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  • Today is Wednesday, March 21, 2018
  • LA Legislature Auditor Hot Line


  • LEAP & Literacy Night

    LEAP Night


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  • Good Luck OWD Special Olympic Athletes!


    All of the faculty, staff, and students of O.W. Dillon gathered outside to send our Special Olympic athletes off to the 2018 Special Olympics. 

    Click here to see a list of young athlete participants and awards won by our older students!


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  • You Be the Chemist

    You Be the Chemist

    A group of students in Ms. Sandifer's science class attended You Be the Chemist at Southeastern Louisiana University on Friday, March 9th and participated in a variety of hands-on activities and experiments. Congratulations to 5th grader Caden Moore who was a semi-finalist in the competiton (along with KHMS student Tyler Colbert).



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  • Certificate of Appreciation

    Certificate of Appreciation

    O.W. Dillon Leadership Academy was awarded a
    Certificate of Appreciation in honor of 6th grade student, Isaiah Martin.  Isaiah was a nominee for the 2018 African American Honorary Service Award  for his service to school, community and Tangipahoa Parish. Principal Hugh V. Wallace, III is shown accepting the award.


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  • Reading Celebration

    King and Queen of Books

    On Friday, March 2nd a new King and Queen of books were crowned. Sixth grade students Chase Manuel and Kedamanya Gardner read and turned in the most book summaries in the month of February. Congratulations! Click the image above to see more pictures from the event!


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  • 2018 Black History Program

    Black History Program  

    Thanks to everyone who came out for our 2018 Black History Program!

    Click here to see video of the program.


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  • Crisis Management Training

    Crisis Management

    Faculty and staff of O.W. Dillon Leadership Academy participated in a joint training with faculty and staff of Kentwood High Magnet School, presented by Kentwood Chief of Police Michael Kazerooni. The focus of the training was on keeping our schools safe for our students.


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  • Pre-K 2018-19

    Pre-K Application

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     Pre-K Application Process


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