Ethel Schoeffner School Launches Inaugural Krewe of Finley Parade

Published 10:09 am Tuesday, February 20, 2024

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Ethel Schoeffner School proudly celebrated its first Krewe of Finley parade, a day filled with community spirit, creativity, and educational pride, marking a new tradition in Washington Parish’s vibrant cultural calendar.

The Royal Court, a centerpiece of the parade, featured students who exemplified the school’s values of leadership, scholarship, and citizenship. The parade also honored the dedication of outstanding educators, with Teachers of the Year Amanda Morgan of Ethel Schoeffner and Jessica Ernst of New Sarpy taking a prominent role in the festivities.

Adding to the excitement, the fourth-grade “310” Stompers captured the audience with their energy and enthusiasm, showcasing the talent and exuberance of Ethel Schoeffner’s students.

Notably, the parade’s mascots, Finley and Muddy, became symbols of joy as they celebrated alongside students, staff, and the community. Their presence underscored the parade’s theme of unity and school spirit.

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