Twenty-two VC seniors recently received scholarship offers from UL Lafayette. The students (in alphabetical order) are: Andre Bertrand, Drake Broussard, Claire David, Andrea Delhommer, Danielle Dubois, Linsdey Franz, Whitney Freeland, Katie Frith, Brennan Gallet, Emily Husband, Ellen Lanlinais, Danielle Laperouse, Shay LaPorte, Tyler Lege, Connor Menard, Emma Noel, Collin Primeaux, Trey Ryder, Nathaniel Silar, Ana Leah Tribaldos, Kaylee White, and James Williams.
Vermilion Catholic is not a new a school, so it is difficult to say it is up-and-coming.
Each year, Dozier Elementary’s technology committee applies for grants locally and nationally. This past fall, Dozier submitted a proposal for technology resources to be used by the students to the Erath 4th of July Association. Recently, Erath 4th of July Association President Robert B. Vincent and board members were on hand to present the grant money awarded for the submitted proposal. In the past five years, the group has donated a total of $10,700 toward Dozier Elementary’s “Eye on Tech” campaign. Pictured at the 2013-14 grant presentation are Dozier Elementary Principal Karla Toups, board member Stephanie Broussard, board president Robert B. Vincent, and board members Peggy and John Earl LeBlanc.
ERATH - When new school leaders Karla Toups and Natalie Hebert began their journey at Dozier Elementary in 2009, they sat with (part time) tech specialist Stacy Bodin to discuss the role technology