Vision Communications continues annual Sheets for Schools paper donation

Pictured left to right: (top row) Floyd Benoit, Lafourche Parish Schools; Timothy Long, Golden Meadow Middle School; Hennessy Melancon, South Lafourche High School. (Bottom row) Nanette Bordelon, Callais Office Supply; Holly Bouzigard, South Larose Elementary; Reed Callais, Callais Office Supply; Jaime Soudelier and Jean Orgeron-Wells, Vision Communications.

LAROSE, LA -- Vision Communications continues to provide support to local schools by providing 187 cases of copy paper to our local schools. According to Jean Orgeron-Wells, Marketing Coordinator, “The past donations were so well received and appreciated that we were very happy to continue to help provide a much-needed resource to our teachers and students.”

“Our school system is very fortunate to have tremendous community support,” said Jo Ann Matthews, Lafourche Parish Schools Superintendent of Schools. “This is a fine example of the business community stepping forward and making a difference in the lives of our students. We are very appreciative."

In total, 187 cases of paper were delivered to 17 local schools with the assistance of Callais Office Supply in Cut Off, La. The following schools each received 11 cases of paper: Cut Off Elementary, Galliano Elementary, Golden Meadow Lower Elementary, Golden Meadow Upper Elementary, Golden Meadow Middle School, Grand Isle, Holy Rosary Catholic, Larose Lower Elementary, Larose Upper Elementary, LCO Middle, South Lafourche High, The Center, Lockport Lower, Lockport Middle, Lockport Upper, Central Lafourche High and Holy Savior Catholic.


Vision Communications provides Internet, TV, phone, and home security and automation services to consumers and businesses in the Central and South Lafourche area, as well as Grand Isle. The company recently upgraded its network to an All-Digital platform to provide higher quality and more reliable services to its customers. The company proudly supports the communities it serves through sponsorships and its own “Vision Cares” volunteer program. Founded in 1945, Vision is celebrating its 70th year as the local service provider and business leader.