Campti High Class of 1990 Donate in Memory of Shirtee Evans

The Campti High School Class of 1990 made a heartfelt donation in memory of former Educator and Vice Principal, Shirtee Evans. The class raised money to help one of their own fallen classmates, Scott Long, and had money available to make another impactful donation. The organizers agreed that they would like to honor Shirt Evans for the memories that he created for them during their high school years. Evans was known as a staunch supporter of discipline which earned him much respect from the students, but he was also known for his way of making them friends as well. He loved all sports at Campti High School and then Lakeview High School so it was agreed that the donation would be made to the Lakeview High School Basketball program.

Class member, Melissa McLaren Frye, shared, “Mr. Evans was truly a man among men and he blessed our lives so much, I hope he knew how much we all respected him.”

“Mr. Evans was a fan favorite of all of the students, he touched the lives of many children through he decades and I am so happy to see him honored in this way,” said Board President, Reba Phelps.

The donation was presented at the April Committee Meeting of the Natchitoches Parish School Board. Pictured with Lakeview High School Principal, William Hymes, are Steven Harris District 8 Board Member, Board President Reba Phelps, District 6 and Eugene Garner District 7 Board Member.


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