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JHS Queen crowned…

Maddie Estis was crowned Queen of the 2016 homecoming festivities at Jena High School by Principal Glen “Slick” Joiner during the homecoming program last Friday. Queen Maddie, daughter of Becky and Jamie Estis, presided over her Court during the homecoming celebration throughout the day at JHS.  

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Superintendent retiring June 30

LaSalle Parish School Superintendent Roy Breithaupt announced during the school board’s regular October meeting held Monday night of last week that he would be retiring on June 30, 2017. Breithaupt made the announcement following an executive session of the School Board, held for the purpose of providing the Superintendent with his evaluation.  

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Flu shots at Health Unit on Wednesday

A drive-through flu shot event will be held at the LaSalle Parish Health Unit, across Second Street from the LaSalle Parish Courthouse, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. next Wednesday, October 14, 2016.
 

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JHS Homecoming this Friday

Jena High School will observe homecoming this Friday, October 7, 2016, with a full day of activities, according to Principal Glen ‘Slick’ Joiner. Actually, the homecoming celebration started Monday of this week with student decorating the school, and having special dress-up days during the week.
 

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U.S. Naval Academy Blue & Gold Officer Rev.

U.S. Naval Academy Blue & Gold Officer Rev. Scott Smith of Tullos speaks with Jena High juniors (right) Gerald Williams and Jacob Chandler during the college fair at Jena High last week. Well over 200 Jena High and LaSalle High juniors and seniors visited over a dozen booths manned by representatives of their respective university or college.
 
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Jena Elementary Kindergartners and Pre-Kindergarteners

Jena Elementary Kindergartners and Pre-Kindergarteners paid a visit to The Pumpkin Patch at The Farmer’s Market in Jena last week for a fun-filled morning of games, train rides, story time and more. Each student was presented with a gift bag and baby pumpkin at the conclusion of the visit. 
 

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Howdy Neighbor Day set in Jena Park Saturday

Howdy Neighbor Day will be held in the Jena Town Park on Saturday, October 8th, featuring lots of fun, food, crafts, face painting, kid games, all-day music and entertainment and much, much  more. Howdy Neighbor Day is held each year on the Saturday following homecoming  activities at Jena High School. JHS homecoming this year will be Friday, October 7th.  
 

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Sep

New alderman named for Olla

Anthony Fenoli was named to fill a vacancy on the Olla Town Council during a special meeting held Tuesday night of last week. Fenoli was selected to fill the seat left vacant by the resignation of Jake Long. He will join Madge Bailey, Al Cassels, Mark Richardson, and Joe Rachal to complete the five-member council.  

 

 

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The Rapides Foundation hosts 200 educators

The Rapides Foundation hosted 200 educators from throughout Central Louisiana at its third annual Symposium held September 14. The Symposium is an annual gathering around a topic of importance, and is a way to recognize the creation of The Rapides Foundation on September 1, 1994. The focus of the 2016 Symposium was education. The Foundation’s public education partners attended the event, including school district superintendents, school board members, BESE board members, and administrators and educators from the school districts in the nine parishes served by the Foundation. Current and former members of The Rapides Foundation Board of Trustees also attended the event. 

 

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Flu shots

Flu shots are being administered at various locations around the parish as residents prepare themselves for the upcoming flu season. Above, Hardtner Medical Center LPN Melissa Womack places a band-aid on Olla resident Ella Emig’s arm after administering a flu shot as part of HMC’s Fast Track Flu Clinic located at their Emergency Room entrance. Flu shots are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sign in at the outpatient office with the flu clinic clerk for faster service. HMC’s Director of Nurses/RN Cherry Beth Salter encourages everyone to get their flu shot as soon as possible because there are already reported cases of the flu in the area. LaSalle General Hospital is also giving flu shots in the emergency room. Flu shots are also available from other health providers in the community. The LaSalle Parish Health Unit does not have the flu vaccine yet, but will announce when it is available there.  

 

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