|Allemands Elementary principal for a day
March 31 at 11:04 am
Second graders Brandon Gainey and Keith Carmardelle were principal and assistant principal for the day at Allemands Elementary.
|R.J. Vial's Peaceful School Bus Program
March 31 at 11:01 am
Students, bus drivers and staff members meet regularly throughout the school year to work on activities that promote respect and communication.
|Luling United Methodist Church Easter service
March 30 at 10:53 am
Six-year-old Thomas Adcock and 7-year-old Sarah Green wave handmade palm branches as part of Palm Sunday at Luling United Methodist Church.
|Bunnies in Paradis(e)
March 30 at 10:47 am
On a dead end street in the backyard of an otherwise unassuming trailer home located behind J.B Martin Middle School in Paradis is a row of rabbit hutches.
|Register now for parish summer camp
March 30 at 10:29 am
The St. Charles Parish Parks and Recreation Department is now taking applications for its 2013 Inclusive Summer Day Camp.
|Lakewood Elementary document based social studies
March 29 at 11:00 am
Monica Chapman’s 5th grade social studies class at Lakewood Elementary experienced a different lesson when they encountered their first document based questions (DBQ) lesson.
|SCB Cheerleaders place 1st in “Kickin It For Kids” competition
March 29 at 10:59 am
St. Charles Borromeo Competitive Cheerleaders competed at the Kickin’ It For Kids in Hammond where they placed first in their division and second overall in the event.
|You’ve got to read this!
March 28 at 11:11 am
New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.
|Relay for Life King and Queen
March 28 at 11:07 am
The Relay for Life Survivor's dinner sponsored by Valero was held on March 14 at the KC hall in Norco.
|J.B. Martin science fair
March 28 at 10:55 am
Students participationg in J. B. Martin Science Fair held in late January in the school gymnasium had to present their projects to a panel of judges who volunteered their time from local businesses in order to help the fair.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Sal”
March 28 at 10:52 am
Sal is a 1-year-old Siamese flame point with blue eyes. Humane Society officals said Sal is "sweet as pie, very affectionate and is patiently awaiting a home and hopes he will have one soon."
|ROARS iPad winners
March 27 at 9:46 am
Destrehan High School rewarded students who meet the school’s ROARS Expectations each semester.
|Hahnville High School Teacher of the Year
March 26 at 9:50 am
Jeanne Nouri, an English III American literature teacher, has been selected Hahnville High School 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year.
|R.J. Vial's Frog and Toad performance
March 25 at 9:48 am
R. J. Vial's students performed “A Year with Frog and Toad,” which promoted acceptance and friendship. The cast of the musical is pictured.
|LWE students explore use of color
March 24 at 9:52 am
Mason Lucky, a student in Jasper Fahrig’s talented art class at Lakewood Elementary, worked on a project exploring the use of color as part of a year-long study of the seven elements of art.
|R.J. Vial selects mascots
March 24 at 9:44 am
The following 5th graders have been chosen to represent R. J. Vial Elementary School as “RJ,” the mascot, for various school functions.
|Rotary Club donates to hurricane recovery
March 23 at 9:41 am
The Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish presented a $1,000 check to the Rotary Club of LaPlace.
|SCB students visit the airport
March 23 at 9:39 am
Students in PK4 and kindergarten at St. Charles Borromeo recently attended the first Airport Education Day at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport with five educational sessions about the aviation industry.
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Most graduating seniors do not come close to scoring a 27 on the ACT test, but 13-year-old J.B. Martin Middle School 7th grader Lauren Watson did just that this school year.
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