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BCHS Track Team State Champions

Spirit week

BCHS Cheerleaders

BCMS - Eighth graders are all smiles during their lunch time on Back the Blue day in support of the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office. 

Teachers from all schools attended a robotics and coding workshop hosted at the Woodland Central Office.

BVES Cookery participants created meals at home and brought them to school to be judged by our panelists.

BCMS & BCHS - The middle school dance team and high school Cardinalettes performed together at a Friday night football game. 

BCPS - Did anyone say "Ice Cream Social"?

BCHS Marching Band

Reading with Champs (BCHS/BCPS)

BVES Cookery Contest Winners - Our next generation of chefs.

BCMS - A New Orleans Second Line band performed for students and faculty at the Belle Chasse Middle School Culture Club event.

BCGS Veterans Day Program

BCPS excited to learn.

BCPS - Grandparent's breakfast brings more smiles to BCPS.

BCPS - Having a happy moment.

BCMS Sixth graders reading during ELA class. 

BCMS Seventh graders have eggs-cellent observations while learning about osmosis.  

SPHS Nepris session -  meeting experts from around the world on the Internet.


BCMS joined in the Second Line tradition during their culture club event. 

BCPS - The wheels on the bus go 'round and 'round these bright smiles as student arrive ready to learn.

BCPS celebrates success.

Teachers from all schools attended a robotics and coding workshop hosted at the Woodland Central Office.

Balloon car project in 4th grade

SPHS Personal Branding Classroom 

BCMS 6th Graders show their blue support for Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office.


News & Announcements

"Be a Teacher LA"

BE IRREPLACEABLE. Be a Teacher. An LDOE campaign involving digital shorts, social media posts, billboards, radio spots, and other media opportunities meant to highlight the important calling to teach and the irreplaceability of great teachers
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EPIC Assembly

Twelve elite and diverse young artists brought a powerful message as they shared personal life stories through artistic expression such as dance, drama, original music, spoken word poetry and inspirational speaking.
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SPHS National Honor Society goes to Washington, D.C.

Members of the SPHS National Honors Society were invited to attend the LEAD Conference in Washington, D.C. this weekend where they participated in leadership training and had the opportunity to tour our Nation's Capital.
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Teachers of the Year

Lisa Rodriguez, Belle Chasse Primary, Mandy Boaz, Belle Chasse Middle, Marjorie Ambrose, Belle Chasse High School
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Students of the Year

5th Grade - Adrianna Odile Dubois ......... 8th Grade - Madeline Barr ............................ 12th Grade - Oleksandr Maksymovych Molchanov
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It is the mission of the Plaquemines Parish Public School System to provide the highest quality instruction for every student so that we produce the best authentic readers, writers, thinkers and listeners.

It is the vision of the Plaquemines Parish Public School System that:
  • All students will achieve at high levels in the presence of powerful teaching.
  • Teaching and learning will improve if adults engage in collaborative learning, planning, and open analysis of instructional practice.
  • Decisions about teaching and learning will be evidence-based and address the brutal reality.
  • A focus on literacy and numeracy will strengthen teaching and learning across all grade levels and subjects.
  • Taking actions to provide "whatever it takes" will ensure every student's success.
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PPSB Believes

Embracing its diversity, the Plaquemines Parish School Board dedicates itself to educating all students to their fullest potential. The PPSB is committed to equity because excellence for all students requires equity.

Plaquemines Parish Believes

The Plaquemines Parish School Board believes that students who feel connected to school do better academically and are also less likely to be involved in risky health behaviors.
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Superintendent's Message

I am looking forward to a year filled with learning, growth, achievement, and great experiences for each and every student. I offer thanks to each of you in advance for the great things to come as we work together for the benefit of all our students and our community.
- Denis Rousselle, Superintendent
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