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LPE celebrates Read Across America

read across america

Ms. Tisha, Ms. Lathers and Ms. Brenda celebrate Read Across America...Dr. Seuss style

read across america

LPE Celebrates Read Across America

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Latoya Session-St. John the Baptist Parish Middle School Teacher of the Year

district teacher of the year recognition

Ms. Leanne LeBeouf and Ms. Latoya Session-LPE Elementary and Middle School Teacher of the Year

District teacher of year and principal

Dr. Lawson and St. John Parish Middle School Teacher of the Year...Ms. Latoya Session

Regional Science Fair

LPE Scholars at the NSU Regional Science Fair

Ms. Chapman

Ms. Chapman's kindergarten class completing experiments learning about capacity.

LPE 2022 Teachers of the Year

LPE 2022 Teachers of the Year- Leanne Leboeuf and Latoya Session

LPE 5th Grade Student of the Year-Lauren Smothers

LPE 5th Grade Student of the Year-Lauren Smothers

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Coach Hilaire rewarding scholars with PBIS tickets

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First Day of School- Safety First

First Day-Superintendent Visit

First Day of School- Dr. Hookfin

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LPE 2021-2022 Faculty

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volleyball camp
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Our Mission:

A Top 10
School District
in 5 Years

Covid 19 FAQ for Parents

Omicron is a highly contagious Covid-19 virus. Symptoms are similar to the common cold and include headache, cough, congestion, runny nose, and fatigue. Other symptoms can include fever, nausea, diarrhea, loss of taste and/or smell, body aches, shortness of breath and/or chest pains. If your child is experiencing shortness of breath and/or chest pains, please seek emergency medical care immediately. St. John the Baptist School Board will follow the recommended 5-day isolation and quarantine periods (FAQ attached in English and Spanish)
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Core Beliefs

SJBP will work “As One” to become a Top Ten School District by challenging all stakeholders to become actively involved in the teaching and learning process to promote student achievement and a culture of lifelong learners.

All stakeholders will become active participants in creating an environment that ensures all students acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, and behaviors for success.

All students will be equipped with the necessary skills to become productive citizens and compete in the global economy.