St. Landry Parish School Board

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St. Landry Parish School Board is a school district based in Opelousas, Louisiana, United States, which serves St. Landry Parish.

Lottie Beebe, the superintendent of St. Martin Parish public schools and a Republican member of the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, is a native of St. Landry Parish, a former teacher in the school system, and for eight years was a Democratic member of the St. Landry Parish School Board.[1][2]

The schools operated by the board include the following:

  • Arnaudville Elementary School
  • Beau Chene High School
  • Cankton Elementary School
  • Central Middle School
  • Creswell Elementary School
  • East Elementary School
  • Eunice Career & Technical Center
  • Eunice Elementary School
  • Eunice High School
  • Eunice Jr. High School
  • Glendale Elementary School
  • Grand Coteau Elementary School
  • Grand Prairie Elementary School
  • Grolee Elementary School
  • Highland Elementary School
  • Krotz Springs Elementary School
  • Lawtell Elementary School (formerly Lawtell High School)
  • Leonville Elementary School
  • Magnet Academy for Cultural Arts
  • Melville Elementary School
  • Morrow Elementary School
  • North Central High School
  • North Elementary School
  • Northeast Elementary School
  • Northwest High School
  • Opelousas Jr. High School
  • Opelousas Sr. High School
  • Palmetto Elementary School
  • Park Vista Elementary School
  • Plaisance Elementary School
  • Port Barre Elementary School
  • Port Barre High School
  • South Street Elementary School
  • Southwest Elementary School
  • St. Landry Accelerated Transition School
  • Sunset Elementary School
  • Washington Elementary School
  • Washington Career and & Technical Center
  • St. Landry Parish Gifted Program
  • Eunice Adult Education Center
  • St. Landry Adult Education Center
  • Alternative School

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results for Election Date: 10/6/1990". staticresults.sos.la.gov. Retrieved October 22, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Will Sentell, Beebe, the loyal opposition on BESE, July 29, 2013". Baton Rouge Morning Advocate. Retrieved October 22, 2013. 

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