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Covington, Lakeshore Advance to Quarterfinals ::..

The undefeated seasons for Covington and Lakeshore continued Friday night, while Salmen's epic run came to an end.

In Class 5A, #2 Covington moved to 12-0 after hanging on to a 35-28 home win against Ouachita Parish.

In Class 4A, Salmen's season of comeback victories was unable to shore up one more. The Spartans closed their season with a 47-6 loss at Northwood in Shreveport. #2 Lakeshore earned its first trip to the Quarterfinals with a 40-19 road win at Tioga.

Covington will face Hahnville in the Class 5A Quarterfinals, while Lakeshore draws Neville in Class 4A.

#STPPSFootball Regional Round Playoff Results
Class 5A
#2 Covington (12-0) 35, Ouachita Parish (7-5) 28

Class 4A
#2 Lakeshore (12-0) 40, Tioga (7-5) 19
Northwood-Shreveport (10-2) 47, #9 Salmen (9-3) 6


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Happy Thanksgiving! ::..

All STPPS schools will be closed November 20-24 for the Thanksgiving Holidays. Support offices will close at noon on Wednesday, November 23, and will be closed for the remainder of the week.

Classes will resume and offices will reopen on Monday, November 27.

E-X-C-E-P-T-I-O-N-A-L ::..

The look on Letrece McCoy's face says it all. McCoy, along with 15 other STPPS students, is one step closer to the Scripps National Spelling Bee as they advanced to the 2018 New Orleans Area Regional Spelling Bee.

For the fifth straight year, the Junior Auxiliary of Slidell sponsored spelling bees at Boyet Junior High and Clearwood Junior High.

By correctly spelling the word 'tamara', Michael Bartels won the Boyet Junior High Spelling Bee on Nov. 14. Joining Bartels from Boyet are Christina Jackson, Anabelle Goggin, Wilson Hou, Julia Spiess, Trey McGill, Hannah Joseph, and Travis Elmore.

On Nov. 15, Olivia Holmes won the Clearwood Junior High Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word 'cyclops'. She will be joined by Clearwood classmates ...

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Fifth Ward Student Receives Youth Spirit Award ::..

Fifth Ward Junior High special education student Lane Rodriguez was awarded the 2017 Youth Spirit Award. The award is given annually by ACTIVE Partnership of Louisiana.

ACTIVE (A Community That Involves and Values Everyone) is an organization that recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of people with disabilities and their supporters to encourage the involvement and interactions of all people working and living together.

Prior to the November 15 event, Lane and the other ACTIVE nominees were honored with a reception. Lane was recognized for his "never give up" spirit and his positive, hard-working attitude.

ACT Perfection for Northshore Football Player ::..

What do you do when you get home late Friday night after leading your high school football team to victory on the road? If you're Northshore High junior Austin Thombs, you score a perfect 36 on your ACT.

Thombs, a defensive end for the Panthers, helped Northshore to a 24-18 road win at Ponchatoula on Friday, Oct. 27. The next morning, with only six hours of sleep under his belt, Thombs recorded Northshore's second perfect ACT score of the 2017-2018 school year.

He finished his junior season with 47 total tackles and 9.0 tackles for loss.

The STPPS District Junior High Student of the Year in 2014-2015, Thombs is an NHS Ambassador and a member of Team 1912 Combustion robotics team.


News ::..

Covington, Lakeshore Advance to Quarterfinals
Happy Thanksgiving!
Fifth Ward Student Receives Youth Spirit Award
ACT Perfection for Northshore Football Player
Saluting Our Heroes
Late-Game Heroics Cap Playoff Openers
STPPS Remains an A School District
A Perfect Season, Times Two
From #STPPSGrad to World Series Champion
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