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—Golda Meir

SHS Office Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 3:45 pm (Covid Notice)

STPPS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
ALL Slidell High School activities are cancelled for the 2019-20 schoolyear.


Textbook Return Information

Textbook return will be on Tuesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 28 from 9am-5pm in the front circle of Slidell High School. 
If you cannot make it during these times, please use the book drop by the library (see below).

book drop off

book drop off

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Class of 2020- Information for Seniors

SLIDELL HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR DRIVE THROUGH
If you did not participate in the senior parade held on Monday, 05/04/20, and/or did not receive a senior sign (poster), you may stop by the school’s front office starting on Monday, May 11th from 10am to 2pm to receive one.

Address to Seniors from Mr. Percy:

Senior Trip: Seniors- Please login to Moodle to complete the senior trip refund form.

Graduation Speech Requirements- 2020 information from Mrs. Rotolo

Calling all Slidell High Seniors-04/15/20:  Even though school may be out, senior broadcasters are still hoping to finish the Class of 2020 Senior Slideshow to document this crazy senior year experience for you, and they need your help.  Send your quarantine pictures to TigerNewsNetwork412@gmail.comThanks and GO TIGERS!

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  • Senior Parade- Congratulations Class of 2020 (The one with the Pandemic!) Senior Parade- Congratulations Class of 2020 (The one with the Pandemic!) Senior Parade- Congratulations Class of 2020 (The one with the Pandemic!)
  • Varsity Cheer Challenge-The Covid Cheer! Varsity Cheer Challenge-The Covid Cheer! Varsity Cheer Challenge-The Covid Cheer!
  • Students who participated in Words with Tigers. Students who participated in Words with Tigers. Students who participated in Words with Tigers.
  • SHS students had the opportunity to visit the Northshore Technical Community College to see the different programs available for continuing education. SHS students had the opportunity to visit the Northshore Technical Community College to see the different programs available for continuing education. SHS students had the opportunity to visit the Northshore Technical Community College to see the different programs available for continuing education.
  • Ms. Tarleton's students created projects describing which novel they would want to save if they lived in a society like the one in Fahrenheit 451 (where books are outlawed). Ms. Tarleton's students created projects describing which novel they would want to save if they lived in a society like the one in Fahrenheit 451 (where books are outlawed). Ms. Tarleton's students created projects describing which novel they would want to save if they lived in a society like the one in Fahrenheit 451 (where books are outlawed).
  • Mrs. Mayfield's students were trying to calculate the price of their grocery list using coupons, sales tax, and discount. Mrs. Mayfield's students were trying to calculate the price of their grocery list using coupons, sales tax, and discount. Mrs. Mayfield's students were trying to calculate the price of their grocery list using coupons, sales tax, and discount.
  • Students handled birds to determine their structural characteristics that allow them to produce more eggs and created an adequate dietary plan for then in the future! Students handled birds to determine their structural characteristics that allow them to produce more eggs and created an adequate dietary plan for then in the future! Students handled birds to determine their structural characteristics that allow them to produce more eggs and created an adequate dietary plan for then in the future!
  • The engineering class made holiday floats and put on a Christmas parade for the students. The engineering class made holiday floats and put on a Christmas parade for the students. The engineering class made holiday floats and put on a Christmas parade for the students.
  • Mary Ardoin- Academic All-State Swimming Mary Ardoin- Academic All-State Swimming Mary Ardoin- Academic All-State Swimming
  • 2019 SHS Tiger Football! 2019 SHS Tiger Football! 2019 SHS Tiger Football!
  • Mr. Grant's class visited a local company that builds Mardi Gras floats. Mr. Grant's class visited a local company that builds Mardi Gras floats. Mr. Grant's class visited a local company that builds Mardi Gras floats.
  • Slidell High AG and Shop students learning some industrial skills – running the Jackhammer. Slidell High AG and Shop students learning some industrial skills – running the Jackhammer. Slidell High AG and Shop students learning some industrial skills – running the Jackhammer.
  • Biology I students working on claim, evidence, reasoning skills to explain evolution by means of natural seletion. Biology I students working on claim, evidence, reasoning skills to explain evolution by means of natural seletion. Biology I students working on claim, evidence, reasoning skills to explain evolution by means of natural seletion.
  • The gang from 713 is super cute! The gang from 713 is super cute! The gang from 713 is super cute!
  • 5th Hall 510 Stompers: WOOT! 5th Hall 510 Stompers: WOOT! 5th Hall 610 Stompers: WOOT!
  • SHS Prostart team at the Wild Game Cook Off- Congratulations on your 1st Place Win!!! SHS Prostart team at the Wild Game Cook Off- Congratulations on your 1st Place Win!!! SHS Prostart team at the Wild Game Cook Off- Congratulations on your 1st Place Win!!!!
  • SHS Faculty & Staff who are also Alumni of SHS SHS Faculty & Staff who are also Alumni of SHS SHS Faculty & Staff who are also Alumni of SHS
  • Tiger Pride hard at work! Tiger Pride hard at work! Tiger Pride hard at work!
  • Future broadcasters Future broadcasters Future broadcasters
  • CIW Web Design student have lofty plans for the future! CIW Web Design student have lofty plans for the future! CIW Web Design student have lofty plans for the future!
  • Coach Lebo with his new baby fawn. Coach Lebo with his new baby fawn. Coach Lebo with his new baby fawn.
  • FFA Officers Retreat FFA Officers Retreat FFA Officers Retreat
  • STPSB: Leading the Way! STPSB: Leading the Way! STPSB: Leading the Way!
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SHS Office Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 3:45 pm (Covid Notice)
In times of emergency, check the School System Website for up-to-date information. Click on the link at the bottom of this page to go to www.stpb.org.


