“I am honored to accept the challenge and make a donation in honor of one of my all-time favorite Saints players, Steve Gleason,” said ...
Students Return to School ::..
Students returned to schools bright and early Thursday morning as the 2014-2015 school year officially got underway. Preparations by administrators, faculty and staff helped opening day go smoothly as the district’s over 38,000 students settled in for class.
“We’re having a very smooth first day”, said Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III. “Students are excited about getting back, parents are happy, and we’ve got a great team of teachers and employees who are eager to start the new school year.”
Superintendent Folse and Assistant Superintendent Cheryl Arabie visited Abney Elementary, Slidell Junior High and Little Oak Middle Thursday morning, welcoming students and employees back from summer vacation.
“It’s such a joy to see the ...
Back to School Information ::..
Pre-K and Kindergarten Start Dates
For the 2014-2015 school year, Pre-K students attend orientation August 14th or August 15th and report for the first day of school August 18th. Please contact your child’s school for specific information.
Information on how to register students attending St. Tammany Parish schools for the first time is available by visiting this webpage.
Supply lists for each elementary through junior high school are available by visiting this webpage.
To view maps showing the attendance district boundaries for each school, visit this webpage. Clicking on the low resolution link brings up an overall map of ...
School System Hosts Red Beans 'N Rice Cook-Off ::..
Red beans and rice was the dish of the day at the Fifth Annual West St. Tammany Red Beans ‘N Rice Cook-Off, held July 28th at the C. J. Schoen Administrative Complex.
Cooking teams from across West St. Tammany competed in the contest for the best tasting red beans and rice. The first place winner was Chef Keith Kornfeld representing the Trace Senior Community. The real winner of the event is the United Way, which uses the money to ...
School System Wins Press Club Awards ::..
The Communications Department and School System Educational Television Station Channel 13 won honors at the 56th annual Press Club of New Orleans Awards Banquet on July 19 in New Orleans. This is the seventh year in a row the St. Tammany Parish Public School System has won recognition from the Press Club for outstanding communications projects.
The School System’s social media efforts won a first place award in the Public Relations Social Media Category with the award going to Director of Communications Meredith Mendez and Communications Manager Angela Daviston. Ms. Daviston also won a first place award in the category of Public Relations Photography for her work on the Covington Learning Community Showcase DVD Jacket.