Students right are in our Junior and Senior Classes and are taking advantage of the Dual Enrollment Classes offered at Bethel Christian School through Louisiana Tech University, University of Louisiana at Monroe and Northwestern University.
They are earning college credits in English, Biology, History, Political Science, Spanish, Psychology and Fine Arts Survey.
On Friday, the Life Share bus will be at Bethel Christian School for their first blood drive this school year. We are looking forward to another great year of blood donors.
It was “Dinner and a Movie” with lots of “appetizers and desserts” as hundreds flocked to Lincoln Parish Park for the sixth annual event sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary.
It looked like an old-fashioned parish fair with booths sponsored by businesses and organizations, many local, providing activities for children until dusk when people sat on lawn chairs, towels and blankets to watch the movie.
This year’s movie, which was kept secret until the projection hit the screen, was Dr. Seuess’ “The Lorax.”
Sixth graders at Choudrant Elementary School are soaring into the fourth sixth weeks of school. They are reading abundantly using Accelerated Reader and the common core approach to reach their required points and percentiles.
The sixth graders have finished their DARE program presented by Deputy Phil Soileau and have graduated. They are proud of the DARE school-color shirts and the certificates of achievement they received.