Welcome Back to School ::..
As part of our mission to educate Every Child, Every Day for a Successful Tomorrow, WE WILL Challenge, Connect, Create, Explore, Innovate, Lead, Learn, and Succeed.
The 2018-2019 school year opened Thursday as we welcomed more than 38,000 students back to school at all 55 STPPS campuses across St. Tammany Parish.
This year, students and parents will see some new faces on school campuses as STPPS has School Resource Officers, police details, and Mental Health Providers at all 55 schools.
We captured some of the first-day moments at various STPPS schools. We asked parents and students to share the excitement of their first day back at school on social media with the hashtag #STPPSFirstDay.
Beginning August 13, our Pre K and kindergarten friends ...
Another school year is upon us. With another school year comes a renewed focus on our mission of educating Every Child, Every Day. This year, WE WILL.
All year long, our STPPS Community will see our dedication to what WE WILL do to make STPPS the best it can be.
Back to School Information ::..
Countdown to the start of the 2018-2019 school year is underway! Below is helpful information and links to prepare you for the start of the school year.
New to St. Tammany Parish Public Schools? Information on how to register students attending St. Tammany Parish Public Schools for the first time is available here.
To find the school your child will attend, go to the Bus Transportation page and type in the address (without the city and state).
Visit the online School Directory page for school website links and information.
Pre-K and Kindergarten Start Dates
Pre-K and Kindergarten students report to school on August 13, August 14 or August 15 as assigned by the school, and all students report beginning August ...
LEAP Scores Now Available ::..
The latest Lousiana Assessment Program (LEAP 2025) test results are now available to parents and students. Student scores can be accessed through the Student Progress Center.
LEAP 2025 includes assessments of ELA, mathematics, science, and social studies for grades 3-12. The tests measure the knowledge and skills contained in the state's content standards for that particular grade. Student scores are reported on five levels: Unsatisfactory, Approaching Basic, Basic, Mastery, or Advanced. Mastery and above is considered proficient, or ready for the next grade level.
To get more detailed information on how the LEAP is scored, please visit the Family Support Toolbox Library.
STPPS Welcomes 10 More New Administrators ::..
Ten new administrator appointments for the 2018-2019 school year were announced prior to June's School Board Meeting. STPPS has welcomed 27 new administators for the upcoming school year.
They join the five new principal appointees introduced at April's Committee As A Whole Meeting, and the 12 new administrator appointees introduced at May's School Board Meeting.
Pictured from left to right are Sabrina Parish (Little Pearl Elementary), George Bode (Fontainebleau Junior High), Chantelle McInerney (Abita Springs Middle), Justin Burkhardt (Sixth Ward Elementary), April Jarrell (Lakeshore High), Superintendent Trey Folse, Byron Long (Creekside Junior High), Jeanne Bower (Supervisor of Special Education), Susan Johnston (Northshore High), and George Herdliska (Slidell High). Not pictured: Jennifer Clark (Covington High).
Supervisor of Special Education - Jeanne Bower
Little Pearl ...