Congratulations to EHS's Amy Broussard LeBlanc for being selected as the 2017/18 Erath High School Teacher of the year! "Mrs. Amy" was selected by members of our own Erath High School Faculty to represent our educational community of excellence. She brings excitement and even a little eccentricity to this campus in the form of a FACS teacher. She is the favorite of many students (past and present) and understands what needs to be covered in the classroom to keep the focus on achievement that includes self confidence, independence, and adult mentorship.
I am proud and honored to make this announcement and congratulate Mrs. Amy on this elite platform. Please share my excitement as we represent Erath with pride!
Erath High Principal Marc Turner recently announced that Amy Broussard LeBlanc was named the 2018-2019 Erath High Teacher of the Year. (Note: The TOTY contest is a year ahead of the other competitions).
She is a 1998 Erath High graduate who and earned her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Communication from UL Lafayette. Prior to joining the EHS faculty, Mrs. LeBlanc taught the basic speech course at UL Lafayette, earned her alternative certification in Secondary Speech Education and most recently taught speech, broadcasting and fine arts at Breaux Bridge High School for nine years. In 2013, she became certified to teach Family and Consumer Science.
She is married to Lance LeBlanc and has one son Locke.
Broussard is the daughter of Teddy Broussard and Nellie Broussard.
Pictured are Erath High Principal Marc Turner, Erath High Teacher of the Year Amy LeBlanc and Assistant Principal Patricia Thibodeaux.