Search continues for missing teacher

New Orleans, LA -- As the search enters day seven, the mother of Terrilynn Monnette starts to fear the worst.

"If anyone was in Parlay's at the time my daughter went missing, I beg of you, I plead of you please come forth and tell everything that you know," says Toni Enclade, Monnette's Mother.

It's been seven days, no phone calls, no signs, not a trace of the 26-year-old Monnette.

"This week has felt like an eternity it feels like it's been a lot longer than seven days," says Monnette's Principal, Amy Hoyle.

Today, New Orleans Police Officers led dozens of volunteers in another search of City Park for Monnette.

Approximately, 300 volunteers have joined the search effort to find Monnette. They are looking for any clues, a piece of jewelry, a piece of clothing that might indicate her last known whereabouts.

Monnette was last seen around 4:00 a.m. last Saturday in the parking lot of Parlay's Bar in the 800 block of Harrison Avenue.

Volunteers searched for hours without finding one clue.

"Seven days now I can't even eat, cause I'm thinking is my child eating, I don't know, it's really getting to be frustrating," says Enclade.

A mother who has been holding on to hope.

"If you're listening, put yourself in my place how would you feel if someone was to take your loved one think about that. You're a human being; I know you have some type of heart. Whoever has her, you have some type of heart and don't punish my daughter," says Enclade.

Family, friends, and a mother who simply want to know where Terrilynn is.