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December

  • Dress Code Revisions
     
    The TPSS Student Dress Code Policy is being changed so that when our students return from the holidays in January 2015, they will be allowed to wear heavy coats or jackets of any color or style outside of the school classroom/building. Please keep in mind that the coats or jackets may not have inappropriate insignia, logos, or language, and that dusters or trench coats may not be worn.  Click here to read the letter from Superintendent Mark Kolwe with more details about this change in Dress Code Policy.
     
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  • TPSS Technology Center
     
     The TPSS Technology Center is now open at the new location, 795 S. Morrison Blvd in Hammond. The 24 Technology Department employees are all housed in the new Tech Center. All computer training classes will be held in the 32 station training lab.  A large meeting room that seats 60 people is also available for district meetings and training. Please stop by to take a tour of our new facility.  
     
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  • Tangipahoa Magnet Programs
     
    Applications for the 2015 -16 school year will be accepted December 15, 2014 - February 2, 2015. 
    Notification of acceptance:  February 23, 2015.
     
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  • PHS Recycled Christmas Tree
     
    Shane Kraft's AP Environmental Science students at Ponchatoula High School proudly display their Recycled Christmas Tree and Ornament Project.  The tree is made from Coke/Diet Coke bottles stuffed with tulle from PHS spirit week tutus. The students made their ornaments at home using things that they had on hand (glue, glitter, paint from previous projects) with the idea of using something that they would normally throw away.
     
     
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  • The Gingerbread Man at Christmas by O.W. Dillon Elementary Computer Club
     
    The O.W. Dillon Elementary Computer Club created a Puppet Theater Video of "The Gingerbread Man at Christmas." Richelle Votaw is the Computer teacher for the school and the sponsor of the Computer Club.  Take a look at their video by clicking the picture above. Merry Christmas!!
     
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  • Tucker Library Christmas Tree
     
    Tucker Elementary students have a very special Christmas tree in their Library that was created by Librarian, Krystle Hyman.
     
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  • TPSS Principals
     
    TPSS Principals pictured above were recognized at a recent Board Meeting for their school's Performance Scores.  Pat Williams, Southeastern Louisiana University Lab School - "A" school; Catherine Perry, Loranger Middle School - "B" school; Melissa Ryan, Vinyard Elementary - "B" school; Rhonda Vaccaro, Roseland Montessori School - "Top Gains" school; Rhea Marrs, Loranger High - "B" school; Anthony Sciortino, Champ Cooper School - "B" school; Brenda Johnson, Sumner Middle School - "B" school. Not pictured is Bobby Matthews, Ponchatoula Jr. High - "B" school.
     
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  • REMS Young Ladies and Gentelmen Society

     
    The Young Ladies and Gentlemen Society at Roseland Montessori visited a fellow Magnet school today to learn about the culinary arts and the robotic programs. Students met with Hammond High School Magnet ProStart members to learn proper kitchen cleanliness such as washing hands for food prep.  Then they used their artistic abilities as pastry chefs to decorate gingerbread cookies made by the ProStart team.  The students in the Robotics program also welcomed the REMS students into their classroom where they showed how to use Engineering to construct a catapult, which they later used to launch marshmallows.  In addition to their catapult constructions, the students were also given a demonstration of the robot the HHS team built for the latest robotic competition.  After the visit at Hammond High Magnet, the Society members gathered at Rock's Cafe in Amite where they were given a table etiquette lesson as they were served lunch.  REMS offers much gratitude to Hammond High Magnet teachers Angelina Drago, Shelly Gaydos, as well as the students in their programs, and Rock's Cafe for arranging this opportunity for the Young Ladies and Gentlemen Society members as they continue to learn the skills needed to be respectful and responsible members of a community.  It was a great day of collaboration between two of the many successful programs that are a part of the Magnet programs in the Tangipahoa Parish School System.   Pictured above is Tristan Ackerman showing off his decorated cookie.
     
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  • O.W. Dillon's Choir
     
    The O.W. Dillon Music Department was represented by a group of sixth graders who volunteered their time to attend the December 9th School Board meeting and perform.  These students were under the direction of Mr. Andre Harris, Music teacher at O.W. Dillon.    Pictured from left to right, Adrien Jackson, Jomarion Tate, Principal Hugh Wallace, Nykerya Venible, Bryunna Robinson, Tamie Gordon, Ashanti Cooper, Angelica Gordon, Soleia Sampson, Administrative Intern Tonya Ratliff, Music teacher Andre Harris. Click here to see a video of the performance http://bit.ly/1vOrc5V
     
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  • Nesom Middle School Food Drive
     
    The Nesom Middle School Beta Club recently organized their annual food drive for the needy.  Nesom students, faculty and staff donated over 1,000 items to "Our Daily Bread" Food Bank. Our Daily Bread distributes food throughout communities in Tangipahoa Parish.
    Nesom is currently conducting a "Care Package" drive for items to be wrapped and sent to our military troops serving overseas during this Christmas season.  If anyone would like to donate to this worthy cause, they can contact Mrs. Shana Neupert, Beta Club Sponsor, at 985-345-2166. Principal Charlotte Tillman is so proud of all the charitable efforts of Nesom Middle School students.
     
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Kentwood High Magnet students Fine Arts painting
 
Kentwood High Magnet School Fine Arts Survey class experienced a 2 hour instructional painting class led by Artists Tweety Bachemin and Marilyn Kennedy at Painting with a Twist in Hammond.  

coaching @ NES

coaching at Natalbany Elementary

Jill Foster, District Master Teacher, coaching Kathy Cusimano, Mentor Teacher at Natalbany Elementary, in how to strengthen lesson plans in ELA to ensure alignment with Common Core Standards and PARCC expectations.

World Milk Day at WPEMS

Woodland Park Cafeteria workers on World Milk Day
 
Woodland Park Elementary Magnet School's outstanding cafeteria personal, Tabitha Giles, Doris Hayes, Katie Pines, and Ophelia Knighten, were more than excited to be a part of such an amazing experience on World Milk Day. 

world milk day

Amite Elementary Magnet School celebrates World Milk Day
 

Students at AEMS celebrated World School Milk Day on Wednesday, September 24th.  Milk is an important part of a healthy diet, and that's why it's served in schools every day.  In honor of World School Milk Day, students watched special videos, received pencils and milk moustache stickers, and most importantly - drank milk! Pictured above are Kindergarten students, Sanovia Williams and Kaleah Wicker, smile with their milk moustaches to celebrate World School Milk Day.