To improve student performance and achievement, we must be able to recruit and retain the best teachers. Currently, our starting teacher salary is among the lowest in the region, and we are not competitive. Each year we are losing teachers and employees to surrounding parishes. On the November 18 ballot, there is a proposed millage […]
If you have not yet done so please download the app for JPPSS. This will keep you up to date with all events but mostly in case of severe weather. As of now after school care will be available on Friday, October 6, 2017. In case there are any changes in the forecast parents and […]
Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee (BPAC) JPPSS will be having our first Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee (BPAC) meeting for this school-year on Tuesday, September 26 at the JPPSS Administration Building at 501 Manhattan Blvd. from 6:00 p.m – 7:00 p.m. The purpose of the bilingual advisory committee is to discuss and provide recommendations to the Superintendent […]
PAC Meetings It’s that time of year again, when parents and administrators come to the table to share success, concerns, and ideas with the goal of creating the best system for our children. Open to all JPPSS parents! PAC Meetings:East Bank Paul Emenes Building at 822 S. Clearview Pkwy 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19 […]
JPPSS is joining with 2nd Harvester Food Bank in collecting items for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. 12 years ago our area was affected by a natural diaster and we very much appreciated the help received by neighboring states. We will collect the following items: *pop top canned meat *granola bars/cereal bars *wipes *toothbrushes and […]
We would like to thank one of our school parents, Mr. Dexter Showers, and his organization, CARIBS (Caribbean American Resident International Brotherhood Society) for donating school supplies and uniforms to some of our students. Their generosity is greatly appreciated.
Discounted Cox Internet for Families Cox Communications in partnership with the Connect2Compete program offers discounted internet service to families who have at least one child receiving free or reduced school lunch through the National School Lunch Program or living in HUD-assisted housing. Having a reliable internet connection at home is valuable for both students and […]
Are you interested in the Spanish Immersion program offered at Boudreaux. Attached is the information to need to find out more!!! Magnet Schools Information
WEST BANK SCHOOLS West bank Parent Advisory Council Meeting is November 29, at 6pm at Central Office located at 501 Manhattan Blvd. Topics for discussion are Building Better Readers, tips and strategies to do at home, and Career and Technical Education, taking the Jumpstart Tops Tech Pathway. All parents are welcomed.