Quiz Bowl students on top in competition
Submitted by Gary Creed
NORCO - The Sacred Heart School Senior Quiz Bowl Team competed in the Brother Martin sponsored National Honor Society Prep Quiz Bowl competition and placed as one of the top four teams in the metropolitan area. Sacred Heart defeated Christian Brothers Academy and St. Pius X to play in the semi-final round.
The members of the team include: Sarah Chester, Natalie Kern, Matthew Perque, Ethan Ranck, Chelsea Kirk, Cameron Walsh, Jimmy Antin, Nicholas Melara, Sarah Duhe, Melony Lewis, Cade Landeche, Rachel Moore.
Saintsí Michael Lewis pumps up kids for test
Submitted by Susan Landry
LULING - Raymond K. Smith Middle School was pleased to have Michael Lewis, Saints football player, speak to the students about doing their best on the upcoming Leap/iLeap tests.
Corey Benoit, sixth grader, and ShaKeeva Barnes, seventh grader, were the lucky winners of an autographed football and Michael Lewis jersey.
4-yr-olds stuff animals at Build-A-Bear store
Submitted by Clara Perret
ST. ROSE - Judy Rongey's four-year-old students from St. Rose Elementary School enjoyed their field trip to Build-A-Bear.
Pictured are Alana Casanova (front), Rachel Estrada (center), and Theresa Mauer (student teacher) who are fluffing their new stuffed animals.Peter Cottontail? Nah, itís Principal Weber!
Submitted by Deborah Barrette
DESTREHAN - Stephen Weber, Principal of Harry Hurst Middle School, recently followed through with his vow to dress in a rabbit suit and give treats out to Hurst students for every day that Hurst had perfect attendance during testing week. Pictured with Mr. Weber are eighth graders Kevin Hymel and Matthew Raiford.
Letís face it - art class is fun for all ages
Submitted by Stephanie Ward
DESTREHAN - Michelle Chifici, a senior at Destrehan High School, taught an art class for kindergarten students at New Sarpy Kindergarden as part of her senior project. Pictured: Dylan Guillot with Chifici.
|Photo courtesy of R.K. Smith Middle School|
|Raymond K. Smith Middle School was pleased to have Michael Lewis, Saints football player, speak to the students about doing their best on the upcoming Leap/iLeap tests.|