• Virtual to In-Person or In-Person to Virtual Form

    Exiting Virtual Jefferson or Entering Virtual for the 4th Quarter 

    As we approach the end of the 3rd Quarter, which is March 19, 2021, this message is to inform you that it is time to begin the process of deciding if your child will remain a virtual student for the 4th Quarter.

    Exiting Virtual Jefferson - If you would like your child to move from virtual instruction to in-person instruction you will need to complete the 4th Quarter Instruction Form.

    Entering Virtual Jefferson - If you would like your child to move from in-person instruction to virtual instruction you will need to complete the 4th Quarter Instruction Form.

    *Note – Only students requesting a change of instructional model should complete the form. If you would like your child to remain in the instructional model they are currently in, you do not have to complete a form.

    The online form can found on the JPS Website, or on your school’s website or accessed directly at 4th Quarter Virtual to In-Person or In-Person to Virtual Link. You may complete the form online or complete a paper form and submit it to your school’s office in-person or via email deadria.declouette@jpschools.org. Deadline to submit a request to exit virtual is March 26, 2021.

    ENGLISH - 4th Quarter Instructional Model Form

    ARABIC - 4th Quarter Instructional Model Form

    SPANISH - 4th Quarter Instructional Model Form

    VIETNAMESE - 4th Quarter Instructional Model Form

     

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  • 701 Churchill Parkway
    Avondale, LA
    70094 US

    504-838-2249
    504-436-0257

JP Schools Student Fees

  • All schools will now begin using the same schedule of fees. This is a list of authorized school fees that includes each fee’s purpose, use, amount or authorized range, and how each will be collected. 

    In addition, families who meet the guidelines for waivers may receive a 50% reduction in student fees. Fees covered by the amended policy are any monetary payment or supplies required as a condition of a student being enrolled in school or participating in any curricular or co-curricular activity. This does not include fees associated with before or after-care, class trips, items purchased through third-party vendors, and fees associated with extracurricular activities. 

    Some examples of waiver eligibility include active military, foster care, homelessness, or families who are on government assistance. 

    Parents or legal guardians may request and receive a waiver of payment of a fee due to economic hardship. Waivers are available on the district’s website (see below), with the school counselor/social worker, and at the district’s Compliance Office (501 Manhattan Blvd., Harvey, LA 70058). If a waiver is denied at the school level, the parent or legal guardian may appeal the decision to the district’s Compliance Office.