We have been informed by the State Department of Education and the United States Department of Agriculture that due to the recent flood, all Tangipahoa Parish School System students will receive meals at school for no charge for the period of August 24 - September 30, 2016. If any student paid for meals today, August 24, his or her lunch account will be credited. Parents should complete their online meal application so that when this special program ends on September 30, those eligible for the continuation of free or reduced meal benefits will not have their benefits interrupted. If there are any questions, please contact Kendra Reed, Director of Child Nutrition, at Kendra.Reed@tangischools.orgClick here for Free & Reduced Meal Application.
Click to find out what school your child is zoned to attend in Tangipahoa Parish School System. Once you see the Zoned School, click the name of the school and you will see the Bus that your child will ride with Bus Driver contact information.Click the image above to see a video explaining how to read the third through eighth grade LEAP Student Reports.Parents who choose to enter or re-enter their children in Tangipahoa Parish Schools after having been enrolled in Homeschool programs or Non-Public Schools should read this document and contact the Child Welfare and Attendance office at 985-748-2465. You will receive information/procedures concerning grade placement and information regarding high school Carnegie credits.
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