Southeastern Louisiana University student Darralann Boudreaux, of Ponchatoula, was named the Outstanding Student Teacher in Early Childhood Education by the College of Education and Human Development.
Boudreaux received her award at the college’s annual honors convocation May 1.
She was selected from among three other finalists from the Livingston-Tangipahoa area: Lindsey Simon, of Livingston; Kristina Bankston, of Hammond; and Megan Carpenter, of Tickfaw.
The college also announced the recipients of departmental honors, scholarships and grants and new members of the Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Alpha honor societies and SLU’s own Thirteen Club honor society.
Students from Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes nominated for and receiving departmental honors and scholarships included:
DENHAM SPRINGS: Roseanna Atwell, The Laurie Ann Bennett Burns Endowed Scholarship in Family & Consumer Sciences.
HAMMOND: Jennie Stewart, Outstanding Senior in English Education; David Will Jr., Outstanding Senior in Music Education; Megan Werner, Title IV-E Child Welfare Grant Recipient; and Kristina Bankston, nominee, Outstanding Student Teacher Award in Secondary Education.
LIVINGSTON: Lindsey Simon, nominee, Outstanding Student Teacher Award in Elementary Education.
LORANGER: Jessica Huhn, Exemplary Graduate in Special Education.
PONCHATOULA: Darralann Boudreaux, Outstanding Student Teacher in Elementary Education.
TICKFAW: Megan Carpenter, nominee, Outstanding Student Teacher in Secondary Education.
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