Des Allemands Elementary students awarded

From staff and wire reports

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The students above received awards for “Most Improved.” (Sitting L to R) Ava Warren, Ja’Vonte Gray, Marley Huerta, Aaliyah Loupe, Kealey Meyer, Tristan Kultenhouser. Kneeling. (Middle Row L to R) Ra’Nyah Washington, Blaze McNulty, Collin Shields, Cade Vanacor, Zion Triggs. (Standing L to R) Micah Tastet, Seth Tregle, Dale Smith, Jaquan Poole.
The students above received awards for “Most Improved.” (Sitting L to R) Ava Warren, Ja’Vonte Gray, Marley Huerta, Aaliyah Loupe, Kealey Meyer, Tristan Kultenhouser. Kneeling. (Middle Row L to R) Ra’Nyah Washington, Blaze McNulty, Collin Shields, Cade Vanacor, Zion Triggs. (Standing L to R) Micah Tastet, Seth Tregle, Dale Smith, Jaquan Poole.
Numerous Des Alemands Elementary students were awarded at a recent community morning meeting for exhibiting good behavior traits.

  

The students above received the “Good Citizen Award”: (Sitting L to R) Gabrielle Touchard, Tori Millet, Aubrie Frickey, Emily Simoneaux, Kaven Williams, and Avery Oertling. Kneeling. (Middle Row L to R) Tristin Eaton, Marcel Myles, Tracy Engel, Makayla Tr
       



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