St. Landry Parish School Board

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St. Landry Parish School District
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1013 E Creswell Ln
Opelousas, LA 70571

United States
District information
SuperintendentPatrick Jenkins
School boardAnthony Standberry (Dist 1)
Joyce Haynes (Dist 2)
John Miller (Dist 3)
Raymond Cassimere (Dist 4)
Denise Oliney Rose (Dist 5)
Donnie Perron (Dist 6)
"Josh" Boudreaux (Dist 7)
Kyle C. Boss (Dist 8)
Randy Wagley (Dist 9)
Hazel McCrea-Sias (Dist 10)
Myron Guillory (Dist 11)
Albert Hayes, Jr. (Dist 12)
Mary Ellen Donatto (Dist 13)[2]
Schools36 (2018-2019)
NCES District ID2201560[1]
Students and staff
Students14,320 (2018)[3]
Other information

The St. Landry Parish School Board is located in Opelousas, Louisiana. The St. Landry Parish School District is rated a C district. Mr. Patrick Jenkins, the superintendent of the St. Landry Parish School System. He is slowly bringing about great changes to the district.


The St. Landry Parish School Board operates 36 public schools, including 23 elementary schools, two middle schools, seven high schools, and four alternative programs.[4]

Elementary schools[edit]

Arnaudville Elementary School
Cankton Elementary
Central Middle School
East Elementary
Eunice Elementary
Glendale Elementary
Grand Coteau Elementary
Grand Prairie Elementary
Grolee Elementary School
Highland Elementary School
Krotz Springs Elementary School
Lawtell Elementary School
Leonville Elementary School
North Elementary School
Northeast Elementary School
Palmetto Elementary School
Park Vista Elementary School
Plaisance Elementary School
Port Barre Elementary School
South Street Elementary School
Southwest Elementary School
Sunset Elementary School
Washington Elementary School

Junior high schools[edit]

Eunice Jr. High School
Opelousas Jr. High School

High schools[edit]

Beau Chene High School
Eunice High School
North Central High School
Northwest High School
Opelousas Sr. High School
Port Barre High School
Magnet Academy for Cultural Arts (MACA)

Alternative Programs[edit]

Eunice Career and Technical Center
St. Landry Accelerated Transition School (SLATS)
Center for Academic Programs (CAPS)
Washington Career and Technical Education Center


On May 4, 1878, the Board of Public School Directors of St. Landry Parish published the duties regulating the Parish Superintendent of Education, "an office lately instituted by our Parish Board." The position of Superintendent of Schools for St. Landry Parish was created in 1878.[5]


  1. ^ "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for St. Landry Parish School District". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
  2. ^ "Election Results". Secretary of State, State of Louisiana. Retrieved December 18, 2018.
  3. ^ "St. Landry Parish School District". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 18, 2018.
  4. ^ "Schools, St. Landry Parish School District". St. Landry Parish School Board. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
  5. ^ "Parish Superintendent of Education". Daily World. Opelousas, LA. May 4, 1878. p. 1.

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