The St. Mary Parish School Board recognized its top employees of the month during a meeting Thursday in Centerville. Employees honored include, from left, Barbara “Bobby” Thibodeaux, a Title I paraprofessional at J.B. Maitland Elementary School, and Jennifer Loupe, a chemistry teacher at Berwick High School. Also honored was Jody Pillsbury, family and consumer science teacher at Centerville High School.
(The Daily Review Photo by Harlan Kirgan)
The St. Mary Parish School Board recognized its top employees of the month during a meeting Thursday in Centerville.
The St. Mary Levee District board introduced its proposed $3.46 million 2015 budget Thursday, which includes $1.25 million to go toward the Bayou Chene Flood Protection project.
A resolution calling for elections to renew three St. Mary Parish school property taxes was approved by the School Board Thursday, but was preceded by a request from state Sen.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Children will be able to play in the snow playground, make ornaments, get a temporary tattoo, write letters to Santa and take pictures with Santa during Franklin’s Christmas event this year.