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619 Sixth Street/P.O. Box 1230   |   Alexandria, La 71309   |   Phone: 318-487-0888   |  Fax: 318 449-3167
Hours of Operation M-F 7:30 am - 4:00 pm  Directions 
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Questions about our website email or call Ranay Lozada - (318) 449-8627 Ext 213

Events

Sep 05 2016
12:00AM
Labor Day Holiday

Holiday for all Students/Faculty and Staff

Sep 06 2016
05:00PM -
RPSB Board Meeting

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Message from our Superintendent

Tauthement

As superintendent of schools, I’d like to welcome you to the start of the 2016-2017 school year. As we continue to meet the challenge of improving the quality of our school system, creating school and classroom environments that are conducive to learning is critical to our success. This can only be accomplished through an unwavering commitment to high expectations and standards for every child.

The district’s vision to ensure that all students are prepared for success in college and career requires that we have an effective teacher in every classroom and that students are actively engaged in learning. Also, with higher academic standards and the pace of daily classroom instruction, it is imperative that students are in attendance on a regular basis. This focus has led to unprecedented levels of improved academic achievement over the past three years.

For parents, we strongly encourage you to cultivate a cooperative relationship with the teacher(s) of your child/children, as we know that when parents are involved in the education of their children, the chance of success is significantly increased. By working together, we can create a future filled with hope for every child in our school system as we prepare them for success in the 21st century workplace.

Nason Authement
Superintendent
Rapides Parish School Board

Teachers plan to give love, support and school supplies

TOWNTALK, , (318) 487-6354

A group of Rapides elementary teachers want to promote "Peace, Love and Summer Fun" with an event by that name this Saturday. Pam Walker of W.O. Hall Elementary and Sara Pilcher from D.F. Huddle Elementary were among a handful of teachers stuffing backpacks with school supplies Thursday morning. They are part of the unofficial planning committee that decided a couple of weeks ago to organize a last hurrah for Rapides students and their families. It is planned for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Big Island Field in Alexandria. Besides giving out free backpacks and other prizes, the teachers have planned live music, food and activities.  Click here to read entire article @ The TownTalk

Oak Hill FFA members, ag students fundraising for new 3D carver through "Inventables"

OAKHILLTECHALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - For some schools, new and improved technology is a given. However, others have to do the fundraising work themselves to get the state of the art products. Source: KALB
In the agriculture department at Oak Hill High School in Elmer, everything is all about being hands-on.
"It brings in the science, the technology the engineering aspects into a real world setting,” said Jeremy Parker, who teaches agriculture at the school.
When Parker was researching different products to bring into his department, he found out about "Inventables." a nationwide company whose C.E.O., Zachary Kaplan, said he hopes to bring a 3D carver into every school in the nation within the next ten years.  - View entire report @Kalb

Rapides schools will take steps to become more 'student centered'

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If 21st century students' worlds have changed, should their classrooms?

Many Rapides administrators and educators would argue "yes." So would proponents of "student-centered classrooms," a term about to become especially familiar to local middle-schools.

The Rapides Parish School District will offer extra training and resources to middle-school classrooms and educators this coming year through its "SCALE UP" initiative recommended by Rapides Superintendent Nason "Tony" Authement and his administration. SCALE stands for student-centered academic learning environments, which is what district officials hope to transition all classrooms to eventually. Read entire article @THE TOWNTALK

 

 

      
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619 Sixth Street/P.O. Box 1230   |   Alexandria, La 71309   |   Phone: 318-487-0888   |  Fax: 318 449-3167

Hours of Operation M-F 7:30 am - 4:00 pm  Directions
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**CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS FOR RAPIDES PARISH SCHOOL BOARD IS SUPT. NASON AUTHEMENT.
ALL PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO MR. NASON AUTHEMENT.**  

Rapides Parish School System is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for employment on the basis of qualifications without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex or handicapping condition. As provided by federal law, applicants may request accommodations in order to complete the application or to take any required employment test.
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