Two students from Coushatta have been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi at NSU. It is
the nation’s oldest, most selective and most prestigious all-discipline honors society. The students are Sydney Anderson and W. Tanner Lee.
Selection criteria for Phi Kappa Phi are based on high academic standards. Membership is open to the top 7.5 percent of second term juniors and the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students, as well as faculty and professional staff who achieved scholarly distinction.
We are beginning a new month. For June, here are the dates and times of the public meetings you may be interested in:
June 4th is the regular meeting of the Red River Parish Police Jury. They meet on the third floor of the courthouse at 6:00 pm.
Also June 4th is a special called meeting of the Red River Parish School Board. This meeting will consider an application for a new Charter School in the parish. For more details on the Charter School please The Journal’s issue of May 23rd.
Monday, June 11th is the regular monthly meeting of the school board at 6:30 pm in the school Administration Building on Alonzo Street.
And Tuesday, June 12th is the monthly meeting of the Coushatta Town Council. It is at 5:30 pm at Town Hall.
Eleven student participants in Red River 4-H will be going to Baton Rouge next month to take part in 4-H University. 4-H Extension Agent Terry Foster said, “This year marks the 106th annual celebration and will be host to both new and improved contests. In prior years the event was known as ‘Short Course’ however it has been expanded to cover a broad spectrum of interests.”
Reminder: Red River Industries is closed for vacation this week. They will re-open next week for ironing and baked goods.