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SPECIAL SCHEDULES:
(http://www.catholichigh.org/calendar.cfm)
Monday, February 8 – Friday, February 12 – Mardi
Gras Holiday. No school for students.
Wednesday, February 17 – Faculty meeting. Dismissal
at 1:27 p.m.
Wednesday, February 24 – Schoolwide liturgy at
9:47 a.m. Regular dismissal.
OFFICE HOURS: Offices will be open during the week
of the Mardi Gras break from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Thursday, February 11 and Friday, February 12.
PSAT PREPARATION CLASSES: We have set the dates
for the PSAT/NMSQT Preparation Course for members
of the Class of 2018. These six workshops will be
offered on the following dates: March 19, April 23,
May 14, August 13, September 11, and October 2. The
cost of the PSAT/NMSQT course is $185. A flier is
included in this newsletter with more details about this
course, including times.
Please email Dr. Greg Brandao at
[email protected] if you have questions about
this course.
COLLEGE PLANNING SEMINAR FOR JUNIORS AND
THEIR PARENTS: On Thursday, February 4, from 6:30
to 8:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph’s Academy Activity
Center, there will be a seminar for juniors and their
parents concerning college planning. Catholic High
School and St. Joseph’s Academy are again combining
their programs this year for one big event, and it is
extremely important that juniors and their parents
attend. The CHS college counselors will also be visiting
junior classes this month to discuss college planning.
RE-REGISTRATION PROCEDURE AND FEE [From Gene
Tullier]: As explained in the January Principal’s
Newsletter, the timely completion of the reregistration process (the updating of registration
information) is critical to our effective planning for the
2016-2017 school year. All parents have received an
email and text message from Catholic High School with
instructions about re-registering your son for next
school year. If you have not completed this process, it
is very important that you complete re-registration or
contact the school office. Failure to complete reregistration indicates that your son will not return to
Catholic High next school year.
The re-registration process allows us to accurately plan
the number of sections of each course needed, hire the
appropriate number of qualified teachers for these
courses, order and acquire adequate instructional
materials, build a school master schedule and
individually schedule students in a manner that
accommodates as many of their needs and requests as
possible. Each of these things must be done accurately
and in sequence in order for us to have an organized
start of the school year in August.
2016 - 2017 SCHOOL CALENDAR: The finalized 2016 2017 school calendar is included in this newsletter.
Please consult the calendar carefully when planning
family vacations, college visits, etc., for next school
year. We ask that families not ask for days away from
school for such reasons, as they are typically
considered unexcused absences. Please consult the
Catholic High School Student Handbook for our policy
on excused absences from school.
ASPIRE TEST RESULTS: On Thursday, January 28, all
8th, 9th, and 10th grade students and parents received
an email with an attachment containing their Aspire
test results from the computer-based standardized
testing in October. This is the first year that Catholic
High administered the ACT Aspire tests, which replaced
the ACT EXPLORE/PLAN tests.
While test scores do not drive instruction, they do help
us plan for your son’s academic success. Each of your
son’s teachers have received the results of his tests and
are using these scores to determine what skills he
needs in order to be prepared for college. Please
review your son’s scores. You should see an increase in
his individual subject area college readiness scores
from year to year.
We view standardized testing as one more opportunity
to partner with you in your son’s education. Since this
is the first year that we administered the Aspire tests,
we consider scores from this year’s testing as
benchmark scores for future Aspire test comparisons.
Please note that since the Aspire tests are given on the
computer, they offer a different style of questions,
many enhanced with technology, and this may account
for a difference in college readiness scores from
previous years. If you have questions about your son’s
Aspire scores, please contact his guidance counselor or
Jared Cavalier, assistant principal for instruction and
technology: [email protected]
GRANDPARENTS DAY: Grandparents and great
grandparents of all CHS students are invited to the
Grandparents Day celebration on Sunday, March 13,
2016, from 2-4 p.m., in the CHS gymnasium. All
students whose grandparents are attending will be
invited to attend the celebration and sit with their
grandparents in the gym.
Immediately following the assembly, students and their
grandparents can tour the campus. Dress for students
will be regular school day dress.
The CHS Mothers’ Club will host a reception in the
Union following the program in the gym.
