Introducing the Class of 2029 ::..
Kindergarteners across STPPS received a little inspiration to focus on the future in the form of a Class of 2029 t-shirt.
“We hope that these t-shirts will be a friendly welcome to the new families in our school district and let them know that we are here to support them and their child from start to finish in their education,” said Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III.
Students took group pictures in the special shirts as a way to celebrate the 2029 graduation goal.
Friday Night Lights: Week 1 ::..
The excitement of Friday night lights returns to stadiums across STPPS as the 2016 season kicks off Friday.
Quarterly score updates from every game will be posted on Twitter
@stppschools. If you don’t have Twitter, you can see the scores by clicking on the Twitter button on the School System mobile app.
Use #STPPSfootball to share pictures of your favorite team with us on Twitter and Instagram.
Throughout the season all St. Tammany Parish Public School football players will be showing their pride for St. Tammany by wearing School System stickers on their helmets.
Take a look at how student athletes have been preparing for the season. ...
Nine STPPS Teachers Awarded Classroom Grants ::..
Nine St. Tammany Parish Public School teachers from schools across the parish will propel their classrooms into the future with Deborah Rochelle classroom grants from the Kelly Gene Cook Foundation, totaling close to $30,000.
Grant recipient Stacey Hoover from Lee Road Jr. High plans to use her grant to purchase a 3-D printer for her students to participate in hands on learning through technology. Hoover said, “We incorporate a lot of technology into the classroom and we are always looking for whatever can take us to the next level so my kids are excited about it.”
Since 2001, the Kelly Gene Cook Foundation has partnered with the School System to offer financial ...
STPPS Supports Flood Victims ::..
Students, employees and families pitched in to support flood victims through a districtwide fundraiser.
New school supplies, gift cards and cash collected will be distributed to impacted students and employees in St. Tammany Parish and other Louisiana school districts in need.
“Our goal is to help students and families who are going through a very difficult time right now. As soon as schools reopen, students need supplies and other items to be successful. We hope, with the help of our entire community, to be able to provide these items at this critical time,” said Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III.
View a video from the fundraiser.
Inside the Classroom: Little Oak Middle ::..