2020-2021 School Year

For the most up-to-date information from the Lafourche Parish School District about our 2020-2021 school year, please visit their website at:


LPSD Child Nutrition Message

LPSD Parent-Student Handbook for 2020-2021

LPSD Phase 3 Announcement 9/10/2020

Phase 3 Announcement

Thursday, September 10, 2020
Phase 3 Announcement

With the Governor’s announcement that we are moving into Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan,
Lafourche Parish School District will begin transitioning students into a traditional school setting with all
in-person students attending school every day beginning on Monday, September 28th. For the next two
weeks, we will continue to implement our A/B schedule with in-person students attending on “A” days
or “B” days to allow our staff to prepare our facilities and classrooms. Students who have chosen virtual
learning will maintain their status, learning virtually through the Google classroom platform, and a
virtual option will continue to be available for parents and students in Phase 3.

In the next phase of reopening, we will continue to follow the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana
Department of Education, and CDC guidelines, which require students to maintain social distancing and
wear masks. Temperatures will continue to be taken each morning, and throughout the day, students
and staff will practice frequent hand washing. Because we will be in Phase 3, buses will be able to
transport students at 75% capacity, will continue to operate with windows down, and will be cleaned
and disinfected after each route. As we are committed to the safety of our students and staff, we ask
parents to monitor their children for signs of illness and keep them home, as needed.

Parents who wish to move their children from virtual learning to in-person learning or from in-person
learning to virtual learning will be able to make that adjustment at the close of the nine weeks,
beginning on October 5th through 19th. If you wish to change your child’s status to in-person or virtual
learning, please contact your child’s school. 

We appreciate your continued patience as we move into the next phase of school reopening. As always,
our first priority is to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff. We know that the past few
months have been challenging for our community and look forward to welcoming all in-person students
back to school beginning on September 28th. Please continue to monitor our website and Facebook
page for the latest updates and announcements.

Lafourche Parish School District's Return to School Plan 2020-2021


Please select the link below to learn more:

 LPSD RETURN TO SCHOOL PLAN 2020-21- Final draft.pdf 

LPSD Family Resources for Virtual Learning

Please visit the Lafourche Parish School District's Students' Resource Page for Technology Help Videos and Documents at the following link:

Technology Help Videos and Documents


COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Thank You Thibodaux Regional Medical Center for the Playground Scholarship!


Pre-K Registration

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Click on the following links for more information on Pre-K Registration for 2020-2021. 

 EC Network Flyer 2020-2021.docx 

 EC Network flyer 2020-2021 spanish.docx 

Use of Federal Funds Notice

Select the link below for more information on the Use of Federal Funds in Pre-k - 12 Public Schools and Parental Involvement Plans from the Lafourche Parish School Board.

Fed Fund 1.pdf 

A Message from our Principal, Mrs. Holly Bouzigard

     It is with great pleasure that I am welcoming all viewers to South Larose Elementary's website.  South Larose Elementary is a great place for young people to thrive.  The faculty and staff are all committed to taking each student one step further in their education.  Our vision is by the year 2019, all students at South Larose will be proficient at their ability level.  We will work diligently to accomplish our several goals to reach this vision.

     As principal, it is my job to put students first.  Your child's learning environment will be positive, safe, and caring.  The faculty and staff will provide every student with the essentials needed for success.  South Larose Elementary will work together with the priority of having every student's best interest at heart.

     My message to all parents is to stay involved in your child's education.  Stay connected with your child's teacher.  Our expectations will be to consistently make you aware of your child's progress.  Through a collaborative effort between parents and the school, we can ensure that your child receives the best education.

     I feel fortunate for this leadership role, and I embrace it with open arms.  I am looking forward to embarking on an exciting school year.


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 Exceptionalties