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Thibodaux District and Curriculum
The public schools in Thibodaux are under the jurisdiction of the LaFourche Parish Public School System. The school system is committed to providing students with an exemplary education including a rigorous academic program paired with vocational opportunities and co-curricular activities. The school system also seeks to instill in students a sense of responsibility and an appreciation of the importance of citizenship. Community and family are considered an integral part of the educational experience.
We currently cover the following Thibodaux-area school district: LaFourche Parish Public School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Thibodaux District Curriculum
The LaFourche Parish Public School System is gradually phasing in the state mandated Common Core Curriculum in all of the systems schools. The state school board of Louisiana recently delayed the implementation of all of Common Core’s educational standards for two years with full implementation taking place by the end of 2015. Common Core focuses on providing students with a clear set of expectations for students particularly in core subjects.
In English and Language Arts, students focus on learning the English language through speaking, listening, reading and writing. Students learn to read for evidence and to increase their vocabulary through progressively more difficult text and to develop critical analysis skills. Reading material includes both great literature and informational text so that students become comfortable with the types of reading they may encounter in college and on the job.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Thibodaux Educational News
- Awards Night - The LaFourche Parish Public School System recently held an awards night where faculty, staff and students were honored. Dana Gros an employee at South LaFourche High received the 2013 Aspiring Principal Scholarship. In addition several students from both district elementary and middle schools were honored for outstanding achievement on 2013 Spring Leap Tests.
- Teacher of the Year Finalists - A teacher from the LaFourche Parish Public School System has been chosen as a finalist for the Louisiana Teacher of the Year award. Collette Williams a teacher at Golden Meadow Middle School has been named as a finalist in addition to four other teachers from around the state. Chas Roemer, the BESE President and State Superintendent John White participated in naming the finalists.
- Support Employees Honored - Exemplary school support employees were recently honored with Outstanding School Support of the Year awards. Winners included support employees from district elementary schools, middle schools and senior high schools. The award is given out on an annual basis to support staff that has gone above and beyond in terms of service to the schools.
Thibodaux Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Colonial Times Made Fun
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation which is responsible for the biggest operating living history museum in the world offers a variety of always changing games and activities for kids about colonial times in the United States. There is a paper doll game which teaches kids about all the different types of clothing worn in colonial times, a junior archaeologist game called Dirt Detective where children learn about the basics of the study of archaeology, and an iPad compatible colonial days coloring book. Kids can choose from more than fourteen games and activities all about Williamsburg and colonial times in America making it a great site for parents and teachers to make learning American history fun.