Eunice High School crowned its 2018 homecoming queen during Friday’s evening half-time at its homecoming game. Brea Rougeau, a senior, was crowned by 2017 homecoming queen Robbi Palmer, left. Rougeau is the daughter of Darrell and Lorena Rougeau. At right is Mitch Fontenot, principal at Eunice High. (Submitted Photo)
Grandparent’s Day was celebrated at St. Edmund Catholic School Sept. 12. Grandparents were invited to a morning Mass and were invited to their grandchildren’s classrooms. From left, are Dr. Ben Miller, Beth Miller, first grader; Kat Miller, Molly Miller, kindergartener; and Ben Miller, third grader. (Submitted Photos)
Kelby McCauley, enrollment services specialist with UL of Monroe, gave a presentation to seniors at St. Edmund High. She discussed campus preview days, individual tours, admission requirements, scholarship requirements, academic majors, cost of tuition/fees/housing/meals, freshmen orientation, student to teacher ratio, athletics, clubs/organizations, and campus life. (Submitted Photo)
Eric Briscoe, a fourth grade student at Glendale Elementary, was the first student to make 10 perfect AR scores. He was rewarded with a balloon, a giant candy bar and a certificate. (Submitted Photo)
This week’s Student of the Week is Aubriana York, a senior at St. Edmund High School. Her parents are Blake York and Danielle Johnson.
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 Dallas Texas because the city is so friendly and they have so much to offer.
Do you have a career wish? I don’t really know for sure what I want to commit to yet, but I do know that I want to enjoy my future job and be successful.
What could you eat seven days a week? Spaghetti.
What could you never eat? Oysters.