Visit the Louisiana Pass Website
to take advantage of its resources.
From the Louisiana Pass Website:
“The PASS System contains web-based programs that Louisiana students can use to learn new skills and take practice tests.
The Reading Runway: Reading tutorials for Prekindergarten–grade 3 students
Newton’s Classroom: Mathematics tutorials and assessments for grades 1–8 students
PASS: Practice tests for LEAP, iLEAP, GEE, and EOC with instructional feedback for grades 3–12”
No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
Visit the U.S. Department of Education NCLB/ESEA Page
to find out more.
LDOE Accountability / Performance Resources
Visit the LDOE School & District Accountability Webpage
to see the State’s entire Accounfusion_old_tability Structure and Search Options.
The LDOE offers detailed reports, comparisons and information on all testing and accountability related topics.
Downloadable reports are available in Acrobat PDF and Microsoft Excel Formats.
State & Federal Resources
For detailed information on state and federal level support and funding for K – 12 education, visit the Funding Area on the Louisiana Department of Education website
REGISTRATION & ENROLLMENT
Common Core State Standards
The federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) requires school districts to give students at schools identified for “school improvement” the option of transferring to another higher performing school. All students who are eligible for school choice will receive a letter in the mail. Only students who attend a school identified by the Louisiana State Department of Education for “school improvement” are eligible. Being identified for “school improvement” does not mean that the school is being closed. Transferring to a “receiving school” is a parental decision. However, students do not have to attend a different school.
The following is an excerpt from the USDOE Website:
“The No Child Left Behind Act provides new education options for many families. This federal law allows parents to choose other public schools or take advantage of free tutoring if their child attends a school that needs improvement. Also, parents can choose another public school if the school their child attends is unsafe. The law also supports the growth of more independent charter schools, funds some services for children in private schools, and provides certain protections for homeschooling parents. Finally, it requires that states and local school districts provide information to help parents make informed educational choices for their child.”
In most cases, School Supply Lists are provided by individual teachers according to grade & class or on the individual school websites. In some schools, necessary school supplies have been paid for with the resource fees collected. We will attempt to provide appropriate lists here for you to locate easily.
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