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Transportation is a key factor in planning for a strong start for the 2020-2021 school year. To assist in planning we need to gather information regarding student transportation.
**In order to reduce the number of students on the bus, parents are encouraged to drive their children to school, when possible.**
***Please complete the survey for each child attending Livingston Parish Public Schools.***
Survey Deadline - July 14th
The office will be closed Monday, June 22 through Tuesday, June 30. We will reopen on Wednesday, July 1!
(The office is closed on Fridays during the summer.)
This is for the week of June 1st. A confirmation e-mail be sent within 24 hours.
Report cards will be mailed on June 2nd. If you do not receive a report card, it is most like that your child owes books or supply fee.
PRE-K & K REGISTRATION
January 10, 2025
Pre-k & K Registration will be on Wednesday, June 3rd at NSE!
NEW PARENT REMIND
Text @nsepanther to 81010
LIBRARY BOOKS / PERSONAL THINGS
LIBRARY BOOK RETURN - Starting Tuesday, there will be a book collection box on the benches in front of the school. When out and about, please return any library books you have at home.
PERSONAL BELONGINGS - When the "stay at home order" is lifted, we will have a plan for students to retrieve their items from school. Please hand in there. We will get through this!
MISS YOU ALL!
Families, we are saddened beyond belief. We have been given a heads-up that Gov. Edwards plans on announcing the closure of school buildings for the remainder of the school year tomorrow (Tuesday). After the official statement is made, we should have more details. No worries! We are currently working on more creative ways to provide instruction to your children through the use of technology. We will keep you updated.
MEALS TO YOU UPDATE
More than 15,000 Livingston Parish students should soon receive free, shelf-stable meals delivered to their doorsteps as part of the “Meals to You” program that local school officials partnered with to assist needy families across the parish in receiving food during the COVID-19 “stay-at-home” period.
“We have verified the applications of 15,134 students,” Purvis said, noting that qualified applicants must be 18 years or younger and enrolled in Livingston Parish Public Schools.
“We have submitted those verifications to ‘Meals to You,’ and we are awaiting word on when the food shipments will begin,” Purvis said, noting that program coordinators have said they will send email notifications to parents regarding confirmation of their enrollment verification before scheduling shipments.
Livingston Parish Public Schools partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Baylor University to provide food and nutrition to students during the time that schools are closed because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The program, “Meals-to-You,” provides for meals to be delivered to the doorsteps of students who qualify for the program.
“We know that ‘Meals to You’ is working with numerous districts throughout the United States to provide emergency meals that adhere to the guidelines and regulations of the USDA. It’s quite an undertaking, but we continue to make ourselves available to assist them in any way we can to ensure our students receive assistance. But at this point, the district has limited ability to accelerate the program further,” Purvis said.
Purvis said school officials worked over the weekend to provide verification of the applications, electronically delivering the completed list at 3 a.m. today.
She noted that a total of 16,616 online applications were submitted. Of that count, 1,354 were duplicates. Another 128 applications were denied because they did not meet the qualifications.
“Of the 128 applicants that were denied, most were found to not have a LPPS student living their household,” Purvis said.
“Our Child Nutrition Department has worked around the clock since the governor first declared a ‘stay-at-home’ order to figure out ways to get food to our students. They have made order, checked forms, verified information and then double checked everything to get it right,” Superintendent Joe Murphy said.
“We know this is a critical service for so many of our families,” he said.
April 7, 2020 (Posted 4/2/20)
NEW practice packets will be available on Tuesday, April 7th from 10:00 - 12:00 at NSE! It will be drive-through and pick up like last time. Please spread the word. (Packets are different than the ones previously provided.)
YEARBOOK ORDER DEADLINE
April 1, 2020 (Posted 3/31/20)
Tomorrow, April 1st is the last day to order a yearbook. Please make purchases online. Late orders will not be taken.
FUND RAISER PICK-UP
April 7, 2020 (Posted 3/30/20)
Fund Raiser Pick-Up: Tuesday, April 7th from 10 - 12 (noon) at NSE. This will be the ONLY pick-up date/time. Please make arrangements to drive through and pick up orders.
MEALS MONDAY AND THURSDAY
March 27, 2020
Mobile Student Meals! The closest location for our students is Magnolia Estates (8458 Lockhart Rd) @ 12:45 on Monday (3/30) and Thursday (4/2).
PICTURES, PACKETS, FUND RAISER
March 25, 2020
There is no deadline for picture orders at this time. A deadline will be set when we return to school.
We are also working on setting up an additional packet and picture proof pick-up date. As soon as we have the date and times, we will let you know.
We are currently working with LA Fund Raiser to get items to you before Easter. More information to come.
March 24, 2020
"We believe more people may be eligible for SNAP benefits due to many being off work during this time, and we want to make sure they know what food assistance is available and how they can apply." DCFS Secretary, Marketa Garner Walters
For information about SNAP or an application, Louisiana residents can text GETSNAP (no spaces) to 898211, email LAHelpU.DCFS@la.gov or call 1-888-524-3578.
March 19, 2020
Due to the "Stay At Home Order" from Gov. Edwards, all facilities will be closed. Please reach out if you need anything.
1090 Robbie St, Denham Springs, LA 70726
Keep in mind that we are actively working with your children during school hours. Responses will be sent at our earliest convenience. Contact the office for immediate response. (225) 664-4223
Fax: (225) 664-5660