Parks Primary School held a Mardi Gras Parade to culminate a school-wide unit on Louisiana. The students in prekindergarten through fourth learned about Louisiana history and culture. For the parade, classes rode on Louisiana themed floats. St. Martinville Jr. High band led our parade and Dr. Lottie Beebe served as Grand Marshall. The parents and community came out to join in the celebration and catch throws.
ST. MARTINVILLE SENIOR HIGH
St. Martinville Senior High held it first annual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on February 26, 2014. The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, the National Honor Society serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Senator Fred Mills was the guest speaker welcoming thirty-five students into the newly founded SMSH Chapter.
Senior National Honor Society Inductees
Alasia Lee, Autumn Blanchard, Mary Granger, Austin Gaudet, Falon Frederick, and Kaitlyn Blanchard (Not Pictured) Kelsey Hulin and Anthony Xanamane
Junior National Honor Society Inductees
Top Row: Casey Dore, Matthew Hulin, Logan Kately, Preston Savoy, and William Morrison; Middle Row: Kristen Theriot, Vanel Porter, and Keri Fontenette; Bottom Row: Annette Riley, Marteisha Harrison, Allie Champagne, Clelie Comeaux, and Alli Douet
(Not Pictured) Hunter Theriot
Sophomore National Honor Society Inductees
Top Row: Austin Latiolais, Zachary Theriot, Reece Frederick, Ryan Oubre, Tate Courville; Bottom Row: Brianna Champagne, Jessie Romero, Simone Dupuis, Kelly Hulin; (Not Pictured) Stephen Joe, Caitlin Champagne, Natalie Melancon, Trevor Champagne
Cecilia High School
Nick Ashley and Truman Gaudin placed FIRST in the FFA Small Engines competition in Lake Charles. They are eligible for state. This is the first time CHS has placed first in this competition. We wish good luck to both at state.
The CHS Speech Team currently has 15 entrees qualified for the LHSSL State Championships to be held next month. These team members are Grace Baum (Duet Acting, Declamation, Duo Reading, & Oral Interpretation), Paetyn Wyble (Duet Acting & Dramatic Interpretation), Abbie Duncan (Declamation, Dramatic Interpretation, Duo Reading, & Oral Interpretation), Seth Latiolais (Declamation), Daphne Charles (Oral Interpretation), Dilan Patin (Oral Interpretation), and Craig Watson (Oral Interpretation).
CHS did well at the 2014 UL Lafayette District Rally, earning 6 #1 positions and sending 12 students to state competition April 5.
1st Place: Elizabeth Owens, Accounting I; Drake Frederick, Agriscience III; Beau Courville, Calculus; Trent Garrett, English II; Raymond Kidder, Nutrition and Food; Daphne Charles, Interpretive Reading
2nd Place: Kazi Rahman, Biology; Nick Ashley, World History
3rd Place: Johnathan Johnson, Biology II; Malika Broussard, French II; Miles Landry, Psychology
4th Place: Alexis Angelle, Algebra I
5th Place: Nelson Aguillard, Agriscience II; Corey Hebert, Business Computer Applications; Braylon Daigle, Health
Cecilia High's Art Club students competed at the YACA State Convention and earned ribbons in the following categories: Ricky Pham: 2nd in Graphics; Kali LaGrange, Rayna Gaspard, & Hope Carlson: Honorable Mention in various areas
BREAUX BRIDGE ELEMENTARY
Dr. Reed applied for a Lowe's Toolbox grant and received a $4,800 for math.
BREAUX BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
BREAUX BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL FBLA
Congratulations to Breaux Bridge High School Future Business Leaders of America 2013-2014 District Winners!
The Future Business Leaders of America District Leadership Conference was held on January 31, 2014 at St. Edmund Catholic School in Eunice, Louisiana. Of the 28 BBHS members who competed in one or two events, 23 of the members returned to our community with a total of 31 awards which included â€œEight - 1st Place, â€œEighteen â€“ Superiorâ€ and â€œFive â€“ Excellentâ€ awards. All 1st
Place and Superior awards qualified the students to compete at the Louisiana State Leadership Conference which will be held in Lafayette on March 23-25th
! See complete list of results here.
These BBHS students, pictured in no particular order, were accompanied by their sponsor, Ms. Amy Windsor and chaperone, Ms. Christine Mills.
Congratulations to all students placing at the UL District Rallly:
2nd place Accounting I - Mary Nguyen
4th place Advanced Math/Pre-Calc. - LyndsyCaillier
4th place Agriscience I - Ryan Cole Jackson
4th place Agriscience II - Devin Leblanc
2nd place Agriscience III - Matt Patin
2nd place Business Computer Applications - Cody Abshire
3rd place Financial Math - Grant Cheramie
2nd place Civics - Jordy Broussard
2nd place Family & Consumer Science - Arnita Morton
1st place English I - ToriLaviolette
3rd place English III - Bethany Wright
4th place Nutrition & Food - Krystie LeBlanc
5th place Fine Art Survey - KaitlynLaLonde
3rd place French I - BrileyBernis Bergeron
1st place French II - Claire LeBlanc
1st place French III - Matthew Boudreaux
2nd place Intro to Business Comp Applic. - Chazz Boyd
1st place Parenthood Education - Callie LeBlanc
3rd place Physical Science - Kyle Badeaux
4th place Psychology - Emma Bordelon
1st place Sociology - Trey Theriot
2nd place Spanish I - Nakia Clay
2nd place U.S. History - Alex Lear
1st place Television Speaking - Alexis Louviere
- Stephensville Elementary recently established the first girl's softball (Lady Gators) and boy's baseball (The Stephensville Gators) teams in school history.
- Stephensville is also starting boys and girls swim teams. They will compete in the Tri-City League in Morgan City.
- For more Stephensivlle news, click here.