FOOTBALL FRIDAY WILDCAT STYLE -Chesbrough Elementary School students began the day Friday, September 22 with the mighty Sumner High School Cowboy football players giving them high fives, smiles, an
Independence Leadership Academy started out the new school year with some new faces. Teachers Erica Lynn Durham and Kevin Pizzolato started their first year as instructors at ILA.
ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR -Last week Sumner Middle School held color wars. SMS Teachers from left Carolyn Travis, Mike Cassel, Sharon Fairburn, Shannon Cooper, and Brook Speed show their school spirit. BLUE IT UP - Sumner Middle 6th graders from left Holli Davis, Talisia Hart, Emma Freclieu, Emily Dillon, Savannah Morgan, Anna Lindsey, Abigail Ebers, and Breland Bridges “blue” up their hallway during color wars held last Friday, September 22. Tangilena Media/ Margaret Andrews
A FILM PREMIERE - Casie Navarre (center) of First Guaranty Bank presents a grant check to the Sumner High Senior Talented Theatre students for their annual movie project. First row, left to right: Kyle Primes, Navarre and Makayla Taylor; second row: Hope Brister, ReAnna Gill, Emily Phelps, Lauren Mearidy and Lee Verret. Photo by Charley Vance
This year marks the 19th year the Talented Theatre students at Amite and Sumner high schools have created movies. Each year, the students develop the stories for three movies. Each...
BLOOD DRIVE AT SUMNER HIGH - Sumner High School senior Madeline Williams organized a blood drive event as part of her senior project. Several students signed up to support this program by donating blood. Every three seconds, someone needs blood and in true Sumner Cowboy spirit, our students answered the call. Debbie Ainsworth, a representative with The Blood Center, was on hand to oversee donations given by the student body. (left) SHS students shown from left are: Dustin Strickland, Kasey Williams, Seth Tolar, Jacie Sims, Katie Ingram, and Madeline Williams work the blood drive. (Right) Students from left are Amya Brumfield, Jayla hayes, Jada Dunn, Katelyn Grant, Deana Simmons, and Lacie Coutee pose in front of the blood drive bus. Photos submitted.
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