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Sep 5 2018

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The School Board Committee As A Whole Meetings scheduled for December 8th have been postponed until Tuesday, December 12th, at 6pm.

With a standing-room only crowd at Titan Coliseum, Lakeshore (14-0) shut out the visiting Rayne Wolves 33-0 in the state semifinals.

Lakeshore will face defending state champion Edna Karr (13-1) on Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

The District 8-4A champions posted their first 10-0 regular season in school history and have since outscored playoff opponents 170-43 in four contests.

Lakeshore is the first STPPS team to play in the state championship game since 2000 (Salmen). A win by the Titans would make them only the second STPPS team to finish .

Byrd won the Girls Division I state titles in the 200-yard butterfly and the 100-yard backstroke. She was named the LHSAA Girls Division I Most Outstanding Swimmer.

Fontainebleau High senior Maggie Beyrau won the state title in the Girls 50-yard freestyle.

It marked the second straight year that Northshore won the 200-yard medley relay state title with Byrd as the lead leg. Bringing home the state title for the Panthers were Byrd, Aubrey St. Pierre, Anatasia Megilligan and Jaycee Morrison.

For the fifth straight year, the Junior Auxiliary of Slidell sponsored spelling bees at Boyet Junior High and Clearwood Junior High.

By correctly spelling the word ‘tamara’, Michael Bartels won the Boyet Junior High Spelling Bee on Nov. 14. Joining Bartels from Boyet are Christina Jackson, Anabelle Goggin, Wilson Hou, Julia Spiess, Trey McGill, Hannah Joseph, and Travis Elmore.

On Nov. 15, Olivia Holmes won the Clearwood Junior High Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word ‘cyclops’. She will be joined by Clearwood classmates McCoy, Brayden .

ACTIVE (A Community That Involves and Values Everyone) is an organization that recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of people with disabilities and their supporters to encourage the involvement and interactions of all people working and living together.

Prior to the November 15 event, Lane and the other ACTIVE nominees were honored with a reception. Lane was recognized for his “never give up” spirit and his positive, hard-working attitude.


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