Parents, Shreveport Police are working to ensure our school zones are safe for children before and after school. For more information, click here: http://ow.ly/hHnU50KhPGm
Class of 2023, it's your year!
Happy first day of school to all our high school students! Drop a photo and tell us what year and school you're going to. #Classof2023 #FirstDayofSchool #WeAreCaddo
Dr. Teneisha Mahoney-Williams is the newest principal to lead the boys and girls at Magnolia Charter High School! She is a veteran educator with more than 25 years of experience. She has worked at many high schools in Caddo including Green Oaks, Southwood, Booker T. Washington, Woodlawn and Huntington. Mahoney-Williams spent most of her career as an English teacher before being called to administration. She earned her undergrad with Louisiana Tech and her master’s degree with the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Congratulations Dr. Mahoney-Williams!
She’s no stranger to the campus but she is new in the principal seat!
Congratulations to Ashley Atkins for being named interim principal at University Elementary. She has been with the district for nearly ten years where she started as an elementary teacher at Oil City. She has also served Caddo students at North Caddo Elementary Middle School, Caddo Middle Career & Technology and then Midway Elementary as a master teacher.
She joined the administration team at University in 2019 as an assistant principal.
Atkins earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Centenary College. She replaces Kasie Mainiero as Mainiero transitions to a role to support children and programs across the district.
Let’s give Ashley Atkins a warm wildcat welcome to her new role!
This week, as we prepare for even more buses to be on the road, we urge you to be more aware of school bus and pedestrian safety during your morning and afternoon travels. Let’s work together for a great start to the 2022-2023 school year! #WeAreCaddo
Today we are welcoming back our elementary students into the classrooms!
Happy first day of school, children! Please show us those first day smiles and tell us which school you're headed to! #FirstDayofSchool #WeAreCaddo
This afternoon the Caddo Parish School Board unanimously approved an increase in the daily rate of pay for substitute teachers, substitute office clerks, and substitute secretaries. We are grateful to the Board for their continued commitment to our students and staff and efforts to remain competitive in recruiting and retaining the highest quality staff across our district.
We are so excited to welcome back our K-8 boys and girls in just one week! Also starting next Wednesday will be North Caddo High School students as they begin their new four-day work week.
The following Wednesday, August 10, we will welcome back the rest of our high school students. We can't wait to kick off a great school year! #WeAreCaddo #BIGDreamsStartHere
Caddo Magnet High has officially been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education on earning their Green Ribbon award. This week, Principal Middleton along with school and district representatives received the honor in Washington D.C.
This honor is only awarded to a few schools across the country. It's a public engagement initiative for school sustainability that is structured as a federal recognition award.
We are so proud of the effort dedicated toward sustainability practices by Magnet students led by instructor Dionne Procell-Brown. These skills can be carried on for generations to make our planet a better place.
School starts in two short weeks and you have an opportunity to support Caddo students! United Way of Northwest Louisiana is hosting Fill the Bus at two Walmart locations next week. We need your help to ensure our boys and girls are going back to school with needed supplies.
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We are almost ready to welcome back students in the classroom. But first, teachers are being the students as they learn new skills and sharpen up on district programs thanks to our Teacher Technology team.
Following House Bill 546, there are new requirements as to what qualifies a teacher to earn a certification in Louisiana. We know you have questions and this Wednesday is the perfect time to ask them! Join us in person at our Roster Rally July 13 anytime from 9 am to 11 am. If you can't make it in person, please schedule a call here: https://rebrand.ly/RR2022
This school year, Caddo will continue to offer newly hired certified educators a $1,000 signing bonus! Interested educators can meet with a recruiter in person this Wednesday, July 13, from 9am to 11am.
Bring your resume and a friend to 3908 Joplin Avenue to the Wanda Gunn Professional Development Center. You can also register for a call if you cant be there in person by clicking here: https://rebrand.ly/RR2022
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Caddo WORKS Jump Start Summer Program was created in partnership with Bossier Parish Community College. Twenty students from various Caddo Schools participated in a Serve Safe Food Handler Course for one week and then earned an Industry Based Certificate (IBC)!
In addition to this course, students also participated in Work-Based Learning Experiences for two weeks. These experiences covered job shadowing, service learning, paid and unpaid internships, workplace tours and more. Many students were even given the opportunity to apply for employment with the vendors at the end of this summer venture. Congratulations students! #WeAreCaddo
Happy Independence Day! District offices and campuses will reopen Tuesday, July 5.
Caddo Schools recently graduated nearly 2,200 students with more to still collect a diploma during the summer. The district recently celebrated its highest graduation rate in history. We credit our parents, effective educators and progressive leadership for these improvements. #ChooseCaddo
Caddo Schools has hundreds of educators that have been nationally recognized for the rich content, resources and wealth of experience they bring to the district. Caddo strives to recruit and provide the best educators for your child's classroom! Enroll today at Caddoschools.org/enroll #ChooseCaddo
Did you know that Caddo Schools is home to 16 Blue Ribbons at 12 different campuses? This honor is only awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to schools who demonstrate overall academic excellence and for closing achievement gaps among students. Choose Caddo by enrolling today at Caddoschools.org/enroll
Here's some great news to take you into the weekend.
Every year, the Louisiana Girls State organization nominates officers to lead an intelligent group of girls to develop leadership and pride as well as educate citizens about our government. Well, throughout the entire state, Caddo is celebrating TWO student officers and at the SAME school!
Congratulations to LA Girls State Governor, Taylor Holliway and
LA Girls State Treasurer Chloe Stewart of Captain Shreve High School.
Please help us cheer on these young leaders! #BIGDreamsStartHere #GatorProud #WeAreCaddo
This week, a group of Caddo schools was recognized with energy conservation awards presented by Cenergistic. Only the top 75 percentile of schools across the country receive this recognition. Since partnering with Cenergistic in 2017 for energy savings, Caddo has reduced energy usage by 17 percent, saving the district $7.2 million.
Congratulations to the following schools that earned a conservation award:
Blanchard Elementary School
Captain Shreve High School
Caddo Middle Career and Technology School
Cherokee Park Elementary School
Forest Hills Elementary School
Mooringsport Elementary School
North Caddo Elementary Middle School
Pine Grove Elementary School
Queensborough Elementary School
Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School
Youree Drive Middle School
81st Street ECE
Arthur Circle Elementary School
Mooretown Elementary School