The core business of the Jefferson Parish Public School System, a learning organization, is to design engaging, challenging, and satisfying work for every student, every day.
Although the fictional character of the bully, such as Nelson on “The Simpsons,” can be amusing and even touching, real life bullying is not so pleasant. Going far beyond the lunch-money-taking bunch of old, bullying has taken on whole new tactics and comes with far more serious and sad outcomes. Although not every bullying instance makes it to the evening news, that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be taken seriously. If you or someone you know is being subject to bullying and needs some anonymous and discrete help, check out the below 50 best blogs on bullying. They are written by experts, advocates, counselors, and even the bullied. Although a good choice for reading and sharing bullying experiences, they are no substitute for seeking and finding professional help when faced with constant bullying. Click here to access the blogs.
Vision: Create a World-Class Education System for all students in Louisiana ~ Mission: Ensure Higher Academic Achievement for all Students Eliminate all Achievement Gaps Prepare Students to be Effective Citizens in a Global Market. Click here to access the site.
The PASS System contains web-based programs that Louisiana students can use independently to learn new skills and take practice tests. Click here to access the site.
BookFlix pairs a fiction story (which is watched) along with a non fiction story (which is read). There are stories in many categories, including animals and nature, abc’s 123’s, rhyme time, famous people, celebrations, and many more. There are games and activities following the stories, along with websites, lesson plans, and teacher resources. When you access it, the user name and password are both: ees086. Click here to access the site.