|Mimosa Park Elementary students practice social skills
May 11 at 11:51 am
Students from Joseph Tate and Anne Gabriel’s classes participated in a speech/language activity about spring time.
|Lakewood 5th grade metric conversion math problem
May 10 at 11:59 am
Lauren Dailey and her 5th grade Lakewood Elementary students, worked collaboratively by putting their heads together to solve a metric conversion problem.
|Exxon Mobile specialist visits Norco Elementary
May 10 at 11:49 am
Exxon Mobile employee Eric Keller visited Jessica Thomas’s 4th grade classroom at Norco Elementary.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Miss Kitty”
May 09 at 12:00 pm
Miss Kitty is this week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet.
|Harry Hurst Middle School goes Greek
May 09 at 11:48 am
Sixth grade students in Ericker Jackson’s and Karen Naquin’s Social Studies classes participated in a mock Ancient Greek Olympics.
|SCB Cheerleaders win
May 06 at 11:43 am
St. Charles Borromeo Competitive Cheerleaders recently placed 1st at the JAMFest competition held in Baton Rouge.
|Rotary Club Citizens of the Year
May 05 at 11:06 am
The St. Charles Rotary Club recently celebrated "Citizens of the Year" and "Young People of the Year" at their annual banquet.
|Mimosa Parks Elementary grandparent visit
May 04 at 11:26 am
Breanna Keller’s grandmother Alice Glore and great-grandmother Audrey Glore were two of many visiting grandparents who attended Mimosa Park’s Elementary ‘Because I Love’ annual grandparent visitation.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Sparks”
May 03 at 11:28 am
Sparks is this week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet.
|Senator Smith visits St. Charles Borromeo
May 03 at 11:27 am
One of the goals of the Parent/Community Involvement Committee at St. Charles Borromeo School involved adding signage to Highway 48 (River Road).
|R. J. Vial makes fractions fun
May 03 at 11:23 am
Eric Breaux and Lia Webre, 5th graders in Mrs. Gruner's class at R. J. Vial Elementary, compete in a game during math class.
|The Ethel Schoeffner Scholarship
May 02 at 11:25 am
College students who have graduated from either Destrehan High School or Hahnville High School may be eligible to apply for the Ethel Schoeffner Scholarship.
|Mother Goose family literacy night
May 02 at 11:09 am
Kindergarten students at New Sarpy Elementary and their families recently came together for "Mother Goose is on the Loose" Family Literacy Night.
|Valero Junior Achievement volunteer gives lesson
April 30 at 10:58 am
David Hall, a Junior Achievement volunteer from Valero, explains a lesson to Jazz Eugene and Shana Vicknair from Dawn Gill’s fourth grade class at Norco Elementary.
|Norco Elementary Young Author winners
April 30 at 10:55 am
Pictured are winners in the Norco Elementary Young Authors contest: (Front row) Caleb Thomas, Kaitlin Mizell, Michael Love and Lanie Fincher. (Back row) Paul Baxter, Kyla Royal, Emma Rome and Alyssa Sander.
|R.K. Smith honor roll
April 30 at 10:54 am
Ivette Galvez receives her certificate for making principal’s list for the second nine week period from Assistant Principal Ronnie Seal. Dayna Parker, representative from Monsanto, rewarded Ivette with a sling backpack for her efforts.
|New Sarpy Mudbugs chill out and read
April 30 at 10:53 am
New Sarpy Elementary Library proudly announces the winners for January’s reading program, "Chill Out and Read!"
|Entergy grants $25K for Wetland Watchers Park
April 30 at 10:52 am
Members of the St. Charles Parish Council and parish staff accept a $25,000 grant from Entergy for Wetland Watchers Park in Norco.
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Councilman demands answers on Hidden Oaks donation - 1021 views
Councilman Paul Hogan says Parish President V.J. St. Pierre did not properly carry out his duties when he didn’t challenge the warranty of a donated neighborhood in a move that may eventually cost taxpayers thousands of dollars.