FAQs and Helpful Tips ::..
We are sharing answers to frequently asked questions and other helpful tips with the STPPS community.
We're created a video playlist for easy access to our tips and FAQ responses.
Each new video will premiere on Instagram. Be sure to follow us for more tips and answers to frequently asked questions!
Introducing the Class of 2031 ::..
Kindergarten is a special moment for both parents and our newest lifelong learners. STPPS continues to celebrate the first of many milestones for our kindergartners as they each received a Class of 2031 T-shirt.
All year long, kindergartners will be encouraged to wear their Class of 2031 T-shirts. As a special surprise, STPPS Superintendent Trey Folse made a pair of school visits to hand deliver Class of 2031 T-shirts.
“We want these shirts to be a friendly welcome to the new families in our school district. These shirts are a sign that we are here to support them and their child from start to finish in their education,” Folse said.
Stay tuned for group photos from all 23 kindergarten groups as well ...
Service Academy Day ::..
Are you a STPPS student thinking about life after college and considering one of the nation's five service academics? The Service Academy Day event is for you.
Hosted by four Louisiana Congressmen in conjunction with STPPS, students and parents can learn about the United States Military Academy, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, and the Merchant Marine Academy.
The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 AM-12 PM at the Mandeville High Auditorium. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. If you are interested in attending the event, please RSVP to one of these four: Shawn_Hanscom@Cassidy.Senate.gov, Dana_Brignac@Kennedy.Senate.gov, Karen.Domino@Mail.House.gov, or Danielle.Evans@Mail.House.gov.
Incubating Creativity ::..
Seventh-grade science students in Mrs. Conly's class attempted to design a reptile egg incubation device. This interactive and exploratory lesson plan challenged students to be creative and innovative.
Mrs. Conly's class exemplifies the "We Will" foundation in everyday learning.
Nine Scholars Named National Merit Semifinalists ::..
Nine STPPS students representing three high schools were named 2019 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.
The semifinalists are Christopher Le from Fontainebleau High; Martha Clark, Madelyn Mendoza, and Matt Richardson from Mandeville High; and Courtney Gasser, Dalton Lovitt, Dustin MacLaughlin, Austin Thombs, and John Yu from Northshore High.
For the third time in the last four years, Northshore High boasts the most National Merit Semifinalists of any traditional public non-magnet high school in the state of Louisiana with five semifinalists.
In the last seven ...