OLPH School in Belle Chasse singled out by recycling advocacy group
True to the “green” spirit of the honor, the plaque presented to last school year’s class of Our Lady of Perpetual Help seventh graders was made out of a circuit board creatively recycled from an old computer.
‘Lights of Hope’ faithful citizenship focus for teachers
Helping religion teachers instruct youth and young adults on how to become rooted in their faith to be knowledgeable Catholic voters was the goal Sept. 10 at a Lights of Hope, peer-led interactive workshop on Faithful Citizenship
Special bond exists between mothers and daughters
My thoughts have been centered a lot lately about the subject of mothers and daughters.
Defense, not Brees, the culprit in loss to Raiders
I guess they mean well.
Football benchmarks a goal
We all need to set goals in life in order to discover what we are capable of achieving and how to take the next step to that end.
Flexibility has been learned on way to identity
It was a surreal moment for me when I looked at the calendar and circled the date May 20. Graduation day.