Pre K Application Process Begins February 3 ::..
The application process to sign up for St. Tammany Parish Public School System Pre K for the 2020-2021 school year begins February 3.
To qualify for free Pre K, a child must be 4 years old on or before September 30, 2020, live within the attendance boundary of the school and meet income requirements. Paid tuition spots may be available for those who do not meet the income requirements if all seats are not filled.
The first step to apply is to complete the online application beginning February 3. All applicants, including those who are seeking paid tuition Pre K spots, must complete this application.
All families seeking paid tuition Pre K spots must apply online to be added to ...
2019-2020 Students of the Year ::..
Ana Claire Harrison (Lake Harbor Middle), Reece Hazard (Mandeville Junior High), and Bridget Seghers (Covington High) have been selected as the St. Tammany Parish Public School System's 2019-2020 Students of the Year. The students will represent STPPS at the regional competitions in February.
The students were selected based on their outstanding academic achievement, leadership skills, character, and service to their schools and communities. They were chosen Students of the Year at the school level first before being chosen at the district level by a panel of judges.
Ana Claire, a fifth-grade student at Lake Harbor Middle, is the district's Elementary Division Student of the Year. Reece, an eighth-grader at Mandeville Junior High, is this year's Middle/Junior High Division Student of ...
Hello, 2020: January and All That Jazz ::..
Students returned to school in January and the second half of the school year. Take a look at what's happening in the new year all across STPPS.
Check out our January 2020 Facebook Photo Gallery.
Special Education Family Information Event ::..
Parents of special education students are invited to the STPPS Special Education Family Information Fair held Thursday, January 30, from 4-6 p.m. at the Technology Center in Mandeville (2024 Livingston St. Mandeville).
The information fair is an opportunity for parents to speak with staff from the STPPS Special Education Department and outside agencies as well as ask questions about available support services and the next steps for their child after high school.
Food and drinks will be provided, and parents will have a chance to win door prizes.
For more information on the Special Education Family Information Fair, please call 985-898-3357.
Life After High School College & Career Fair ::..
It's never too early to start thinking about life after high school.
STPPS will co-host a 'What To Do After Graduating From High School' College and Career Fair for parents and students on Thursday, January 23, at Salmen High. The event which is scheduled from 5:30-7:30 p.m. will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a Financial Aid Workshop.
Parents and students will have an opportunity to receive information from colleges and universities, military representatives, and community and technical colleges. College admissions and career technical education workshops will also be provided.
The free event is open to all STPPS students. It will also include free pizza and gift card drawings.