Summer Vacation Begins for Students ::..
Tuesday, May 23rd signified that final day of the 2016-2017 School Year for our students. The next school session begins on Thursday, August 10th.
School Board Offices will be open throughout the summer from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays.
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STPPS Grads Awarded Capital One "Investing for Good" Scholarships ::..
Two outstanding Class of 2017 STPPS graduates, Kaitlyn Alphonse from Covington High and Kristen Reed from Northshore High, were each awarded a $5,000 Capital One "Investing for Good" Scholarship.
Raymond Hall, the Senior District Manager of Capital One Bank, presented the scholarships at the May 18 Board Meeting.
The scholarships are designed to aid and honor top talented seniors and are awarded to those who exemplify excellence through school work as well as a commitment to the local community.
Kaitlynn wrote a children's book with classmates to donate to the local foodbank's kids' Easter baskets. She annually donated blood to Ochsner's Blood Drive, and she tutored classmates free of charge. Kaitlynn enjoys making and selling wreaths in the community and her art ...
STPPS Raises More Than $10,000 Each for Addie's Angels, Compassion That Compels ::..
STPPS students, employees and families raised more than $10,000 each for Addie's Angels and Compassion That Compels during their final district-wide fundraiser day of the school year. In April, students and employees were able to wear jeans to school with a donation of $1 or more.
Superintendent Trey Folse presented representatives for Addie's Angels and Compassion That Compels each with a check for $10,742.84 at the May School Board meeting.
Addie’s Angels is a non-profit organization benefitting children who have lost the use of one or more limbs or have limb abnormalities. The organization is named after 7-year-old Addison Gallagher, who was born with Amniotic Band Syndrome (ABS) which prevented the development of her left arm. To learn more about Addie's ...
14 Administrators Appointed ::..
Newly appointed administrators for the 2017-2018 school year were introduced at the May School Board Meeting.
Superintendent Trey Folse introduced the new employees who include Central Office Supervisors, Principals and Assistant Principals. School Board Members from the representative districts then personally welcomed each person and presented them with a name plaque for their desk.
Pictured from left to right are Brandon Frederick, Michael Wills, William Gallagher, Quay Brisco, Anna “Katie” Fuller, Maureen “MeMe” Leonard, Arlana Leblanc, Kelly Grunditz, Superintendent Trey Folse, Stacie Trepagnier, Robert DeRoche, Saudah Blackman-Stokes, Roslyn Hanson, Matthew Burmaster and Belinda Pennison.
Supervisor of Fine Arts- Roslyn Hanson
Elementary Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction- Arlana Leblanc
Covington High Principal- ...
2017-2018 Teachers and Principals of the Year Announced ::..
Three teachers and three principals have been selected as the 2017-2018 St. Tammany Parish Public School System Teachers and Principals of the Year.
Named as 2017-2018 District Teachers of the Year are Martha Boucher, Abita Springs Elementary, in the Elementary Division, Wandra Vick, Brock Elementary, in the Middle/Jr. High Division, and Marty Mangus, Salmen High, in the High School Division.
The 2017-2018 Principals of the Year are Gary Marlbrough from Chahta-Ima Elementary in the Elementary Division, Raymond Morris from Bayou Lacombe Middle in the Middle/Jr. High Division and Christian Monson from Lakeshore High in the High School Division.
“We are proud to have these deserving teachers and school leaders represent our School System and community,” said Superintendent Trey Folse. ...