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Old Central Middle School Demolition Nearly Complete

Old Central Middle School Demolition Nearly Complete

The demolition of buildings at the old Central Middle School at the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads is nearly complete.  All of the buildings targeted for removal are now down except the 6th Grade Building, which should be down by Friday, according to Supt. Mike Faulk. It will take another week for all of the [...]

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Most School Board Members Unopposed

Most School Board Members Unopposed

The Central School Board, which serves as the “board of directors” of the Central Community School System will be up for reelection on Tuesday, Nov. 4.  But at the close of qualifying on Aug. 22, only three of the seven school board members drew opposition.  The others will be automatically elected for another four-year term. [...]

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Superintendent Begins 8th Year, Optimistic about System’s Future

Superintendent Begins 8th Year, Optimistic about System’s Future

As the new school year gets underway, Central schools, Supt. Mike Faulk says that he is optimistic that the local system, already among the top in the state, will show continued improvement this year. Meanwhile, Faulk is being praised by education leaders both in Central and across the state for his performance as superintendent in [...]

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Mayor Shelton: Central Lost Hero in Ralph Washington

Mayor Shelton: Central Lost Hero in Ralph Washington

During Celebration of Life ceremonies honoring the late Ralph Washington, Central Mayor Jr. Shelton praised Washington as “a public servant in the truest sense of the word.”  Shelton said Washington, who served as Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Central from the city’s formation in July 2005 until July 1, 2014, “walked softly but carried a [...]

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Istrouma High Class of 1964 Holds 50-Year Class Reunion, Remembers

Istrouma High Class of 1964 Holds 50-Year Class Reunion, Remembers

- More than 200 surviving members of the Istrouma High School Class of 1964 gathered for their 50-year reunion July 11-12 at Holiday Inn South in Baton Rouge. Activities began with an informal reception Friday night and ended with a formal banquet on Saturday. During the banquet, the group lit candles honoring 72 of their [...]

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Josh Walker Named as Doc Broussard Student of the Year

Josh Walker Named as Doc Broussard Student of the Year

Josh Walker has been named the Doc Broussard Athletic Training Student of the Year. The award is given to a student who shows exemplary performance in the classroom and in the Athletic Training Room. The award contains a full scholarship for 2014-2015. He has worked with the LSU Track and Field and baseball teams and [...]

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New School Complex Among School Board’s Achievements

New School Complex Among School Board’s Achievements

During the current 2010-2014 term, the Central Community School Board completed construction of the new $55 million school complete on Sullivan Road.  The school complex, which opened in 2012, includes Central Middle School with a capacity of 1,200 students from the 6th through the 8th grades and Central Intermediate School, with capacity for another 1,200 [...]

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Imagining Old Central Middle School Site

Imagining Old Central Middle School Site

Long before there was a Central community, there was the Central School at the intersection of Sullivan and Canal (now Hooper) roads. Central High was named “Central” because it was centrally located among the various one-room schoolhouses spread across the area. Gradually, the surrounding community came to be called “Central” — after the school.  First [...]

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EBR School Board Adopts New Districts

EBR School Board Adopts New Districts

By a vote of 6-5, the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board has voted to reapportion itself into nine single-member districts for the Nov. 4 primary election.  Qualifying will be held Aug. 20-22. Under the plan, there are five majority white districts south of Florida Boulevard, three majority black districts north of Florida Blvd. and [...]

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EBR Voters Face Long Ballot on Nov. 4

EBR Voters Face Long Ballot on Nov. 4

Voters in East Baton Rouge Parish will face a ballot full of candidates for everything from Justice of the Peace to United States Senate in the Nov. 4 primary and the Dec. 6 runoff.  The process begins with qualifying, which will be held Aug. 20-22. Qualifying forms will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 4:30 [...]

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