• "The beginning is the most important part of the work" - Plato 
  • Offender Watch Initiative

PreK Application

  • Pre-K Application

    Click the image above to submit an application for our Pre-K programs.

REMS 4H State Winner

  • REMS 4H State Winner

    Congratulations to Lakelynn Venable of Roseland Montessori who was a state 4H winner and participated in the annual junior wildlife tour. This tour was held August 1-3 at Grand Isle State Park. Youth participants took a boat tour of Fouchon Port Facility, visited Bird Island to view newly hatched brown pelicans. They also learned how to throw cast nets, go crabbing, and much more! The trip was earned when her record book placed 1st in the elementary division at 4H Fest and then was submitted to Baton Rouge to be judged against books from all over the state. She learned a lot and was very thankful for the experience.

HEMS Bear Hunt

  • HEMS Bear Hunt

    Kindergarten classes at Hammond Eastside Magnet School went on a bear hunt to explore the different areas of the school. At the end of the bear hunt, the kids were able to meet their Bear Principal, Mr. Labbe.

Revised Budget

  • 2016-17 Revised Annual Operating Budget

2017-2018 Original Budget

  • 2017 -2018 Annual Operating Budget

Ethics Law and Compliance Training

  • Ethics Law and Compliance Training

    TPSS Employees - Click the image above for information and directions on how to complete the training.

    Click HERE to login to the training site. 


  • OWD Breaks Out of the Box!


    Sixth Grade ELA students of Ms. Votaw's class at O.W. Dillon participated in the Breakout Lesson, "Out of the Dust." Ms. Votaw created the lesson during a summer session of TangiTech Breakout EDU. The game was run with four boxes, having five kids per group to work on cracking the locks on each box. A timer was set for 45 minutes and everyone broke out! The last group had two minutes to spare. :)


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  • Constitution Day

    Mrs. Cruise's second grade class at Hammond Westside Montessori School celebrates Constitution Day!

    Students participated in activities to learn about the constitution, created their own class constitution, and signed it using "quill pens" while wearing tricorn hats just like the founding fathers of our country did!

    Click HERE for Constitution Day Resources to share with your students!


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  • Barn Hill Preserve

    On Wednesday, September 13th, Barn Hill Preserve visited the PreK-4th Graders at Champ Cooper School! Students enjoyed learning about several of the animals presented by Barn Hill's staff. Students also had the opportunity to take pictures with a kangaroo joey, a bearded dragon or a corn snake.


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  • NMS Author Visit
    Natalbany Middle Receives a Special Visit
    Students in Mr. Bean's 8th grade Journey's to Career class at Natalbany Middle School received a special visit recently. Waukeshia is a best selling author, and a partner and patent attorney with Jackson & Lowe Law Group.   She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana State University. She also has an MBA from the University of Houston - Clear Lake, and her law degree from LSU Law Center.  Waukeshia has been featured in Technology Diversity Magazine and National Society of Black Engineer Magazine and US News. Pictured are Robin Danos, Assistant Principal, Waukehisa, Mr. Bean and his students, and Darlene Hammer, Principal of NMS.
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  • Fall Gardening at Independence High Magnet School

    Mr. Fekete's Ag students at Independence High School plant their fall garden of broccoli, cauliflower, cucumbers, and cabbage.


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  • Petition for Diploma ACT 303

    Petition for High School Diploma (Act 303)

    Act 303 authorizes a person who is no longer enrolled in a public school but was identified as a student with a disability and who previously failed to receive a high school diploma or was denied graduation solely for failing to meet the state high school graduation exit examination requirements, to petition his or her city, parish, or other local public school board to receive a high school diploma.  Such petitions shall be submitted to Mrs. Cheryl Kirkland Braud, Director of Special Education by December 31, 2017.  Tangipahoa Parish School System will transmit diploma requests to the Louisiana Department of Education in accordance with LDOE procedures and guidelines.

    ACT 303 Informational Flyer

    Form - Petition for High School Diploma (ACT 303)

    Forms can be mailed to: 

    Tangipahoa Parish Special Services Center
    1745 SW Railroad Avenue
    Suite 302
    Hammond, LA 70403



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Parent Back-to-School Guide 2017-18

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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.  

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