Important Messages for Aug. 28, 2016
The following are important updates regarding flood recovery. Please scroll down for all information.
CAMPUS TRAFFIC PLANS
The folowing are campus traffic plans developed in consultation with engineers. Details about these plans were communicated to parents by each school.
SORRENTO PRIMARY UPDATE
Abatement and sterilization of Sorrento Primary took place this past Friday and Saturday after the presence of mold was detected in some parts of the campus. The school passed environmental quality inspection and is safe for students and staff to return on Monday. Please note, this campus did not take on flood waters but sat without power for several days while surrounded by water.
SPANISH LAKE PRIMARY UPDATE
Spanish Lake Primary’s sewer plant is still under flood waters. It currently operates, but not efficiently enough to support all 800+ students. Two air conditioned portable restroom trailers are on the campus for students to use until the water recedes. Rest assured, this is a safe and clean option that is large enough to fully accommodate all students.
The Ascension Public Schools Temporary Education Plan for Impacted Schools is available online. This plan details how students at the schools currently under remediation for flood waters will be able continue their education at alternate locations.
A second special video message from Superintendent David Alexander about Ascension Public Schools flood recovery efforts.
The following are important updates regarding flood recovery. Please scroll down for all information including how to obtain information and enroll in the district's online virtual education program.
A special video message from Superintendent David Alexander about Ascension Public Schools flood recovery efforts.
Yesterday, we released our Flood Recovery Temporary Education Plan and a detailed campus status report by school. Below are important messages and timelines that you need to be aware of as we approach Monday.
Ascension Public Schools will reopen in a two-step phase as the district continues to recover from flooding. All employees will report to work on Wednesday, Aug. 24. Students attending schools in Donaldsonville will return on Wednesday, Aug. 24. All other students will return on Monday, Aug. 29, as the district finalizes a plan to accommodate the 5,000 students displaced from five affected campuses.