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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.


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"Around the World" Art Showcase Hosted at TES, PHS

FJHS Students Place First in Forrest L. Wood Art Competition

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Franklinton Jr. High talented art students competed in the Forrest L. Wood state fish art contest. Two students placed first in their division. Shown above are seventh grader Ava Holloway and sixth grader Niko Amaro with their winning entries. State winners from across the nation will be recognized at the FLW Cup Bass World Championship in August.

Enon Elementary Explores the Life Cycle

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Ms. Joyce's Pre-Kindergarten class at Enon Elementary recently studied the life cycle of the butterfly. Students enjoyed reading about "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and then watching it become a butterfly and fly away!

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