#STPPSFootball Week 3 ::..
Five home games highlight the Friday night slate for Week 3 of the 2019 high school football season. Week 3 features two intra-parish showdowns as Lakeshore (2-0) hosts Northshore (0-2) and Mandeville (1-1) faces Archbishop Hannan (0-2).
Lakeshore has won 24 straight regular-season games dating back to the 2016 season.
Fontainebleau (0-2) looks for its first win of the season as the Bulldogs welcome the Walker Wildcats (1-1) to the Dawg Pound. On the east side of the parish, Pearl River (2-0) faces Pine (1-1) and Slidell (1-1) hosts Harrison Central from Mississippi.
Covington and Salmen are the only STPPS schools playing outside St. Tammany Parish this week. The Lions of Covington (1-1) travel to Geismar to play Dutchtown (2-0) while the ...
The Faces of Our Future ::..
We asked students all across STPPS to finish this sentence: "I am a future ____________." Their responses will make you laugh, cry, but most of all, they will make you #STPPSProud.
Be sure to visit our "Faces of Our Future" photo gallery weekly on Facebook!
10 STPPS Scholars Named National Merit Semifinalists ::..
Ten STPPS students representing five high schools were named 2020 National Merit Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
These students, who are ranked among the highest performing high school students in the state and the top one percent in the nation, will compete for prestigious National Merit Scholarships later this school year.
This year’s semifinalists 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, Layla Galiano, and Blaine Thompson of Northshore High; and Dominic Allain of Salmen High.
In the last 10 years, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation has recognized 124 STPPS students as National Merit Semifinalists.
To be considered for a Merit Scholarship® award, Semifinalists ...
A September to Remember ::..
See how our schools are leading the way for student success with our monthly Facebook photo galleries. Take a look at what's happening in our schools across STPPS in September - a month to remember!
Monthly galleries will be updated with school-submitted photos every Friday.
Follow our students and employees as they lead the way on our official STPPS social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram).
STPPS Educators Receive More Than $34,000 in Classroom Grants ::..
Eight STPPS teachers were awarded 2019-2020 Deborah Rochelle Teacher Grants totaling $34,467 from the Kelly Gene Cook Charitable Foundation.
Recipients of this year's grants include: Tanna McNeese (Bonne Ecole Elementary), Kimberly Pechon (Chahta-Ima Elementary), Lacey Dumas (Magnolia Trace Elementary), Melanie Quintana (Pontchartrain Elementary), Katelyn Populus (Sixth Ward Elementary), Christine Clement (Mandeville Middle), Leslie Callaway (Covington High), and Jeanne Dutel (Fontainebleau High).
STPPS teachers have benefited greatly from this grant program for the past 18 years, using them to fund classroom-based programs to enhance learning opportunities and expand technology resources.
The Kelly Gene Cook Charitable Foundation was created in 1986 and funds a variety of scholarship and grants programs. Deborah Rochelle established the Deborah Rochelle Teacher Grant program in 1991 to focus on ...