Online Meal Payment Summer Update
Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Mark Kolwe wants to remind everyone that students (Grades PreK - 12) may wear khaki or navy color twill, loose-fitting, knee-length walking shorts to school.
A slight change in the dress code of Outer Garments is... Students may wear heavy coats or jackets of any color or style inside and outside of school classrooms/buildings. If the outer garment is a pullover including sweaters, jackets, vests or windbreakers that do not zip or button from the bottom up, it must be navy, white, or the school-chosen color. Coats, jackets, and/or pullover garments may not have inappropriate insignia, logos, or language. Dusters and trench coats will not be allowed. Jackets or sweatshirts with a hood may be allowed for indoor wear with the stipulation that hoods will be removed upon entering a building. A regulation uniform shirt must be worn under all outerwear. Students will be allowed to wear school-sponsored organization (FFA, BETA, athletic, etc.) jackets, sweatshirts and sweaters inside buildings and classrooms with the stipulation that the garments should be blue, white, or the school chosen color.
DRESS CODE guidelines can be found on pg. 9-10 of the 2016-17 Student & Parent Handbook.
Monday, July 25th through Friday, August 5
July 25-16: Band Leadership Workshop and Camp Preparation
July 27: DCi Field Trip to University of Southern Mississippi (Full Band)
July 28-30 and 1-4 August: BAND CAMP at PHS
August 5 Uniform Fitting Day
Please visit the www.phsmarchingband.com website, for detailed information. Likewise, check your email for important announcements.
The Board has begun implementation of the Alternate Student Assignment Plan approved by U.S. District Court Judge Ivan Lemelle on June 2, 2015. The Alternate Student Assignment Plan is based upon adjustment of attendance zones, grade restructuring, and utilization of existing and new magnet programs. Read full story...