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January 27, 2017
LSWI4020 - January 27, 2017
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Flood Recovery Effort in the Classrooms - Part 1, Promising Crawfish Season Underway, West Monroe HS Marching Band Performs at Inauguration

Flood Recovery Effort in the Classrooms - Part 1 The floodwaters of August caused an estimated 50 million dollars in property damage to East Baton Rouge Parish Schools. Glen Oaks Parks Elementary was completely flooded and its teachers and entire student body relocated to Banks Elementary which had been vacant for the last two years. Charlie Whinham checks in on the school leaders for a follow up. Overall, the staff and children are very upbeat, but some of the nerves are still raw at times. SHARE


Promising Crawfish Season Underway High rainfall totals could mean high yields this crawfish season. We will go from farm-to-market to catch the latest developments with an Acadia Parish crawfish farmer along with the owner of Tony’s Seafood Market in Baton Rouge. SHARE


West Monroe HS Marching Band Performs at Inauguration While several entertainers and bands decided to pass on invitations to perform at Presidential Donald Trump’s Inauguration festivities, West Monroe High School Band Director Robert Freeman jumped at the chance to perform in the Inauguration Parade. This marks the second time the WMHS Marching Band has performed in an Inauguration Parade, the first time was in 2005 for President George W. Bush. Their performance viewable online at www.marching.com already has over 300,000 views. SHARE




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