WATCH: Local deputy does the "Cha Cha" with French Settlement students
LIVINGSTON PARISH- A Livingston Parish Sheriff's Deputy put his dancing shoes on with a group of French Settlement students.
French Settlement High School resource officer Brett Savant joined a group of students during lunch for a rendition of the "Cha Cha Slide."
Savant learned the dance earlier in the day with a group of French Settlement Junior High students and later joined high schoolers Payton Clouatre, Melanie Tircuit and Allyson Forbes at lunch.
Savant has been a school resource officer in French Settlement for two years, FSHS Principal Williams Hawkins told Livingston Parish News.
Savant is one of 10 school resource officers serve the parish — seven Livingston Parish sheriff deputies, one officer from the Walker Police Department and two officers from the Denham Springs Police Department.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Crawfish shop owner expecting prices to drop soon, demand to increase
Very few protesters attend rally at Louisiana State Capitol, Saturday
Baton Rouge residents celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with a...
LDH confirms first case of U.K. COVID Variant in Louisiana
Residents near the state capitol are concerned ahead of upcoming demonstrations