April 2019

  • Winner poses with Chromebook

    Tangi Partners with Farm Bureau Insurance for a Win!

    We would like to congratulate Sandra Holley of Midway Elementary School. She is the winner of the Chromebook donated by Farm Bureau Insurance Agency of Tangipahoa. Mrs. Holley along with other teachers from our parish completed the Ag in the Classroom Bitty PLC Online class in April. Upon completion of all the assignments, the Farm Bureau Board of Directors read the teacher’s final assignment and selected the winner. What a fantastic partnership between Farm Bureau Agency of Tangipahoa and the TPSS Schools. Thanks Farm Bureau!

    Pictured are Sandra Holley from Midway Elementary School and Colette Taillon, Ag in the Classroom Representative/ Instructional Technology Facilitator.


     

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    Have Faith in Yourself! You will Succeed.

    Eigth grade students at Hammond Westside Montessori participate in a student-led prayer before beginning their Leap Test.
     

    WPLA and SLU Testing

    SLU Lions Tell Wildcats To Do Their Best

    Members of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Football and Basketball Teams showed up at Woodland Park Magnet School to motivate the students to do their best on the first day of LEAP testing.


    LHS Alumni

    Loranger High School Students Come Back to Share their Success Stories

    As part of the TPSS Alumni Comeback Initiative Loranger High graduates shared information about their careers during the 3rd annual LHS Career Fair. Alumni include: front (LtoR) Betty Rainey, Caitlyn Saltaformaggio, Kaelin Kohles; back (LtoR) Dylan Wilkinson, Dana Monistere, Brandon Voight, Kenneth Duval, Donald Usry, Ashley Nelson, Scott Needham, Austin Lanier. Not pictured: Stacy Davis, TJ Davis, Ryan Pylant, Christie Ford.


    ILA Alumni

    Independence Tiger Pride

     Luke Suarez, City Council Member and employee of Ragan & Massey, Inc., enjoyed reminiscing about his days at Independence schools and especially his involvement with sports. The students enjoyed seeing his high school sports memorabilia and learning about his involvement in the City Council of Independence. 

    ILA Alumni

    Mrs. Valerie Agnello shared stories, pictures, and her report card from her years at Independence Elementary.  More alumni are scheduled to visit in hopes that the students see the importance of their education, have pride in themselves, and in their Independence schools.  

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     Contact your Alumni to become involved!
    Tangi is proud to welcome you back to the classroom.


    Thank you to all who have given your time to share your stories with our students.