LEAP TESTING INFORMATION

Larose Cut Off Middle School Cellphone Policy During State Testing

 Everyone is encouraged to leave all cellphones, SMART watches, FITBITS, and/or any other electronic devices at home on the days of State Testing.

 If any of these items are brought to school during testing, the student will be given an individual zip-lock bag to place their items in before testing begins. These items WILL NOT be returned until the end of the day.

 This policy and procedure is set in place for test security reasons. Violation of this policy can result in testing irregularity which can cause the student and school to receive a score of 0.

 Thank you for your help in following this policy!

 LCOMS Administrative Team

Lafourche Early Childhood Network

Lafourche Early Childhood Network

Bullying and Cyberbullying Procedures

Procedimientos de intimidación y Cyberbullying

LCOMS TARDY INFORMATION

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT PLAN 2017-2018

2017-2018 TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND SUPPORT PERSON OF THE YEAR

 

                                                                            

   LCO TEACHER OF THE YEAR, MRS. LIBBY ADAMS             LCO SUPPORT PERSON OF THE YEAR MRS. RONDA GISCLAIR
 

SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

    

To Report Child Abuse and Neglect

To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) child protection hotline at

1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Education of Students with Exceptionalities

SCHOOL SAFETY

 

The below information has been provided by the Louisiana State Police on how the public can report information about suspicious persons or activities directly to law enforcement. Any information about suspicious persons or activities affecting LPSD schools or sites should be immediately reported to that school’s SRO / local law enforcement, administration, staff, and supervisors. 

 

Historically, a majority of thwarted terror attacks have been the result of someone reporting something suspiciousand can also be important if a school attack is being planned.

An important aspect of prevention is to involve the public in a Suspicious Activity Reporting system.

In Louisiana Suspicious Activity Reports may be submitted by going on line to http://dpsweb.dps.louisiana.gov/suspicious.nsf/WebForm?OpenForm or calling the 24 hour line at 1-800-434-8007.

Suspicious activity may also be reported via smartphone. The free app offers users the ability to write or take a picture of anything that seems suspicious. Go to http://www.mymobilewitness.com/consumer-services.php.​