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Bethel uncertain on voucher program

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Top Photo: Bethel Christian School received a new flag for the school’s flag pole from the VFW No. 3165. Pictured (left to right) are VFW Post Commander of No. 3615 James D. Harper, Levi Jones, Lauren Hines and VFW Member Paul Foreman. Middile Photo: Enjoying “Free Dress Friday” at Bethel Christian School are (left to right) Faith Antley, Garrett Holloway, Lucas Ducharme, Matthew Sandifur and Gregory Davis. Bottom Left Photo: Inspecting the progress of the plantings in the Bethel Christian School Junior High Garden are Leslie Jones and Jayda James. The garden was created through a cooperative effort of junior high teacher Casey Pritchett and LSU AgCenter Agent Cathy Judd. Bottom Right Photo: Mother’s Day was made special at Bethel Christian School with the Annual Mothers’ Day Tea. Displaying his card is John Reagan Hasley.

State voucher program

Bethel Christian School has not made a decision about participating in the state school voucher program. Reserving the right to set accelerated standards for its students regarding conduct, dress and scholarship, Bethel Christian School is committed to exemplary Christian values, academic achievement, behavioral standards and small teacher/student ratios. Because the school maintains a higher criteria for student admissions than the public school system, the school is still investigating the requirements of the state program.

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