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LMS Book Authors

  • Book Authors at Loranger Middle School

    Loranger Middle Students are the proud authors of the book entitled Louisiana - Our Great State!  They spent a tremendous amount of time creating this book and learned a great deal about Louisiana as well as the publishing process. Students are: 1st row Normandy Bradley, Trista Ford, Alveon Winn, Xavier Perry, Andrew Hilton; 2nd row Tyla White, Victoria Bender, Elijah Chisesi, Austin Aaron, Madelyn Francois, Alexis Nethery; 3rd row Rodney Smith, Beverly Williams, teacher, Chelsea Viola, Jonothon Wilson, Gary Dennis;

Tangi Library's Young Woman of Excellence

  • Tangi Library's Young Woman of Excellence Award Recipient

    Shelby Core, 5th grader at Martha Vinyard Elementary, was on the radio this week for receiving the Tangipahoa Public Library's Young Woman of Excellence Award. Shelby also was recently named TPSS 5th grade Student of the Year. We are so proud of the wonderful student and leader she is becoming!!!

  • HHMS Talented Art Exhibit

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  • Once Upon a Time in the Park

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  • kindergarten

     

    Students entering Kindergarten for 2016-2017 must enroll in Registration Gateway by April 29, 2016. Click here for directions.

     

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  • Announcements - Tryouts

    Tryout information for all TPSS School Sports and Extracurricular activity groups for the 2016-17 school year is available by clicking here.

    Medical History Exam Form

     

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  • Hammond Jr. High Magnet School's Green School Challenge


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    Hammond Junior High Magnet is excited to join in this year's challenge. We've continued to recycle and conserve energy across our campus, and have purchased hand dryers to help tackle the immense amount of waste our cafeteria produces. Additionally, we have stepped up our composting and recycling efforts in the cafeteria. Outside the walls of our building, we have learned to become more sustainable by planting an efficient garden. Our school will be undergoing major changes next year, from a 7-8 school to pre-K - 8, and will be changing names to Greenville Park Academy.

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  • Hammond Eastside 6th Graders Breakout EDU

    Breakout EDU boxes are immersive learning games for all content areas which teach critical thinking, teamwork, and complex problem solving. Sarah Strahan’s sixth graders  at Hammond Eastside Magnet School "broke out" of THE TIME KEEPER game. The students engaged in the Breakout EDU session to review their unit of study on Mesopotamia. They saved the world from Dr. Drovic’s split personality taking over time and changing history. In doing so, they learned a great deal about communicating, an important part of the IB Learner Profile, and teamwork. More information about Breakout EDU Box activities can be found at http://www.tangischools.org/Domain/5183.

    Back row: Unseld Johnson, Stormie Brecheen, Kayla Edwards, Melissa Cochran, Angelique Patterson, Timothy Mitchell; Middle row: Abigail Thompson, Thaleia Dufrene, Destiny Baham, Khamani White, Skyy Jackson, Jillian Patterson, Autumn Allen; Bottom row: Caroline Sibley, Eva Delatte, Teddra Hartford, Aaryn Zanders, Brenna Adams, Richard Frere, Jeremiah Reitz;

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  • Lego Makerspace Wall at O.W. Dillon

    Richelle Votaw, the computer lab teacher at O.W. Dillon, just installed a new Lego Makerspace Wall in the lab at the school.  The Makerspace is a learning environment where students can tinker, design, and create together. The Makerspace movement encourages experimentation, open-ended exploration, and a belief that "making mistakes is a great way to learn.”  It is also an integral part of STEM and STEAM. These Makerspaces encourage students to think critically and work collaboratively.

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  •  2015-16 School Year calendar

    2016-17 School Year Calendar

    The TPSS Board approved the calendar for the 2016-17 school year at the latest meeting. Click here to learn more....

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    High School Graduation Dates

    The dates and times for Tangipahoa Parish School System High School graduations have been announced.

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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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  • School Choice

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  • TPSS Registration Gateway

    This is for registration for the
    2016-17 school year.

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