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Vision Statement: The St. Landry Parish School Board will promote excellence in education for all citizens.

Mission Statement: The mission of the St. Landry Parish School Board is to ensure high quality instruction while working collaboratively with families and communities to maximize every student's potential.

News & Announcements

LEADER IN ME

Congratulations to Highland Elementary! We are on our second year as a LEADER IN ME school! We are Building Leaders Every Day!!! :)
Superintendent's Visit to Highland
August and September Star Students
Grandparents' Day Readers
Grandparents' Day Readers
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day
Grandparents' Day Readers
Ms. Perkins' Kindergarten Class Listening to One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss in Jamaican Patois Style.
Ms. Bergeron's Class celebrating International Literacy Day!
Ms. Bergeron's Class celebrating International Literacy Day!
Ms. Bergeron's Class celebrating International Literacy Day!
Ms. Bergeron's Class celebrating International Literacy Day!
Judge Hoychick and Chief Randy Fontenot giving words of encouragement to Highland's 3rd and 4th Graders.
Mrs. Thomas' first grade class finding Africa on the map after reading an African folk tale,
Mrs. Bellard shared a video about International Literacy Day with her students in the computer lab on International Literacy Day.
Mrs. Monique Smith sharing One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish with her class in Jamaican Patois Style for International Literacy Day.
Mrs. Monique Smith sharing One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish with her class in Jamaican Patois Style for International Literacy Day.
Mrs. Monique Smith sharing One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish with her class in Jamaican Patois Style for International Literacy Day.
For International Literacy Day, Mrs. Lavergne's Pre-K Class enjoyed listening to One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss read in Jamaican Patois Style.  They also got to see pictures of people dressed in Jamaican clothes.
VFW Veterans standing at program
AR students inside state capitol
AR students outside of state capitol
AR students inside state capitol
AR students inside state capitol
Pre-K and weathermen
BHM-Mrs. Whilhite and Mrs. Jordan
BHM-Mrs. Ventress and Pastor Caleb Semien
BHM-Mrs. Ventress and Mrs. Dixon
BHM decor
Mrs. Whilhite reading
Mr. Hayes reading
Mr. Carmen, Ms. Ventress and Mr. Hayes
BHM-Board
Mrs. Ventress and Mrs. Guillory
BHM-Parent Reader
BHM-Parent Reader
Ms. Donatta reading
BHM-Community reader
Mr. Issac reading
Veteran's Day Banner
Student body at VFW program
All veterans seated
Veterans socializing
EHS Band at Veteran's Program
Mrs. Kelsey and student picking a winner
Drug Awareness Demonstration with k-9's
Breast Cancer Survivors
Breast Cancer Contest Winners
Breast Cancer Walk
Students eager to walk
Mrs. Fuselier and former student
Student with Kona Ice
Ms. Frederick's door
Open House
Staff at open house
Searching for their teachers