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Announcement from APS

We are writing to let you know that we are aware that there was an incident that took place in the Marksville community. Although we are not aware of any current threat to the school or your children, MHS and MES took extra security precautions this morning and will continue to do so to ensure that we do everything that we can to keep your children, as well as the faculty and staff safe. As always, if you or someone you know hears or knows anything that would affect the safety of any of our campuses, please notify law enforcement and the administration immediately. A reminder that you can call the school immediately or report through the Avoyelles Parish School Board email at https://www.avoyellespsb.com/apps/contact/

Senior College and Career Fair set for September 23,2022

Avoyelles Parish Schools is hosting a Senior College and Career Fair September 23. High School Seniors will be able to speak with presenters concerning what kind of jobs are available post graduation and what kind of degrees and certifications are necessary for the various jobs available. We are looking forward to this opportunity for our high school seniors.

Avoyelles Parish School Board Signs Dual Enrollment Agreement with LSUA

In a signing ceremony Tuesday, Avoyelles Parish School Superintendent Karen Tutor and LSUA Chancellor Dr. Paul Coreil signed a memorandum of understanding to formalize the pathway for high school students in Avoyelles parish to earn college credit through dual enrollment classes offered by LSUA. Students will be able to take college classes at no cost as the school board has agreed to cover the full cost of tuition and textbooks.

APS consolidated budget

The 2022-23 Proposed Consolidated Budget is available for public on this site. A public hearing will be held on August 2, 2022 at 4:00.

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