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  • Offender Watch Initiative

PreK Application

  • Pre-K Application

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

Slime Time at WPLA!

  • WPMS Makes Slime

    Woodland Park Magnet School held their first, big PBIS event for students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. If they met the school wide expectations, they were invited to a "Slime Making Party." The students made their own slime to take home. Pictured is Deshawn Hayes checking his slime.

ILA Mascot

  • ILA Mascot

    Independence Leadership Academy Tiger Mascot visits Open House/Literacy/Math Night on September 26, 2017. Samyah Gill and Tiger Mascot Art Teacher Stephanie Amos.

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. 

     

  • Teacher PD Day

    NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS - Mon., Oct. 16

    Monday, October 16, 2017 has been reserved as a Teacher Professional Development day for our faculty and staff. Students will not report to school on this day.

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  • GPLA STEM Activities

    Greenville Park Leadership Academy was one of the highlights of the kid’s zone at Hot August Night. Throughout the event, participants were afforded an opportunity to engineer and design unsinkable boats, bridges, and solar powered bracelets. In addition, they made tasty treats such as ice cream and colorful slime. Participants were also able to interact and code GPLA’s robot Kilbo. Greenville Park Leadership academy was proud to incorporate STEM into Hot August Night, and demonstrate to the community how engaging and fun the STEM framework is at GPLA. 

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  • Student Driver Education

    STUDENT DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSES

    Ponchatoula High School
    November 6 - 17 from 2:45-5:45
    cost: $400
     
    Registration Deadline: Tuesday, October 31 
     
    Visit the main office of PHS to pick up a student application.
     
    Contact Carla Kirkland at our school board office for all drivers ed concerns. 985-748-2511

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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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2017-18 school calendar

LDOE High School 2018 Teacher of the Year

  • LDOE High School 2018 teacher of the year

Parent Back-to-School Guide 2017-18

  • Parent Back-to-School Guide 2017-2018

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  • TPSS Parent and Student Handbook

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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.  

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