The 2018-2019 St. Charles Parish Students of the Year will move on to compete in the regional contest this February. The three students (Gabrielle Abate of Destrehan High School, Lyrrice Mwaghore of J.B. Martin Middle School, and Cecilia Cody of Ethel Schoeffner Elementary School) were announced at a ceremony on December 7. Each student was recognized with an acrylic movie poster plaque, and the parish level winners also received star awards. To be selected as a student of the year, a student must earn a cumulative 3.5 grade point average and be in grade 5, 8 or 12. All students of the year must compile a portfolio, write a biographical sketch and be interviewed by a Student Achievement Committee.
Click here to see pictures of the 2018-2019 Students of the Year.
2018-2019 Students of the Year
Gabrielle Abate, Destrehan High School (parish winner) Hannah Burst, Norco Elementary School Cecilia Cody, Ethel Schoeffner Elementary School (parish winner) Jordyn Dickerson, Harry Hurst Middle School Addison Lemoine, R.J. Vial Elementary School Emma Loper, Albert Cammon Middle School Cooper Matherne, Lakewood Elementary School Lyrrice Mwaghore, J.B. Martin Middle School (parish winner) Sam Rockefeller, St. Rose Elementary School Kamryn Ryan, Hahnville High School Asiyah Strickland, R.K. Smith Middle School Amyri Walker-Jefferson, Luling Elementary School
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