Parents, please check “School Announcements” in
your Plus Portals account to review a listing of
grandparents and great-grandparents. If your son’s
grandparents are not listed, please send their names
and mailing addresses, along with your son’s name, by
Monday, February 1, 2016, to Aimee Turner
([email protected]). Invitations will be mailed
in February.
PLANS FOR APRIL 19th: This will be a unique day of
school for all students and attendance is required.
Specific schedules, including dismissal times, will be
included in the March Principal’s Newsletter.
Activities for each grade level include:
Seniors: All seniors will travel to New Orleans to the
WWII Museum for a personalized tour in this amazing
facility. Students and faculty chaperones will travel by
charter bus to the museum and enjoy a full day that
includes the 4D film “Beyond All Boundaries,” a guided
tour of the museum and lunch. The cost of the trip is
$48. The Finance Office will charge each senior
family’s FACTS account $24 in March and April. This is
a great opportunity for our students to experience this
museum that connects the classroom with the real
world. This is a mandatory day of school for all
seniors.
9th Grade Students: All 9th grade students will take a
practice PSAT test, which is administered as part of
our Cambridge Educational program. The
PSAT/NMSQT is administered in the junior year and it
is used to determine National Merit Scholars, which
may provide scholarship opportunities to those
students. The data received from this practice test
will help us to provide suggestions to individual
students on how they can better prepare for the test
in their junior year. Students will be dismissed
following testing.
10th Grade Students: All 10th grade students will take
a retired version of the ACT test. This test is also part
of our Cambridge Educational program, and the scores
are not reported to colleges. Instead, these scores
allow us to compare actual ACT scores to the
predicted score given by the Aspire tests. They also
give us a baseline of ACT preparedness to help us
utilize the Cambridge Educational program to raise
individual student ACT scores. Students will be
dismissed following testing.
11th Grade Students: All 11th grade students will take
the official ACT test on our campus. This test can
serve as one of the two suggested ACT tests to be
taken in the spring of the junior year. Students paid
for this test during orientation in August. Students
will be dismissed following testing.
8th Grade Students: All 8th grade students will enjoy
their annual retreat as a class at the Catholic Life
Center.
SUMMER AT CHS ACTIVITIES PROGRAM: A
brochure containing complete information (including
dates, times, and fees) about our 2016 Summer at CHS
Courses will be available online in February. The
following information is provided to give you advance
notice so that you can start thinking about your
summer plans.
Note: Courses are grouped by type and available to
boys of varying ages. An asterisk indicates the course
is also open to girls.
Athletics: Basketball, Baseball, Golf*, Football,
Soccer, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Strength and Speed.
Academics: ACT Preparation*, Preparation for Algebra
I, Preparation for English I - Grammar, Preparation for
English I – Literature, How to Succeed in High School*,
Preparation for Spanish I, Keyboarding*, Study Skills*,
Fun Science*, Creative Writing*, Circuitry*, Robotics*,
College Application Boot Camp*.
Arts: 2D Classical Animation*, 3D Animation*, Digital
Photography*, Movie Making*, Computer Game
Development Using Scratch*, CHS/SJA Percussion
Camp*, New Member Marching Camp*, Middle School
Band Camp*, Public Speaking*, Theatre*, Art*.
Catholic High School
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Important Dates 2016
Important Dates 2017
Aug. 1-2
Aug. 3-4
Aug. 5
Aug. 8
Sept. 5
Sept. 6
Sept. 26
Oct.
Oct. 16-17
Nov. 21 - 25
Dec. 13-16
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Jan. 5
Jan. 16
Feb. 27-Mar. 3
March
March 20
March 21
April 14-21
May 5-10
May 20
May 22-25
May 25
May 26
Faculty & Staff Prof. Development
Student Orientation
1st day of school for 8th & 9th grades
1st day of school for all students
Labor Day holiday
Prof. Dev. (no school for students)
Faculty & Staff Day of Experience
1st quarter ends
Senior Retreat
Thanksgiving holidays
1st semester examinations
1st semester ends
Christmas holidays
Faculty & Staff Development
2nd semester classes begin
Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
Mardi Gras holidays
3rd quarter ends
Faculty & Staff Retreat
Prof. Dev. (no school for students)
Easter holidays
Senior final examinations
Graduation
2nd semester examinations
2nd semester ends
Record Day
Legend: Circles indicate holidays for students and faculty
Squares indicate holidays for students; professional development for faculty and staff
PSAT/NMSQT
PREPARATION
PROGRAM
As part of our continuing effort to prepare students to succeed on standardized tests, Catholic
High will offer a special preparation program for the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment
Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). It is through this test that
students compete for the honor of being recognized as a National Merit Semifinalist or a
National Merit Commended Student. This test is also the vehicle through which qualified
students earn the opportunity to compete for National Merit Scholarships.
