Apply for Pre K ::..
The application process to sign up for STPPS Pre K for the 2017-2018 school year is underway.
The first step to register is to complete the application
for early childhood care and education.
After applying online, income must be verified and eligibility determined. Bring the required income documents to one of the income verification events March 8-10. View a flyer for dates, times and locations.
To qualify for a regular education Pre K class, a child must be four years old by September 30, 2017, meet income requirements and live in the attendance area served by the school.
For more information about registering for STPPS Pre K, visit ...
STPPS Celebrates Black History Month ::..
Phyllis Joyce Porter Eden (February 21)
In celebration of Black History Month, we will profile African-Americans who have been a profound impact on public education in St. Tammany Parish.
Phyllis Joyce Porter Eden, a native of Slidell, was an educator in St. Tammany Parish for more than 41 years. A 1940 graduate of the St. Tammany Parish Training School, she went on to graduate from Dillard University and later Xavier University.
From the 1940s to the late 1960s, she taught and served as the assistant principal at the St. Tammany Training School. She became the first certified counselor in the St. Tammany Parish Public School System. For the last two decades of her career, she became the first Supervisor/Reading Specialist for STPPS, developing ...
Fontainebleau, Lakeshore Girls Vie for State Titles Thursday ::..
The Fontainebleau High Bulldogs and the Lakeshore High Lady Titans will play for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association state championship Thursday at Tad Gormley Stadium.
Lakeshore (18-2-4), the No. 2 seed in Division II, will face top-seeded St. Thomas More (22-4-2) at 3 p.m. Thursday. Fontainebleau (16-4-3), the No. 4 seed in Division I, will face No. 3 seed Mt. Carmel (22-4-2) at 5:30 p.m.
Lakeshore enters the championship riding an 11-match winning streak, dating back to January 7. Thursday will be LHS’s second straight championship appearances; the Lady Titans lost a heartbreaker in 2016. LHS has not allowed a goal in three playoff matches, outscoring opponents 13-0 – Sam Houston (4-0), Parkway (4-0) and Alexandria (5-0).
FHS defeated Lafayette (3-0), Acadiana ...
When the STPPS Students Come Marchin’ In ::..
All eight STPPS high schools will march and participate in several parades on both the north and south shore during the 2017 Mardi Gras season. 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.
Saturday, February 11
Krewe of Poseidon – 1 p.m., Slidell
Pearl River High, Salmen High, Slidell High
Sunday, February 12
Krewe of Slidellians – 1 p.m., Slidell
Pearl River Lions Club – 1 p.m., Pearl River
Pearl River High
Friday, February 17
Krewe of Eve – 7 p.m., Mandeville
Covington High, Fontainebleau High, Lakeshore High, Mandeville High
Saturday, February 18
Krewe of Olympia – 6 p.m., Covington
Covington High, Lakeshore High, Mandeville High
Krewe of Caesar – 6 p.m., Metairie
Fontainebleau High, Northshore ...
15 STPPS Students Named National Merit Finalists ::..
The St. Tammany Parish Public School System is proud to have 15 students from six schools named National Merit Finalists for the 2016-2017 school year. These students are among the highest performing high school students in the nation.
The finalists are Fontainebleau High senior Andre J. Migliore; Lakeshore High senior Sarah A. English; Mandeville High seniors Chase M. Colbert, Ryan S. Ehrlicher, Amin Izadpanah and Lydia C. Rewerts; Northshore High Seniors Laura C. Carrasquilla, Abigail R. Clarke, Jade A. Grimes, Mark S. Hidalgo, Julian T. Reidenauer and Laurie A. Roark; Salmen High Mark G. Legendre and Brian T. Remond; and Slidell High Logan M. Ward.
“The St. Tammany Parish Public School System is proud of these outstanding students who represent ...