Emma Lavergne named Notre Dame Homecoming Queen

By LIsa Soileaux, Assistant Editor, Rayne Acadian-Tribune


Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish celebrated its 46th Homecoming the week of Oct. 27 - Nov. 2 with a number of activities enjoyed by students, faculty and returning alumni.

The full slate of activities included:

Sunday, Oct. 27 - Paint the Town Red;

Monday, Oct. 28 - We Go Together (students dress in pairs);

Tuesday, Oct. 29 - Christmas in October (students wear Christmas themed items);

Wednesday, Oct. 30 - Spots and Stripes and Such (accessories with polka dots, stripes, or patterns);

Thursday, Oct. 31 - “Beat” the Patriots (students dress according to their favorite type of music); Homecoming Parade at 5 p.m.; Chili Cookoff/Trunk or Treat/Pep Rally at the ND practice field beginning at 5:30 p.m.;

Friday, Nov. 1 - All Saints Day Mass; Alumni Reception under the big tent at Gardiner Memorial Stadium at 6 p.m. for classes of 1974, 1984, 1994, 2004; Homecoming game at 7 p.m. when the Pios hosted North Vermilion High School; Homecoming Queen crowned during halftime ceremonies of the football game;

Saturday, Nov. 2 - Homecoming Dance at the Rayne Civic Center Auditorium with a theme “Football at the Fairgrounds.”

Topping off Homecoming Week was the crowning of the new 2013 Homecoming Queen, Emma Lavergne, daughter of Brad and Sandra Lavergne of Rayne who completed her elementary studies at Rayne Catholic Elementary.

Named First Maid was Kodie Credeur, daughter of Kenneth and Jayne Credeur of Rayne.

Completing the 2013 NDHS Homecoming Court were: Caroline Bellard, daughter of Matthew and Christine Bellard of Church Point; Claire Brown, daughter of Mary and Andree Brown of Crowley; Estelle Fontenot, daughter of Karl and Maureen Fontenot of Crowley; Mollie Gossen, daughter of Keith and Julie Gossen of Rayne; Carter Ledbetter, daughter of Wayne and Duana Ledbetter of Jennings; Jane Leonards, daughter of Bryan and Charlotte Leonards of Crowley; Michelle Leonards, daughter of Doug and Julia Leonards of Crowley; Laura Schmid, daughter of Kurt and Jeanne Schmid of Crowley; Shannon Spallino, daughter of Shane and Debbie Spallino of Crowley; and Mollie Stelly, daughter of Carl and Denice David Stelly of Church Point.

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