Dr. Greg Brandao will be the workshop presenter. The workshop will include six sessions:
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Saturday, March 19 from 9 a.m. until noon
Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. until noon
Saturday, May 14 from 9 a.m. until noon
Saturday, August 13 from 9 a.m. until noon
Sunday, September 11 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Sunday, October 2 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
All sessions will be held in Room 271 of the Brother Gordian Science Center. Opportunities for
individualized instruction will be available during the summer. The $185 course fee includes all
course materials.
Any current sophomore may take this course. Complete the registration form below and return
with the course fee of $185 by Friday, March 4, in order to reserve a place in the course. For
more information, please email Dr. Brandao at [email protected]
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PSAT/NMSQT PREPARATION PROGRAM
Please detach and return this portion to Main Office by Friday, March 4.
Checks should be made payable to Catholic High School.
Please register
for the PSAT/NMSQT Preparation Program.
Student’s email address: _______________________________________________
Parent’s email address: ________________________________________________
MOTHERS’ CLUB NEWS
FEBRUARY 2016
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2016 MOTHER~SON BREAKFAST
The 30th Annual Mother-Son Breakfast was held on Sunday, January 24, 2016 at the Crowne Plaza
Hotel. We had a record turnout of at least 1200 guests. The Breakfast is one of the most enjoyed
traditions that the Mothers’ Club sponsors. A special thanks to Coach Dale Weiner for sharing his
words of wisdom and his view on the importance of full participation by all when building a
championship team. This very special morning would not have been possible without the hardwork,
dedication and leadership of Evelyn Greenwood our Breakfast Chair, Assistant Chair, Stephanie RiegelWoolverton and their fabulous Committee Chairs and members. It was truly a remarkable and
memorable event.
v A link to order pictures from the Mother Son Breakfast will be posted in
Connections when we receive the photos from the photographers.
Mothers’ Club “Save the Dates” for 2016
Teacher Appreciation Lunch
Friday, February 5, 2016
Teacher Appreciation Lunch
Friday, March 11, 2016
Grandparents Day
Sunday, March 13, 2016
New Student Family Social
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Bear Fête Roundup at the CHS Corral
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Bear Fête Roundup and Car Raffle
…. At the CHS Corral
Saturday, March 19, 2016
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Catholic High School Campus
Featuring: Great Food, Music, Raffles and more prizes
Please join us for a casual night of fun, great food, music and many chances to win and support
Catholic High School. Please mark your calendar and come join us for the ride!!!
The annual Roundup will come to an end with the drawing of our Bear Fête Car Raffle winner.
This year the WINNER OF THE RAFFLE may choose one of three vehicles. The choices are a
2016 Toyota Tacoma or a 2016 Toyota Camry. The third option is a 36-month lease on a
beautiful 2016 Lexus RX 350. The winner need not be present!
2015-2016
Bear Car Raffle
Raffle Ticket Site Sales
Every we ekend throug h March 12, 20 16, there will be opportunities for your son to pick
up additional service hours by volunteering to sell car raffle tickets at various locations
throughout the Baton Rouge community. There will be church parish, retail and event locations
available to volunteer. A parent volunteer must be in attendance for each shift.
The “Site Sales” will be set up by a CHS Mothers’ Club volunteer prior to the shift. All the CHS
students have to do is to wear CHS colors, come with a positive attitude and be ready to sell.
It really is fun and a great way to show school support in the BR community.
It is imperative that we have student volunteers and parents assist us with
this endeavor. This is an opportunity for the boys to sell additional tickets.
