Holy Cross Elementary

100th day of school celebrated

Students at Holy Cross Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing like they are 100 years old. Pictured are student Brett Morell, fifth grade teacher Katie Rock, students Drew Rock, Alyssa Domangue, Owen DeHart, Spencer Hebert, Jillian Morell, sixth grade teacher Jean Cantrell and student Emily Wise.
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Students at Holy Cross Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing like they are 100 years old.

Holy Cross Elementary outreach

Each grade at Holy Cross Elementary School has chosen an outreach project to benefit the community. During December, the kindergarten classes and the faculty and staff of Holy Cross Elementary School collected Christmas gifts for the residents of the Patterson Healthcare Center. With the many items collected are the kindergarten classes of Lynn Ann Beaudean and Lauren Boudreaux.
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Each grade at Holy Cross Elementary School has chosen an outreach project to benefit the community.

Camp held at Holy Cross Elementary

The New Orleans Saints/Pelicans/Gatorade Junior Training Camp visited Holy Cross Elementary in Morgan City recently. The training camp was sponsored locally by Whitney/Hancock Bank. This training camp is held in conjunction
with NFL PLAY 60. Following an introduction by Saints camp facilitator Adriel Rocha, third-, fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade participants were divided into groups that rotated through seven non-contact stations developed with football, basketball and fun in mind. The curriculum was designed so that anybody can perform the
skills regardless of age, gender or experience. The camp’s goal is to get more kids to remain active and eat well while influencing them to be better people. Above, Holy Cross Elementary sixth-grader Jackson Butler makes a block while
Whitney representative Dean Listi Jr. looks on. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Holy Cross Elementary)

Eye examinations at Holy Cross Elementary

The staff of ophthalmologist Dr. Jared Thurston offered free vision screenings to first-, third-, and fifth-grade students at Holy Cross Elementary, measuring the ability of the eyes to see well at both far and near distances. Pictured is Thurston Ophthalmology staff member Ena Breaux checking the eyes of first-grader Sophie Vining while Julia Sloane observes.
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The staff of ophthalmologist Dr.

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