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.
Inside the Classroom: Little Oak Middle ::..
Districtwide Fundraiser for Flood Victims Friday ::..
Join us in lending a helping hand to those affected by the recent flood.
Students, employees and families are invited to help support flood victims in St. Tammany and across the state through a districtwide fundraiser.
New school supplies, gift cards and cash will be collected on Friday, August 19th at all schools and support offices. Students and employees who make a donation will be allowed to wear jeans Friday.
Items 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 ...
Schools and Offices Open Monday ::..
All St. Tammany Parish Public School System schools and offices will be open on Monday, August 15th. School System leaders remain in constant communication with St. Tammany parish officials.
All buses will run normal routes on Monday. If a road is not passable and a bus driver cannot make normal stops or a parent cannot get their child to school, the absence will be excused. If parents have transportation questions they can call the Transportation Hotline at (985) 898-3373 beginning at 5:30 a.m. Monday morning.
“This historic flooding has tested our Northshore community once again. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who are affected by this disaster,” said W. L. “Trey” Folse, III. ”We ...
Welcome Back to School ::..
Over 38,000 students were welcomed back to campus for a future focused 2016-2017 school year!
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View video highlights from the first day at Sixth Ward Elementary.