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Franklinton High JROTC, cheerleaders, and Student Council


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Pine Ag students compete in Northshore Technical Community College competition.

Photo courtesy of The Daily News


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Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center supported by Mt. Hermon students



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Varnado High School retirement celebration honors staff members for dedicated service.


Wesley Ray Elementary Family Night


FES Students Study Volcanoes

WPSS Central Office Employees Donate $507 to the Franklinton Food Bank

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Pictured: Rev. Andrew Voss (Hillcrest Baptist Church), Rev. LaSheena Simmons (Winan United Methodist Church) , Rev. Steven Bush (Centenary United Methodist Church), Marsha Newman (Washington Parish School Board), Fr Peter Hammett OSB (Holy Family Church), Lacy Burris (Washington Parish School Board)

ALERT: ACT Now for Autism Fun Run/Walk and 5K - Changes Due to Rain

5K – Moved to Saturday, April 25 at the Fairgrounds. Registration starts at 7:15. Race is at 7:45 with awards immediately following.

Washington Parish Schools Honor
Students of the Year

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The Washington Parish School System recently hosted a reception and awards recognition for students selected by each school as their Student of the Year. Additionally, Kaniya Dillon was announced as the eighth grade Washington Parish overall Student of the Year and Hunter Cooper as the twelfth grade overall Student of the Year.

Eighth Grade students were (standing L to R) Sydney Thomas, Pine Jr. High; Kaniya Dillon, Franklinton Jr. High; Christian Mizell, Varnado Jr. High; & Emily McElveen, Mt. Hermon Jr. High.

Twelfth Grade students were (sitting L to R) Tristan Galivan, Franklinton High; Zoe Busby, Varnado High; Karla Martin, Mt. Hermon High, & (not shown) Hunter Cooper, Pine High.

Washington Parish Student Recognized for Scientific Research

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Andrea Lee, a Senior at Franklinton High School, was recently recognized by the Washington Parish School Board for her scientific research. Andrea was the only high school student to make a poster presentation at the 89th Annual Louisiana Academy of Sciences Conference held at Nicholls State University. Her research presentation focused on a comparative study of salamanders she conducted in conjunction with Southeastern Louisiana University's Upward Bound program. Andrea is pictured above with Principal Lisa Tanner displaying her presentation poster.

Enon Elementary Celebrates Health Week

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Enon Elementary students participated in Health Week March 30th - April 2nd. Students enjoyed daily activities about making healthy food choices along with special physical education activities. Students are shown above wearing various colors to represent each of the five food groups. Students have enjoyed the “Health Ahead/Heart Smart” and “Super Kids/ Super Fit” programs throughout the year. The Health Ahead/Heart Smart message is “eat sensibly, be physically active, practice healthy behaviors, and achieve good attitudes and human values.”

WPSS Business Office Receives Certification

Employees in the WPSS Business Office recently received certification by the Louisiana Association of School Business Officials (LASBO) at the annual conference held in Lake Charles. They are Jamie Painter, Melisa Bateman, Tarmecia Partman, & Tracey McMasters.

LSBA Art Contest Winners

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Washington Parish School Board members recognized the parish winners of the Louisiana School Board Association Artwork Contest.

Grades K-5 - Jaylon Elzey - "Louisiana Style"

Grades 6-8 - Joley Lavigne - "Louisiana Pelican"

Grades 9-12 - Alyssa Vargas - "Southern Sweetheart"

Standing are their art teachers Tania Thompson and Caron Knight.  Not shown is Summer Stewart.  The works of art  were displayed at the 2015 LSBA Convention at the Shreveport Convention Center.

Students Selected for Regional Honor Choir

Franklinton Junior High School and Franklinton High School students recently participated in District Honor Choir at Ponchatoula High School. These students made up 23 of the 90 students chosen to participate from Washington, St. Tammany, and Tangipahoa Parishes.

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Franklinton Junior High Regional Honor Choir Students included:
Seated:  Corrin Wallace, Gabrielle Webb, Kaitlyn Woodward
Standing:  Choir Director Kyle Jones, Alex Bertoniere, Damian McMahan, Cole Persick, Sarah Hoggatt, Nicholas Ordoyne, Jayden Ard, Christen Helton

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Franklinton High School Regional Honor Choir Students included:
Seated:  Mary Gatlin, Orshall Brumfield, Mallory Morse
Standing:  Principal Lisa Tanner, Megan Gatlin, Autumn Hano, Jessica Brumfield, Summer Jenkins, Pierson Whitten, Jenia Miller, Guy Goss, and Choir Director Kyle Jones

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Franklinton Primary students raise funds for Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center


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Thomas Elementary 4-H club celebrates National 4-H week.


Enon Elementary School adopts a soldier to honor the Louisiana National Guard 205th Engineering Battalion.

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