News @ SHS

Cheerleading- Tryouts are officially over (5/20/20)

Operation Spark Virtual Summer Course
Want to learn how to code and create your own video games?
Operation Spark's High School to high wage program provides technical training in computer programming for high school students.

This summer, the St. Tammany Parish Public School System will offer a VIRTUAL Fundamentals in Software Development course to sophomores, juniors, and seniors taught by an Operation Spark software engineer. Tuition is free. The class will take place virtually from May 27 through June 26, 2020, from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Space is limited.

Students will..
- Earn course credit, and
- an Industry-Based Credential; and
- Receive career training

Interested students..

For course sign-up information, please visit the flyer posted on the school website.

Senior Trip: (03/30/20) Due to recent school closures the senior trip to Orlando, Fl has been cancelled. Seniors- Please login to Moodle to complete the senior trip refund form.

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Online Classroom Computer & Moodle Access: Student Help
*Click Here for Identity Help-Sheet*

Students must be sure to update their Rapid Identity account to ensure their ability to login to their Moodle online classrooms.

Rapid Identity:  https://identity.stpsb.org

Students:  Please use the above link to visit the Identity site to reset forgotten passwords.  You will be asked 2 of the 3 challenge questions that you chose when setting up your Identity account.

Your username is your student ID number (can be found on student ID).

For further assistance, please e-mail your librarian, Mrs. Macalusojennifer.macaluso@stpsb.org
*** e-mails will be responded to within 24 hours***

STPSB Help Desk:  985-898-6416

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Slidell High School Sign Song Project performed by the SHS American Sign Language Classes- https://youtu.be/bYGDlKGEW1o

MLK Essay for the Ministerial Alliance of Greater St. Tammany Winner- Congratulations to Amielillion Davis for her 1st place prize!

SHS Nimitz Virtual Reality Experience

Attention Parents of Incoming Freshmen: Click here to read the letter from Mr. Percy regarding scheduling and orientation.

Congratulations to Slidell High’s 2019-20 Teacher of the Year Caleb Peterson! Caleb is an excellent choice to represent our OUTSTANDING faculty. As a physical science teacher and our head powerlifting coach, Mr. Peterson always goes above and beyond in mentoring our students. His positive, faith driven attitude is infectious and he always puts the needs of our students first! As an outstanding teacher, coach, father and husband, he is a great ROLE MODEL for all of our students. We are so PROUD of you Mr. Peterson! Congratulations!

Lanyards & Agendas: Agenda & lanyards may be purchased from the following teachers during Tiger Family or in-between classes:
Blondeau—Rm. 107 | Tarleton—Rm. 304 | Garrett—Rm. 514 | Yelnick—Rm. 606

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Useful Links

Black History Month @ SHS
Computer Lab Schedule: Teacher Link
SHS Reading & Supply Lists Page
STPSB Supply Lists

Exam: Fall | Spring
Scholarships

Rapid Identity:Reset your Password
STPSB Fast Facts
SHS Fast Facts
Senior Class Information

Membership Application for the Special Education Advisory Council


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