皇家华人

Division of Staff

Division of Staff

Athletics

The 皇家华人 Health, Physical Education, and Athletic Department believe that athletics and healthy habits are an integral part of a student鈥檚 education. 皇家华人PSS offers a broad selection of athletic programs in schools to help instill the qualities of sportsmanship, unity, physical fitness, and discipline.听

At 皇家华人PSS, participation in our athletic programs is a privilege and an opportunity while also being a fun, rewarding, and valuable education experience.听

2023 – 2024 athletic schedules will be posted when they become available.

High School Eligibility Forms


Baton Rouge High

-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Golf
-Gymnastics
-Powerlifting
-Swimming
-Soccer
-Tennis
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

Belaire High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Soccer
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball

Broadmoor High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Golf
-Powerlifting
-Soccer
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

Glen Oaks High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball

Istrouma High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Powerlifting
-Soccer
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

Liberty High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Golf
-Gymnastics
-Powerlifting
-Swimming
-Soccer
-Softball
-Tennis
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

McKinley High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Golf
-Powerlifting
-Soccer
-Softball
-Tennis
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball

Northeast High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Cross Country
-Football
-Powerlifting
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball

Scotlandville High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Cross Country
-Football
-Powerlifting
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball

Tara High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Powerlifting
-Soccer
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

Woodlawn High

-Baseball
-Basketball
-Bowling
-Cross Country
-Football
-Golf
-Powerlifting
-Swimming
-Soccer
-Softball
-Track 鈥 Indoor
-Track 鈥 Outdoor
-Volleyball
-Wrestling

Elementary School Health & Physical Education Standards

Middle School Health & Physical Education Standards

High School Health & Physical Education Standards

Charter Schools

Charter schools offer teachers, parents and community members the opportunity to create new public schools in response to community needs. In return, these chartered schools agree to be held accountable by their authorizer- the 皇家华人PSS- for student performance outcomes. If the charter school fails to produce the promised student outcomes, the authorizer may intervene in a variety of ways, and, as a last resort, can close the school. Quality charter school authorizing is the linchpin of the charter promise of accountability for results and the creation of quality educational opportunities. While 皇家华人PSS is not responsible for the ultimate success or failure of a charter school, the district impacts that outcome by providing strong oversight and accountability.

Recognizing new and innovative ways of carrying out our mission, 皇家华人PSS has become a charter authorizer. 听The district engages in pro-active relationships and a value added approach to the schools with which we partner. During the start-up phase of the process, 皇家华人PSS staff works closely with founding groups to ensure a successful opening. Once operational, 皇家华人PSS staff monitors the financial, organizational and academic performance of its schools through frequent communication, regularly scheduled site visits, and data/ document reviews.听 The district recognizes the great challenges and difficulties in starting a school and provides support in navigating the process while respecting the autonomy and uniqueness of each school.

A copy of the board approved district charter policy may be found听.

皇家华人 Parish School Board 2023-24 District Charter School Application Process for Schools Opening in the 2025-26 School Year or Beyond

Forms and Information Needed for Submission of a Type 1 or Type 3 Charter School Proposal

In compliance with R.S. 17:3982, the 皇家华人 Parish School Board is making public through our website, and in printed form upon request, the guidelines for submitting a charter proposal, all forms required for submission of a charter proposal, the timelines established for accepting and reviewing charter proposals, the process that will be used to review charter proposals submitted to the board, and the name and contact information for a primary point of contact for charter proposals.

I. Charter School Application

Applicants should complete the 2023-24 Common Charter School Application found here.

Applicants should complete the appropriate application based on whether or not they are a New Charter Operator or an Experienced Charter Operator. Virtual operators will complete the addendum based on the type of operator they are applying as.

