Save the Date! The Louisiana Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (LASFAA) and the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance (LOSFA) partnered with other institutions from across the state to host a two-day virtual event to help students with the college-going process.
Many students have a significant need for information related to the college process from both the admissions and financial aid perspective. On March 17th and March 18th, from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., LASFAA, LOSFA, and other higher education and college access professionals will provide critical admissions and financial aid information for those students. REGISTRATION FOR ADMISSION: https://admissions.lsu.edu/register/LOSFA31721 REGISTRATION FOR FINANCIAL AID: https://admissions.lsu.edu/register/LOSFA31821
All St. Landry Parish School District schools, head start centers, pupil appraisal, and the central office will dismiss early today, March 17, 2021, due to the forecasted threat of severe weather. Click on the headline for dismissal times.
FEBRUARY 18, 2021 OPELOUSAS, LA -- All schools and facilities will remain closed Friday, February 19th due to problems with water pressure, pipe leaks, and issues involving heating across the parish. District officials say they will not be able to fully identify and repair pipe leaks until water pressure returns across the district. Additionally, the lack of water pressure prevents boilers from functioning effectively which contributes to heating issues at some schools. Schools will re-open on Monday, February 22, 2021. Continue to follow us on our district and school apps, our website, our Facebook page and the local media for updates.
The St. Landry Parish School District will transition 5th-grade students to daily in-person learning Wednesday, February 10, 2021. This group will be going to school five days a week. Students in grades 6 through 11 will continue to follow the hybrid A/B schedule until further notice. Click the link for additional information.
As a means to solicit feedback and give our stakeholders a seat at the table, Superintendent Patrick Jenkins is creating four Superintendent Councils. These councils are broken down by audience to include the Superintendent's Parent Leadership Council, Teacher Leadership Council, Student Leadership Council, and the Principal Leadership Council.