A Letter from Bishop Fabre to Catholic School Families
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2021 Summer Camps
E.D. White summer camps are back! Use the links below to access the registration forms and camp specifics. If you have any general questions about camps, contact Alisha Bergeron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This summer we’re offering
The complete list of summer reading for all grade levels can be found below.
Congratulations to all students who excelled academically in the 4th quarter and earned a spot on the honor roll.
Another Cardinal athlete has signed to compete at the collegiate level.
Dawson Jeansonne signed to swim at Emmanuel College in Georgia. He said, “I will definitely miss the family aspect of swimming here at E. D. White, but I am excited to see what’s to come.”
Swim coach Christina Lasserre said, “It has been an honor and pleasure to work with Dawson at E. D. White, and I am very excited to see what the future has in store for him.”
She also thanked his parents and coaches who pushed Jeansonne to reach his full potential, and who support his love and dedication to the sport.
Congratulations to Dawson for exemplifying what it means to be Cardinal athlete, and we wish him the best of luck in his athletic successes moving forward.
With spring sports coming to an end, we’re giving another athletic update on how track and baseball finished up their seasons.
The Lady Cardinal Track team finished their season last Friday at LHSAA’s district meet in Baton Rouge at LSU. They came in as runner-up scoring a total of 66 points.
Winners from the event include:
- 1600 meter run: Abbey Marie Ratcliff finishing with 5:17.65 seconds and in the 3200 finishing with 11:45.26
- Pole vault: Laura DeGravelle with 11 feet, 4.50 inches
- 4×800 relay: Julia Robichaux,Elizabeth Rodrigue, Rylee Methvin and Sydney Siegel finishing with atime of 10:01.68.
Coach Don Grabert said, “They competed as a group. We had a great season. It’s something they’ll remember for the rest of their lives.”
The Cardinal baseball season concluded with the team finishing as District and Regional Champions with a record of 19 wins and 14 losses.
The Cardinals played against Parkview Baptist this past weekend. OnFriday, they gave Parkview their first loss of the entire season. The Cardinals won 3-2 against Parkview, who had a 30-0 record.
Coach David Constant said that he is extremely proud of how they finished out the season.
“I am super proud of how the team prepared all week for the series, as every day they worked harder and harder. They believed when many around them didn’t,” said Constant.