Welcome, Parents ::..
A child’s education is one of the most important concerns parents have, and good information about schools is important to parents living in the community and those relocating to the area. The School System offers numerous information sources, including the System Web site, which is designed to provide timely, factual information about the System and schools. Parents are encouraged to visit the Web site frequently and take advantage of the other information sources mentioned throughout the site.
In St. Tammany public schools, we value the confidence and support parents give us in our efforts to provide students a high-quality education in a caring environment for learning. We also value the tremendous parental involvement in our schools, which underpins the success of our students and School System. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in the partnership between home and school.
Good communication is an important component of that partnership. School and School System officials welcome questions and input from parents and offer many opportunities for parents to become involved in decision affecting schools.
Zoom Into Careers Offers Workshops
Southeastern Louisiana University is offering a number of career workshops especially for students in grades seven through twelve. A variety of career fields are spotlighted. The "Zoom Into Careers" workshops will take place June 16 through June 19, 2014, in Hammond, Mandeville and Walker. Fees are charged. For more information, visit www.southeastern.edu/zoom or click here.
Communications Services Offered
An informative e-newsletter that will be sent out periodically is now available to parents. The e-newsletter service will offer up-to-date information about events and programs of interest to the St. Tammany Parish Public School System parents and employees. Scheduled to be sent out quarterly, the news articles will focus on exciting programs happening within our schools and important dates and information for parents and community members.
School Board Adopts
Electronic Communications Policy
School Board policy sets up procedures by which employees will keep track of communications with students via electronic means, as required by a state law, Act 214.
Teachers and administrators maintain a log of communications with students at their school when using electronic means such as cell phones, text messaging or other electronic media.
The policy is available for viewing by clicking here. (Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view PDF File).
Student of the Year Application Guidelines
Guidelines for 2015 Student of the Year applications are not yet available.