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Elmi Gonzalez, a student at Lacoste Elementary, was chosen as the fifth grade, first place essay winner in the recent Martin Luther King Essay Contest. Students were asked to read an article about King and his accomplishments.

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Elmi Gonzalez, a student at Lacoste Elementary, was chosen as the fifth grade, first place essay winner in the recent Martin Luther King Essay Contest.

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The St. Bernard Sports Hall of Fame and Gulf Coast Bank presented Chalmette High with a $4,000 contribution from the proceeds raised during the 2016 Hall of Fame golf tournament.

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