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GSU joins together in prayer

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More than 35 students, faculty and community members gathered Thursday morning for breakfast, dancing, music and fellowship as Grambling State University observed the annual observance of the National Day of Prayer.
The Rev. Connie Breaux, coordinator for the event and the university’s campus ministries, played a piano in the student union and invited the audience to clap and sing, “This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be glad in it.”

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Tech, Amdocs partner to spur innovation

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Amdocs, the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, recently announced that it will join a new consortium led by Louisiana Tech University designed to spur  innovation and strengthen work force development by supporting research and development in strategic areas such as telecommunications, networking, cybersecurity and information technology.

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Tech students, professor present research at national meeting

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Several graduate and Ph.D. students at Louisiana Tech University, and David Mills, professor of biological sciences and faculty in Tech’s Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science, participated in poster and platform presentations at the 2012 Experimental Biology meeting, recently in San Diego, Cali.

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Fifth grader wins first place in statewide contest

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Art
The art students at Alma J. Brown Elementary School are so creative. We love to see them going about their work. They have been busy creating quilts and miniature beds.
Unusual art projects and patterns, as well as design projects, can be seen on display in the art room. Beautiful flowers, butterflies and bees give the room a breath of spring. Ahh — how wonderful.
Fifth grade

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Ruston Elementary Honor Roll

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Ruston Elementary School announced the honor roll for the fifth six weeks grading period. Students are listed by achievement and grade level.
Principal’s list-All A’s
First grade — Ke’Marrion Coleman, Dyson Fields, Kaleb Holland, Ashley Jackson, JuQuavion Jones, Kendrick Jones, Myesha Kilson, Kylen Mamon, Robert McGee, Shazmere Patterson, Rhagen Shallowhorn, Ransom Tah, Jabrina Womack and Kemyra Wright
Second grade — Kalyn Barnes, Antavion Bass, Teron Griffin, Rakerria Modest and Mario Sears
Third grade — Sarah Badar and Jaleyah Evans
Fourth grade — Frederick White

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Hico Honor Roll

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Hico Elementary School has released the honor roll for the fifth six weeks grading period.
Students who have achieved the honor roll are listed by achievement and grade level.
“A” Honor Roll — 4.0
First grade: Nariah Banks, Ryan Castle, Delaney Daniel, Jaden Dotson, Landon Farley, Madison Jacks, Jada Jones, Madison Lee, Kelsey Reed, Janiyah Rushing, Jordan Slaton, Jonathan Strain and Johana Valle
Third grade: Ari Valle
Fourth grade: Caitlin Badgley
“B” Honor Roll
— 3.50 – 3.99
First grade: Joshua Blades, Ethan Edge, JaKourion Key and Kobe Mack

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GMS Honor Roll

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Grambling Middle School has released the names of the students who achieved honor roll status for the fifth six-weeks reporting period.
Students are listed by academic achievement (minimum 3.0 grade point average) and grade level.
Principal’s list (4.0 GPA)
Eighth grade: Raegan Nation
Honor roll
Sixth grade: Starkeysia Dyes, Jordan Ford, Joshua Harrow, Geormar Owens, Alexia Perkins, Devonte Sexton and Tamia Watson
Seventh grade: Jacobe Boston, Fabian Carter-Randle and Tiaron Ford
Eighth grade: Kyrah Hill, Tyra Johnson, Azzie McKinsey and Jamar Murray

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Cedar Creek

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Rudnicki named to Key Club
Cedar Creek Key Club members attended the LaMissTenn District Convention in Baton Rouge April 20 – 22.
Members included delegate Chris Warren, Key Club President Ryan Dwyer and Key Club Lt. Gov. Will Rudnicki.
Key Club members attended officer training, club development and service leadership seminars during the convention.
Will Rudnicki was elected Lieutenant Governor for Division 6, which includes Cedar Creek, Ruston High School, Neville High School and West Monroe High School.

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Education Briefs

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Head Start report available
Lincoln Total Community Action, Inc. announces the availability of the Head Start Annual Report for the 2010-2011 school year. The report is inclusive of quality comprehensive services provided, eligible children and families and public funds approved for the operation of the program in Lincoln Parish. Copies of the report are available at the Head Start Centers. Contact Clotill Smith or Mildred Hill at 255-5401 or 255-2318
Reception for Wiggins set

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Learning about deferred compensation plans

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As a seasoned industry veteran continues in a successful career, they may begin wondering about different alternatives for building a bigger nest egg.

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