land and nature there.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a ER nurse.
What could you eat seven days a week? Crawfish.
What could you never eat? Vegetables.
East Elementary students dressed as their favorite Super Hero during Drug Awareness “Say No To Drugs”. Seated in front, from left, are Lucy Deville, Cole Rhines, Kalie Sassau, Dominque Douglas, Lainey Fuselier, Kristen Semien, Blakelyn Pierrottie, Alyana Guillory and Ellie Ceasar. In back, from left, are Barry Powell, custodian; Catherine Ortego, Aubrei Guillory, Justice Lewis, Chance Hunley, Haylie Lacombe, Hunter Guidroz, Lucie Guillory, Alkeem Fontenot and Gina LaGrange, principal. (Submitted photo)