Simsboro School has announced those students who have achieved honor roll for the second six weeks of the school year. Those students are:
“A” Honor Roll – 4.0 GPA
First grade: Calvin Baker, Kailee Barnette, Jadyn Bradley, Gabriel Cole, Gary Harris, Sarah Jordan, Lillie Lonadier, Kristin Martin,Erin Matlock, Jazmyn Self, Sean Paul Tartar, Dylan Trevillion, Lauryn Vernon and Kristian Warfield
Fourth graders from Cedar Creek School enjoyed the annual White House Dinner at Squire Creek Country Club on Friday.
The goal of the dinner, which is an annual event, is to teach students the proper way to cut meat, which utensils to start and end with, common courtesy, proper attire and other basic etiquette standards.
“Fourth- and fifth-grade social studies classes have a whole unit of government they learn at the end of the year and this dinner ties that all up,” Teacher Tracie Rugg said.
Ruston’s Super 1 Foods along with other stores in Texas and Arkansas are currently accepting food donations as part of the 32nd annual Spirit of Christmas Food Drive.
Approximately 150 Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods stores will be collecting donations of nonperishable food items and will be teaming up with a wide range of service organizations to distribute food to families who need assistance.
Chris Turner, manager of Super 1 Foods in Ruston, said they have been participating in some fashion since the early 90s.
Those looking for a sweet treat or a quick breakfast have a new option in Ruston.
In-N-Out Donuts, located on West California Avenue, offers a variety of donuts, breakfast sandwiches, muffins, pigs in blankets and other pastry items, as well as coffee, milk, soft drinks and other beverages.
Husband and wife team Theara and Sonika Chhay run the shop, which is owned by Theara’s sister. The couple has many years of experience in a donut shop run by Theara’s sister in Omaha, Texas.