The St. Tammany Parish Public School System is starting back up next week for the 2020-2021 school year. STPPS shares some frequently asked questions, including information about student grab-&-go meals.
When will school start?
The start of the school year has been delayed until after Labor Day. Students will begin September 8-11 in a staggered approach with “Safe Start Days” where one-fourth of students will report to school each day based on the first letter of their last name. On September 14, students will begin their regular school schedule, whether it is distance learning, hybrid, or in-person at that time. All 56 schools including the STPPS Virtual School will follow this calendar. To view our updated 2020-2021 school year calendar, click here.
Where can I learn more about the STPPS Virtual School?
To learn more about the STPPS Virtual School, visit www.stpsb.org/virtual.
How do I register my child for the STPPS Virtual School or a traditional brick-and-mortar school?
Students enrolling in STPPS for the first time and students transferring to the Virtual School from another STPPS school can register online.
Can I register my child for the STPPS Virtual School after the deadline?
Yes. Students can be registered after the deadline.
Read more FAQ’s from STPPS here: http://www.stpsb.org/coronavirus/faq.html
Grab-&-Go Meals Available for Virtual & Hybrid Students
Drive-thru pick up of Grab & Go meals will be available for students enrolled in the STPPS Virtual School and students in the hybrid model on days they are not on campus in person and are participating in distance learning at home. At this time, under Louisiana Phase 2, students enrolled in traditional brick-and-mortar schools in grades 6-12 would be in the hybrid learning model.
Parents/caregivers MUST complete and submit a meal consent form for each child and select a pick-up location prior to picking up Grab & Go meals for the first time.
Read more here: http://www.stpsb.org/childnutrition/grab&go.htm
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