Ascension Public Schools launches its 6th annual prom and graduation safety campaign. Through multi-faceted outreach efforts, high school students are encouraged not to use drugs or alcohol while celebrating prom or graduation.
NIET's top honor, created by Lowell Milken, recognizes Carver's efforts to advance educator effectiveness and student learning
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointment of Jeremy Muse as the new principal of Lake Elementary School, the only K-8 school in the district. "Jeremy has been in education for 18 years. We are very honored and privileged to have him in this leadership role, and I know he is going to be a great Lake Lion," said Superintendent David Alexander.
On Mar. 9, Spanish Lake Primary fourth graders Jillian Vickers and twin sister, Aubree, celebrated their tenth birthday, but double-digits was not the only milestone they enjoyed this year. Jillian recently emerged victorious from an eight-month battle with cancer.
The 2016-17 Teachers of the Year and Principals of the Year were honored by the Ascension Parish School Board at its Tuesday night meeting. Awards were given to one teacher from each school plus one teacher and one principal in each division: primary school, middle school, and high school. The district winners will go on to compete for the 2018 Louisiana Teacher of the Year.
Ascension Public Schools will hold a ribbon cutting for the new school addition at Prairieville Middle School (PVM) this Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. The $15 million project was built in three phases starting 2012 and includes a new cafeteria, kitchen, administration offices and library.
Ascension Public Schools announces the dates for Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten registration will be April 4-8, 2016. Click for specific dates and times listed by school.
Galvez Middle School will return to its home campus on Monday, Mar. 13, 2017. The move-in date comes on the heels of a successful Fire Marshal inspection completed today.
Lake Elementary and St. Amant Primary will move to single sites on Monday, Mar. 6, 2017. That means Lake Elementary will move from host sites Duplessis Primary, Prairieville Middle and the old RPCC campus to temporary facilities on its home campus. Simultaneously, St. Amant Primary will move its PreK through second grades from G.W. Carver Primary to the old RPCC campus so that the entire school is on a single site.