re they reside unless there is a court-approved reason to justify a transfer. Parents should report to the Lincoln Parish School Board office for transfers until June 30.
PLEASE BE SURE YOUR STUDENT IS UP-TO-DATE ON ALL REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS!
This is important for all students, however, it is critical for new students to the parish, and students going into Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, and 6th grades. Failure to comply with the immunization requirements as set by LA State Law will result in your child’s exclusion from school until such requirements are met. DO NOT WAIT! Past years have demonstrated that parents/ guardians who wait until just before the new school year starts have had difficulty getting appointments when needed. In addition, clinics and doctors' offices often run out of vaccine.
Will your student require medications while at school? In general, all medications given at school are limited to those which cannot be given before or after school and must have a doctor’s order. Please click here to learn more about the requirements set down by the Louisiana State Law (R.S. 17:436, Act 87) and the Lincoln Parish School Board concerning medication administration in public schools.
BULLYING PREVENTION AND RESPONSE
To ensure effective communication and quality of services, parents with limited English proficiency are encouraged to contact Penny James (Speech Coordinator/Child Search/Title III-Limited English Student Services) at the Lincoln Parish School Board's Pupil Appraisal office, (318) 255-8451 ext 213 or firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions or concerns, or if one should need assistance with interpreting documents.