We are EBR

Dedicated to every student, in every community, in every class, every day.

Upcoming Events

Check Out Our instagram

Our Child Nutrition Heroes are here for the Summer🌞

EBRP Child Nutrition Program is honored to feed the students in our community during the summer break. Let CNP serve you this summer by going to www.ebrschools.org/child-nutrition to get connected to summer meal kits!

Need more? listen to the Off The Clock Podcast: EBRPSS - Divison of Human Resources on YouTube!

Our Child Nutrition Heroes are here for the Summer🌞

EBRP Child Nutrition Program is honored to feed the students in our community during the summer break. Let CNP serve you this summer by going to www.ebrschools.org/child-nutrition to get connected to summer meal kits!

Need more? listen to the Off The Clock Podcast: EBRPSS - Divison of Human Resources on YouTube!
...

Members of the LSU men's basketball team, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, School Board members and other community leaders will be reading Saturday at Barnes and Noble as part of the East Baton Rouge School Board's Back to School Book Drive. 

Mayor Broome will read at 11:30 a.m. at the Barnes and Noble Corporate Boulevard location, while the LSU team will be reading at 1:30 p.m. at Perkins Rowe. Saturday's event is part of the June Book Drive, which encourages residents, local businesses and organizations to donate new and gently used books suitable for K-12 students.

Other notable readers scheduled for Saturday:
State Rep. Vanessa LaFleur, 11 a.m., Corporate.
Interim School Superintendent Adam Smith, 11 a.m., Perkins Rowe.
School Board President Carla Powell Lewis, 11:15 a.m., Corporate; and 1:15 p.m., Perkins Rowe.
School Board Vice President Patrick Martin, 11:15 a.m.; and 11:30 a.m., Perkins Rowe.
Council member Carolyn Coleman, noon, Corporate.
Former state Rep. Ted James, 12:15 p.m., Corporate.
School Board member Mark Bellue, 1:15 p.m., Corporate.

Members of the LSU men`s basketball team, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, School Board members and other community leaders will be reading Saturday at Barnes and Noble as part of the East Baton Rouge School Board`s Back to School Book Drive.

Mayor Broome will read at 11:30 a.m. at the Barnes and Noble Corporate Boulevard location, while the LSU team will be reading at 1:30 p.m. at Perkins Rowe. Saturday`s event is part of the June Book Drive, which encourages residents, local businesses and organizations to donate new and gently used books suitable for K-12 students.

Other notable readers scheduled for Saturday:
State Rep. Vanessa LaFleur, 11 a.m., Corporate.
Interim School Superintendent Adam Smith, 11 a.m., Perkins Rowe.
School Board President Carla Powell Lewis, 11:15 a.m., Corporate; and 1:15 p.m., Perkins Rowe.
School Board Vice President Patrick Martin, 11:15 a.m.; and 11:30 a.m., Perkins Rowe.
Council member Carolyn Coleman, noon, Corporate.
Former state Rep. Ted James, 12:15 p.m., Corporate.
School Board member Mark Bellue, 1:15 p.m., Corporate.
...

Meet another valuable member of our exceptional EBR Schools team. #WeAreEBR #ebrschools @WeAreEBRTEAM

Meet another valuable member of our exceptional EBR Schools team. #WeAreEBR #ebrschools @WeAreEBRTEAM ...

The 2023 Milken Educator Award recipients were lauded during a recent three-day national forum in Los Angeles. Included in that number was Derrick Winn, a math and science teacher at Crestworth Elementary School. Winn learned of his Milken honor in February during a surprise assembly at Crestworth. At the forum, he was among those receiving the $25,000 prize from Milken Educator Awards founder Lowell Milken and Milken Family Foundation co-founder and President Mike Milken.

For the 2023-24 school year, 68 Milken Educators received the awards as part of the Milken Family Foundation’s journey to the 3,000th Milken Educator. 2024 will reach $75 million in individual financial prizes spanning the length of the initiative and more than $144 million invested in the Milken Educator Award national network overall.

The theme for this year's forum was "Unleashing Educator Leaders."
Recipients met with veteran Milken Educators and education leaders from across the country to begin their lifetime membership to the national Milken Educator network.

Learn more about the Milken Family Foundation at MFF.org.

The 2023 Milken Educator Award recipients were lauded during a recent three-day national forum in Los Angeles. Included in that number was Derrick Winn, a math and science teacher at Crestworth Elementary School. Winn learned of his Milken honor in February during a surprise assembly at Crestworth. At the forum, he was among those receiving the $25,000 prize from Milken Educator Awards founder Lowell Milken and Milken Family Foundation co-founder and President Mike Milken.

For the 2023-24 school year, 68 Milken Educators received the awards as part of the Milken Family Foundation’s journey to the 3,000th Milken Educator. 2024 will reach $75 million in individual financial prizes spanning the length of the initiative and more than $144 million invested in the Milken Educator Award national network overall.

The theme for this year`s forum was "Unleashing Educator Leaders."
Recipients met with veteran Milken Educators and education leaders from across the country to begin their lifetime membership to the national Milken Educator network.

Learn more about the Milken Family Foundation at MFF.org.
...

Meet another valuable member of our exceptional EBR Schools team. #WeAreEBR #ebrschools @WeAreEBRTEAM

Meet another valuable member of our exceptional EBR Schools team. #WeAreEBR #ebrschools @WeAreEBRTEAM ...

We recognize our #WeAreEBR team this week, featuring Keycha Bates of Crestworth Early Learning Center. Thank you, Keycha for your dedication to EBR Schools and early childhood education. 😁🍎

We recognize our #WeAreEBR team this week, featuring Keycha Bates of Crestworth Early Learning Center. Thank you, Keycha for your dedication to EBR Schools and early childhood education. 😁🍎 ...

Cognia, the non-profit organization hired by the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board to facilitate a series of superintendent search committee meetings, has released their engagement report.

You can read the full report by going to ebrschools.org, or type the link: https://bit.ly/EBRCogniaReport24

Cognia, the non-profit organization hired by the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board to facilitate a series of superintendent search committee meetings, has released their engagement report.

You can read the full report by going to ebrschools.org, or type the link: https://bit.ly/EBRCogniaReport24
...

Spotlight

Due to the potential for severe inclement weather, East Baton Rouge Parish Schools campuses and offices are closed Wednesday, April 10, 2024, and all activities will be canceled.

Please stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.