If you have any questions, please email our Car Raffle Volunteer Coordinator, Keetsie Gunnels at
[email protected] . Included b elow is the link to “Sign Up Genius” to sign up for as
many sales sites as you would like to sign up for.
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0C48AAAB2EA6FA7-bear
A Special Request regarding Car Raffle Sales….
The Weekend of February 27-28, 2016 there are four (4) Bear Fête Car Raffle
Site Sale locations. Two of these sites are at CHS and the other two sites are at
St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church and St. Thomas More Catholic Church. If you
live in one of these parishes, please consider assisting us at one of the weekend
masses. If you are able to give time this weekend please go to the link above and
sign up.
Individual Raffle Ticket Sales
The raffle tickets that your son received prior to Thanksgiving are d ue sold or
unsold by Friday, March 11, 2015.
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v As the second half of the school year begins, please consider leadership or volunteering
as Chair or co-chair for one of the CHS Mothers’ Club events for the 2016-2017
school year.
If you are interested, please contact Jenny Ridge at [email protected]
The Fund for
Catholic High School
PAGE 31 (Parents Annual Giving Event)
Parent participation  55%
Gifts and pledges $366,112.15
Gifts to PAGE 31
have been made at the following
levels:
$1 - $49 ·························36
$50 - $499 ······················· 316
$500 - $999 ····················· 101
$1,000 - $2,499················ 126
$2,500 - $2,999 ··················14
$3,000 or more ··················10
Participation by class
Goal: 100 %
Class of 2016 ····· 43.4%
Class of 2017 ········ 44%
Class of 2018 ····· 44.6%
Class of 2019 ····· 65.9%
Class of 2020 ····· 68.1%
2015-16 “Gap”  $2,330
The difference in the tuition you pay
and the actual cost to educate your son.
Make your commitment now - payments may be made through June 30, 2016
www.catholichigh.org/DonateOnline
Your gifts will support:
 Continued educational excellence
 Dedicated and passionate faculty and staff
 Strong spiritual and educational reputation
Contact the CHS Office of Advancement (225)389-0978
for further information
Jamie Segar ‘90, Director of Advancement∣[email protected]
Kate Brady, Associate Director of Advancement ∣[email protected]
PAGE 31 Success Continues
CHS gratefully acknowledges the following parent donors,
matching gift companies and friends for their commitments to PAGE 31,
and current members of the CHS faculty and staff for their gifts to
The Fund for Catholic High School as of January 26, 2016.
It is hoped the 45% of families yet to make a commitment to PAGE 31 will
prayerfully consider a gift appropriate for their family
to aid in bringing the goal of 100% participation to a reality.
Jill and Chris Abadie ’78
Julie and Rich Abadie
Demetria and Alvin Abdul-Salaam
Rori and Chris Adams
Stacie and Paul Aguillard
Albemarle Corporation
Shelley and Scott Alexander
Marie and Stephen Alexander
Gifts to PAGE 31
have ranged from
$1 to more than
$5,000.
