The 2019 Support Employees of the Year were recognized by the Ascension Parish School Board at its May 21 meeting. Awards were given to one support employee from each school plus one outstanding employee in each division: primary school, elementary/middle school and high school.
Donaldsonville High School's graduation ceremony this Friday will be live video streamed on the Ascension Public Schools YouTube page by Hometown Productions, Inc. Families and friends of the 2019 graduates that cannot attend the ceremony will be able to watch the event live online at https://www.youtube.com/c/ascensionpublicschools. This means that all four high school ceremonies this week will be broadcast live online.
EATEL will live video stream graduation ceremonies for Dutchtown High School, East Ascension High School and St. Amant High School this week. Families and friends of the 2019 graduates that cannot attend the ceremonies will be able to watch the event live on EATEL's YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/eatel01.
Ascension Public Schools contributes $421 million annually to the local economy, increases property values, and is the top factor in parish population growth according to a recent study by Louisiana State University's Economics and Policy Research Group.
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointments of Honey Lundin as Principal of Sorrento Primary School and Yvette Langlois as Assistant Principal of Lakeside Primary School.
Teachers and staff at the 27 Ascension Public Schools, plus programs and offices will be treated to jambalaya on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, courtesy of the Ascension Parish School Board and sponsors Louisiana Seafood and Veron Sausage. Part of Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week, the sausage and seafood jambalaya will be prepared at the Jambalaya Festival Association (JFA) Kitchen by the 2013 World Champion and 2016 World Champion of Champions (and school board member) Scott Duplechein and school board member John DeFrances.
Dutchtown High School Principal Carli Francois is a Semifinalist for Louisiana High School Principal of the Year. This is the fifth year in a row that Ascension Public Schools has a principal in the running for the state's top honor.
The four high schools in Ascension Public Schools are implementing a new online and mobile app system to process medical records for student-athletes. Healthy Roster will provide parents, coaches, athletic trainers and physicians the ability to quickly and efficiently communicate about injuries and treatment plans for the over 2,500 high school athletes in Ascension Parish.
Ascension Public Schools announces the appointments of Eve Frederic as an Instructional Supervisor, Brandie Edwards as the Assistant Principal of Bullion Primary School and Caryn Vincent as the Assistant Principal of Duplessis Primary School.