10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Docville Children’s Christmas Festival
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM General Committee Meeting of the Whole Board
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Regular Scheduled School Board Meeting
Welcome to St. Bernard Parish Public Schools
Given a vision, an extraordinary effort will result in extraordinary success.
Our schools live our motto every day. As a district, our vision is to be recognized as a premier school district, evoking pride within an involved community and empowering staff to meet the needs of all students through state-of-the-art educational programs and facilities. With the extraordinary effort of our students, parents, teachers, leaders, and the support of our community we have made that vision a reality.
Today, St. Bernard Parish Schools is recognized as a top performing school district for both student achievement and teacher effectiveness. Our students consistently rank in the top ten throughout the state on end of course exams, and Chalmette High School was recognized as an “A” high school this year.
We have eleven state-of-the-art schools and a twelfth opening in August of 2017. At our high school campus, we have academic, athletic, and performing arts facilities that rival many universities. Doors opened this February to the Maumus Center and thousands of students have already had the opportunity to experience the Center's planetarium.
As a district, we believe that all students can thrive in a safe and loving environment that nourishes the whole child. Offering students dozens of options for extracurricular activities, our students are able to find their passion in academics, arts, or athletics.
Welcome and we look forward to partnering with you to provide all children in St. Bernard Parish a quality education so that they are responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners.
Superintendent Doris Voitier
Today is #SuperStaffFriday, and the St. Bernard Parish School Board would like to recognize Susan Andry and Kristel Scarcello for their exceptional work at Rowley Alternative as the school's social workers.
An ordinary assembly turned extraordinary today when Joseph J. Davies Elementary School teacher Catherine Randall was surprised with a national Milken Educator Award—and a no-strings-attached $25,000 cash prize—before cheering students, respected colleagues, distinguished officials and the media.
U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite, Jr. visited the seniors at Chalmette High School as part of his National Heroin and Opioid Awareness Week. The presentation was aimed at raising awareness of the growing epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse in our country.
St. Bernard Parish Lions Club has committed to donating $6,000 to flood victims in the impacted areas of Louisiana as an effort to help those in a time of need.
For the third year in a row, Chalmette High School is proud to be the home school of a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
Students and faculty in St. Bernard Parish are not strangers to the devastation flood waters can bring. As the 11th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina recently passed, the Baton Rouge flooding brought forward a gamut of emotions for students and staff alike, but more so, it sparked a desire to help.
Over 400 members of the St. Bernard Parish community gathered together on August 26 for the 11th annual St. Bernard Parish School District’s Day of Reflection Breakfast.