The month of October marks National Principals Month, established to recognize the essential role that principals play in making a school great. Throughout this month show some 💙💛 to our SLP school leaders by dropping them a 🗒️ of thanks. #ThankYourPrincipal
Employees, we would like to celebrate all BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS in our SLP workplace. If you would like us to celebrate you on our website and on social media, please send us a picture along with the number of years you've been in the breast cancer journey. Pictures can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please put BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR in the subject line of the email.
Every October, people show support for all affected by breast cancer. SLP will be recognizing employees who battled or are battling breast cancer. Today we are celebrating one of our very own, Mrs. Patricia Montgomery. #breastcancerawareness
It's game day! Purchase your tickets online for the Opelousas High School Homecoming game tonight at 7:00 PM at Donald Gardner Stadium. Don't wait in line to pay. Go to eazyticks.com or scan the QR code to purchase. Come out and support your team!!!
It's game day! You still have time to purchase your tickets online for the
Port Barre vs Northwest game tonight at 7:00 PM. The game will be at
Port Barre High School. Go to eazyticks.com or scan the QR code to purchase.
Come out and support your team!!!
"Celebrate Freedom Week (September 12th-16th) coincides with Constitution Week, established by the U.S. Congress to encourage all Americans to learn about the Constitution. Both Celebrate Freedom Week and Constitution Week focus on September 17, the date in 1787 when delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution." Happy Celebrate Freedom Week!
Leonville Elementary is rocking a new library these days thanks to fundraising and federal fund dollars! They held a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 8, 2022 to celebrate. Happy Reading, Leonville Lions!
Do you feel like your child may qualify for the the SLP Gifted Program?
Enrichment classes in the gifted program reflect a high degree of complexity and extend beyond the prescribed curriculum offered in regular classrooms. Go to https://www.slpsb.org/page/gifted-and-talented
to learn more.
Central Middle School would like to extend a major THANK YOU to the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Department for coming to share school safety and response strategies with our faculty and staff. Thank you Deputy Chief Thibodeaux, Sergeant Kimrey, Sergeant Rinaldi and SLPSB Risk Manager Marcella Fisher for taking time to be with us.
CMS is grateful to those who have taken time to bless our students and faculty/staff. Thank you to ‘A Mother’s Love’ organization, represented by Mr. Kevin Johnwell, for donating uniform items to our school. And thank you to the ladies of Elevated Tea and Coffee House for treating our staff to tea and biscuits. We are truly grateful. 💚🐾🤍
And the crying towel goes to the…Port Barre Red Devils! #slpFootball #slpCryingTowel
PBE red hots are back in action this school year! #slpBack2School
Port Barre Middle students kicked off the new school year with their Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) Program! #slpBack2School
1st morning assembly for these Krotz Springs Mustangs. They are super excited to be back at it! #Back2School
These Grand Prairie Panthers are rocking their day log school! #slpBack2School
Washington Lions are all set and ready learn! #slpBack2School
North Central Hurricanes are in the house! #slpBack2School
These little Palmetto broncos are excited about the 1st day of school! #slpBack2School
Students at Plaisance Middle are enjoying their 1st day of school! #slpBackToSchool
It’s a great day to be a Leonville lion! Such precious kindergartners, bright eyed and ready to learn. #slpBack2School