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Members of the 2018 graduating class of Rayne High School honored Saturday morning with the honorable title of “Mr. and Miss RHS” by Principal John Prudhomme (center) were Daran Thomas, left, and Kaitlyn Barron, right. Additional graduation highlights can be found inside on page 11A and included in the annual Graduation Special Edition. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

Rayne High School graduates 144, awards presented

Rayne High School graduated a total of 144 seniors during the 2018 commencement exercises held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning, May 19, in the Rayne High north gym.

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Ross Head Start was awarded $5,000 in recognition of their payroll deductions to United Way of Acadiana. On hand Monday for the presentation were, from left, Laurie Suire and Margaret Trahan of United Way, Gregoire Theriot, Elementary Supervisor, APSB; Tom Trahan, U.W. board member; and Norma Washington, Family and Community ERSEA Specialist.

Head Start recognized by United Way

Personnel from United Way of Acadiana made a surprise visit to Ross Head Start earlier this week and left the facility $5,000 richer.

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Participating in the EXCEL Class’ fourth session of 2018 — Economic Development — are, from left, Paul Molbert, Lafayette General Health; Linda LeBlanc, Jeff Davis Chamber of Commerce; Jazlyn Thibodeaux, Church Point High School; Chance Oustalet, Bubba Oustalet Chevrolet & Cadillac; Megan Malmay, Crowley Chamber of Commerce; Ali Klentzman, Acadia General Hospital; Tears Mickens, JD Bank; Dale Robertson-Agosto; Claire Benoit, Rayne Building & Loan; Tiffany Richey, Educational Professional; Angie Bourgeois, Central Rayne Kindergarten; Eric Gautreaux, Jeff Davis Electric Co-Op; Jeremy Leleux, First National Bank and Jimmy Prevost, CJ Prevost Insurance Agency.

Economic Development focus of EXCEL session

Members of this year’s EXCEL Class found themselves immersed into Economic Development for their fourth session of the 2018 program.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The American Legion Award is the highest honor awarded to American youth by the American Legion. The Midland High School student given this honor was Kierra Celeste Linden. She was presented the award by A.J. Jonesof Acadia Post 15.

Commencement held for MHS Class of 2018

Through laughter and tears, Midland High’s Class of 2018 was celebrated and recognized during its graduation ceremony Friday night.


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