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Submit Employee News

Please provide the following information when submitting news:

Employee Name
Work site (school or other)
E-mail
Event or news item - Tell us who is involved, what the news is, when it will be or was happening, where is/was it happening, and why it is/was happening or why it is/was of interest.

*Note: Please provide first and last names for all people, including teachers and administrators. If any of the above information is missing or incomplete, it will delay our submission to local media and inclusion on the web site.

Example: Melinda Mangham, gifted English teacher at Lafayette High School, was invited for the second year in a row by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation to serve on the Coca-Cola Scholarship Review Board. In February 2006, Mangham will travel to Atlanta, GA to review applications of outstanding high school seniors from across the country and help to select those students who will be honored as Nation Scholars (receive $20,000 scholarship) and Regional Scholars (received $4,000 scholarship) by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. Mangham participated in the process last year. In addition, two 2005 graduates were named regional scholars by the Coca-Cola Foundation - Raimy Living, Lafayette High, and Kendall Lemelle, Northside High.
In this example, the bolded items answer the who, what, when, where and why questions. The rest provides details that make the story interesting.
If you submit a photo in your email, please make certain is an original digital picture or scan. We cannot open pictures that have been placed in Word documents. Also, please identify individuals in the photograph by first and last name, left to right, front row, back row, etc.

Submit Employee News

Submit School News

Please provide the following information when submitting news:

Name of Person submitting school news
School
E-mail
Event or news item - Tell us who is involved, what the news is, when it will be or was happening, where is/was it happening, and why it is/was happening or why it is/was of interest.

*Note: Please provide first and last names for all people, including teachers and administrator's. If any of the above information is missing or incomplete, it will delay our submission to local media and inclusion on the web site.

Example:
Students from Lafayette High School (LHS) met with a United Way representative at school on Oct. 28 to make its final donation of Hurricane Relief Funds. This donation culminates a two-month drive to collect money and needed items to benefit hurricane victims within the LHS family and throughout Louisiana. The President of the Inter-Club Council, Cas Smith; the President of the Student Council, Torie DuBroc; and the President of the Patriotism Club, Eden Sutley handed over a $2300 check to Sarah Berthelot, a United Way staff member. The donated funds were then used to pay for LHS new students’ fees, uniforms, band instrument, and other needs.

In this example, the bolded items answer the who, what, when, where and why questions. The rest provides details that make the story interesting. If you submit a photo in your email, please make certain is an original digital picture or scan. We cannot open pictures that have been placed in Word documents. Also, please identify individuals in the photograph by first and last name, left to right, front row, back row, etc.

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