Education leadership graduates recognized _lowres

Photo provided by David Gautreau -- Ascension teachers earn advanced degrees -- Gathering May 17 during a hooding ceremony at Cate Teacher Education Center in Hammond Louisiana before the graduation ceremony later that day are teachers who studied for their advanced degrees at a program offered at St. Amant High School. Taking part in the ceremony are, first row from left, Heidi Frederic, Danielle Delaune, Shanna Savoy, April Gomez, Sara Duhe, Tori Duplessis, Brandi Bridges and Brittany Coulon and second row, Casondria Felps, Jamie' Berg, Pamela Gautreau, Fran Dubois, Kris Lambert and Kami Broussard.

Sixteen of 20 graduation candidates receiving master’s degrees in education leadership May 17 at Southeastern Louisiana University were recognized during the hooding ceremony at Cate Teacher Education Center in Hammond before the graduation ceremony later that day.

These graduation candidates began their degree track at a program offered at St. Amant High School by SLU professors.

Earning masters degrees in the program from Ascension Parish were teachers Jamie’ Berg and April Gomez, Galvez Middle School; Pamela Gautreau, Lakeside Primary School; Fran Dubois, Prairieville Primary; Brandi Bridges, Kris Lambert and Kami Broussard, Prairieville Primary; Heidi Frederic, Danielle Delaune, Shanna Savoy, Sara Duhe and Tori Duplessis; Brittany Coulon and Moquita Winey, Duplessis Primary School; and Adrina Million, Donaldsonville High School.