Friday, March 13, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. is the deadline for parents of students who attend Caldwell Parish Schools to "opt out" of statewide testing.
Positions Available - February
Caldwell Parish School District is accepting applications for Caldwell Parish High School teacher and head football coach. Those interested should contact Director of Human Resources, Angela Gullatt - email@example.com - (318) 649-2689.
P40X Challenge - Students RISE up and REACH for SUCCESS!!
Caldwell Parish Schools have accepted the “P40X Challenge,” and we are ready to RISE up and REACH for SUCCESS!! The District Leadership Team, along with principals, reading integrationists and teachers developed the “P40X Challenge” which stands for PREPARE…for 40 days…to eXcel & eXceed eXpectations, as a plan for motivating our students to do their best as we continue teaching critical thinking skills and learn the new format of the PARCC test.
We know we will be successful because the students of Caldwell Parish are STRONG in MIND and KNOWLEDGE, and our teachers are STRONG in KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS. The teachers in Caldwell Parish have vowed that no matter what, our students will be READY and PREPARED for the challenges of the new PARCC test!!!
Louisiana students in grades 3-8, along with students across the United States, will be taking the PARCC test this spring in English Language Arts and math. Not only are these new tests fully aligned with the common core state standards, but the tests are more meaningful and challenging than the previous fill-in-the-bubble state tests that Louisiana schools have been giving. The PARCC test measures essential skills, such as the ability to communicate effectively, reason well, and solve real-world problems.
As a result of the Caldwell Parish “P40X Challenge,” each school has developed a plan for ensuring success for their students.