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When the Bands Go Marching In ::..

Carnival season is here! All eight STPPS high schools will march and participate in several parades on the Northshore and the Southshore during Mardi Gras 2019. Don’t miss an opportunity to support our students, bands, dance teams and other groups performing.

Below is a list of the schools performing this Carnival Season.

Covington High
Krewe of Eve, Mandeville – Friday, February 22 (7 p.m.)
Krewe of Olympia, Covington – Saturday, February 23 (6 p.m.)

Fontainebleau High
Krewe of Eve, Mandeville – Friday, February 22 (7 p.m.)
Krewe of Caesar, Metairie – Saturday, February 23 (5:30 p.m.)
Krewe of Centurions, Metairie - Friday, March 1 (6:30 p.m.)
Krewe of Tucks, New Orleans – Saturday, March 2 (12 p.m.)

Lakeshore High
Krewe of Eve, Mandeville – Friday, February 22 (7 p.m.)
Krewe of ...

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This is STPPS ::..

As a leader in education, we educate every child, every day for a successful tomorrow. What better way to showcase our School System than to have our students lead you on tours of their schools!

Each month, we will showcase different school tours to highlight what makes STPPS a special place.

Our latest tour visits Creekside Junior High. From classroom chickens to virtual reality activities, students at Creekside benefit from Gator Nation Innovation.

If you missed our previous videos, check out our 'This is STPPS' playlist on Facebook.

STPPS Celebrates Black History Month ::..

During the month of February, STPPS will recognize the contributions of African-Americans during its Black History Month celebration. We'll share stories from students, teachers, alumni, and community members about African-American leaders and trailblazers who've made a profound impact on their lives.

Our Black History Month social media campaigns in 2017 and 2018 spotlighted influential African-Americans who changed public education in St. Tammany Parish for the better. Both campaigns won national awards from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). Read our Black History Month profiles from 2017 and 2018.

Student Voices: Jackie Robinson & Harriet Tubman
Student Voices: Why Black History Month is Important
BHM Voices: April Sams
BHM Voices: Bill Ordone

Excellence in Financial Reporting ::..

The St. Tammany Parish Public School System has been awarded for achieving excellence in financial reporting by the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the 30th consecutive year.

“Our school system receiving these awards for thirty years in a row is a testament to our history of strong business practices and fiscal responsibility,” said Superintendent Trey Folse. “We remain committed to being good stewards of taxpayer funds entrusted to us to maintain a safe and productive learning environment for our students.”

St. Tammany is one of only 23 School Districts in the state who earned the ASBO award this year and one of only 10 School Systems in the state to receive the ...

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Residency Program Continues to Thrive ::..

As part of its commitment to help train future teachers, STPPS grew its Teacher Residency Program for the 2018-2019 school year. The program which debuted for the 2017-2018 year includes partnerships with Southeastern Louisiana University, Loyola University in New Orleans, and the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

The program's second year includes 20 mentor teachers and 16 teacher candidates at eight STPPS school sites: Bonne Ecole Elementary, Boyet Junior High, Creekside Junior High, Cypress Cove Elementary, Honey Island Elementary, Little Oak Middle, Riverside Elementary, and Whispering Forest Elementary.

The Residency Program is designed to provide teacher candidates with a full-year classroom residency alongside an experienced mentor teacher, coupled with a competency-based curriculum that will provide them with the knowledge and skills needed for their first ...

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News ::..

When the Bands Go Marching In
This is STPPS
STPPS Celebrates Black History Month
Excellence in Financial Reporting
Residency Program Continues to Thrive
How To Properly Wash Your Hands
Good Boy, Jabbs
Statement by STPSB President Beth Heintz
2018-2019 Students of the Year
Tops in State
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