- COVID-19: Guidelines, Absence and Positive Test Reporting
- Bus Information
- Digital Resources
- Homebound Application
- My School Bucks
- School Information
- Social Emotional Learning
- Star Academy
- Student Forms
- Virtual Learning Option
- Student Transfer Applications
Please visit our Covid-19 page to:
- Read our TPSS COVID-19 Guidelines
- Report an Absence due to Sickness or COVID-like symptoms
- Report a Positive COVID test
WebQuery helps you determine the school(s) a student is eligible to attend and the available bus stops. WebQuery also provides a helpful street map. Just enter the student's information and click "Go."
As part of our commitment to Start Strong this school year, we are bringing you new technologies such as the Edulog Parent Portal Lite app. This application will allow you to identify your student’s bus route, receive notifications for drop off and pick up times, and communicate with bus drivers in real time.
Stay up-to-date with the latest information from Superintendent Melissa Stilley in a monthly newsletter. Click the link to subscribe to receive the newsletter via email.
Press the button below to learn how to opt in to receive text messages for updates from the Tangipahoa Parish School System with critical information and announcements.
Connect to your student’s classroom with the OnCourse Systems parent portal. Increase student engagement through this user-friendly platform which allows parents/guardians to find homework, view reports, and receive messages from teachers.
ClassLink is a single sign-on resource that allows students and teachers to access supplemental web and Windows applications that certain classes or schools may be using for extra practice, enrichment, or assignment management. Instead of having to remember individual login information for resources such as ClassDojo, OnCourse Systems, Komodo, Mathletics, or hundreds of other external educational apps, students and teachers only need one password to be able to access their accounts from any device.
- What is FAFSA?
- When should I fill it out?
- Where do I fill it out?
- Can I get help with my FAFSA?
- Other Resources
Financial aid is often awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, and the final deadline for FAFSA can sneak up on you. Checking this task off your list now could make a big difference in the opportunities available to your student after graduation. The official deadlines are posted below.
Recommended to have complete by February 1, 2022.
Absolute deadline is July 1, 2022.
YES! We have a specialized team from Career Compass available to help students complete their FAFSA applications.
Career Compass will be visiting TPSS high school campuses on these days between 8am - 1pm :
Monday - Loranger and Kentwood (2 times a month - contact your school counselor directly for more info)
Tuesday - Ponchatoula and Hammond
Wednesday - Amite and Independence
Thursday - Ponchatoula and Sumner
**All of the Career Compass coaches have gone through training on the 2022-23 FAFSA and feel more prepared than ever to help as many students as possible. They have events scheduled and in process of being scheduled at the other schools as well**
Please complete this application for Hospital/Homebound instruction.
- Breakfast and Lunch Menus
- USDA Child Nutrition Waiver
- Special Diet Form
- School Nutrition Policies
- My School Bucks
MySchoolBucks is the online payment system our district uses for the payment of school-related fees.
Click here to review a list of Bell Times for each Tangipahoa Parish School and stay informed of school start and end times.
Your students' continued health and well-being take priority. Access necessary forms in order to alert your students’ school to any existing health conditions such as asthma, allergies, diabetes, or physical disabilities.
Call or email the school to speak with your child’s teacher, counselor, or principal about issues concerning your child’s education. Questions that cannot be answered by your student’s teacher can be directed to the school principal. Contact Tangipahoa Parish School Systems with questions that cannot be addressed by your child's school.
Ask a general question Resolve a School-Related issue
This valuable coverage helps cover out of pocket medical expenses associated with accidental injuries a student may sustain during the year that health insurance may not cover or cover entirely.
The Acceptable Use Policy and Device Agreement must be signed by students and parents/guardians. The optional insurance must be paid every year at the beginning of school. All of the insurance information is in the device agreement.
- 2021-2022 Acceptable Use Policy
- 2021 - 2022 Device Agreement
- TPSS Photo/Video Opt-Out Form