We gladly welcome your personal checks
Livingston Parish Public Schools now offers our community a safe and anonymous way to report school threats via web or telephone. To anonymously report a school threat, please visit www.lpsb.org and click on Threat Assessment tab.
Please click on the
Counselor's Corner tab (above) to see all the latest classes offered, FASFA, scholarship information and Remind App Directions for Seniors!
(please scroll down to see all announcements)
Returning Students, Please bring your old IDs with you!!!
Please bring your old IDs with you to school until we get our new ones. It will make lunch go much faster so you have more time to eat.
We will see A group on Monday
Remember to wear mask and practice social distancing
Carpool Drop Off:
Carpool - drop off is at 7 AM. Parents cannot leave until students' temperatures have been checked. If the temperature is above 100.4, the parent will be asked to drive around front; wait 10 minutes and have student re-checked before he/she will be allowed on campus.
Carpool bell rings at 2:31 with lineup in the afternoon on Iowa Street that begins by the bridge and goes back towards Red Oak Street.
Senior Picture Appointment:
Seniors 2021 should call and make appointment with Barclell Studio in Denham Springs to have senior pictures (cap/gown and drape/tux) made for the yearbook. The session fee is $25.00.
Call: (225) 791-1951
Location: 251 Tate Rd, Denham Springs, LA 70726
DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 30
2020-2021 School Year Notice (updated 7/18/20):
Here are the guidelines for the face mask for the upcoming school year:
Face coverings must be worn by all adults and students third grade and above, to the greatest extent possible or required if mandated by the most recent Governor's Proclamation and BESE guidance. Individuals with severe breathing difficulties should not wear face coverings. Face coverings must be school appropriate. Students are allowed choice of color, design, and pattern. Face coverings may reflect student’s name or monogram. Should be free of wording, slogan, advertisement, or inappropriate graphics. School logo, name, and/or mascot graphics are allowed. Gaiters-style masks are allowed. No bandanas.
6th Grade Supply List
Here is the general school supply list for the 6th grade.
Junior High and High School supply lists will come from the teachers after school starts.
Please stay tuned for updates regarding the new school year. We will pass on information as we get it from our school board & the state. It is also a great idea to follow the Livingston Parish School Board Facebook page and the Doyle High School Facebook page.
16 Year Old Immunization Letter
Dear Parent or Guardian:
According to Louisiana Law (ACT No. 196) any student that is 16 years old must have a second meningitis vaccine (shot). Please make an appointment with your child's physician and have this completed as soon as possible. If you choose for your child to not receive the immunization, then you must complete a dissent form and turn it into the school. Dissent forms can be found on LDOE website. If you have any questions you may contact me at 225-686-4368.
Jennifer Wilkinson RN
School Nurse Coordinator
Incoming 2021 Seniors
Mrs. Robyn Miller, Senior Sponsor, has set up a Remind for the incoming senior class.
In the message put the code
Summer Credit Recovery 2020
Applications can be downloaded from the school website or picked up from the main office between the hours of 9-2 Monday- Thursday.
The deadline to apply & pay for the courses will be June 15th.
Driver's Education Update:
5/22/20: LPSB will offer Driver's Ed. this summer for eligible students, who will be 15 by July 10, 2020. Mr. Foster has set the class time for 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Monday, June 8 through Saturday, June 13. Classes will be taught at Doyle High School ONLY IF WE GET 20 OR MORE STUDENTS REGISTERED. If we fail to meet that number, the students from Doyle will still be allowed to take the class, only it will be held at Albany High School, likely on the same dates. The online payment portal is now open, and we must get the students registered by Sunday, May 31. Students also need to stop by the office to pick up the packet and sign the needed document. Someone will be at school Monday May 25 through Friday May 29 during school hours. Email for more information.
Pay online the $375 fee due by the final day of class. If you don't have the ability to pay online, a check can be made out to LPSB for $375.00.
5/19/20 We still are hopeful to offer the driver's education course this June if granted permission from the state authorities. The governor will be making a decision the first week of June on whether or not we can advance to Phase 2 of the Coronavirus recovery. If allowed to advance to Phase 2, driver's education programs around the state will be allowed to conduct classes with a few modifications to ensure that our students are kept safe and healthy. Our hope for the Livingston Parish Schools is that we can hold the classes starting sometime near the second week of June. At this time there is no registration for the class, as we are waiting on the announcement to move to Phase 2 of the recovery. As soon as we receive approval, we will open registration and set the official dates for the class. We will c5ontinue to update as we receive more information.
"We believe more people may be eligible for SNAP benefits due to many being off work during this time, and we want to make sure they know what food assistance is available and how they can apply." DCFS Secretary, Marketa Garner Walters
For information about SNAP or an application, Louisiana residents can text GETSNAP (no spaces) to 898211, email or call 1-888-524-3578.
ACT Mastery has given us a link to help students stay prepared for the ACT
Students joining the course will need to use their school or personal email address or that of a parent in order to sign up. They will need to create a password and choose their time zone.
INTERNET ACCESS FOR FAMILIES
Click PDF for more information
*Please note that most all these offers are for new customers only and have a time cap on how long an individual can take advantage of special rates.
Prepare for CLEP Test
Please save your Community Coffee labels and Box Tops labels. Turn them in to Mrs. Thomasson, Mrs. Cody, or any FBLA member throughout the year. The sheets of labels will be sent in
to benefit Doyle High School's library.
Thanks for your support!
Bullying and Harassment Policy
Doyle High School does not tolerate bullying, harassment, or intimidation of any kind on its campus. Students should report such behavior to a teacher or administrator, and it will be investigated and appropriate action will be taken.
Livingston Parish Public Schools adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability. The Title IX Coordinator is Joe Murphy, Assistant Superintendent, P.O. Box 1130, Livingston, La; phone (225)686-7044; email
In addition to the above, it is the policy of LPPS that no person in the school district shall, on the basis of age, race, color, creed, disability, religion, national origin, veteran status in its educational programs and activities, sex, or similar personal distinction be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in regard to employment, retention, promotion, transfer, or dismissal in any educational program or activity under the jurisdiction of the LPPS.
Any individual having a question about this policy or concern that the policy is not being followed should immediately contact the Superintendent at 13909 Florida Blvd., Livingston LA 70754, or by calling (225)686-7044.
Like us on Facebook @doylehighschoolofficial for news during summer and school year
LPPS Curbside Meal Service
The survey for the week of August 17th is open. It will close for responses on Thursday, August 13 at Noon.
"We will begin offering curbside/drive-thru meal service on Monday, August 17th. Drive-thru service will be available Monday – Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at all schools except our serve-only facilities (DSE, SSE, SSJH and FSHS).
Utilizing a weekly “reservation” survey, parents may select the days they intend to utilize curbside meal service. Parents do not have to complete the survey to participate in the meal service, this is just a tool to assist us with planning and preparation. A survey should be completed for each student, not one survey per household." - Child Nutrition Department