Juliet and Justin Alford ’89
Susan and Brent Alonzo
Brandi and Jason Anseman
Crystal and Brad Antie ’91
Lisa and Murphy Arcemont
Kim and Alton Ardoin
Karen and Trey Argrave ’86
Michele and Harold Ashy
Judi and Richard Atkins
Wanjennia and Yusuf Atkins
Aimee and Chad Aultman
Cindy and Ricky Averette ’82
Axiall Corporation
Elise and Gregory Aycock
Simone and Timothy Badeaux
Kathy and Dan Balhoff ’81
Bank of America
Wendy and George Barber ’85
Laura and Paul Barbin ’88
Annie and Brad Bass
Baton Rouge Area Foundation
Cherie and Jeffrey Baudier
Kitzia and David Baxter
Dawn and Bryan Beale
Katherine and Richard Beaugh
Rita and Gerard Becnel
Maureen and Ben Bell
Melissa and Jeff Bell
Denise Bennett
Brandi and Jeff Bergeron
Ann and Tommy Bernard
Amy and Jake Berret ’84
Laurie and Jimmy Berrigan
Katherine and Ritchie Bertrand
Erin and Joey Bielkiewicz
Michelle and Adam Birke
Ainsley and John Bishop ’84
Myra and Joseph Black
Andrea and Brad Blanchard
Joey Blanchard
Paula and Kenneth Blanchard
Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Louisiana
Katie and Greg Bodin
Lori and Keith Boeneke
Lacy and George Bofinger
Tammy and Pat Bogan ’78
Vicki and Matthew Scott Bollich
Shawn and Stephen Bone
Allyson and Everett Bonner
Suzanne and Martin Bordelon
Pat and Pete Boudreaux ’59
Lisa and Rex Boudreaux
Janet and Ron Boudreaux
Becky and Bubbie Bourg
Jennifer and Dwayne Bourgeois
Sunny and Troy Bourgeois
Alice and Daniel Bowers
Kate Brady
Jill and Scott Brady
Kelly and Trey Branstetter ’89
Sydney and Shaun Braud
Tim Breaux
JoAnn and David Brian
Donna and Frank Brian ’82
Walter Bringaze
Laura and Brett Brock
Angela and Rusty Brooks
Margaret and Steve Brooksher ’70
Sherry and Rob Brouillette
Kathleen and David Broussard ’82
Delveccio and Frederick Brown
Heather Brown
Margaret and Jeffrey Brown
Marcy and Joseph Brown
Solie and Timothy Brown
Allison and Waylon Brown
Kay and Val Browning
Tracy Browning
Margaret and Burton Brumfield
Joli and Thomas Bryan ’87
Melanie and Troy Budd
Pamela and Walter Bueche
Amanda and Ron Burgess
Lisa and Bill Burke
Blair and Matthew Burmaster
Linda and Tom Burnett
Melissa and Robert Burns
Business First Bank
Jay Butcher ’81
Roslyn and Donald Butler
Renee and Kevin Butler
Diane Bynum
Mimi and George Caballero
Betty and Larry Cain
Pat and Sonny Calandro ’58
Michelle and John Cambias
Missy and Cam Cameron
Barbara and Larry Camp
Phyllis and Samuel Cancienne
Korie and Randy Cangelosi ’87
Wendy and Jeffrey Carbo
Murphy and David Carley
Heather and Neil Carpenter
Anne and Steve Carville ’76
Kristen and Mark Cascio ’03
Claire and Jason Cashio ’91
John Castille
Jennifer and Jared Cavalier
Helen and Jeff Cavana
Stephanie and Dean Cazenave
CB&I
Bonnie and Richard Cedel
Central Ice, LLC
Mary Anne and Steven Champney
Judy and André Chapoy
Lenore Charlton
Nanci and Troy Charpentier
Joan and Sonny Chastain ’82
Lisa Chustz
Jamie and Michael Chustz
Jarrett Clanton
Gina Clark
Alicia and Joshua Cockfield
Shelly and Davis Cole
Allison and Maurice Coleman ’82
Kim and Anthony Collier
Heather and Doug Collis
Tangela Colson
Valerie and Chase Comeaux
Laurina and Mark Conger
Wendy and Jarrod Coniglio
Connections Academy
Angele and Todd Cooley
Carrie and Charles Cooper
Liz and Sterling Core
Lacey and Bernie Corripio ’82
Susana and Jose Costela
Mary Ann and Simon Coupel
Patricia and D. Porter Craig
Aimee and Carl Cramer
Rebecca and Michael Crawford
Shalane and Chris Crick ’82
Julie and Chris Crifasi
Mary and Dale Cronin ’86
Janene and John Crosby
Jennifer and Roy Culotta
Denise and Scott Culotta
Liz and Andrew Curtis
