CROWLEY – When the Louisiana High School Athletic Association decided to split its football playoffs into two divisions last year — Select and Non-Select — the Notre Dame Pios found themselves thro
Friday night at Burton Coliseum, Midland High won its first title since 1977. The new LHSAA Class B champions defeated Fairview 61-51.
Acadia Parish Superintendent of Schools John Bourque, right, was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Crowley’s weekly meeting. He talked about the state of education in Acadia Parish as well as the overall picture moving forward as many questions still remain about Common Core and more. Welcoming him were, from left, Program Organizer Adrianne Vidrine and Rotary President Mary Zaunbrecher.
A lot has changed since Acadia Parish Superintendent of Schools John Bourque took over more than a decade ago – curricula, policies and even the school dynamics themselves.
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