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PHOTO FEATURE: School Board honors Support Employees of the Year

RESERVE – The St. John the Baptist Parish School Board recognized its Support Employees of the Year at its March 12 meeting. Support Employees of the Year, front row from left, are Traban Cockerham of St. John Alternative School, Ashley Harrilal of LaPlace Elementary School, Niakita Washington of John L. Ory Communication Arts Magnet School, Lacie Louque of East St. John Preparatory Academy, Monet Johnson of Emily C. Watkins Elementary, Joetta Matt of the St. John STEM Magnet Program, Diane Robertson of West St. John Elementary School, Trina Smith of West St. John High School and Dawn Brown of the Central Office; back row from left, Travis Cook of the Maintenance Department, Latoya Julien of Lake Pontchartrain Elementary School, Lynelle Nelson of Garyville-Mt. Airy Math and Science Magnet School, Gilbert Lewis of the Transportation Department and Michelle Guidry of Food Service. Not pictured are Tedrick Henry of East St. John High School and Evette Anderson of Fifth Ward Elementary School.

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