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On Friday, October 14, 2016, False River Academy's Principal, Mrs. Ashley Allen, crowned the 2016 Homecoming Queen. Miss Madison Coryn Picard became False River Academy's Homecoming Queen during the halftime ceremony. Madison is the daughter of William and Amy Picard of Livonia. As a senior at False River Academy, Madison is a four year member of the varsity cheerleading squad (where she serves as captain), the Senior BETA Club, National Honor Society, and FCA. She is FRA's DAR Good Citizen representative and received the Honesty and Integrity Award from the Free Masons. Ou...
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1st 9-weeks honor roll for grades 3-12 is now available for viewing HERE.
JR. BETA Officers 2016-2017:
President--Emma Patin, Vice President--Nia Lacour, Secretary--Mackenzie LaBorde, Treasurer--Megan Jourdan, Chaplain--Josie Gunnells, Reporter--Kayden Langlois
Middle School 4-H Club Officers :
Alyse Roche - President, Grayson Gustin - Vice-President, Emma Patin - Reporter/Photographer, Megan Jourdan - Treasurer, Baylee Duval - Parliamentarian, Samantha Ramshur - CRD Chairman, Jordan Dauthier - Secretary
The Pointe Coupee Young Leaders Program was created to provide parish high school student members the opportunity to learn about their parish, community leadership as well as government and business organizations. The program is held on a weekly basis and strives to facilitate the development of skills to insure the future achievement of its participants.
This year's participant members are from left to right: Caroline Jones, Kinley Self, Madison Rushing, Jenna Guedry, Morgan Meche, Mari Webre, Carley Parks and Reece Picard. Not pictured- Tori LeBlanc
This fundraiser is for girls volleyball and basketball. Orders are due by October 24th. Click here to see full size pages of the pictures below. Send order with number of item, size and name in envelope for Coach Jackie Knight. Checks are made out to FRA.
On Thursday, October 6th, Mrs. Cindy Dewey and Ms. Julie Gustin's third and fourth grade classes were filmed reciting the Pledge of Allegiance by a camera crew from the WBRZ news station in Baton Rouge. The filming was done as part of the news station's daily pledge segment. 3rd graders segment will be shown on October 21st and 4th grader on October 24th, both at 5:58am. The videos will also be available for viewing on WBRZ's website, Facebook page, and app. The children were very excited and happy to participate.
The 2016 FRA Homecoming Court was presented Friday, October 14 during halftime of the game against North Central. Mrs. Ashley Allen, FRA administrator, accompanied by Miss Emily Torres, the 2015 Homecoming Queen, and Mr. Wade Moore, FRA Board Member, crowned the 2016 FRA Homecoming Queen Madison Picard.
L-R: Madison Picard, Emily Sellars, Eva Self, Karen Smith, Randi Mounger, Karlie Akin, and Lauren Curtis.
The members of the courtwho were presented are as follows: Miss Karlie Akin, daughter of Jimmy and Mindi Akin of Livonia; Miss Lauren Curtis, daughter of Gloria Bodin and Bill Curtis of Port Allen; Miss Randi Mounger, daught...
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The 3rd and 4th graders in Ms. Julie Gustin's math and social science classes recently experienced learning in a 3-D world through augmented reality. The students used an app and pages printed from Quivervision.com, world leading Augmented Reality specialists with a focus on cutting edge color technology.
The 3rd grade students saw butterflies come to life after a presentation about Monarch butterflies from FRA parent Megan Breaux w...
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New Roads Lion's Club President, Greg Dickinson, presented False River Academy Principal Ashley Allen and Assistant Principal Kristen Graffeo with educational funds that will be used for our dual enrollment classes and technology to enhance this and other programs. False River Academy appreciates all the Lions Club efforts in assisting with educational needs.
Vocational training through BRCC for students 17 and older - see link for details: BRCC Vocational Training
A trip to Northern Ireland and Scotland is being organized for 2017. The trip is open to students in grades 7th-12th. (It is preferable for a parent to attend with students in grades 7&8). For more information visit the tour website or contact Sally Neal - email@example.com.