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Parent and Student Information

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

Homework Help

Homework Louisiana

2021 Summer Reading

Letter to Parents of Graduates 2021

Cafeteria Funds Transfer Request Form

Cafeteria Funds Refund Request Form

Covid School Map

Parent Tip Sheet

Schedule Change Form

STPPS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

COVID-19 Parent Letter of Assurance
(Parents should print, sign, and have child return on first day of school

Free and Reduced Lunch Application
(Parents should use the link to complete the online application.)

Grab and Go Meals Form
(Parents should use the link to complete the online form.)

Chromebook Use Policy Form
(Parents should print sign and have child return on first day of school, students WILL NOT receive a Chromebook, if the form is not filled out, signed, and on file at the school.)

2020-21 Bell Schedule

District Handbook for Students and Parents

In times of emergency, check the School System Website for up-to-date information. Click on the link to go to


Bell Schedule School Policy History of SHS
Dress Code Homework Requirements
Student Accident Insurance School Calendar Graduation Requirements
Breakfast Menu Student Accident Insurance Plan Extra Curricular Accident Insurance
Lunch Menu ACT Site Anti-Bullying Pamphlet
Mark Events Page Tiger Family Slideshows
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Safe Schools
Energy Conservation Room by Room Internet Safety Information STPSB Transportation Information
Fire Safety School Threat Reporting Form Transcript Request Form
SHS Hall of Fame Student Fees, Fines and Charges Student Handbook

Illnesses & Emergencies

Emergency Cards must be on file in Student Services before any student can check out or be checked out.
Students must sign in at Students Services upon return to school.
Absence Excuses (both doctor and parent notes) must be placed in the box in Student Services with two days of the end of the absence.

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Safe Schools

Safe Schools
The Safe School Hotline number is 1-877-903-7867. Students and parents who have information about a serious or potentially serious school safety concern are urged to call the school principal or the Crimestoppers Safe School Hotline.

Stpps recognized for excellence in school safety and prevention

Crimestoppers has recognized St. Tammany Parish Public Schools for its diligence in student safety with their Excellence in School Safety and Prevention Award. STPPS and Superintendent Trey Folse were honored Thursday at Crimestoppers’ 33rd annual Awards Luncheon in New Orleans.
This award was presented in recognition for STPPS’ 10 years of partnership with the Crimestoppers School Hotline and Prevention programs. An estimated 150,000 STPPS students have received the Crimestoppers training and several hundred tips have been generated. These tips have helped administrators and law enforcement solve countless cases and have helped maintain safe school environments. Every case generated through Crimestoppers has been successfully resolved.
At the luncheon, Superintendent Trey Folse thanked Crimestoppers for the award and said, “We maintain close relationships with law enforcement and organizations like Crimestoppers, and we meet with them regularly to coordinate our school safety efforts. The success and results we have seen working with Crimestoppers over the past 10 years shows the importance of these partnerships.”
Students, parents and community members are encouraged if they see something or hear something unusual to say something. Students are asked to notify an adult or submit the tip anonymously through Crimestoppers by calling 1-877-903-7867. All tips and reports about potential threats are taken seriously and investigated thoroughly with the help of law enforcement.
Crimestoppers operates a Safe School Hotline that allows students to anonymously provide tips or information on safety concerns or crimes. The information provided is routed to the appropriate school administrator or law enforcement with the caller’s identity never being revealed. This empowers students with a safe process to report information to help keep their schools safe.
“The safety of our students is always the top priority in our School System. We are dedicated to doing everything we can to make our schools as safe as possible for our students and staff,” said Superintendent Folse. “We are grateful for our close partnerships with local law enforcement and appreciate the active role all of the agencies have in our schools. This award and the success we have had with Crimestoppers would not be possible without their continued support and incredible dedication to keeping our schools and community safe.”

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