2015-16 Fall Registration Dates and Requirements ::..
Fall registration for the 2015-2016 School Year will begin July 29 and go through July 31 for students entering Pre-K through 12th grade for the first time in the St. Tammany Parish Public School System. Registration will take place in person at the school the child will attend.
Get more information about registration on the registration webpage.
Each school will have a specific registration date. Hours of registration will be 9:00 a.m. until noon.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Abita Springs Elementary
Abney Early Childhood Center
Bayou Lacombe Middle
Bonne Ecole Elementary
Boyet Jr. High
Cypress Cove Elementary
Florida Avenue Elementary
Fontainebleau Jr. High
Lake Harbor Middle
21st Century Summer Camps Combine Learning and Fun ::..
It is a summer of fun learning at the 21st Century Community Learning Center summer camps.
The camps focus on keeping students academically challenged and engaged through activities such as reading, math and science classes, sports, cultural enrichment, arts and crafts, field trips and cooking.
Students attending the camp at Pine View Middle, now in its 14th year, can’t get enough of the summer fun. Many of the current student mentors were even former campers themselves.
Student mentor and Covington High 10th grader Ruby Jourdan is one of those former campers. She has been going to the camps since she was in kindergarten and said she really enjoys being around all the kids and helping with ...
Campers Build Robots at FHS Robotics Camp ::..
It is a space race this week at the Robotics Summer Camp hosted by the Fontainebleau High RoboDawgs Robotics Team.
During the week long camp, children ages 6-13 are learning to build and program robots to complete a “Space Race to Mars”.
The challenge is based on the FIRST LEGO League competition format where students will design, build and program an NXT robot.
FHS teacher and Robotics Team Sponsor Tracy Hoffman said, “It’s really nice to see how excited they get, and we try to get them to think outside the box a little bit to design these robots to accomplish as many objectives as possible, from rescuing an astronaut on Mars to delivering supplies to the international ...
CHS Student Awarded 2015 NAACP Scholarship ::..
Covington High School graduate Isaiah Carter was presented with the 2015 NAACP Scholarship Award by the Greater Covington Branch of the NAACP.
During the banquet and award recognition program, NAACP officials recognized Isaiah for his academic and athletic accomplishments, leadership and character.
In addition to ranking in the top of his class, he received the Allstate Sugar Bowl Scholar-Athlete Award, Wendy’s Heisman Award and was named to the Covington High School Student Hall of Fame.
He will pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in human performance, recreation and sport management at the University of Southern Mississippi while also participating as a member of the football team.
STPPS Students & Teachers Honored by East St. Tammany Chamber ::..
Outstanding St. Tammany students and educators who have excelled this school year were honored by the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce at their monthly luncheon.
The Chamber awarded five students with $1000 scholarships. The winners included Pearl River High’s Callee Fogg, Northshore High’s Rebecca Kernahan and Victoria Stevens and Slidell High’s Michael Martinez, Jr. and Hannah Tyler Tonry.
Northshore High School teacher Catherine Tanguis was also presented with the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award for the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Tanguis was selected from 22 other outstanding educators who were nominated for the award.
Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, who is also on the Chamber Board of Directors, was the speaker ...