This Friday, November 18th Remediation Day will be scheduled as a half day. This half day is to accommodate safe travel for all our students, school personnel and community who wish to support their teams in the football playoffs.
The district-wide remediation days are set to give those students that have been selected specialized one on one assistance. It is counted as a regular school day and only those students selected to participate in this remediation day will be required to attend.
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A copy of the district calendar is available for download at the website below.
The October 6, 2016 Professional Day schedule has been released. You can access it by clicking on this news link or by clicking on the calendar link. Do not forget to go to Aesop and put October 6 as a PD in parish day.
From the office of Mr.Kirk Credeur, Assistant Superintendent-Homecoming in Jefferson Davis Parish is a special time where schools and communities come together and celebrate their sports teams, school experiences, communities, and rich school traditions. Many of these traditions and activities of school spirit are fun and harmless however a growing trend is that some homecoming activities are becoming destructive. While most of our students follow all rules and exhibit appropriate behavior the Sherriff and local police departments are receiving a disturbing number of complaints where student pranks have elevated to criminal behavior. In a recent meeting with the District Attorney and police officials, law enforcement clarified that there will be a hard line held to individuals who trespass, violate curfew laws, damage property, and assist juveniles to break the law. We want everyone to have fond memories of their school homecoming experiences but in no way do we condone illegal, destructive, and dangerous behaviors.