Mrs. Peggy Bercegeay Aime earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from Southeastern Louisiana University. Mrs. Peggy also holds a master’s degree in Supervision and Administration and a reading specialist degree from Louisiana State University.
Mrs. Peggy taught in in the Ascension Parish school system for 35 years. She taught fourth through eighth grades at Gonzales High School (now East Ascension High School), Dutchtown Elementary School, Dutchtown High School and Prairieville Elementary School. She was also an Ascension Parish Helping Teacher specializing in English/Language Arts for fourth through eighth grades for five years. Her other administrative roles include assistant principal at Prairieville Elementary School and principal at St. Amant Middle School. After Mrs. Peggy retired in 1996, she worked with the Louisiana Resource Center for Educators as a LRCE mentor for teachers seeking alternative certification.
Mrs. Peggy has been an LRTA Life Member since 1995. She has held all officer positions with the Ascension Retired Teachers Association and has been a member of the organization for 23 years. She currently serves as president of the Ascension RTA. She previously served as District IV president from 2010-2012. She is currently serving her second term. Additionally, Mrs. Peggy serves on the LRTA Hurricane Relief Committee.
Mrs. Peggy is married to Ronnie Aime. They have three children, eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. She is a member of Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Baton Rouge. Mrs. Peggy served as a lector, commentator and member of the original school board for MBS. She also served as the secretary’s president. Mrs. Peggy is an alumni of Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority (Beta Eta Chapter) and Alpha Sigma Tau.