On Sept. 11, to honor National Day of Service and Remembrance, the Satellite Center STAR (Students Teaching and Reaching) team members read to young students at both the East Bank Headstart and Carver Early Learning Center. Each STAR team member selected an age-appropriate children’s book to read and prepared a literacy activity to engage the students. Some of the activities were to match the alphabet after hearing Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, create llama puppets to accompany the book Llama Llama Red Pajama. School officials said the young students were excited about being read to by high school students and that STAR team members had as much fun as the young students.
Calling it “a very substantial” property, parish officials say they have a West Bank boat launch site in hand that will be announced by the landowner. Public Works Director Clayton “Snookie” Faucheux said the “alternate […]
Startling police photos recently showed a Luling man jump over the railing of the Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge to the Mississippi River below, but his ease at accessing the bridge isn’t “a design issue” or […]
Following extensive questioning, the St. Charles Parish Council approved refunding bonds to provide $2.25 million for an outpatient diagnostic center at Plantation View Medical Office building in Destrehan. Austin Reeder, CEO of St. Charles Parish […]