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Pledging to put the safety of their people first, the Tangipahoa Parish School System on Tuesday announced plans to reopen classrooms for both in-person and online instruction starting August 12.
Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley said district leaders have worked diligently to develop their multi-faceted plan, complete with contingencies based on recovery Phase I, II, or III, to return to campus. Read the entire plan on our Info website.
This instructional site provides optional resources for students to explore as a way to stay connected to classroom learning materials during their time away from school. Recently added are suggested weekly schedules that include online activities, as well as, physical activties.
To better serve our parents and provide a more personal application experience, we are now taking appointments for phone applications. One of our team members will assist you in completing the online application. To schedule an appointment, please call 985-474-4383.
Documents needed to apply: Child's original birth certificate and two proofs of income from each working adult in the household (two check stubs within the past two months). A SNAP letter can be used as proof of income in place of check stubs.
We now have online options for new student registration and change of address. Parents that want to register a new student online will need an email address and the required documentation. For our current families who move within the district, you can now change your address online in OnCourse Connect. Visit the Enrollment section of our website for more information on these new online options.
Students at LES work on keyboarding skills by identifying the home row and use of proper hands/fingers on the keyboard. A component of Technology Standards is the development of technology literate students where all students must have regular opportunities to develop skills that encourage personal productivity, creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration.
Loranger Elementary School
P.O. Box 530, 54101 Martin | Loranger, LA 70446
Phone:P: 985-878-4538 or 985-474-8510 | Fax:F: 985-878-4864