Phillips 66 has awarded LaGrange High School a $100,000 grant to update the school’s Science Department. The enhancements will promote more hands-on learning for students and provide teachers with valuable resources for classroom instruction. In addition to the grant, Phillips 66 employees will volunteer time at the school to assist with experiments and talk with students about career opportunities in industry.
T.S. Cooley (5, selective enrollment) and Vincent Settlement (12, open enrollment) elementary schools placed on the lists of Louisiana's top 25 public schools for 2014. The lists' rankings are based on the 2014 school performance scores. We would like to say congratulations to everyone at T.S Cooley and Vincent Settlement for their hard work and dedication to academic excellence.
Registration is now open to all CPSB employees for the 2nd annual CPSB From the Classroom to a 5K run and fun walk. Register online now at the following link: http://goo.gl/uUJ88r
New state law prohibits the use of cellphones (wireless telecommunication devices) while operating a motor vehicle in active school zones. Prohibited use includes engaging in a call; writing, sending or reading a text-based communication; or accessing, reading or posting to a social networking site. Please take notice of the new “Hands-Free Zone” signs in school zones, and please continue to exercise caution while traveling through school zones.
Elementary ELA Unit 2 book sets are now on display for review at the CPSB central office located at 3310 Broad Street, Lake Charles. The public is welcome to read the books on-site and leave comments for the district’s curriculum team to review. Unit 3 will be on display in the coming weeks, with unit 4 to follow. Please see the following information for a list of each unit's books.
As the election season approaches, it is essential for schools to review district policies and guidelines on political activities. Please take a moment to read the following information. For question on permissible political activities, contact the Public Information Office (337-217-4180 ext. 2510 or email@example.com)
4:45 PM CPSB Meeting
4:45 PM CPSB Meeting
4:45 PM A&P Committee Meeting