St. Charles Public Schools ready for 2018-19
LULING — St. Charles Parish Public Schools has been at the forefront of education and a leader among public schools in Louisiana since the mid 1970s.
Led by Superintendent Felecia Gomez-Walker and eight school board members, the school system is home to more than 9,800 students and 1,700 employees.
Fifteen schools and six centers serve the community of St. Charles Parish with classes ranging from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, early head start and head start, adult education and community education.
The close knit community of St. Charles Parish takes pride in its Triple “A” school system focused on academics, athletics and the arts and its rich history, which is evident through its commitment with 94 percent of students in the area attending St. Charles Parish Public Schools.
Our students and staff have been honored with numerous awards on the local, state and national levels, and the district continues to be ranked among the top in the state.
The district is excited to start the 2018-2019 school year. The summer was a busy one with many teachers and staff members participating in professional development and trainings.
The buildings have been cleaned, buses inspected, building improvements made, and instructional materials and textbooks purchased.
The school system welcomes you to visit at any time to view the great things taking place in classrooms and across the district. This school year promises to be a great one.
For more information on St. Charles Parish Public Schools, visit the district’s website at www.stcharles.k12.la.us, follow on Facebook and Twitter, or download the district’s mobile app.”
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