St. Bernard

Parish School District

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District News

  • Docville Children’s Christmas Festival

    St. Bernard Parish Schools in partnership with the Meraux Foundation will be hosting Docville Children’s Christmas Festival on Saturday, December 8 from 10:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M.

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  • December Public Showings at the Maumus Center Planetarium

    Audiences looking to enjoy the Christmas classic The Nutcracker will not have to travel to New Orleans this season. The St. Bernard Parish School Board will be presenting The Nutcracker Suite throughout the month of December at the Maumus Center Planetarium.

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  • Symphony Chorus of New Orleans Performs at the Chalmette High Cultural Arts Center

    For the first time ever, the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans will perform the world’s best known and most popular choral work: Handel’s Messiah at the Chalmette High School Cultural Arts Center. This breathtaking presentation will take place Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 7 P.M.

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  • St. Bernard Parish Names Teachers of the Year

    Twelve exceptional St. Bernard Parish educators were recently named by their schools as Teacher of the Year. Winners of this prestigious title are selected by their peers for their impact on students and families - in and out of the classroom.

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  • CHS Ring Day

    Nearly 400 seniors recently partook in the longstanding Chalmette High School tradition – Ring Day. A celebration of the Class of 2019, Ring Day celebrates the contributions, achievements, and leadership of the graduating class.

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  • Boo on the Bayou

    Chalmette High School Key Club held its fourth annual Boo on the Bayou Halloween event at the Los Islenos Museum Complex on October 20. The event, which has become a community favorite, attracted close to 2000 visitors for games, trick or treating, arts and crafts, a pumpkin patch, and performances by many of the parish elementary school dance and cheer squads.

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  • Mock Crash Teaches Students Important Lesson

    Tenth through 12th grade students at Chalmette High School and 8th grade students at St. Bernard Middle School, the host site, recently participated in “Consequence of Impact”, a mock crash involving impaired driving.

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  • CHS Top in the State for Opera

    Chalmette High School is one of the top schools in the state for students qualifying to compete in the live round of the Donald W. Sr. Vocal Competition. Eight vocalists from CHS will take part in the state-wide opera competition which focuses on academic art from the Classical and Roman periods.

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  • CHS Seniors Win Spirit Stick

    Traditions run deep at Chalmette High School. This year’s Owl Week marked the 45 year students have come together to celebrate school spirit and compete for the coveted Spirit Stick.

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  • October Public Showings at the Maumus Center Planetarium

    St. Bernard Parish School District is excited to announce the October schedule of public showings at the Maumus Center Planetarium. Tickets can be purchased at the door; however, it is recommended audiences reserve tickets in advance by calling 504-301-0239.

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Announcements

Message from the Superintendent

  • Message from the Superintendent

    August 2018

    Dear Families:

    Welcome to a brand new year in the St. Bernard Parish School System! We are glad to have you as part of our school family and hope you are looking forward to the 2018-2019 academic year.

    Each year, our school community unites around a single theme. This year, we will celebrate our strength – both inside and outside the classroom. As a district, we know that the success of our students depends on the strength of our partnerships with our families. This year, we are excited to continue to partner with you to ensure that your child thrives.

    As part of our partnership, each year we ask for your support in defraying the cost of necessary instructional supplies through the assessment of an instructional fee. These fees are used to purchase workbooks, consumable textbooks, educational publications, and hands-on materials that your child uses in class each day. The instructional fee for each child in our elementary and middle schools is $15, while the fee per child for the high school is $25. While the actual costs of these materials exceed these amounts, your payment of the instructional fee will be a tremendous help to your child’s school in providing enrichment and reinforcement of the curriculum. We would appreciate your cooperation in sending this amount to your child’s homeroom teacher during the first two weeks of school. If this presents a problem, please contact your child’s principal, and he/she will work with you to arrange a payment plan for your convenience.

    We thank you for your continued support of our school system. Through our continued partnership, we can foster a learning environment where all students can grow and succeed. Please visit our websites, Facebook page, and Youtube channel, for information throughout the year about all of the good things happening throughout our district. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your school principal or our central office staff.

    We look forward to a great school year, and we thank you for entrusting your child to the St. Bernard Parish Public Schools.

     

    Sincerely,

    Doris Voitier

    Superintendent

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