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Homecoming: October 28, 2016 - See Ms. Ohri for more details

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Louisianan Caring Communities Youth Survey

SPHS students will participate in the Louisiana Caring Communities Youth Survey. The purpose of the survey is to gather information needed to plan prevention and intervention programs in our community and schools. If you would not like your child to participate, please download the attached letter and return it to the school.


SPHS will host a Scholastic Book Fair 10/5/16 through 10/17/16. To shop online go to click this article. The fair will also be open the following times: - Open at school for breakfast and both lunches on October 10th to October 14th. - Open for READ NIGHT: 4:30 – 7:30 - Open after school on Monday (10/10) & Tuesday (10/11) from 2:45 – 3:45. There will also be a raffle. Tickets will be given for each $10 spent at the fair. Grand Prize: $30 in Scholastic Books 2nd prize $20 in Scholastic Books Consolation Prizes based on the total number of entries.

Assessment and Technology Night

SPHS will host an informational night focusing on assessments and technology from 5:30pm to 7pm on Wednesday, September 21.
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South Plaquemines High School will provide high quality educational opportunities to all students while creating an environment that emphasizes character, academics, values and leadership.
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Principal's Message

Welcome to South Plaquemines High School where dreams are cultivated and lives are transformed. We achieve by our motto “DAY BY DAY WE GET BETTER AND BETTER”. South Plaquemines High School offers an array of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities that foster great experiences. Comprised of students and teachers who are resilient, our school is making great strides to become a shining star exemplifying true audacity and sound judgment. South Plaquemines High School is vastly building a culture which is rooted in its unwavering commitment to produce productive lifelong learners who are vested in making our community thrive.
John A. Barthelemy,
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