II. Charter School Process Schedule

August 23, 2023: Charter application released
September 5, 2023: Deadline for districts to post all required information to their websites
October 27, 2023: Applications due
Applicants should email all application components to kringgold@ebrschools.org

January 19, 2024: Last day for 皇家华人 Parish School Board to make decisions to approve or deny charter applications


III. Charter Application Review Process

All charter applications will be reviewed by an independent evaluator with educational, organizational, legal, and financial expertise. Applicants will have the opportunity to provide to the evaluator a written response to the independent evaluation of their charter application before the evaluator provides a final recommendation to 皇家华人 Parish School Board.

IV. Charter School Contact Information

Individuals or organizations with questions about the district’s charter application process should contact:

Kimberly Boudreaux, Portfolio Manager
kringgold@ebrschools.org

(225) 922-5626

Charter Portfolio Manager, Kimberly R. Boudreaux | KRinggold@ebrschools.org | (225) 922-5400

Equity & Diversity

The goal of our department is to identify and promote equitable access to opportunities, benefits, and resources for all students and staff. The department will review and manage data that leads the decision-making process and protocol that demonstrates a commitment to institutional fairness and equality in alignment with our Strategic Plan

Federal Programs

The Office of Federal Programs provides technical assistance to the following grants:

To ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on state academic achievement standards and assessments.

To provide funds to increase student academic achievement by elevating teacher and principal quality through recruitment, hiring, and retention strategies and to hold local educational agencies and schools accountable for improvements in student academic achievement.

To provide funds for teaching English to English Learners (EL) and helping them to meet the state standards.

ESSA reflects the civil rights tradition of ESEA, which reflects our nation鈥檚 longstanding commitment to equity of opportunity for all students.听 The new law has a clear goal of ensuring our education system prepares every child to graduate from high school ready to thrive in college and careers.

Newly authorized under subpart 1 of Title IV, Part A of the ESEA, the Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) program is intended to help meet these goals by increasing the capacity of State educational agencies (SEAs), local educational agencies (LEAs), schools, and local communities to:

听1) provide all students with access to a well-rounded education,

听2) improve school conditions for student learning, and听

听3) improve the use of technology in order to improve the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students.

To ensure that all homeless children and youth have equal access to the same free, appropriate public education as any non-homeless children and youth.

Gifted & Talented

Gifted & Talented Programs

The Gifted Program is an accelerated, stimulating educational program for students identified as gifted in grades PreK鈥12 and enrolled in the 皇家华人. Classes provide a high degree of complexity and extend beyond the prescribed curriculum offered in regular classes. Classes are taught by teachers certified in Gifted Education and have a reduced class size in order to individualize each student鈥檚 educational program.

The Talented Arts Program is an educational program for students identified as talented in visual arts, music or theater in grades K 鈥 12 and enrolled in the 皇家华人. Classes provided in these disciplines are designed to provide experiences that enable the talented student to further develop demonstrated skills, increase discipline knowledge, and grow as an artist.

Screening for Gifted and Talented services may be administered throughout the school year:

For more information, 皇家华人PSS students should contact their school counselor, while private, parochial and home-schooled students should contact Pupil Appraisal at 929-8600.

The Great Scholars Academy Program, an accelerated, stimulating program for high achieving/high potential middle and high school students. This program parallels the gifted program in complexity, class size, student activities and products.

Talented Art Program

The Talented Arts Program is an educational program for students identified as talented in visual arts, music or theatre in grades K 鈥 12 and enrolled in the 皇家华人.听 Classes provided in these disciplines are designed to provide experiences that enable the talented student to further develop demonstrated skills, increase discipline knowledge, and grow as an artist.

Program Features

-Small class size

-Individualized Education Program (IEP) designed for each student

-Teachers certified by the Louisiana State Department of Education as qualified to instruct Talented students

-Curriculum content enriched beyond that available to students in the regular education arts classes

-High school students enrolled receive a Carnegie Unit of Credit toward graduation requirements

-Wide range of performance and exhibit experiences offered to students听

To view some of our exemplary Fine Arts students, please visit the Fine Arts page.

