East Elementary in Eunice was recognized as an A school in the recently released state performance scores. East Elementary was the highest-scoring school in St. Landry Parish with a score of 106,2. From left, are Albert Hayes Jr., School Board member from Eunice; Stephanie Deville, cultural arts teacher; and Principal Gina LaGrange. (Photos by Harlan Kirgan)
Eunice High School was recognized as a Top Gain School in the performance scores. The school improved its score by 10.9 points to 92.2 for a B grade. From left, are Randy Aguillard, John McLemore, Lamonte Goodman, Principal Mitch Fontenot, Assistant Principal Kristy McLemore; and Eunice School Board member Mary Ellen Donatto.
Highland Elementary was recognized as a Top Gain School by raising its performance score by 10 points to 75.9 for a C grade. The school had been a D school. From left, are Albert Hayes Jr., a Eunice Board member, and Principal Lorie Ledoux. The presentations of banners occurred at Thursday’s meeting of the St. Landry Parish School Board in Opelousas.
High-performing St. Landry Parish public schools were recognized at Thursday's St. Landry Parish School Board meeting.