- Student Services
- Tangi Alternative Solutions Program
- Community Programs
- Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
- District Well-Being Team
- Resources for Families
Director of Student Services
Supervisor of Student Services
Coordinator of Student Services
Dr. Beth Moulds
Tangipahoa Parish Alternative Solutions Program is leading a proactive approach to address the school-to-prison pipeline. Innovative supports with a focus on social-emotional learning and behavior are provided to allow students and their families much needed advocacy. Together, with a positive village concept, families, students, and stakeholders will build healthy relationships and a strong sense of community.
Behavior implementation plans designed to meet specific student needs.
Guidance, motivation, and support provided with up to 4 sessions weekly by an assigned mentor.
Engagement in meaningful service designed to maximize strengths.
Social-Emotional Learning course includes lessons designed on self awareness; self-management; social awareness; relationship skills; and responsible decision making.
Families engage in CLFC - Creating Lasting Family Connections sessions weekly to access family resources.
Interventions proven to increase student achievement in core content areas are provided.
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What is SEL?
•Definition: Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions.
•TPSS Mission: TPSS staff and students will advance their educational excellence by establishing trusting relationships, authentic school-family-community partnerships and engaging in rigorous and meaningful curriculum and instruction.
•TPSS Vision: TPSS will address various forms of inequity, embrace the SEL components of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making and empower students and staff to create thriving schools.
TPSS Strategic Plan
Priority # 2 Build a positive school culture that supports student wellbeing.
- Student Social Emotional Well-Being Survey
- Student Culture/Climate Survey
- Survey Opt-Out
- Panorama FAQs
A priority for Tangipahoa Parish Schools is to build a positive culture that supports student wellbeing. We are inviting our students to participate in an online survey which will help guide our decision making process as we plan to address the needs of our children. The survey will be taken at school under the guidance of teachers and supporting school staff.
The survey questions are available to view below.
Tangipahoa Parish School System has partnered with Panorama for our faculty and students to complete a survey in efforts to understand their experiences and perceptions. The survey window will be open for 2 full weeks, beginning Monday, February 6 through Friday, February 17, 2023. A link to the survey will be available on our district website upon the opening of our window.
This survey will be used to improve the culture and climate in our schools. Your participation is completely confidential, which means that no one at your school will ever see your individual responses. The results of this survey will help administrators better understand your perceptions of your school. Survey data will be used by your administrators to identify strengths and areas for growth. You may use a computer, tablet, or smartphone to access the survey. You can find a complete list of the survey questions and topics in our Family Toolkit under Social and Emotional Learning & Well Being.
Please notify your child's principal directly if you wish to opt out of the survey. The survey opt out form is on the website. Thank you for your support in this matter.
Student Culture & Climate Survey
Sense of Belonging
Cultural Awareness and Action (6-12 graders only)
- Next Survey Window February 6-17 for Students Grades 3-12, Teachers & Staff
Tangipahoa Parish School System students will have the opportunity to participate in online surveys to allow us insight into each student's opinions about the school he or she attends and the school's approaches to learning. These online questionnaires will help students reflect on their mindsets and learn more about themselves. The data collected will be shared for informational purposes only with each child's teachers and school leaders and will not be used for any other purpose. If you have questions regarding this process or if you would like to learn more about how these activities help us meet our school goals, please contact your child's school principal.
If you prefer that your child not participate in this endeavor, please complete the form below and return it to your child's teacher as soon as possible. If you are unable to use the form, please email your child's teacher or the school principal to opt your child out of the surveys. Thank you!
What is Panorama Education?
Panorama Education is an independent education technology company that partners with schools and districts to support student literacy and social-emotional learning (SEL). Schools and districts use our technology to gather feedback from students, families, and educators. Panorama only uses student data for the purpose of helping schools and districts better serve their students.
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Tangipahoa Parish School System students will have the opportunity to participate in online surveys to allow us insight into each student's opinions about the school he or she attends and the school's approaches to learning. These online questionnaires will help students reflect on their mindsets and learn more about themselves. The data collected will be shared for informational purposes only with each child's teachers and school leaders and will not be used for any other purpose. If you have questions regarding this process, or if you would like to learn more about how these activities help us meet our school goals, please contact your child's school principal.
Links to the survey will be sent through tangischools email to all staff, teachers, and grade 3-12 students. Access to the survey will also be available under our homepage QuickLinks at the start of the survey window.
The survey window will remain open one week.
Letters to Family
Character Strong Overview
Scope & Sequence
Additional Resources for Families
- Family Character Dares: Each Family Dare offers parents, guardians, and families the opportunity to engage in challenges designed to increase connection and conversation at home. These Dares also provide students with more opportunities to practice habits discussed in class.
- Elementary "PurposeFull People" Newsletters for Families
- Kindergarten Newsletter Sample-Respect
- 3rd Grade Newsletter Sample-Gratitude
Reach out to your school to request a monthly newsletter on the Character Trait being covered in your child's classroom.
Amy R. Fairchild
District SEL Coach
Tangipahoa Parish Special Services Center
1745 Southwest Railroad Avenue, Suite 302
Hammond, LA 70403
Office: (985) 310-2145
Fax: (985) 542-9947
Amy R. Fairchild, LCSW, works for the Tangipahoa Parish School System as one of the new District SEL Coaches and is a part time provider for pediatric therapy at Strawberry Patch Clinic in Ponchatoula. She previously worked with special education students at risk of removal due to severe behaviors. Amy's worked with children and families since 2003 and has received formal training in the areas of Attachment, Adoption, Trauma-Informed Practices, Early Childhood Mental Health, and most recently in Restorative Practices for Educators. Amy is a certified Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Educator and a Trust Based Relational-Intervention (TBRI) Practitioner. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from USM and her Master of Social Work from LSU.
A, NCC, LPC-S
District SEL Coach
TPSS Central Office
59656 Puleston RD
Amite, LA 70422
Office: (985) 345-2654
Fax: (985) 748-2455
Crystal S Hooper, LPC-S, works for the Tangipahoa Parish School System as one of the new District SEL Coaches and is the owner and clinical director of Crystal Clear Counseling and Consulting. Crystal previously worked as an elementary school counselor for pk-8th grade students and she was housed at one of the district’s at-risk schools. Crystal’s worked with children and families since 2010 when she started out working within the juvenile court system. Crystal was formally trained as an MST therapist providing on-call intense trauma therapy to an at-risk population. Crystal is well versed in Aces, TBRI and has been child trauma trained. Crystal has formal training in Restorative Practices and has facilitated training throughout campuses within Tangipahoa Parish School district.
Mr. R. Genco, Asst Superintendent
Mr. G. Porter, Director Student Services
Amy Fairchild, SEL Coach
Crystal Hooper, SEL Coach
Dr. L. Fussell, Asst Superintendent
Ms. M. Jackson, Director of Academics
Jill Foster, Professional Development
Cadie Guitreau, SPED Psychologist
Christy Gray, PreK Behavior Interventionist
Strader Cieutat, Family Engagement
Dina Spears, Asst. Director Technology
Denise Latour, PHS/AWARE Grant
Tonya Randolph, LNMS Counselor
- Coping with Loss & Grief
- Talking About Violence
- Support During the School Winter Break
- Child Exploitation Resources
- Keep Calm Line
1 - 866 - 310 - 7977
- Help Line
1 - 877 - 664 - 2248
- Text HOME to 741741
- SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline
Call 1 - 800 - 985 - 5990
Text TALKWITHUS to 66746
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