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Regarding School Threats

Cameron Parish School Board would ask all parents to discuss with their children, the seriousness of making any types of threats towards schools, school staff, or other students. Also, please explain these threats include but are not limited to: on campus, off campus, social media, school functions, etc. All threats will be investigated and a zero tolerance approach will be used when applying punishment for these threats.

Charley Lemons
Cameron Parish Schools
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2019-2020 School Year Information

Child Nutrition has updated the 2019-2020 Free/Reduced Packet. Website is open for new applications now. The online payment system, My School Bucks is open for payments and accessing balances and meal activity.
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The Cameron Parish School Board announce the Cameron Parish Teachers of the Year. These teachers will represent Cameron Parish in the Louisiana State Teachers of the Year Program.

Representing Cameron Parish as elementary teacher of the year is Holly Cuccia. Mrs. Cuccia is a 4th grade teacher at Johnson Bayou High School. This is her 4th year teaching in Cameron Parish. Representing Cameron Parish as middle school teacher of the year is D’Juana Fontenot. Mrs. Fontenot is a math teacher at South Cameron High School. This is her 22nd year teaching in Cameron Parish. Representing Cameron Parish as high school teacher of the year is Mrs. Jessica Aguillard. Mrs. Aguillard is a math teacher at Grand Lake High School. This is her 4th year teaching in Cameron Parish.

All of these educators will compete with other teachers in the State for semi-finalist positions in the Spring of 2019 and if selected as a semi-finalist will compete in the final competition in the Summer of 2019.

Other Cameron Parish teachers that participated in this year’s Teachers of the Year Program are from Grand Lake High School Misty Hackler and Ashley Fuselier, South Cameron High School Rebecca Trahan and Janna Kay Baccigalopi, Hackberry High School Stephanie East, and Johnson Bayou High School Lisa Liburd and Blair Jinks.
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Cameron Parish Schools currently has a mission and a vision. I felt it appropriate for us to adopt a motto. After speaking with the principals, some had the suggestion, “Students First”. I thought this would be a wonderful motto to help us remember why we go to work every day. With all the negativity surrounding public education currently, I thought it would be great for us to bring something positive to the forefront of our stakeholders mind. To all faculty, staff, and students, please let these wrist bands and lanyards serve as a constant reminder of what we are all here for!!!
Thank you,
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
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