LEFT: New Library Aide, John Pruden, is busy processing a new book being added to the library collection at RJHS. RIGHT: Submitted photos
Pictured are Sarah Gilliland, Hannah Scheaffer, Aislyn Coyne, Oneke Gwan, Heather Thorson, Joanitah Nakiggwe, Christian Campbell, Vincent Grisby, Abby Pace, Brianna Currie, Ciera Wright, Scott Cater, Justin Griffin, James Ellenberger, Kayon Gamble, Ronald Wagner, Armani Bowman, Ryan Sorensen, Devin Chadwick, Trey Williams, Drew Campbell and Connor Cahoun, who all participated in the District Honor Band.
Principal’s List—All A’s
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Students, teachers and family members gathered Tuesday evening in the Community Room of the Origin Bank Financial Center to celebrate the result of a coming together of teachers’ guidance and students’ talent during the 10th Annual Earvin Ryland Youth Art Festival presented by the Kiwanis Club of Ruston.
The festival features painting, drawing and other art forms by Lincoln Parish high school students, and painting and drawing by students in grades seven and eight.
For one active cheerleader at A. E. Phillips School it has been almost a year since she has been able to fully cheer.
On Aug. 19, 2014, Jordan Scott, 13, awoke unable to feel anything from the neck down.
Doctors would attribute this rare occurrence to a blood clot at the base of Jordan’s neck, which was pressing against her spinal cord.
“I had gone to a stunt clinic for cheerleading, got my back handspring and been swimming with friends,” Jordan said. “I don’t really remember that morning because everything was happening so fast.”