In this week's edition of #SincerelySito, Dr. Narcisse gives an update on our Adopt an Elf campaign and how you can support students in our district who are the most in need. Updates are also provided for district events. #WeAreEBR...
We adopted all of our elves for the "Adopt an Elf" campaign! And it's all because of YOU!
We are so grateful for all the love and support you showed for our #ebrpss students needing extra holiday cheer. We will be hard at work with Santa working in Santa’s workshop to ensure all students receive their gifts before the holidays.
Based on the latest weather forecasts and guidance from state and local agencies, Superintendent Sito Narcisse has announced that the East Baton Rouge Parish School System will cancel all after-school activities today, Nov. 29. All schools will have regular dismissal with buses maintaining regularly scheduled routes.
It is vital that we remain vigilant and cautious regarding the safety of our students and staff. The district is still actively monitoring the storm system, and updates will be provided if the situation changes. Please stay tuned to local news outlets and our social media channels for more information....
This #givingtuesday, donate to a child in need. Our Adopt an Elf campaign gives to children in need in #ebrpss and provides holiday cheer to families who need extra holiday magic. Check out our site to give to a child today!...
This week, Superintendent Narcisse reflects on all the efforts in EBR schools that deserve such sincere gratitude this Thanksgiving. And as our students and families are the foundation of our mission, we share our thanks for them and with them. And we hear what they are thankful for, as we all look forward to a joyous holiday season and even greater success as we enter the new year. #SincerelySito #WeAreEBR...
In this week's 'Sincerely Sito,' we honor veterans who've dedicated their lives to keeping us safe and free. In addition, we talk with the Liberty High School instructor and students, who share their thoughts on the national holiday.
Yesterday, #ebrpss held a #veteransday program at Jefferson Terrace Academy to honor the men and women who fought for our country. @tarahightrojans JROTC presented the color guards, while @brmhs_bulldogs band performed.
Thank you to everyone who made yesterday possible.
We salute our veterans for their services and commitment to keeping us safe. 🇺🇸 ❤️ 🤍💙...
Today, we celebrated #ebrpss with Jason Learning and the School Superintendents Association as we showcased the district's work.
Several superintendents from across the nation came to Baton Rouge to see our programs and initiatives in EBRPSS. Supt. Sito Narcisse was joined with #ebrpss board member president, President Tateman, Mayor-President Sharon Weston-Broome, and deans of LSU Coast & Environmental Department and the Human Sciences & Education Dr. D’Elia and Dr. Roland Mitchell.
The LSU Coast & Environmental Department and the Human Sciences & Education joined the EBRPSS Department of Academics to highlight some of the #ebrpss programs.
These include Focus Choice schools and Pathways to Bright Futures. Dr. Sito Narcisse said that the keys to success are early childhood education, kindergarten readiness, third-grade reading level, middle school transition, and Pathways to Bright Futures.
He stated, “You must build a structure to help build our community.”
Thank you to our partners who helped make this event possible....
EBRPSS has been awarded a grant to help our students achieve their educational goals!
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is giving the "Research and Development Partnerships for Math Equity" grant for economically disadvantaged and minority students.
The #ebrpss students will be a part of a 33-month pilot program that will develop intervention models, data-tracking and teacher training for online student learning.
The goal is to help bridge the gap of education deficiencies exacerbated by the pandemic. Some of that research and more come from LSU & DreamBox Learning and the LSU Social Research & Evaluation Center.
Thanks to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the partners working with the district....
The district won two awards from the Louisiana Clean Fuels for its annual Clean Fuel Leader Awards. The school district was recognized for the constant work on air pollution reduction. The district's propane school buses help reduce pollution each year.
Congrats to the amazing people who worked hard on #ebrpss receiving these awards!...
We adopted all of our elves for the "Adopt an Elf" campaign! And it's all because of YOU! We are so grateful for all the love and support you showed for our #ebrpss students needing a little extra holiday cheer.
The East Baton Rouge Parish School System and all of its entities (including Career and Technical Education Programs) do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability, or gender in its educational programs and activities (including employment and application for employment), and it is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of gender by Title IX (20 USC 168) and on the basis of disability by Section 504 (42 USC 794). The Title IX Coordinator is Andrew Davis, Director of Risk Management – ADavis6@ebrschools.org, (225) 929-8705. The Section 504 Coordinator is Danielle Staten-Ojo – DStaten@ebrschools.org, (225) 326-5668.