St. Mary Parish Schools

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  • St. Mary Parish Students of the Year Named

    Posted by District at 1/11/2017 3:00:00 PM

    The Students of the Year Award Program is designed to recognize outstanding elementary, middle/junior, and high school students.  This program is an excellent opportunity to recognize students from each parish who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement, leadership ability, and citizenship. 

    The Students of the Year Award Program is sponsored by the Louisiana State Superintendent through the State Department of Education and the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE).  

    Congratulations to the St. Mary Parish winners, who will participate in the regional competition to be held in February: 

    •      5th Grade:  Kate Marie Williams, Berwick Elementary School
    •      8th Grade:  Anna Leleux, Berwick Junior High School
    •      12th Grade:  Nicholas Levergne, Berwick High School

    Congratulations are also extended to all school-level winners:

    • 5th Grade: 
      • Bill Cao, J. S. Aucoin Elementary School
      • Blaze Harrison, Bayou Vista Elementary School
      • Alexis Estay, Centerville Elementary School
      • Christian Lopez, W. P. Foster Elementary School
      • Lillian Berry, M. E. Norman Elementary School
      • Elijah Johnson, Patterson Jr. High School
      • Mason Myers, Raintree Elementary School
      • Brandon Cordero, Wyandotte Elementary School
    • 8th Grade:
      • Ajani Connor, B. E. Boudreaux Middle School
      • Dacie Clinton, Centerville Junior High School
      • Mary Frances Vincent, Morgan City Junior High School
      • Reagan Lindsey, Patterson Junior High School
    • 12th Grade:
      • Michelle Porath, Centerville High School
      • Jennifer Tran, Morgan City High School
      • Matthew Dardeau, Patterson High School
      • Deante’ Gibson, West St. Mary High School
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  • Red Ribbon Committee Announces Slogan Contest

    Posted by District at 1/5/2017 12:00:00 PM

    The St. Mary Parish Red Ribbon Committee is proud to announce that it is now accepting slogan submissions for the 2016–2017 Red Ribbon Week Campaign.  All students in grades 7-12 attending any district school are eligible to compete for the $100 prize. Deadline for submission is Wednesday, February 1, 2017. More information can be found in the Red Ribbon Week Slogan Contest guidelines. 

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  • Students and Employees of the Month Recognized by School Board

    Posted by District at 12/9/2016

    As part of its December 8, 2016, regular meeting, the St. Mary Parish School Board recognized and congratulated to the following individuals:

    • Student of the Month: Bill Cao, 5th Grade (J. S. Aucoin Elementary School)
    • Student of the Month: Deniyajh Madison, 5th Grade (LaGrange Elementary School)
    • Student of the Month:  Lanie Daigle, 12th Grade (Franklin Senior High School)

    • Employee of the Month: Ms. Lisa Durham, Special Education Teacher (J. S. Aucoin Elementary School)
    • Employee of the Month:  Ms. Hilda Adams, Pre-K Paraprofessional (LaGrange Elementary School)
    • Employee of the Month: Mr. Todd Viator, History Teacher/Athletic Director (Franklin Senior High School)
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  • St. Mary Parish Schools Introduce Peachjar E-Flyers

    Posted by District at 9/22/2016


    During the next few weeks, a new Peachjar E-Flyers icon will begin appearing on the homepage of most St. Mary Parish school websites. Peachjar, the leading e-flyer management system in North America, is working with thousands of schools to help digitally distribute school calendars, newsletters, and other important documents that used to be sent home on paper.

    Click here to learn more about Peachjar in St. Mary Parish.

    A parent or guardian can sign-up to receive all school flyers automatically delivered to his or her email address. Parents can opt-in for e-flyers from multiple schools, and the PDF flyers can be viewed on any Internet-connected device. Parents who choose not to register can always access a school's current flyers by clicking the Peachjar icon on the school's homepage.

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  • Additional News Items

    Posted by District at 6/1/2015
    Additional new items can be found on the District News Archive page.
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Superintendent's Welcome

   Welcome to St. Mary Parish Schools
Superintendent Armato
St. Mary Parish is a school district committed to providing a quality education for all students. The district has worked to develop and maintain a reputation as an elite, proactive, and successful school district dedicated to student achievement as its top priority. As superintendent, it is my responsibility to place students at the forefront of all decision-making while supporting teachers with the necessary resources for effective instruction. Working together with stakeholders, my goal is to respect, support, and set high expectations for all employees to ensure a valuable, productive, and safe educational environment.
I personally invite you to discover St. Mary Parish from this virtual environment. In addition to district and school directories, the website provides helpful information such as school board policies, cafeteria menus, bus routes, and links to individual websites for each of our 23 schools. Parents are encouraged to obtain login information from their child’s school to access attendance and class grades through the Student Progress Center. 
Mr. Leonard J. Armato, Superintendent


  • NCSAM (Week 3) and Digital Citizenship Week

    Posted by Susan Dupre at 10/19/2016

    As part of this observation, parents are encouraged to "Take the Pledge" to empower kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully, thus providing young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.

    Here's the pledge: I pledge to empower my kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully. Together, we will provide young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.

    Why take the pledge?  While technology provides increased opportunities for students, there is also a responsibility to teach them about technology's pitfalls so they can avoid them.  If we don't teach our kids, who will?


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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre at 1/13/2016

    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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Character Counts!

  • January 16, 2017 - January 20, 2017

    Posted by Gidget Everitt at 1/13/2017

    For Students:  "We cannot choose how others treat us.  We can only choose how we treat others."  -Shawn Ahmed


    For Staff:  "You are always responsible for how you act no matter how you feel."  -Unknown

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