#STPPSFootball Week 8 Scoreboard ::..
Salmen and Covington extended their winning streaks, while Mandeville and Fontainebleau snapped losing streaks Friday night during Week 8 of #STPPSFootball action.
No. 10 Salmen (7-1) ran its winning streak to six games with a 35-0 Homecoming victory Friday night over Pearl River. No. 3 Covington (8-0) scored a go-ahead TD in the 4th quarter to hold off Northshore 28-23.
Mandeville (3-4) and Fontainebleau (3-5) each posted their third win to stay in playoff contention. No. 19 Slidell (5-3) suffered a heartbreaking 24-20 loss at St. Paul's.
Third-ranked Lakeshore extended its school-best start to 8-0 with a 59-22 district win Thursday night at Franklinton.
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STPPS Students "Read for the Record" ::..
So the kitten thought he was a duck? Elementary students across STPPS quickly learned that the lovable kitten was indeed a cat and not a duck in the delightful story called “Quackers” by Liz Wong. The book was part of Thursday’s "Read for the Record" campaign by Jumpstart Kids to promote the importance of reading and literacy.
Thousands of students and adults at 29 STPPS schools read the book to help the millions of people across the country reading the same book to help set a world record and inspire children to read.
Superintendent Trey Folse read to first graders at Folsom Elementary and they were quick to point out that Quackers was indeed a kitten and not a duck.
After reading ...
STPPS Recognizes Teachers of the Year ::..
STPPS Teachers of the Year from all 55 schools were honored Wednesday at the annual Teacher of the Year Luncheon at the Treen Technology Center.
Led by their teacher Mel Rogers, Covington High Talented Music students Dejeune Richardson, Laura Doyle, Sara Stoltz, and Gabe Miles provided the musical entertainment prior to the luncheon beginning.
Previous STPPS State Teachers of the Year were in attendance as well as several School Board members and School System administrators.
After lunch service began, each school's Teacher of the Year was recognized and took a photo with Superintendent Trey Folse and their School Board representative.
Each Teacher of the Year was presented with a bag filled with goodies, including their own set of limited edition trading cards ...
District Teachers and Principals of the Year Recognized ::..
It was a time for celebration and recognition for their hard work and dedication as the 2017 STPPS Teachers and Principals of the Year were honored during the October School Board Meeting.
Cheers and thunderous applause from fellow teachers, administrators and family welcomed each honoree as Superintendent Trey Folse spoke of their many accomplishments and their dedication to their students.
“We are proud to have these deserving teachers and school leaders represent our School System and community,” said Superintendent Trey Folse. “They are dedicated educators who go above and beyond to make a difference in their schools and to help their students to be successful.”
The honorees were announced in May. Learn more about each of the Teachers and Principals of ...
STPPS Raises Nearly $23,000 for Miracle League Northshore ::..
STPPS students, employees and families raised nearly $23,000 for the Miracle League Northshore during their first district-wide fundraiser of the 2017-2018 school year.
In September, students and employees were able to wear jeans to school with a donation of $1 or more.
Superintendent Trey Folse presented a check for $22,645.21 to Noble-Bates Young of the Miracle League Northshore at the October School Board meeting.
The mission of the Miracle League is to promote the health and well-being of children with disabilities, provide opportunities for able-bodied children to learn about and interact with children with disabilities, and develop community awareness and support for the child athlete with disabilities through organized sports leagues. The Miracle League is designed to serve kids who cannot be ...