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  • Graduation Information

    There will be a graduation ceremony for the 2020 seniors.

    CPSB and DeQuincy High are making preparations for the 2019-2020 graduation ceremonies under multiple scenarios for our current circumstances.

    Once definitive timelines are available and we have received guidance from the Louisiana Department of Education, we will release all graduation details to you. Thank you for your support.

    Office of Motor Vehicles Enrollment Verification

    Due to the Office of Motor Vehicles being closed until May 10, Enrollment Verification Forms will not be available.

    Counseling Online Services

    If you would like to speak with a school counselor, you may email counselors.info@cpsb.org.

    The following resources are provided in partnership with The United Way of Southwest Louisiana.

    211 Resource Database

    211 Resource Database is a free service that is available 24/7, 365 days a year that connects parents to information and referral services available in our area.

    At this time, SWLA United Way has partnered with the Louisiana Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control to provide up-to-date COVID-19 information to the public through the 211 service

    211 Resource Database may be accessed in 3 different formats:

    • Dial 2-1-1
    • Text 898- 211
    • Go to unitedwayswla.org and click on 211 online

     

    833 TXT TEEN (Help for Ages 13-22)

    Crisis Intervention Specialists are available to provide emotional support, information and/or referrals to community resources and crisis intervention. Send a text to 833-TXT-TEEN (833-898-8336) to access.

    Crisis Chat

    Crisis Chat is for ANYONE who is going through a hard time, having thoughts about suicide, or just needs to talk. Crisis Intervention Specialists are ready to listen, provide emotional support and help you cope. Visit https://unitedwayswla.org/crisischat.

    Employment Certificates for Minors

    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 laborprograms@lwc.la.gov.  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.net/Downloads/WFD/MinorApplicationToEmployForm.pdf.  

    Incomplete applications will not be processed. Employers should allow three (3) days for processing.

    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 laborprograms@lwc.la.gov

    Mission and Vision

    Mission: Developing higher educational standards for all students.

    Vision: DeQuincy High School, in partnership with all stakeholders and the community, will strive to produce a well-rounded, four year graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter college and/or the workforce.

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