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Kids are having a blast at our #ebrpss summer camps!

Student campers at @tarahightrojans claiborne.ebr and Woodlawn Middle School enjoyed arts, music, & fun at the summer camps in our parish.

These are some of the summer enrichments provided by the #ebrpss

Some pretty amazing things happened during the 2021-2022 school year! Take a look back with us. #WeAreEBR ...

For this week's "Sincerely, Sito," Dr. Narcisse highlights the importance of Father's Day and the Juneteenth holiday. Additional schoolwide updates are also provided. #WeAreEBR #SincerelySito ...

Happy Father’s Day to all of the fathers and father figures in #ebrpss 💙 ...

Happy #Juneteenth weekend! Juneteenth is usually commemorated on June 19th, which is the date enslaved people in Galveston, Texas became informed by Union soldiers the Civil War was over. Also notable is the fact this notification came nearly two and a half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Today, the holiday is known as Freedom Day and used to celebrate African American culture and influence with emphasis on education and achievement. Various celebratory programs, gatherings and educational initiatives are held worldwide to highlight Juneteenth.

We’re excited to launch the summer reading list with the #ebrpss Division of Literacy!

Students are encouraged to enter into new worlds and learn exciting new things through books! Have your child take a photo of the bingo card on Our Stories, and keep track of the books they read. Post your bingo card once it is completed before July 22, and we’ll reward the first elementary, middle and high school student with a prize!

Summer fun includes reading! EBR Schools’ Summer Reading lists are now available online at Children of all ages can join in on the fun because there are books for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Be on the lookout for more summer reading fun activities all summer long ☀️. #WeAreEBR

Truancy Assessment Service Center commends Dr. Sito Narcisse for collaborating with TASC in their efforts to provide prevention and intervention services to local families. ...

Congrats to these CHANGEMAKERS making a difference in the Baton Rouge community!

Baton Rouge Magnet High School students Alex Wei and Nicole Lin were selected by the YMCA of the Capital Area as project leaders for the YMCA Youth Governors Conference.

The @brmhs_bulldogs students will present their project in Washington, D.C., on how to address a critical issue in the community. If their project is selected, they will receive $5,000 in funding towards the project.

Congrats and good luck, students!