Coronavirus Update ::..
The St. Tammany Parish Public School System continues to keep the health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff as our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and taking guidance from health officials and the Louisiana Department of Education.
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Pre K and Kindergarten Registration Update ::..
Due to the school closures, we will be working to reschedule Pre K and Kindergarten registration dates. As soon as this information is available, we will release it through our district website and social media channels.
Pre K online applications are still being accepted. Income verification visits and registration at the schools will take place at a later time.
STPPS Awarded for Excellence in Financial Reporting ::..
The St. Tammany Parish Public School System has been awarded with the Certificate of Excellence for achieving excellence in financial reporting for the 31st consecutive year by the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
"These awards are an acknowledgement of our School Board’s commitment to reporting finances transparently and responsibly to the taxpayers of this parish," said School Board President Michael Nation. "We are deeply proud of the hard work and professionalism of the employees who work daily to handle the finances of our district to ensure monies are used in the best interest of our students and community."
STPPS is one of only 23 School Districts in the state to earn the ASBO award this ...
Nine STPPS Students Named National Merit Finalists ::..
Nine St. Tammany Parish Public School System seniors representing five high schools have been named 2020 National Merit Finalists.
The finalists are Amanda Phillips of Fontainebleau High; Abigail Rink of Lakeshore High; Cameron Doyle, Grace Newman, Grace Traina, and Jordan Williams of Mandeville High; Christopher Barron and Layla Galiano of Northshore High; and Dominic Allain of Salmen High.
"Being named a National Merit Finalist is a prestigious accomplishment for these students, their families and the schools they represent," said Superintendent Trey Folse. "Their achievement is a testament to years of hard work and dedication on their part as well as the support and opportunities provided by their school and teachers."
The nine finalists were selected by the National Merit Corporation from more than ...