Kentwood High Magnet School will be closed Friday, April 19 - April 26 for the Easter Holidays.
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You Be the Chemist
A group of 7th and 8th grade students at Kentwood High Magnet School attended You Be the Chemist at Southeastern Louisiana University. Congratulations to Tahlia Carter and Hulus Lizana, Jr. for quaifying for and participating in the You Be the Chemist Quiz Bowl competition! Click here to see more pictures from the event.
Congrats to the Kentwood Kangaroos football team for their 40-21 win in the LHSAA Class 1A Championship game!
Civilian Response Course
Faculty and staff of Kentwood High along with other north end staff gathered for a half-day professional development on civilian response in crisis situations. The training was presented by TPSS Detectives Jacob Schwebel and Danny Sharkey.
All TPSS employees attended a back to school pep rally at the University Center on the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University. The keynote speaker was Louisiana First Lady Donna Edwards, and other speakers included Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller, Southeastern President Dr. John Crain, Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards, and TPSS Superintendent Melissa Stilley.
The Kentwood High Marching Band, under the direction of Trey Varnado, performed at the event.
With approximately 46 states adopting the Common Core State Standards, the Louisiana Department of Education and the Tangipahoa Parish School System has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform education in our state and district and improve our student’s opportunities to compete globally. Currently, for too many students drop out or graduate from high school without the knowledge and skills required for success, closing doors and limiting their post-high school options. The Tangipahoa Parish School System is committed to increasing the number of students who earn high school diplomas and enroll in college or have a career after graduation. Implementing the Common Core State Standards is a critical step toward ensuring that all students in the Tangipahoa Parish School System receive the education they need to become College or Career Ready.