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Posted on 07/08/2019
Top 3 Students – Those students selected to represent Livingston Parish in the 2019 Student of the Year competition include, left to right, Elementary Student of the Year Collin Sprouse, a fifth-grader at South Walker Elementary; High School Student of the Year Cade Canepa, a senior at Live Oak High School; and Middle School Student of the Year John Bergeron, an eighth-grader at North Corbin Junior High. All three competed at the regional level, and Sprouse advanced to be a state finalist in the state’s elementary division.  READ MORE... about LPPS Recognizes Top Students of the Year
Posted on 05/30/2019
More than 200 school bus drivers, mechanics and other transportation employees attended the first-ever transportation department appreciation luncheon by Livingston Parish Public Schools. The event was held in the transportation building behind the central administration building in Livingston.  READ MORE... about Livingston Schools Show Appreciation to Bus Drivers and Mechanics
Principals of Year – Pictured are the Livingston Parish 2019 Principal of the Year Winners, left to right: Elementary Principal of the Year Gail DeLee, Denham Springs Elementary; Middle School Principal of the Year Grey Hayden, Juban Parc Junior High; and High School Principal of the Year Kim Albin, Literacy & Technology Center. Hayden was recently named a top finalist for the Louisiana Principal of the Year, which will be announce in July.
Posted on 05/23/2019
Principals of Year – Pictured are the Livingston Parish 2019 Principal of the Year Winners, left to right: Elementary Principal of the Year Gail DeLee, Denham Springs Elementary; Middle School Principal of the Year Grey Hayden, Juban Parc Junior High; and High School Principal of the Year Kim Albin, Literacy & Technology Center. Hayden was recently named a top finalist for the Louisiana Principal of the Year, which will be announce in July.  READ MORE... about Top Teachers and Principals Recognized
Posted on 03/21/2019
School Board President Buddy Mincey, Jr., addresses a room full of state legislators and school leaders during a Legislative Breakfast meeting at the Walk On’s Conference Center at Walker High School on March 18 to discuss priorities and funding needs of the district in anticipation of legislation to be considered during the 2019 General Session.  READ MORE... about Livingston School Leaders Share Priorities With Local Legislative Delegation in Anticipation of Session
Posted on 03/13/2019
The STEAM Express sounded its air horn in route to the community outreach event that was held in the Eastover Estates residential area to alert local families to come out for the event  READ MORE... about Livingston Parish Schools Take Learning to Local Community

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The Livingston Parish School Board does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability or gender in its educational programs and activities (including employment and application for employment), and it is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of gender by Title IX (20 USC 168) and on the basis of disability by Section 504 (42 USC 794). The Title IX Coordinator is Stephen Parrill

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