All TPSS Students entering K-12 for the 2016-17 school year MUST register online for admission. Click the link on the left of the page to register and/or find out more information.
REMEMBER!! Parents must return the two registration documents in the green envelope to school after completing the online registration.
Join us as we ZAP! our creativity and KNOCK OUT our daily curriculum with the latest and greatest ed tech tools. Our SUPER SATURDAY classes are action-packed with great ideas that you can use to strenghten your tech power in the classroom! Log in to the RegisterMe Staff Development portal to see a list of classes and enroll today!
Submissions for Box Tops, Community Coffee, Labels for Education, and Tyson A+ Project are due Friday, February 19. Show your Roo Pride by turning them in to your homeroom teacher.
The Lady Roos Basketball Team will be playing against Cedar Creek on Thursday, February 18 in the Kentwood High Gymnasium. Come out and show your support for these young ladies. We want to "Pack the Gym With Orange". Wear your orange shirts, pants, hats, or shoes!
Prom will be held on Thursday, March 24 at The Event Center LaMaison Celebrazione in Hammond, LA. Doors open at 7:00PM and close at 11:30PM. Juniors and seniors MUST have their prom fees paid in order to attend. Guest that do not attend Kentwood High Magnet School must have a form filled out in order to attend. Please see Mrs. Cryer for more information and to pick up your form.
Henderson Photography will return for the 2nd order pickup for senior portraits on Friday, February 26. This is your final chance to place an order for your senior portraits!
With approximately 46 states adopting the Common Core State Standards, the Louisiana Department of Education and the Tangipahoa Parish School System has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform education in our state and district and improve our student’s opportunities to compete globally. Currently, for too many students drop out or graduate from high school without the knowledge and skills required for success, closing doors and limiting their post-high school options. The Tangipahoa Parish School System is committed to increasing the number of students who earn high school diplomas and enroll in college or have a career after graduation. Implementing the Common Core State Standards is a critical step toward ensuring that all students in the Tangipahoa Parish School System receive the education they need to become College or Career Ready.