Darlene and Robert Daigrepont
Amy Dalton
Jeanne and Chaillie Daniel
Kelly and Trey D'Armond ’86
Amy and Damian Dartez
Lisa and Wayne Davenport
Kerry and Rick David ’85
Paula and Haggai Davis
Kym Davis
Sanders Davis ’10
Jeanne and Michael Dawson
Bridget and Bryan Day
Robin Deck
Nancy and James deGraauw
Ronnie Delatte
Monica and David Denham
Lana and Ross DeNicola ’83
Robbin and Kevin Denny
Amy and Arthur DeOliveira ’90
Tonya and Mark DeSoto
Missy and Bill DeVillier
Dan Dial ’85
Fran Dial
Beau Dicharry
Jeanne and Trent Didier
Sharon and Michael DiLeo
Stacy and Rob Dille ’87
Trinh and Cuong Dinh
Kieu Hanh and Hoan Dinh
Erin and Ben DiPalma ’00
Rachel and Michael DiResto
Mong and Dung Doan
Kim Dodd
Sylvia and Terry Doming
Nadine and Chris Donner
Constance and Zarius Drummond
Christe and Blake Ducote
Lara and Gregory Dugas
Meg and Charles Duggar
Josie and Keith Duke
Sarah and Patrick Dulaney ’92
Susan and Charles Dupuis
Chad Dupuy ’00
Catherine and John Durnin
Jeanne and Brian Dyess
Michelle Eaglin
Amy Echols
Jennifer and Eric Edmonson
Crystal and Tom Eldringhoff
Staci and David Ellis ’91
Virginia and Thomas Enright
Melissa and Rodney Ewing
Mary and Hilton Eymard
Nell and Rodney Falgoust
Kim and Richard Falgout
Marissa and Keith Fanguy
Pamela and Paul Farmer
Laura and Frank Favaloro
Monica and Frank Fazio
Candi and Paul Ferachi ’84
Aimee and Benjamin Ferrell
Charity and Gabe Fertitta
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Susan and Gregory Flieg
Lisa and Gary Focht
Cheryl and Barry Fontaine
Angele and Murray Fontenot
Kim and Kynan Fontenot
Lisa and Milam Ford
Melinda and Billy Francioni
Kim Francis
Monique and Perry Franklin
Sally Franklin
Monette and Charles Freeburgh
Wendi and Stephen French
Lois and Mitch Frey
Susan and Andre Fruge
Imelda and Robert Fruge
Jay Gagliano
Debra and Mark Gallegos ’84
Nessie and Steve Galliano
Rachel and Kevin Gamble
Becky and Steve Gammon
Jennifer and Joshua Garon
Anne Marie and Steve Gaudin ’83
Laura and John Gaupp
Lance Gaupp ’19
Cindy and Billy Gauthier ’82
Laura and Chris Gautreaux
Laura and George Getz
Chandra and Peter Giambrone
Jodi and Todd Gianfala
Laurie and Scott Ginn
Kim and Terry Ginn
Lana and Patrick Goldsmith
Dianne and Jason Graham
Amy and Derrick Green
Evelyn and Bryan Greenwood
Rene and Jonathan Greer ’88
Rachel and Jeff Gruner
Julie and Blair Guerin
Stacey and John Guilbeau
David Gunn
Dione and Shane Haag
Jill and Philip Hackney ’88
Monica and William Hadlock
Angela and Jody Hammett
Aliena and Robert Hanks
Nita and Chris Hannie ’77
Nancy and Ed Hardin ’86
Susan and Duane Hardy
Gina Harkrider
Crystal and Maurice Harmon
Jennifer and Tim Harris
Deuce Harrison
Erin Hart
Lisa and Ted Harvey
Lorie and Brett Hebert
Stacy and Cliff Hebert
Ray Hebert
Michelle and Michael Hedges ’90
Terri and Timothy Heitman
Consider a gift that
is appropriate for
your family.
Karen and Donald Heltz
Alexander Helwig
Kathy and Neal Hendrick
Erin Henley
Nancy Herin
Jeanne and David Herry
Anne Hibbard
Krissy and Brian Hightower ’97
Danielle Hofman
Karen and Derrik Holden
Celeste and Bryan Hollis
Tessa and Derrick Holloway
Honeywell
Michelle and Dexter Honoré ’75
Kathy and Dwayne Honoré ’83
Tyra and Jacques Honoré ’85
Elma Sue and Don Hood
Ronnie Hooks
Kim and Jeffrey Hotard ’85
Karla and David Houston
Maranda and Jason Howell
Julie and Michael Hubbell
Karen and Jim Hubicz
Ashley and Mark Hunt
Susan Hunt
Julie and William Hupperich
Beth and Charles Hurst
Laurene and Cory Hutchinson
Sherry and Ricky Hymel
Susan Iverson
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