School Schedule

School begins at 7:50 AM  Students who arrive after 7:50 AM are marked tardy and must be signed in at the office.  Students are dismissed beginning at 2:55 PM.

School Attendance/Tardy and Early Check-Out Policy

  • Students are required to attend school a minimum of 16 days a year to be promoted to the next grade level, according to Louisiana law.There are 174 days of school, so students having over seven (7) absences for the year due to unexcused and/or temporary excused absences must make up the excessive absences at Saturday School.
  • For a student to receive an excused absence, tardy, or early-out, we must have a doctor's excuse, a dental excuse, or some other form of official documentation. The principal can excuse up to ten (10) absences/tardies/early-outs for the school year, at his or her discretion. After that, parent notes will be considered unexcused.
  • In order for your child to make up any missed work, they must have a written excuse stating the reason they were checked out early.

The following is the student check in/check out policy:

  • Students checked in from 7:50 AM to 9:25 AM are marked tardy.
  • Students checked out after 12:45 PM are counted present for the day but receive and early-out.
  • You must chow picture ID when checking out your child.
  • Report to the 5th Grade Office to sign in or out.
  • No student may be checked out after 2:30 PM. If your child has a late afternoon appointment, you must sign him or her out no later than 2:30 PM.
  • Students who accumulate a combination of three (3) unexcused tardies and/or early-outs in a six weeks will have to make up the time after school at Time Recovery. This occurs on Thursdays from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Lunch And Breakfast

2017- 2018

Adult Charge(SCHOOL PERSONNEL)
Breakfast: $1.50
Lunch - $3.10

FULL COST:
Breakfast : $2.40
Lunch:$4.80

Student Meals 
Breakfast - Full Price : $1.00
                     Reduced Price: .30
Lunch -       Full Price: $2.00
                    Reduced Price .40

Extras: Milk/Juice - .50
Students approved for free or reduced price lunch are approved for free or reduced price breakfast, also. 

Grading Scale

  • 93% - 100% = A
  • 85% - 92% = B
  • 75% - 84% = C
  • 67% - 74% = D
  • 0% - 66% = F

School Uniform Info

The school uniform policy and dress code will require the following colors and styles:

  • Khaki bottoms: pants, jumpers, dresses, shorts, culottes, etc.
  • Solid white or black tops, shirts, blouses, sweaters, etc. Shirts must have a collar (turtle necks are acceptable). No sleeveless blouses, tank tops, muscle shirts, spaghetti straps, or any other revealing shirts are allowed.
  • Any shirt worn under the uniform shirt must also be black or white.
  • If pants or shorts, etc. have belt loops, a black or brown belt must be worn.
  • No designer labels are to be worn on the clothing.
  • No t-shirts will be worn except school spirit shirts.  These shirts are only to be worn on Fridays or other days designated by the Principal.  Khaki bottoms are to be worn with the spirit shirts.
  • Shoe styles are optional.  Backless sandals and shoes that have a heel higher than 1 inch are not permitted.Shoes with laces will be kept tied and near at all times.

Special Notes:

  • Shirts/blouses, t-shirts, and jerseys should be sized appropriately, buttoned, and tucked in at the waist.
  • Hair must be neat, clean, and cut off the eyes. Design, colors, and/or styles that distract from the learning environment and/or students' performance are prohibited. No picks or combs (other than those designed for a hair style) are permitted.
  • Pants/trousers must be sized appropriately, must be of regular ankle length, and have a cuff or hem.They must be worn at the waist (not in a "sagging" manner), and no holes or frays are permitted.
  • No excessively tight or loose pants/trousers are permitted.
  • Cargo pants are not permitted.
  • All clothing must be hemmed.  Length will be no shorter than 3 inches above the knee.
  • Sweaters and sweatshirts should be no longer than hip length.
  • Hoodies must be solid gray, black, or white. Other outer wear that zip or button all the way down may be any color but must be school appropriate.
  • Shorts may be worn, but will be no more than 3 inches above the knee when standing, and must be worn at the waist, and hemmed.
  • Hats/caps of any kind are not allowed at school.
  • Jewelry: Male students may not wear earrings.
  • Sunglasses other than prescription are not permitted.

Students entering school will be allowed a 2 week period to purchase clothing in compliance with the school uniform policy.