“Christmas is a hectic time at DART but a wonderful time,” said Megan Warren. “I’m looking forward to spending my first Christmas as DART’s child advocate. It’s an opportunity to make Christmas happy for little kids who otherwise wouldn’t have Christmas at all.”
Every issue has at least two sides and the plan to base teacher evaluations at least partially on student performance is no different.
Community leaders, as well as those throughout the state in the field of education, have varied opinions about the proposed new plan, which Lincoln Parish and 11 other school districts will begin piloting in January. The entire plan is set to be implemented in the fall of 2012.
Cindy Gordon, Entergy Customer Service Manager, center, stopped by the Lincoln ACHIEVE office to present a check for $1000 to Keep Lincoln Parish Beautiful Coordinator Lindsay Gouedy, left, and ACHIEVE Coordinator and Keep Lincoln Parish Beautiful Board Chair Cathi Cox-Boniol, right, in support of the upcoming “Love Where You Live: Think Green Early” event at the Lincoln Parish Early Childhood Center.
NEW ORLEANS — All university students would sign an anti-hazing commitment if a proactive hazing solution idea is implemented.
During a two-hour, afternoon 2012 Empowerment Exchange: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Institute session, the president of Grambling State University and the President of Southern University System discussed a variety of issues involving student hazing rituals with nationally known analyst and commentator Roland Martin. Both universities have marching bands mandating that members sign such pledges.