Parents and guardians: Schools and teachers are reaching out to you through several means of communication, including the Remind app and phone calls. Check out the school websites and Facebook pages for information about learning opportunities for your child, scheduling and other areas of support opportunities. You may also enjoy some of the wonderful messages that schools are publishing for the students! We are here to support you! Stay tuned here also. More information is forthcoming.
Click on the link for more information and resources you may need while school is out.
At ABDO, we believe that reading builds minds, as well as hearts. As we adjust to a new normal, we are all finding ways to remain connected with one another. The link below will provide you with access to a few of our favorite series to help young readers learn and connect with the world during this time of social distancing.
The St. Martin Parish School Board will begin accepting Majority to Minority applications for the 2020-2021 school year. The deadline for submitting applications is May 1, 2020. Click on the above link to access the application. The completed form can be scanned and emailed to email@example.com or mailed into the following address:
St. Martin Parish School Board
PO Box 1000
Breaux Bridge La, 70617
Governor John Bel Edwards has extended his March Stay at Home Order issued through APRIL 30. As a result, St. Martin Parish Schools will continue to be closed until that time. We will continue to update you on our website, through calls and on our district Facebook page as further guidance is issued. Check out school Facebook and websites as well for more information specific to your child's school.
Hello CES Family,
I want to start off by saying how much I miss and love all of you! I hope you and your family are well and in good health. You are all in my daily thoughts and prayers.
The CES is staff committed to providing continuity in learning for our students during the extended school closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While we know that these learning activities will never replicate the learning that goes on in the classroom, we hope that continuing education for students during this time will help provide structure and normalcy during this unusual and trying time.
Teachers will post lessons on their website each week and will also have their office hours posted as times they will answer questions or provide support with learning at home. Each student will have daily Reading and Math suggested lessons and 4th and 5th graders may have a Science or Social Studies lesson as well. In addition to the content lessons, ALL students should spend approximately 20 minutes free reading, and devote at least one hour of physical activity/exercise. Students/parents are encouraged to reach out to their respective teachers during their office hours via Remind or email with questions about the daily school work. These lessons will not be for any grades or credit; they are just a resource to help continue the learning at home while we are out of school.
I will be available to parents and students as well if you have any questions. I can be reached daily from 9:00 am - 10:00 am by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 662-807-1779.
Principal, Catahoula Elementary
In response to the current COVID-19 event, pursuant to La. R.S. 23:184.1 the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) will begin issuing sixty (60) day blanket Employment Certificates for employers desiring to employ minors in the State of Louisiana. Employment Certificates issued due to this event shall expire sixty (60) days from the date of issuance. Upon expiration, employers will be required to obtain Employment Certificates as required pursuant to La. R.S. 23:181 et. seq.
Employers desiring to obtain an Employment Certificate pursuant to this memorandum must submit a completed and signed “Application to Employ Minors under 18” along with proof of age to email@example.com. The application can be downloaded from the Louisiana Workforce Commission’s website or by copying and pasting the following web address into your web browser: http://www.laworks.
When the application has been approved, the employer will be notified via email from the LWC Office of Workforce Development. The names of those minors who are approved to work pursuant to the Employment Certificate will also be attached to the email. As indicated, blanket Employment Certificates are effective for a maximum of sixty (60) days. Blanket Employment Certificates are not transferable. Certificates are required to be kept at the minor’s work location.
Any questions or concerns regarding this memorandum should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.