Ascension Public Schools announces the appointments of new school leaders. Hope Gautreau is the new Principal of Ascension Head Start; Matthew Geraci is the new Principal of Prairieville Middle School; and Adrina Million is the new Assistant Principal of Donaldsonville Primary School.
Donaldsonville High School (DHS) announces the creation of new athletic logos for the Tigers. DHS and Ascension Public Schools worked with Torch Creative to design custom, professional logos unique to the school.
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointments of school and district leaders. Edith Walker is the district's new Chief Instructional Director; Dina Davis is the district's new Director of Middle Schools; Christina Carter is the new Associate Principal of St. Amant High School; and Valerie Hall is the new Assistant Principal of St. Amant High School.
Central Middle School (CMS) was named a state winner in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Over 2,000 public schools submitted entries into the competition which were narrowed to 300 state finalists from across the country.
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointment of Martha Mendoza Babin as the new Principal of G.W. Carver Primary School. Babin will assume the new leadership position in January when current Principal Rhonda Gillard becomes Principal of Bluff Ridge Primary School.
Ascension Public Schools announces the 2019-20 Students of the Year for fifth, eighth, and twelfth grades. These outstanding students will be recognized at the Dec. 3, 2019, Ascension Parish School Board meeting, and the district winner will be name at that time.
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointment of leaders for two new schools. Rhonda Gillard will be Principal of Bluff Ridge Primary School, and Matthew Monceaux will be Principal of Bluff Middle School.
The Ascension Parish School Board will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Bullion Primary School on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 at 6 p.m.
Students in Ascension Public Schools continue to make academic gains as evidenced in today's release of the 2018-19 School Performance Scores (SPS) by the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE). As a result of these gains, Ascension Parish maintains its "A" rating with a District Performance Score of 92.3 and is the largest school district in the state to earn an "A" rating. Ascension is also the top district in the state for student academic growth with a 101.9 Progress Index for Grades K-12.