Scholastic Academy Program

Scholastic Academy for grades Pre-K 鈥 12 was created by 皇家华人 (皇家华人PSS), in conjunction with the Louisiana Department of Education, to help identify academically gifted children. Instruction is differentiated according to the student鈥檚 academic needs and is more rapid with less practice problems than in traditional classes. Rigorous, engaging, and challenging activities and curriculum are provided to create an enriched and accelerated environment that stimulates problem-solving and critical thinking, essential 21st听century skills.

笔谤别-碍-6:听Current students and students new to 皇家华人PSS in grades PreK-6 are eligible to enter this program. Scholastic Academy students benefit from exposure to a gifted self-contained or resource 鈥減ull-out鈥 environment for a period of two years.听 The Scholastic Academy program includes objectives to develop critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and oral and written language skills.听 Scholastic Academy students in 鈥渂lended鈥 self-contained gifted classes must be capable of successfully functioning above grade level. Students must maintain an unweighted GPA of 2.5 and appropriate behavior standards. During the second year of program participation, the student will be evaluated for gifted identification. If a student does not meet gifted education evaluation criteria at that time, the student must be exited from the Scholastic Academy program, as stated in Louisiana Bulletin 1508.

7th to 12th:听Students in 7th to 12th grade may be screened for admission into Scholastic Academy if they move into the district from other districts, states, countries, or transfer from private or parochial schools.听 Program participation is limited to two years.听 Scholastic Academy students will attend self-contained gifted classes with identified gifted students in a 鈥渂lended鈥 class. Placement, services, and curriculum follow听Gifted Program听guidelines. Scholastic Academy students will be administered the full gifted evaluation during the second year of program participation.听 Students not identified as gifted will be exited from Scholastic Academy. Students in grades 6 鈥 12 exited from the Scholastic Academy program have the option to transfer into the听Great Scholars Academy听program if they qualify, or transfer to their home school. The听Great Scholars Academy听program provides a rigorous curriculum that is parallel to the gifted program.

Great Scholars Academy

Great Scholars Academy is an accelerated program with highly qualified teachers and a rigorous curriculum for middle and high school students in 皇家华人.听This program parallels the gifted program however Great Scholars students are placed in separate classes from the gifted students.听Students must maintain an unweighted overall 2.5 GPA or higher to continue in the program.听The Great Scholars Academy is located at the gifted middle and high school sites:

Placement at school site is contingent upon application and acceptance by the Gifted and Talented Office. The Great Scholars Academy Application should be completed and returned to the听Gifted and Talented Office听with copies of the student鈥檚 most recent standardized test scores and report card or email the information to听gifted@ebrschools.org听or fax it to 225-929-8743.

Admissions Criteria

84th percentile or higher IQ composite score on district approved intelligence test OR National Percentile Rank of 84 or higher (Master and/or Advanced) in two subject areas on a standardized test in Reading/ELA, Mathematics, Science, and/or Social Studies administered within the past 12 months AND conform to behavior standards set by the school and school system.

Forms

Policies & Procedures

The Office of Policy and Implementation provides analysis, interpretations, and research regarding current federal, state, and local policies. Additionally, we provide support in the creation of implementation protocols and guidance documents for internal and external partners.听

Students in Transition

The Office of Students in Transition exists to provide resources and services for homeless individuals residing in any temporary living arrangements because of lack of fixed, regular, or adequate residency.听 As indicated by the McKinney-Vento Act, we will foster听a climate wherein each homeless individual is positively received and neither stigmatized nor isolated by:
  • Minimizing barriers that prohibit an individual鈥檚 maximum potential intellectually, economically, socially, culturally, and physically;
  • Serving as advocates for the issues and rights of homeless individuals;
  • Promoting sensitivity among the 皇家华人PSS and within its programs, businesses, organizations, and community groups to the issues and specific needs of homeless individuals;
  • Facilitating the coordination of services within the district and the community for the benefit of homeless individuals; and
  • Ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations.

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