The Louisiana Tech softball team is teaming up with the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team (DART) of North Louisiana to host a charity softball game on Saturday when the Lady Techsters face Fresno State in a Western Athletic Conference doubleheader.
From 5-6:30 p.m. Sept. 27, the I.A. Lewis parking lot was turned into our Annual Open House Carnival.
Tents from Community Trust, First National Bank and Smoothie King allowed parents to get in the shade and meet teachers, check out books and get handouts about classroom activities. Our wonderful Adopt-a-School partner, The Bridge Community Church (formerly Crossroads), grilled hot dogs and offered bottled water to nearly 200 attendees.
Ruston Junior High School has gotten off to a great beginning this 2013-2014 School Year by learning the state rating based on last year’s tests results will cause RJHS to move from a “C” rating to a high “B” which is very close to an “A” thanks to all the hard work put in by our seventh and eighth grade students and their teachers.
Principal, Tim Nutt, commented, “We are ecstatic about the gains we’ve made and we will continue to respond to the changes in the curriculum and seek ways to continue increasing student achievement.”