Online Student Learning Program Now Registering ::..
Registration for the 2014-2015 online student learning program provided by the St. Tammany Parish Public School System is now underway. Students who are already in the School System can call 985-898-3309 for an application, and students who are not in the public school system can register by going with their parents to one of the School Board annex offices in Covington or Slidell. The application process is on a first come, first served basis.
The Covington Annex Office is located at 406 East Boston, Covington, phone 985-898-3372. The Slidell Annex Office is located at 980 Ninth Street, Slidell, LA 985-646-4917.
The online student learning program offers a variety of web-based courses for students in grades five, six, seven and ...
Fall Registration Schedule For 2014-2015 School Session Announced ::..
Registration for all students entering the St. Tammany Parish Public School System for the first time during the 2014-2015 session will be held at the school the student will attend. To view the registration schedule for specific schools and the required documentation needed to register students, click here.
Students changing schools within St. Tammany Parish (other than students going to another school because of grade promotion), students who are entering the School System from home schooling, and parents or court-appointed guardians who do not have the required proof of residency must complete an Assignment/Transfer Request Form at one of the Child Welfare and Attendance Offices in Covington or Slidell. They must obtain an Assignment Letter from one of these offices ...
Chamber Expo Held At Lakeshore High ::..
Hundreds of area residents and business people visited the 2014 Expo held by the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon, the event’s third year at Lakeshore High School. Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III and Chamber President and CEO Lacey Toledano cut the ribbon to open the four-hour community business showcase.
More than 90 exhibitors lined the main hallway of Lakeshore High for the extensive display of St. Tammany Parish professionals, products and services. To view photos from the 2014 St. Tammany West Chamber Expo, click here.
“It continues to grow,” said Superintendent Folse. “I’ve seen a lot of familiar faces here today, but a lot of new visitors also. I’m looking forward ...
School System Hosts English and Math Conference ::..
The St. Tammany Parish Public School System held a three-day English and Math Conference June 9 through 12, offering a variety of strategies for teaching Math, training in the use of instructional technology, and techniques for engaging students with English. More than 100 teachers took part in the workshops.
Held at the Treen Instructional Technology Center and various schools in the Mandeville area, the event was provided in three phases entitled, “M-Cubed: Making Math Meaningful,” “E-Cubed: Everyone In English,” and technology tools training, which included interactive assessments, online resources and tools.
Presenters for the Math portion included K-4 Math Curriculum Specialist Jan DeMeyere and 8-12 Math Curriculum Specialist Stacey Magee. Technology Tools training was presented by Rachael Gill, Jan Latino, Inky ...
Video Awards Won By Channel 13 Interns ::..
Several Channel 13 interns were commended by Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, and the St. Tammany Parish School Board June 12 for their recent honors in local and regional video competitions.
Two awards were won in the Satellite Center Video and Animation Festival in St. Charles Parish. Jake Ricca won first place in the sports and news category for his video segment on the Sixth Ward Elementary School Math and Science Night, and John Hood won first place in documentary category for his video on Black History Month.
Students also won honors at the recent St. Tammany Parish Commission on Cultural Affairs Film Festival. Ricca won first place for Best News Feature, again for his Math ...