#TeachSTPPS Spring Recruiting Tour ::..
We're looking for the best to join the best!
STPPS personnel will be visiting colleges throughout Louisiana this spring to recruit the best teaching talent. Select staff members from STPPS will visit teaching fairs at Southern, Southern Miss, Jackson State, Tulane, Southeastern Louisiana, and LSU.
Here's a schedule of our #TeachSTPPS Spring Recruiting Tour:
March 7, Southern University at New Orleans
March 9, Southern Miss Teacher Job Fair
March 28, Southern University at Baton Rouge
April 5, Jackson State Teaching Recruitment Day
April 6, Tulane Spring Teacher Fair
April 10, UNO Parish Interviews
April 12, SLU Teacher Fair
April 13, LSU Teacher Fair
For more information about working for STPPS, visit our employment opportunities page or contact Human Resources at 985-898-3254.
STPPS Celebrates Black History Month ::..
In celebration of Black History Month, STPPS will profile African-Americans who have made a profound impact on public education in St. Tammany Parish. The 2016 pilot campaign was well-received throughout the STPPS and greater St. Tammany Parish community. STPPS’ 2016 Black History Month social media campaign was awarded honorable mention by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).
Marcil Ducre Sr. (1923-2007)
Marcil Ducre's journey began and ended in Lacombe, Louisiana, but his path was a remarkable one. After graduating from St. Tammany High School (now St. Tammany Junior High), he was drafted into the United States Army, serving three years and ultimately achieving the rank of Corporal. He also attended flight school at the famed Tuskegee Institute and later graduated ...
Beads With A Purpose ::..
Mardi Gras is over, but for the students at Lake Harbor Middle, their Mardi Gras beads have a year-round purpose.
Lake Harbor Middle students collect beads throughout the Mardi Gras season for their neighbors across Viola Street at STARC. At STARC, members take the beads and group them by color and size to re-sell them to the St. Tammany Parish community as throws for the Carnival season.
Next door at Marigny Elementary, Lake Harbor students participate in Marigny's annual Mardi Gras parade. The beads from the Marigny parade are a small portion of what Lake Harbor students collect for STARC.
It's a colorful way to keep the Carnival spirit alive and to give back to the community!
Mardi Gras Holiday ::..
All St. Tammany Parish Public Schools will be closed February 12-16 for the Mardi Gras Holiday. Classes will resume Monday, February 19.
Support offices will be closed Monday, February 12, and Tuesday, February 13, in observance of the Mardi Gras Holiday. All support offices will re-open on Wednesday, February 14.
2018 National Signing Day ::..
Twenty-eight STPPS athletes signed National Letters of Intent to play sports at the college level during Wednesday's National Signing Day.
Seven of the eight STPPS schools had at least one athlete sign, including 10 at Covington High.
Five athletes are headed to Division I FBS programs - Covington's Devin Brumfield (Utah), Mandeville's Malcolm Johnson (UNLV), and Salmen trio of Eddie Smith (Alabama), L.J. Leonard (Southern Miss) and Garrett Crawford (Southern Miss).
They joined the eight STPPS athletes that signed during the Early Signing Period in December.
2018 STPPS National Signing Day Athletes
Joshua Alfaro, Football (Houston Baptist University)
Kris Arrington, Football (Rochester CC)
KeJohn Batiste, Football (Butler CC)
Elgin Bell, Football (Hutchinson CC)
Trevor Betz, Football (Central Methodist University)
Devin Brumfield, Football (University of Utah)
Mason Cialona, Football (Rochester ...