• Excellence Every Day 
    The Tangipahoa Parish School System, in partnership with the community, is committed to provide strong instructional leadership, a safe and orderly environment, high expectations, and a system to measure achievement that enables each student to achieve at his/her maximum intellectual capacity and to become an independently contributing, responsible member of society.

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  • My School Bucks


    My School Bucks
    May 14, 2018, will be the last day we will accept checks in the district.
    As of May 22, 2018, our online meal payment system will be disabled.


  • Offender Watch Initiative

TPSS PreK Application

2017-2018 Revised Budget

  • Revised Budget

2016-2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

  • Financial Report

Ethics Law and Compliance Training

  • Ethics Law and Compliance Training

    Ethics Law & Compliance Training

    Each TPSS public servant shall receive a minimum of one hour of education and training on the Code of Governmental Ethics during each year of his/her public employment or term of office, as case may be. Read our Ethics Law Compliance Training notice for more information. Visit the Louisiana Ethics Administration Program to log into the online training site.

  •  Student Enrollment

    Registration is now OPEN for New Students and Transfers

    Enrollment Information

      Parents, please click the red button above for detailed information or click the Enrollment button on the Channel Bar. 
    You will find all the information you need for new students and for student transfer applications.


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  • Students Last Day of School

    Students' Last Day of School

    Thursday, May 24, 2018 will be a half day of school for all TPSS Students. Please check with your child's school for specific dismissal times.

    Lunch will be served.



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  • Teacher PD Day

    Friday, May 25, 2018 will be a professional development day for our faculties. 


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  • Hammond High Magnet School students pose with the city mayor.

    HHMS 4-H Tech Club presented their Spring Service Project to Mayor Pete and the City Council. The project's aim was to help the city make the downtown Hammond area more accessible by ensuring all sidewalks are ADA compliant. Pictured: GIS Professional Fran Harvey, Maurice Watts, Mayor Pete, Vibriogn Epuri, Hayley Anthony, School Sponsor Jessica Bean, and Principal Shelly Gaydos.


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    PJHS students hold certificates on stage in the company of the first lady.

    This school year, Governor John Bel Edwards and First Lady Donna Edwards initiated the Bandits Book Challenge to schools across Louisiana.  Mrs. Pat Reed’s Read 180 classes accepted the challenge.  During an end of the year assembly, First Lady Donna Edwards stopped by to surprise students with a special award from Governor Edwards for meeting the challenge and reading over 200 books. 


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    ILA Awards

    1st and 2nd grade Independence Leadership Acadmey students receiving the Leadership Awards and Good Character Awards are Grecia Vazquez, Josie Carrion, Victor Ochoa, Autumn Giamalva, Christiana Wilkinson, Irving Meraz, Carmen Spencer, & Brooklyn Grisby with Principal, Lisa Matherne-Raiford, Asst. Principal, Melanie Johnston and Disciplinarian, Veronica Dunomes.


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  • Students dress as their favorite storybook characters.

    Can you find your favorite storybook character?  Tucker Elementary students were allowed to dress up like their favorite characters for meeting the end of year Accelerated Reader goal!  Our Gators love to read!


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  • Students at Midway Elementary show off their trophies.

    Midway students were recognized for their high Accelerated Reader scores. The girl and boy from each grade with the highest score received a trophy. Pictured from left to right are as follows: Mrs. Wanda Davis (Principal), Mrs. Ethel Gilless (Librarian) Addyson Damare (1st grade), Andrew Wallace (1st grade), Ellie Millet (2nd grade), Domonick McCoy (2nd grade), Nevaeh Pierre (3rd grade), Landen Brown (3rd grade), and Mrs. Jamie Mills-Jackson (Assistant Principal).


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  • Students pose with books.

    Congratulations to Kentwood High Magnet School's 5th period Read 180 class for being READ180 Books Read contest winners! Ms. Burgess and her students were surprised with a party and lunch to celebrate their accomplishments.


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  • Heart of Hospice

    Are you Looking to Get Involved? Become a Volunteer

    Your gifts of compassion and care can make an amazing difference in the lives of patients and their families. Volunteers can provide support to patients and families through direct care or administrative duties.

    If you or someone you know is interested in the Heart of Hospice volunteer program, or would like additional information, please contact their offices.

    Heart of Hopsice of Northshore
    15781 Professional Plaza
    Hammond, LA 70403

    office: 985 - 549 - 1877
    fax: 985 - 375 - 1192

    Referral Line: 1 - 844 - HOH - 0411

    Visit the Heart of Hospice website or read our Flyer for more information.


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  • Thank you Mr. Kolwe

    Thank you, Mr. Mark Kolwe for your commitment, service, and dedication to our schools and community! 

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  • ATTENTION TPSS Employees!

    TangiSchools Web Spotlight

    Only Spotlight Submissions from TPSS Employees will be considered for approval.

YBTC Winner

  • PJHS student wins 4th place at You Be the Chemist competion

    PJHS YBTC Winner

    Austyn Akin from PJHS won 4th place in the state You be the Chemist Challenge, which was held April 14 at LSU.
    Pictured with her is Brenda Nixon, LSU Cain Center.

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LDOE High School 2018 Teacher of the Year

  • 2018 Teacher Division Winner

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    Check out what's going on all around Tangipahoa Parish Schools. 

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  • Plan

    The Board began 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, all designed to enhance educational opportunities and further the desegregation of the school system.  

    Click the image above for more information.

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