Tangipahoa Parish School System will provide every student a high-quality education and a pathway to success. 


    Tangipahoa Parish School System, in partnership with families and community, will build a safe and innovative environment where each student will be career ready. 
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  • State Testing Results

    With this week’s release of statewide test results where “Mastery” is the new proficiency, School Superintendent Melissa Stilley said Tangipahoa Parish Public Schools are approximately seven points away from a “B” rating, and 23 of the district’s 33 campuses earned a “B” or better in providing academic interventions to help their struggling students grow their test scores over the previous year.  Click here to read more exciting results on the Superintendent's page. 

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  • School Bus Driver Training

    School Bus Driver Training

    The Tangipahoa Parish School Board will hold a 30-hour pre-service training course to become certified as a Louisiana School Bus Operator.

    Where: Tangipahoa Parish School System, Hammond Registration Center, 711 West Coleman Ave, Hammond, LA 70403



    Training Opportunity: Nov. 11, 12, 13, 14

    Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm

    You must attend all days.


    What to Bring: paper and pen to take notes

     All sessions must be attended to complete the course.  

    In addition to this class, drivers must obtain a class A or B commercial driver’s license with the "S" and "P" endorsements and be air brake certified. Registration is not required. 

    *Please Note that dates, times, and location are subject to change.

     For additional information, call (985)748-2423 



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  • STEM Cafe flyer

    STEM Cafe

    Saturday, November 16, 2019

    Doors open at 9:30am

    Activities: 10am - 12pm


    O.W. Dillon Leadership Academy

    1459 Service Road, Kentwood, LA 70444


    Activities for all ages, including parents

    Register at www.northshorestem.org/cafes

    This is a FREE event. All youth must be accompanied by an adult.



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    Amite High Holiday Craft Show
    featuring "Festival of Trees Event"

    Thurs. and Fri., Nov. 21 - 22, 2019

    Amite High School

    Contact (985) 748 - 9301

    This event helps to fund the Community Based Instruction program for the students at Amite High Magnet School.


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    Tangipahoa Parish School Board would like to invite you to the LSU vs Missouri State game on Friday, 11/29/2019 @ 7:00pom.

    Discounted tickets will be made available for all Tangipahoa School Board employees, students and families for ONLY $5.00.

    To access this limited offer, please visit https://lsul.su/TPSB19 or call Trevor Johnson at (225) 578 - 4027.



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    Warming Up with Books at the Silly Sweater Soiree

    December 12th
    5:30PM - 7:00PM

    TPSS Central Office
    59656 Puleston Road
    Amite LA 70422

    All Ages Welcome

    -Wear a Silly Sweater or Favorite Holiday Outfit
    -Take a Picture with Santa
    -Pick out a Free Book


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  • Registration Center Changes

    Beginning Monday, October 21, 2019, the Amite Registration Office will be relocated to the Parent Center at Roseland Montessori School, 12516 Times Avenue, Roseland, The office will be open each Wednesday from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

     Parents/Guardians who need to register their children on another day of the week may go to the Hammond Registration Office located at 711 W. Coleman Avenue in Hammond which is open 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. daily.


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  • School Board files for Unitary Status

    Tangipahoa Parish School Board made history, adopting the recommendation of attorneys in the longstanding Joyce Marie Moore federal desegregation case and authorizing a jointly-filed consent agreement in the 54-year-old case. 
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    Natalbany Middle School Gets Boost In Filling Bookshelves

    Members of the Nu Delta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc donated over 600 books to Natalbany Middle School and presented them to Mrs. Darlene Hammer and students. Afterwards, members of the sorority and the Nu Omega Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity mentored the NMS Step Team. We truly value our community supporters. 


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