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LPPS Virtual Special Education High School Agency Fair
May 12, 2021
First session begins at 8:15
Link to Agency Fair: https://bit.ly/3xyK6BI
There are six sessions scheduled throughout the day with each session lasting about 30 minutes.
Interested Livingston Parish high school 2021-2022 juniors and seniors could earn a certification that will provide the necessary skills to obtain a job in the workforce to continue as a full-time career or as part time employment while continuing a post-secondary education path like a vocational school, community college, or 4-year university. Or, they simply want to learn the basics of vehicle maintenance.
Some things to consider:
1. If students attend LPLTC, they would report a ½ day to their home school campus and a ½ day to LPLTC.
2. You must have the available space in your schedule to attend.
3. Students must provide their own transportation.
4. Exemplar Attendance is a must.
5. Good Behavior is an indicator of how responsible you are.
6. A 2.0 GPA is recommended.
7. If you have an IEP, a meeting will need to be held scheduled by your home school.
2020-2021 Yearbooks can be purchased for $60.00 online only until May 21st.
Johnny Vermeij on being named a Zaner-Blozer National Handwriting Contest grade level winner!
Jessica Jemison and
Madison Diaville for being selected to
Academic All State by LHSAA for
Congratulations to our boys and girls Powerlifting team for a tremendous job at state!
In their weight classes, placing at the State meet:
Catherine Bankston - 9th
Anna Catherine Cowsar - 6th
Alicia Lindsey - 5th
Layna Nesom - 2nd!!!!
In their weight classes, placing at the State meet:
Cade Harris - 10th
Troy Mclin - 8th
Shawn West - 4th
Carter Anderson - 2nd!!!
This is the first season for this team that is coached by Matthew Stumpf, Congratulations!!!!
Class of 2021 Senior Superlatives
Congratulations to the following students:
Mr. and Miss DHS - Landon Wolfe and Elise Jones
Most Likely to Succeed - Bo Ellzey and Taylor Ballard
Most Integrity - Bo Ellzey and Jessie Jemison
Most Dependable - Cade Lyons and Baylea Douglas
Friendliest - Bo Ellzey and Baylea Douglas
Most Talented - Peyton Scott and Jessie Jemison
Most Athletic - Braden Keen and Elise Jones
Best Sense of Humor - Mason Corkern and Gracie Taylor
Most School Spirit - Mason Corkern and Presleigh Scott
Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year - Mrs. Devin DuBois!
DOYLE HIGH SCHOOL
2020-2021 School Year
Mrs. Devin DuBois
Congratulations to our 12th grade Student of the Year
Congratulations to our 8th grade Student of the Year
On Wednesday Nov. 25, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education President, Ms. Sandy Holloway, authorized each local education district to operate using phase 3 guidelines, if they so choose, while under the governor's revised phase 2 order in effect Tuesday, Nov. 24 through Wednesday, Dec. 23.
As a result LPPS will continue to operate in our current configuration until Dec. 23. This decision allows us to keep the vast majority of our students in a face to face setting until, at a minimum, Dec. 23. Given the short nature of the month of Dec., the onset of testing to complete the second semester, and the need to continue to feed our students daily, this authorization makes those responsibilities possible.
I would like to thank the governor and BESE President Holloway for acknowledging that our schools have done a good job of mitigating risk in our schools. Only through the efforts of all our employees have we been able to continue to fulfill our mission of educating our students during these difficult times.
Grateful and Thankful,
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.
LPPS Start Strong Reopening
Please see the attached PDFs that explains the reopening of schools in Livingston Parish.
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
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.
Prepare for CLEP Test
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.