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Livonia High School Students Take Part in Community Project for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Livonia High School Students Take Part in Community Project for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Welding Instructor Randy Jarreau, Javier Maya, Jodie Meche, Jacqueline LaCombe, Victor Torres, Jayln McDonner, and Fausto Mejia with the wooden yard ornament donated by Rhett Pourciau and an anonymous citizen. Welding Instructor Randy Jarreau, Javier Maya, Jodie Meche, Jacqueline LaCombe, Victor Torres, Jayln McDonner, and Fausto Mejia with the wooden yard ornament donated by Rhett Pourciau and an anonymous citizen.
Students in joined efforts to fabricate, design, and construct a project for the community.
Citizens in Pointe Coupee are all too familiar with working and raising awareness for cancer prevention and support, not only during the month of October, but year round. Pointe Coupee Parish hosts a lovely and quite moving event annually for cancer survivors and for those who have lost their battle against this horrible disease. Students in Mr. Randy Jarreau’s Welding Classes recently joined efforts with Digital Media students to fabricate, design, and construct a project for the community. The students cut out and painted a large iconic pink ribbon to be displayed in the town to serve as a reminder during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many people wear pink ribbons to honor survivors, to remember those lost to the disease, and to support the progress being made to defeat breast cancer during October. The Wildcats were instrumental in making this request happen for the community.

Livonia High School is committed to providing a safe learning environment where students achieve academic success and become productive contributors of a diverse community.