Luling School Administrator Wins Scholarship and News from Other Schools | Crescent City Community News

PUBLIC INTEREST SCHOLARSHIP: Brian Gough, who is the administrative monitor for the St. Charles Parish Public Schools Satellite Center in Luling, has won a 2022-2023 Louisiana Public Benefit Scholarship. The scholarship program allows recipients to spend an academic year advocating for an educational initiative of their choice, consistent with state priorities. The Gough Fellowship is focused on researching best practices for industry recruitment for internship programs. He holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Louisiana Tech University and a master’s degree in instructional leadership from Southeastern Louisiana University.

LIVINGSTON COLLEGE ACADEMY: Art students from Annalee Jackson showcased their creations to families, students and staff at an Art Night event Feb. 25 at Livingston Collegiate Academy.

  • Asia Pye and Daniel Moten, the fastest growing in the visual arts
  • Keylin Trochez and Donte Morgan, creative excellence
  • Ashley Logan and Gabriela Perez Vasquez, highest average in visual arts.

Students who submitted work to the Congressional Art Competition are Akira Henry, Alayja Bajoie, Emma Prophete, Daniya Sanders, Lataijah Jefferson, Layla Walthour, Rionne Myles, Sydney Randall, Donte Morgan, and Gabriela Perez Vasquez.

ST. CHARLES PARISH NUTRITION: A free summer catering service will be available for children under 18 and people with special needs in St. Charles Parish from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. until July 14 at Albert Middle School Cammon in St. Rose and the GW Carver Early Learning Center. in Hahnville. Those interested must attend a state-approved school. Free bus transportation to both sites will be available. For more information, call (985) 764-7944.

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Martha K. Merrill