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  • Optional Resources for Home Learning

    This instructional site provides optional resources for students to explore as a way to stay connected to classroom learning materials during their time away from school. Recently added are suggested weekly schedules that include online activities, as well as, physical activties.

    Haga clic aquí para recursos opcionales y horarios en español

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    Student Transfers Open

    2020-2021 Student Transfer applications are now open. Applications are ONLINE ONLY and are available under the Enrollment Channel. The deadline to complete transfer applications is June 1, 2020.

     

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     Early Childhood applications can now be submitted online.  You will need to upload a picture of your child's original birth certificate and two proofs of income from each working adult in the household (two check stubs within the past two months).  A SNAP letter can be used as proof of income in place of check stubs. 

     

    Click here to watch a brief tutorial for completing an Early Childhood application:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1J9oAVxAsJ7E_8QcP-f5zWJuJ1xBWzW7z 

     

           Please click the following link to apply:                                               https://communitynetwork.tangischools.org/

     

    Statement of No Income: Use this form for an adult in the household without income of any kind.

    Statement of Employment: Use this form if you are paid in cash.  Have your employer complete and sign the form.

    Statement of Irregular Employment:  Use this form if you work irregular/temporary hours.

     

    For questions, contact us at 985 - 748 - 2539.

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  • Meals to you

    Update 3-26-2020 Meals to You Program

    • Meals To You Program

      In the cases where the Student ID is not known, please use 00000.
       
      Out of respect for the Governor’s request for residents to stay at home and in an effort to provide meals to local students, the Tangipahoa Parish School System will partner with a Texas-based non-profit to provide free meals to children under the age of 18 through the duration of the COVID-19 school closure.
       
      Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley said the district will partner with Baylor University’s “Meals to You” to provide a weekly home delivery service of five breakfast meals and five lunch servings to every child under the age of 18 in Tangipahoa Parish.
       
      Parents and caregivers must opt-in to receive this free “Meals to You” service. Here is the Meals to You application. Registration is quick and easy, and can be completed using a smart phone or any other internet-enabled device. In the cases where the Student ID is not known, please use 00000.
       
      The program offers a quick turnaround, but registration must be completed in a window of just a few days. As such, families will have until Monday night, March 30, to complete their registration. Then meals will begin shipping out later that week.
       
      District leaders say this service will fill a critical need in our community during the COVID-19 response.
       
      “In the course of four short days, we learned without the shadow of a doubt that our families depend on their school-based meals. While we believed it would be difficult continue to produce and distribute meals person-to-person utilizing our school food service personnel, Baylor University has offered us a great opportunity to continue our free meal service with the added benefit of delivering these meals direct to the children without any need for additional transportation or logistical scheduling,” Stilley said.
       
      Once a family signs up, the collaborative will mail the meals to families based on the number of children in each household. Families will need to input a 9-1-1 physical address for shipping of the meals, which will begin shortly after sign up. 
       
      Parents who miss this window to apply will not be able to secure meals through the program after the application deadline Monday night.
       
      Stilley said this service will remain in effect through the duration of the state-ordered school closure.
       
      “We have been looking for ways to get meals to our students, and this is a great opportunity not only for our students but for every child in Tangipahoa Parish,” Stilley said. 
       
      For more information on the new “Meals to You” program, go to TangiSchools.org or check out the link on the district’s Facebook page, www.FB.com/TangiSchools.
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  •  Fred and Red

    Fred and Red are Under the Sea 

     

    Watch our Fred & Red Welcome Message for the new school year!

     

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  • Graduation Seniors

    Updates for Graduating Seniors

    Tangipahoa Parish School System participated in a state conference call with the Louisiana Department of Education around the state guidance for graduating seniors. Please read our Coronavirus FAQs page for more information

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  • Today is Sunday, April 5, 2020
  • School Starts 8:15am

    School Ends 3:15pm

    1/2 Dismissal 11:45am

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