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Leblanc Elementary School’s Rachelle Brown has been named a semi-finalist for State Principal of the Year.

Leblanc Elementary’s Rachelle Brown says being named State Principal of the Year semifinalist represents school

Rachelle Brown’s name is on the list of semi-finalists for the Louisiana Department of Education’s State Principal of the Year.
This comes after the Vermilion Parish School District named Brown Vermilion Parish Elementary Principal of the Year in December. Brown has served as principal at Leblanc Elementary School since 2018.
“It really is an honor to be recognized on both the district and state level,” Brown said. “It really is an unbelievable honor.”

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Karla Langlinais

Karla Langlinais retiring from Dozier Elementary

ERATH — A milestone for Karla Langlinais is only days away.
June 6 will mark Langlinais’ retirement as Dozier Elementary Principal. While she’ll be working up until the last minute on June 5, there’s an excitement for the big moment.
“It is a wonderful feeling to have reached this goal, Langlinais said. “I am very proud of this accomplishment. When I first started teaching 33 years ago my goal was just to get to 30 and I have surpassed it.”

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Wendy Stoute

Stoute saying goodbye as Erath Middle principal

The last goodbye is always the hardest one.
For Wendy Stoute, that is saying farewell to a place that has meant so much to her.
Stoute, a longtime Vermilion Parish educator, will be retiring as principal at Erath Middle School.
“For me, this is a very bittersweet moment in my life,” Stoute said. “It is not easy leaving a career that I was called to do. I love working with kids, I love working with my teachers, and I love making a positive impact in the lives of our youth. It’s just what I do, and what I’ve always done.

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Vermilion Parish Correctional Center remains closed to public

It has been two months since Vermilion Parish prisoners have had visitors, and nothing will change for the rest of May.
Because of the coronavirus, all prisons in Louisiana stopped having public visitation. The only visitors were attorneys and law enforcement.
Last week the state went into Phase 1, which meant some businesses were able to open and operate.
However, there is a handful that still remain closed, such as bars, massage and tattoo shops.
Nursing homes and prisons are still not allowing public visitors.

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