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Gia Baker Sworn in as District 9 Representative

Gia Baker was sworn in as the District 9 School Board representative Thursday, January 21, following a vote by the board. Baker was one of five people who sought the office after it was vacated by Sharon Drucker.

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STPPS Awarded for Excellence in Financial Reporting

The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) have awarded the St. Tammany Parish Public School System with the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 32nd consecutive year.

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STPPS Announces 2020-2021 Students of the Year

Morgan Clay (Mayfield Elementary), Zoë Dieringer (Madisonville Junior High), and Raedan Stephens (Mandeville High) have been selected as the St. Tammany Parish Public School System's 2020-2021 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 selected as Students of the Year at the school level before being chosen at the district level by a panel of judges.

Morgan, a fifth-grade student at Mayfield Elementary, is the district's Elementary Division Student of the Year. Zoë, an eighth-grader at Madisonville Junior High, is this year's Middle/Junior High Division Student of the Year. A Mandeville High senior, Raedan is the district's High School Division Student of the Year.

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Virtual Special Education Family Information Fair

STPPS will hold the 2021 Special Education Family Information Fair virtually Tuesday, January 26, from 9 AM to 12 PM. Parents of special education students ages birth to 22 are invited to participate.

The purpose of the event is to offer families of children with disabilities connections to Louisiana agencies and community resources. The virtual fair will feature seven live Zoom presentations with an opportunity for parents to ask questions.

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