Tangipahoa Parish School System will provide every student a high-quality education and a pathway to success.
VISION STATEMENTTangipahoa 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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TPSS is approximately seven points away from a "B" rating. 23 of the 33 campuses earned a "B" or better in providing academic interventions to help their struggling students grow their test scores over the previous year.
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Online applications for student transfers and our virtual learning option are now open.
All information and application links for student transfers can be found on the Enrollment section of our website.
All students that would like to be considered for a virtual student must apply using the online application. This includes current virtual students. Information about virtual learning and the application can be found on our Virtual Learning Option website.
All online applications must be submitted by June 1, 2021.
On April 24th we have the opportunity to vote for the ½ Penny sales tax, which will provide competitive wages to all full-time Tangipahoa Parish School System employees, so we can recruit, train, and retain the best staff possible for our kids. If the tax is funded, the state will give TPSS an extra $5 million a year. Kids can't vote but you can! Learn more at tangihalfpenny.com
Tangipahoa Parish Schools will celebrate Spring Break April 2 - 9, 2021.
TPSS Virtual Day for All Students
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
All TPSS students, grades PreK - 12, will participate in virtual lessons on Wednesday, April 14.
The intent of our scheduled virtual days is to help students practice the skills they need to participate in online instruction. Teachers will also have the opportunity to offer small group intervention, hold parent conferences, provide academic feedback on assignments, and continue with their own professional and content development.
School Superintendent Melissa Stilley says one lesson the Tangipahoa Parish School System has learned in 2020 is that virtual learning is here to stay, and as a result, all local public school students will participate in scheduled “virtual learning” days moving into the spring semester.
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.
It is the policy of Tangipahoa Parish School Board to allow photographs and video footage of
students to be used in district produced materials including but not limited to web sites, brochures,
social media, posters, other printed materials, and news media. Parents wanting to Opt-Out of this policy need to complete this form and return it to their school office.