Very Important Parishoners - Schools
J.B. Martin Middle student Deshinae Petetant made the honor roll for 2nd nine weeks.
Kalee Broussard and Allison Friloux of Destrehan were featured in A Taste of Opera, a vocal performance at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts.
Hahnville High students participated in District Rally held on March 17 at Nicholls State University. This rally allows students to showcase their talents in a variety of academic areas from English to the performing arts. Students are nominated by the Hahnville High faculty. Here’s a list of the HHS students:
Kirolls Ibrahim - Free Enterprise (3rd place, state qualifier); Kayla Beams - Introduction To Business; Megan Gonzales - Introduction To Business Computer Applications; Ryne Robert - English I (state qualifier); Rahul Jain - English II (state qualifier); Jordan Candies - English III; Andrew Miller - English IV (3rd place, state qualifier); Chris Cole - Journalism (1st place, state qualifier); Kimberly Dupre - French I (1st place, state qualifier); Carissa Marston - Spanish I (state qualifier); Michael Morin - Spanish II (state qualifier); Brice Jacobs - Spanish III (state qualifier); Kristi Champagne - Food & Nutrition (state qualifier); Stefania Lee - Advanced Math; Allyson Fey - Advanced Math II (3rd place, state qualifier); Chris Berry - Algebra I (state qualifier); Matt Dauphin - Algebra II; Roland Prestenback - Calculus; Nick Laque - Computer Science (3rd place, state qualifier); Daniel Binet - Geometry (state qualifier); Cameron Elmer - Biology I (state qualifier); Mallory Watson - Biology II; Maegan Watson - Chemistry; Meghan Vial - Physics; Gary Champagne - Environmental Science (1st place, state qualifier); Travis Sequeira - Physical Science (state qualifier); Arielle Delery - American History (1st place, state qualifier); Nick Helmstetter - Civics (state qualifier); Brittani Champagne - Psychology (state qualifier) Jessica Lauland - Sociology (state qualifier); Brianna Peterson - World Geography; Devon Kinler - Extemporaneous Speaking (3rd place, state qualifier); Courtney Rachal - Interpretive Reading (1st place, state qualifier); Buddy Trauth - Radio Speaking (1st place); Ashley Kittchner - Art (honorable mention).
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