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Noah Brown

Senior Highlight: Kaplan High School's Noah Brown

What are your plans after high school?

My plans after high school is to go to college and hopefully playing a sport there.

Who is/was your favorite teacher?

Mrs. Heather Doucet

Who has had the greatest influence on you, why?

My dad. He gave me a lot of helpful advice throughout life.

What is your favorite movie?

Lion King

If you had a chance to have dinner with one person from history, who would it be?

Albert Einstein

If you could go back, what advice would you give “freshman” you?

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North Vermilion senior Caleb Reese and his classmates made signs that they held as they marched to the school board’s central office.

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The protesters stayed six feet apart as they protested to interim superintendent Brad Prudhomme who was in his office at the time.

Graduation Protest Held in Vermilion Parish

A group of Vermilion Parish graduating seniors and parents held a protest on Tuesday to try to change the way seniors will graduate this year.
Interim Superintendent Brad Prudhomme, said there will be no large gatherings for high school graduations. Prudhomme announced last week that each graduate would be handed a diploma in front of only five family members and a small group of school staff members. A photo will be taken of each graduate, and then they will walk away, and another student and family members will arrive.

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Brad Pruhomme

Vermilion Parish School Board in no hurry to begin search for new superintendent

How long will interim superintendent Brad Prudhomme keep the word “interim” in front of his name?
The answer to that question is for at least another 90 days.
At Thursday’s three-hour school board meeting, school board member Chris Gautreaux wanted to begin the search for a permanent superintendent. He said the entire process could take anywhere from 60 to 90 days.
“It is important we have a superintendent in place before the start of the next school year,” said school board member Kristy Hebert.

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Connor Goldsmith

Senior Highlight: North Vermilion's Connor Goldsmith

What are your plans after high school?

I want to serve my community in the fire department or the police department.

Who is/was your favorite teacher?

Ms. Meraiah Young

Who has had the greatest influence on you, why?

I actually have two. My dad has always pushed me to try harder and Coach Tommy Byler, he never gives up on any of us.

What is your favorite movie?

Chasing Mavericks

If you had a chance to have dinner with one person from history, who would it be?

Abe Lincoln

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Mayor Pam Blakely visits Delcambre citizens to deliver masks.

Delcambre mayor hands out masks to citizens

DELCAMBRE - On Thursday, Delcambre Mayor Pam Blakely drove around town handing out masks to those who needed. Her goal was to make sure that everyone had a mask to help flatten the curve of Covid-19.
Targeting the elderly and businesses as her main focus, Blakely just wants what is best for the people in her town, and for everyone to stay healthy.

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