Baton Rouge Real Estate

June 27, 2007

Baton Rouge Communities: Monticello Subdivision

you are looking for a good Baton Rouge real estate value, Monticello subdivision offers some of the best values
available. This is a quieter Baton
Rouge community
, offering homes that have usually been well-maintained.
These homes are usually nicely sized for starting families are retirees looking
to downsize their living. Many of the homes in the Baton Rouge Monticello
subdivision have been well-maintained.

In addition to charming
homes, this Baton Rouge community features great real estate values. The homes
are well-priced for their size, and the location offers a slice of quiet living
amid the excitement and entertainment options of Baton Rouge’s city

For more on the Baton
Rouge Monticello Subdivsion, or to search other Baton Rouge real estate,
contact Glenda

June 25, 2007

New Plan for Baton Rouge Schools Designed to Help Struggling Students

of the latest efforts to help Baton Rouge students keep up in their studies is
the new program in West Baton Rouge parish schools known as Summer Enrichment
and Technology Camp. This is a five week class for children who will be fourth
graders in the fall, and is designed to help students who are just short of
basic competency.

The Advocate reports on
hopes for this program for Baton Rouge students:

[School Superintendent David] Corona hopes the plan will help
these students not only retain what they learned the previous year, but will
also help them get a head start on the new academic year.

He said he hopes that will mean better academic progress come
fall, better grades, and better scores on standardized tests.

If this
Baton Rouge schools program shows good results, it is expected to be expanded to
include more students.

For more Baton Rouge
news, and information on Baton Rouge schools,
contact Glenda

June 22, 2007

Beautiful Baton Rouge Home in Monticello Subdivision

This beautiful Baton Rouge home is a great Monticello Subdivision real estate valueIf you are looking for elegant living in a beautiful Baton Rouge home, this Monticello Subdivision home
is right for you. This lovely 3 BD, 2 BA home is situated in the quiet
Monticello Subdivision and has been well taken care-of. The heat is only a year
old, and the front roof only 2 years old. The large backyard is fenced for
privacy, and ideal for family gatherings outdoors.

Other features of this
Baton Rouge real estate value include wood floors througout, ample closet space,
a breakfast area and a large kitchen. Dryer connections can be gas or

To arrange a showing of this beautiful Baton Rouge home, or to
explore any other Baton Rouge real estate value, contact Glenda

June 20, 2007

Baton Rouge Communities: Hunter’s Glen

you are looking for a good Baton Rouge real estate value, Hunter’s Glen is the place for you. Among Baton
Rouge communities
, this is one of those that offers traditional-style living
with modern ammenities. Subdivision living in Baton
is a great way to enjoy a slice of peace and quiet, with access to
city life.

Many of the homes in
Hunter’s Glen are fairly new — some as new as six years old! This means that
they are outfitted modernly, and it also means that there is the potential for
the homes in this subdivision of Baton Rouge to increase in price, meaning that
right now Hunter’s Glen offers a great Baton Rouge real estate value!

To learn more about
Hunter’s Glen and other Baton Rouge communities,
contact Glenda

June 19, 2007

Louisiana State Officials Get Pay Raise — But Only if Teachers Do, Too

Louisiana House of Representatives has passed a bill granting a pay raise to
elected state officials. However, this pay raise comes with a caveat: teachers
and other state workers must get a pay raise as well.

Louisiana state
officials have not received a pay raise since 1995, and officials hope that this
will help spur interest by quality individuals to become involved in state

Another part of the
Louisiana state officials pay raise bill includes funding for the
Road Home
, but
this item is widely expected to be removed from the bill. Right now, the bill
heads to the Louisiana Senate for consideration.

For more Louisiana state
news, and to learn about Baton Rouge real estate,
contact Glenda