St. Bernard

Parish School District

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District News

  • Registration for Pre-K 4 Opens

    St. Bernard Parish Public School District is one of the few districts in the state to offer a universal, tuition free Four Year Old Preschool Program. This program is for all children residing in the parish who will be four years of age by September 30, 2018.

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  • Chalmette Refining Supports Academic Games

    Twenty students from St. Bernard Parish Schools will travel to Knoxville, Tennessee at the end of April to compete at the national Academic Games Tournament. The Elementary, Middle, and High School Division Teams were presented at Tuesday night’s School Board Meeting.

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  • Another National Merit Finalist

    For the last four years, Chalmette High School has been home to some of the nation’s most promising high school seniors – students who were awarded the distinction of being named semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarship Program. This year, senior Meghan St. Angelo has exceeded this accomplishment by advancing to finalist status.

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  • Craft and Lemoine Elected to the LSBA Board of Directors

    St. Bernard School Board Members joined hundreds of other educational leaders from across the state recently as part of the 80th annual Louisiana School Boards Association Conference in Baton Rouge.

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  • Smith New District 9 SBPSB Member

    Violet resident Shelton Smith will replace Dr. Henderson Lewis Jr. as the District 9 representative for the St. Bernard Parish School Board.

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  • CHS Voices Present Glitter and Gloves

    Talent filled the stage last weekend when the Chalmette High School Voices presented its annual Glitter and Gloves production. This year’s Broadway revue included selections from major classics such as Hairspray, Anastasia, and Les Miserables.

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  • State Testing Begins in April

    State testing will take place for St. Bernard Parish students throughout the months of April and May.

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  • Elementary School Fitness Meet

    St. Bernard Parish physical education teachers recently held the Elementary School Fitness Meet at Chalmette High School. This event brought student athletes from each school together for this one-day event.

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  • School Board Hosts Special Olympics

    The St. Bernard Parish Public School System's recent Special Olympics was a true community celebration. Held each year at Chalmette High’s Bobby Nuss Stadium, the games featured 136 athletes with special needs, competing in a variety of track and field events.

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  • School Board Participates in Rotary Spelling Bee

    St. Bernard Parish School District staff and retired teachers participated in the 18th Annual Community Spelling Bee hosted by the St. Bernard Parish Rotary Club. The competition was moderated by Chalmette High School teachers Annelise Cassar and Arianna Cassar-Cruice alongside senior Kelsey Billiot who served as this year’s bee mascot.

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Announcements

Message from the Superintendent

  • Message from the Superintendent

    Families,

    The safety of our schools and the wellbeing of our students are of paramount importance.  Over the past week, the St. Bernard Parish School administrators have been working closely with Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann and his detectives to address several instances where students have made statements which could be perceived as threats.

    In each instance, parents were notified, the incident was reported to the Sheriff’s department, and a thorough investigation was conducted by the detectives of the Criminal Investigations Bureau.  The school system will continue to partner with the Sheriff’s department and notify all parents if there are any credible threats. The Sheriff’s department is stressing a zero tolerance policy and has arrested several students for making verbal threats, even though the students may have indicated that they are only “joking.”

    Parents, please help us by speaking with your children about the gravity of their words and what the consequences could be.  We, in conjunction with the Sheriff’s department,  are holding assemblies with all of our middle and upper elementary school students to stress the seriousness of the situation.  Students at the high school have already been addressed.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s principal.

     

    Doris Voitier

    Superintendent of St. Bernard Parish Schools

     

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