St. Mary Parish Schools

Eyes on the sky

Berwick town workers lay the foundation for an extension of the boardwalk near the Everett S. Berry Memorial Lighthouse Park this morning. Construction began Jan. 13 and is expected to be completed three weeks from today. With freezing temperatures and precipitation forecasted, there is a possibility of icing on the bridges.
(The Daily Review Photo by Courtney Darce)

Preparations are ongoing for winter weather due to visit St. Mary Parish tonight and into Friday that has the potential to bring rain and a “wintery mix” of sleet or snow.

School lunch guidelines changed

From left, Berwick Junior High School students Bailey Thibodaux, sixth grade, Claire Bergeron, seventh grade and Kimberly Babin, eighth grade, discussed school lunches while in the school’s cafeteria Wednesday.
(The Daily Review/Courtney Darce)

While the Agriculture Department is allowing schools to serve larger portions of lean meat and whole grains in school lunches, the government hasn’t increased the number of calories students are al

Superintendent: Education in St. Mary continues its success

Donald Aguillard, St. Mary Parish superintendent of schools

Schools in St. Mary Parish have reasserted a focus on students and the pursuit to achieve, driving the system forward through a series of state educational reforms.

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