Administrative Vacancy - Director, Child Welfare and Attendance

As Superintendent of Schools, I am currently accepting applications for the following administrative vacancy:

 Director, Child Welfare and Attendance

Length of Employment:  240 days

Salary Range:  $75,862 - $94,122   

The deadline for the receipt of the complete application packet in the superintendent's office for the above-listed positions has been set at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 14, 2020; any applications received after this deadline will not be considered.  The application packet must  be submitted to: Superintendent of Schools, P. O. Box 879, Thibodaux, LA 70302) in an envelope marked "Application for Administrative Position" and shall contain the following:  (1) Application for Administrative Position; (2) resume; (3) copy of applicant's latest teaching certificate (or letter from the Louisiana Department of Education verifying eligibility for certification as an administrator); (4) copies of applicant's last two years' evaluation for the position presently held; and (5) Release of Information Form (titled Request for Information on Present/Former School Employee) completed by the central office staff member who is the supervisor of personnel -- required if the applicant is presently employed or was previously employed by another district.

Applicants must possess certification as Principal or Educational Leader or be eligible for certification as verified by the Louisiana Department of Education.

 Applications may be mailed to the above address, or placed in the mail drop at the Lafourche Parish School Board Office.

Application for Administrative Position 1.pdf  
CGD Employment of Administrative Personnel 1.pdf  
Job Description DIRECTOR OF CWA.pdf  
Request for Information Form 1.pdf  
Vacancy Notice - Director Child Welfare and Attendance.pdf 

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2020-21 Parent and Student Handbook

 2020-2021 Student and Parent Handbook.pdf 

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Transportation 2020-21 Bus Routes

Please use the route sheets as a general guide as times and bus stops are subject to change. Posted routes are based off of routes from the 2020-2021 school year. Routes without times attached are new routes that have not yet been conducted. High School routes begin at approximately 6:00 a.m. Middle School routes begin at approximately 6:45 a.m. Elementary School routes begin at approximately 7:30 a.m. Please be sure to be at the bus stop approximately ten minutes prior to the expected arrival of the school bus. Please feel free to contact the Transportation Department with any questions or concerns.

*School bus routes and school bus stops are subject to change at any point throughout the school year.

South Area School Bus Routes 2020-2021.pdf

North Area School Bus Routes 2020-2021.pdf

Central Area School Bus Routes 2020-2021.pdf 

Curbside Meals Consent Form

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 Curbside Meals Consent Form.pdf 

  

Important Contact Information

Custodian of Records - Jarod Martin - Superintendent

Title IX Coordinator - Kenneth Delcambre

Section 504 Coordinator - Daphne Jones

Phone - (985) 446-5631

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Louisiana School and Student Safety Act

The Lafourche Parish School Board is committed to providing a safe environment for the students and employees of its schools. The school board shall take immediate action to address any potential threats of violence or terrorism to students and employees as required by the Louisiana School and Student Safety Act. (La. Rev. Stat. Ann.ยง17:409-17:409.5)

 Elementary training videos

Learn Gun Safety with Eddie Eagle and the Wing Team
    https://youtu.be/Ho36vonT3Rw

NetSafe Episode 3:  Tell an Adult
    https://youtu.be/AmRln0Cq3rE

NetSmartzKids- Itโ€™s OK to Tell
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Middle/High training

 SHP_Say_Something_Presentation_Web Version.pptx 

 SHP_Say_Something_Parent_Brochure_2016.pdf 

Bayou Region Crime Stoppers

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