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October 24th

Bite into safety this Halloween

Each year millions of Americans celebrate Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve, by dressing up in a costume or passing out candy to children.
But here in Lincoln Parish with the many festivities we have surrounding the holiday, residents should all take a moment to make sure we have a healthy and safe Halloween.
Childrensdmc.org gave the following safety tips for candy.
• Avoid giving choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies or small toys as treats to young children.

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Learning something new daily

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During elementary, junior high and high school, I remember all the little nuances of historical facts that were taught. We learned about the every war that happened, every catastrophic event and every president that was ever sworn in. I thought I knew it all.
At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the Lincoln Parish Library event center, in the Dubach Room, hundreds of people crowded in to watch a presentation about the orphan trains. If you are not certain you have ever heard of these orphan trains, you probably haven’t. But don’t feel bad, neither had I.

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RJHS raises funds, awareness for breast cancer

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Ruston Junior High School (RJHS) entered its third year of its Future Business Leaders of America organization with a membership of 19 students.
Serving as officers this year are: President Brandy Boyd, Vice President Joanna Ham, Secretary Molly Bertrand, Treasurer Jalia Payne, Reporter Kearia Wright, Historian Erykah Gant and Parliamentarian Drake Ward.

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Cypress Springs honor roll list

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Cypress Springs has announced the names of those students who have achieved honor roll for the first six-week grading period.
Principal’s List

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DCS names outstanding students

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Downsville Charter School presents an Outstanding Citizenship Award to specially selected students as part of a program to find and reward those students who work hard at being good citizens at home, at school and in the community. We proudly announce our Outstanding Citizens for the month of October. They are Maggie BeDoit (Elementary), Paige Cross (Middle School) and Ashley Justus (High School).

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Grambling Middle honor roll list

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Grambling Middle School has released the names of the students who achieved honor roll status for the first six-weeks reporting period.
Students are listed by academic achievement (minimum 3.0 grade point average) and grade level.
Honor Roll
Grade six: Nancy Banuelos, Mariah Berry, Ki Deloney, Jadae Jackson, Kristin Jackson and Mareo Riley
Grade seven: Treun Ford, Daizsha Hackney, Aaron Hill, Diamond Loyd, Sean Morris, Justin Richard and JuNera Wilson
Grade eight: Shemire Brown, Iyana Marcel, Alexia Perkins and Tamia Watson

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I.A.L. welcomes new partners, challenges

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Our first nine-weeks has been a big success. Each department is collaborating to make sure the new Common Core Standards are implemented successfully. Most of our students have been upbeat and positive. We are looking forward to three more nine-week periods of great Ram Pride success.

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Glen View Elementary Honor Roll

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Glen View Elementary has released the names of those students who have achieved the honor roll for the first six-weeks grading period. 
Principal’s List

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SHS hosts ‘Speaking of Science’

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Students in Chris Campbell’s science classes at Simsboro High School recently extended and enriched their learning through guest lecturers from Louisiana’s “Speaking of Science,” a science and engineering speakers’ bureau. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Board of Regents’ Louisiana Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, the SoS speakers are counted among the State’s finest teaching and research talent in the science and engineering disciplines.

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October 23rd

Storage among top issues at RES

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If the Ruston District No. 1 millage tax extension is approved by voters on Nov. 16, teachers at Ruston Elementary School will be most excited about the new storage space they will be afforded.
RES Principal Sonja Walker, who worked closely with former RES principal Shavonne Garner-Price to develop the list of needs at the school, explained that teachers currently have access to very little storage.

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