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Parish Fair Spelling Bee Winner

  • IMMS Spelling Bee Winner

    Raniya Austin, 7th grade student at Independence Middle Magnet School, won 1st place in the Tangipahoa Parish Fair Spelling Bee.  She was the overall winner for the Fair!  Congratulations to Raniya for proudly representing the school and parish!  Great job! 

  • Kentwood High College Application Day

    On Wednesday October 7, 2015 Kentwood High Senior Class Participated in Louisiana College Application Day!!

    Counselor Barbara English along with the help of KHMS teachers Carmen Kinzy, Kenneth Butler, Rhonda Travis,  Natalie Walker KHMS Secretary,  Ms. Amber Hammons Southeastern Louisiana University Admissions Department and Nikki Lombardo the Career Coach at Northshore Technical College, all guided the seniors through the application process.  It was an exciting day for these students. Click here to see more pictures.



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  • Independence Middle Magnet School Walk to School Day

    Each year Independence Middle Magnet School celebrates International Walk to School Day.  Students are encouraged to walk to school for exercise, to fight childhood obesity, and celebrate Safe Routes to Schools.  Parents, faculty, staff, community members, and over 50 students walked to school!  Independence Middle Magnet School would like to thank everyone who participated in the annual Walk to School event!




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  • AEMS Music Video October

    October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month so Amite Elementary Magnet School Fourth grade students performed and filmed a music video to bring awareness to bullying prevention.  It is an original song written to the pop song "I Can't Feel My Face" by the Weeknd.  Lisa Gros put it on the school's television broadcast for October 1st and teachers followed up with discussions about how important it was to stand together against bullying.


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  • Alternate Student Assignment Plan

    The Board has begun implementation of the Alternate Student Assignment Plan approved by U.S. District Court Judge Ivan Lemelle on June 2, 2015. The Alternate Student Assignment Plan is based upon adjustment of attendance zones, grade restructuring, and utilization of existing and new magnet programs. Read full story...

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  • Board Docs

    In an effort to make information more available to the public, the Tangipahoa Parish School Board unanimously approved a “paperless board meeting” computer software. In order to do so, Board meeting agenda preparation and dissemination will be done through a program called BoardDocs. Read more...

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  • Headline Archives

    Take a look back at some of the previous months and years of Headlines.

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  • Texts from School Messenger

    Parents can now choose to receive text messages from School Messenger. Read more on how to do that.

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  • New Student Enrollment Packet

    If your child is entering a TPSS school for the first time you may want to download this packet and fill it out before you start the registration process.

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  • Substitute Teacher Applicants

    Effective January 6, 2014, individuals who wish to apply to substitute teach in the Tangipahoa Parish School System must follow new procedures in place. Read More...

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  • School Choice

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Rainbow toast

  • Woodland Park students create rainbow toast

    The students in Ms. Halaris’s class at Woodland Park Elementary Magnet School, Kenya and Ayden created an edible rainbow on bread. They experimented with mixing primary colors to discover how secondary colors are made and then enjoyed eating their 'Rainbow Toast'.