St. Mary Parish School Board Teacher’s Appreciation Week was May 5-9. M C Bank held a Teacher’s Appreciation Coffee to recognize its Adopt-a-School Principals and issued a donation to assist with the Teacher’s Appreciation Program. Front, from left, are Hattie Watts representative Casie Callais; Patterson Jr. High Principal Suzanne Bergeron; Morgan City High Assistant Principal Carmen LaGarde; M.D. Shannon Principal Rebecca Harris; Holy Cross Elementary Development Director Donna Burke; Berwick Junior High Principal Teresa Bagwell; Morgan City Junior High secretary Cecelia Melancon; Bayou Vista Elementary Principal Claire Guarisco; Central Catholic High secretary Sandy Daigle; and M.E. Norman Principal Shannon Hoffpauir. Back row, from left, are M C Bank Vice President/Operations Phylis Cook; Donna Bourg, assistant vice president/Note Department supervisor; Tessie DuBois executive secretary; Jeremy Callais, vice president and cashier/COO; J.S. Aucoin Elementary Principal Joe Stadalis; Berwick Elementary Assistant Principal Shantell Toups; M C Bank’s Assistant VP/Loan Operations Travis Richard and Executive VP Gerald Listi. Adopt-a-School’s not present but included in the donation were Wyandotte Elementary Principal Barbara Leleux; Morgan City High Principal Mickey Fabre; Berwick High School Principal Buffy Fegenbush; Patterson High Principal Rachel Kredeur; J.B. Maitland Principal Tonia Verrette; and Stephensville Elementary Principal Brian Staton.
St. Mary Parish School Board Teacher’s Appreciation Week was May 5-9.
Jennifer Blanchard, assistant vice president of Patterson State Bank, presents Woodrow Parker, vice president of the Aqua Safety First program, with a donation to be used in its annual event. This year’s event will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. June 14 at Lake End Park in Morgan City.
The fifth annual Aqua Safety First Community Program will be held June 14 at Lake End Park in Morgan City, organizer Woodrow Parker said.
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