LEFT: New Library Aide, John Pruden, is busy processing a new book being added to the library collection at RJHS. RIGHT: Submitted photos
Pictured are Sarah Gilliland, Hannah Scheaffer, Aislyn Coyne, Oneke Gwan, Heather Thorson, Joanitah Nakiggwe, Christian Campbell, Vincent Grisby, Abby Pace, Brianna Currie, Ciera Wright, Scott Cater, Justin Griffin, James Ellenberger, Kayon Gamble, Ronald Wagner, Armani Bowman, Ryan Sorensen, Devin Chadwick, Trey Williams, Drew Campbell and Connor Cahoun, who all participated in the District Honor Band.
Principal’s List—All A’s
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The third grade teachers and students at RES have hit the ground running this year.
With many transitions taking place we have pulled together to create the best learning environment possible for ourselves and our students. We have started our second reading unit which focuses on the study of “Trees” by implementing many different fiction and nonfiction texts. We are working daily to make our students better writers, too.
Louisiana Tech University’s department of history and Phi Alpha Theta history honor society have teamed up to celebrate Women’s History Month with a variety of lectures, films and a research paper competition.
Laurie S. Stoff, an assistant professor of history, said the purpose of the events is to highlight women’s accomplishments throughout history.
Students enrolled in History 475: Women in History created the first event, an exhibition titled “Women Who Made History,” this past winter quarter at Tech. The exhibit will be displayed through March 31 in the main foyer of George T. Madison Hall.
The Jackson Parish Sheriff’s Department has completed their investigation into the suspicious death of an 8-year-old Jackson Parish child.
According to a news release from the sheriff’s office, after an aggressive investigation looking into this, the office has concluded from all the evidence and information received that this fatal shooting was accidental.
The office will not pursue any criminal charges into this matter.