•  MISSION STATEMENT

    Tangipahoa Parish School System will provide every student a high-quality education and a pathway to success. 

    VISION STATEMENT

    Tangipahoa Parish School System, in partnership with families and community, will build a safe and innovative environment where each student will be career ready. 
    CORE VALUES
    Be Respectful, Be Compassionate, Be Great
     
  • 2018 Report Cards

    TANGIPAHOA PARISH PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAVE 4 "TOP GAINS SCHOOLS” AND 1 EQUITY HONOREE ON ANNUAL STATE REPORT CARD
    Go to the Superintendent's Office page for more information.
  • Reminder of School Changes

    Students in grades PK-3 will attend Woodland Park Magnet.
    Students in grades 4-8 will attend Greenville Park Leadership Academy.
    Use the Bus Look-Up Tool to find out which bus your children will ride. If you have questions about transportation email bus@tangischools.org.

     

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  • Coffee Talks and Town Hall Meetings

    Keeping with her commitment to hear from and actively "listen to the community", Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa M. Stilley will again this year hold a series of “Coffee Talk” and Town Hall events for employees and the general public to come out and visit with her before the start of the new school year.  Visit the Superintendent's Website for the full schedule.

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  • Tangi Teachers attend Core Elements PD
    Three tangi teachers had the opportunity to attend Core Elements PD at UNO to learn exciting ways to incorporate meaningful science lessons into the curriculum.  Pictured: Tien (LIGO scientist), Cathy Bottolfs (Natalbany Middle), Tiffany Luper (LES), and Tonya Hardy (AES). 
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  • Special Transportation Requests
    In an effort to make the transition from summertime back to school a seamless one, Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley announced today that the district is now accepting applications for special transportation requests.
     
    Stilley said parents and caregivers work hard during the summer to make plans for what their students will be doing after school. 
     
    “Our goal is to work hand-in-hand with families to make the transition from summer schedule to back to school an easy and hassle-free one,” Stilley said. “We asked our departments to brainstorm how we can create a smoother start to the school year, and our transportation team suggested we open applications for special transportation requests now so that they will be approved and in place for the first week of school.”
     
    So what is a special transportation request? These applications refer to requests for a bus driver to pick up a child at a pre-approved location for regular morning or afternoon transportation service. Frequently, these locations involve daycares, tutoring sites, or after-school programs. These requests are not one-time-only or once-a-week transportation arrangements. These requests involve pick up or drop off locations that are used throughout the week every morning or every afternoon.
     
    Stilley said the process is simple:
     
    Families who require special transportation to or from school are asked to fill out the request form which is online at https://www.tangischools.org/Page/2345. Forms may be completed online and emailed to bus@tangischools.org or hand-delivered to the school or the TPSS Central Office Transportation Department (59656 Puleston Road, Amite, LA 70422). Stilley reminds parents to be sure to ask for a copy of your completed form for your files if you hand deliver it.
     
    Special transportation requests must be submitted to the Tangipahoa Parish School System Transportation Department or to your child’s principal by July 19 in order for those requests to be approved in time for the Aug. 12 start of school. Requests that come in after that date will not be processed until the new school year has begun.
     
    For more information, contact the TPSS Transportation Department at (985) 748-2423 or (985) 748-2460, or email bus@tangischools.org.
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  • Accepting Enrollments

    TPSS is now accepting new student enrollments for the 2019-2020 school year. Parents/Guardians must meet with a TPSS Registrar to complete registration at one of the TPSS Registration Centers in Amite at 59656 Puleston Road or Hammond at 711 West Coleman Avenue. Hours are Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Click Here for more information on registration procedures. Please call 985-474-8690 if you have any questions. 
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