and Dismissal Times
Drop Off Begins at 7:00 am
First Hour Bell - 7:30 am
Dismissal Bell - 2:42 pm
Fees, Fines, & Charges
Louisiana Revised Statute 17:233
school students are allowed 5 absences per semester and younger
children are allowed 10 per year. Absences of two or fewer consecutive
days may be validated by a parent or caregiver. If a student
is absent for three or more consecutive days, a student must
present a note from a physician, nurse practitioner, or dentist
to be excused. These new rules are restrictive and any extenuating
circumstances will need the approval of the Supervisor of Child
Welfare and Attendance.
weeks exams will only be given in classes for Carnegie Units
(high school credit).
exams count for 20% of the nine weeks grade.
counts as 1/9 of the total grade.
cards are sent home with the students three times during the
year at the completion of each the nine week period.
nine weeks report cards are mailed home to students by the
a full class period is necessary for academic achievement,
it is necessary for students to arrive to school and class
tardies to school or to class will be considered unexcused.
who arrive late due to a doctor's appointment are the only
excuses that will be accepted.
must stay out on the playground and may not enter the building
until the bell rings unless given permission.
Football or basketball will not be played.
Rough-housing, wrestling, or playing chase is not allowed.
Once students enter the playground, they may not go back
toward the cafeteria or hallways.
93 - 100
B: 85 - 92
C: 75 - 84
D: 67 - 74
F: 0 - 66
School Advancement Plan
School assemblies and classroom speakers occur during
the school year to promote the curriculum, to encourage
student health and safety, and to foster a productive
learning environment. Such occasions are noted by
teachers in weekly overviews, in school newsletters,
and/or the school web site. Parents who wish for their
children not to participate in any of these activities
should notify the classroom teacher or school principal.