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    Summer Feeding
    Families will be able to pick up a meal which includes breakfast and lunch for children ages 1 to 18.
    All children MUST BE PRESENT to receive a meal, only one meal per child. 
    This will be a drive through process, please do not leave your vehicles.  

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WBR Picture of the Week

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    Despite a rather historic end to the 2019-2020 school year, it has been a great year!  #WBRPROUD
    Have a fun and safe summer!!  Don't forget to READ, READ, READ!!

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Construction Projects

  • We are very excited about all of the great things going on with the construction projects around the district.  With your support, we continue to prepare our schools for an exciting future where we will continue to make awesome happen!  Click here to see more! 

    Construction Collage

     

Featured New Teacher of the Week

  • Ms. Hebert, Brusly High School

    Ms. Taylor Hebert is an English I teacher and sponsor of the Pantherettes at Brusly High School. Currently in her second full year, Ms. Hebert joined WBR as she was completing an alternate certification through Louisiana Resource Center for Educators. Click her name above to learn all about how she's making WBR Schools Awesome!

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West Baton Rouge Parish News

  • Pre-k teacher starts video series for students

    Pre-k teacher starts video series for students

    The pandemic has offered us all an opportunity to redefine who we consider heroes. It has highlighted the importance of essential workers, healthcare providers and first responders. It has also emphasized the critical role teachers have on children’s’ lives.
    Caneview K-8 Pre-K teacher Kacy Patin is a prime example. She created a YouTube channel for her class of 20 four and five-year-olds and posted videos to interact with the children. She kicked off the series with perhaps the most difficult video - explaining to her pre-K students why school....Click on the title of the article to read more

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  • Brusly High Teacher and Students Team up Against Mask Shortage

    Brusly High Teacher and Students Team up Against Mask Shortage

    Brusly High School teacher Leslie Kleinpeter is using her social distancing time wisely, sewing masks for those in the healthcare field and on the frontlines of fighting the novel coronavirus.

    She got the idea while scrolling through Facebook on Friday when she saw a post about the mask shortage with a link to a sewing pattern. The veteran Family and Consumer Sciences, formerly known as Home Economics, teacher immediately got to work.... Click on the title of the article to read more

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  • WBR teacher, Kimberly Eckert, named one of 50 finalist for $1 million global teacher prize

    WBR teacher, Kimberly Eckert, named one of 50 finalist for $1 million global teacher prize

    Brusly High School English Teacher Kimberly Eckert has been named one of 50 finalist to receive the $1 million dollar Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.

    In partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Global Teacher Prize was set up to recognize a teacher who has made outstanding contribution to the teaching community. The award also seeks to highlight the important roles that teachers play in society......Click on title of the article to read more

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  • How One Teacher’s Experience with War Shifted to a Life of Advocacy

    How One Teacher’s Experience with War Shifted to a Life of Advocacy

    At seventeen I signed my life away to the Army (as my mother would say it). It was 1999, Clinton was president, it was an all-volunteer force during peacetime operations, and I was given a promise of free college once I completed my enlistment. It was the best way to see the world while leaving my small town behind.

    Fast forward two years. September 11th. The unforgettable terrorist attacks on US soil rocked our world. Instantly the dynamics of the military changed. From what seemed like a usual work day to now conducting 24 hour guard rotations, to extensive vehicle searches, to racial profiling anyone that didn’t look “American.” Our training was no longer “check the box” and transformed into a do-or-die mentality. The thought of war is heavy for any person, but especially for a naive 19 year old that has never left the surrounding states, much less the country. Click on the title of the article to read more...

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West Baton Rouge Parish School Board Non-Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of this agency that no applicant, client and/or employee of the West Baton Rouge parish School Board shall on the basis of Race, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Political Affiliation, Sex, Handicap, Age or any other non-merit factor, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or other-wise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, which West Baton Rouge Parish School Board operates or is applying for funding.

No person on the grounds of Race, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Political Affiliation, Sex, Handicap, or Age shall be subjected to discrimination, or be denied employment in connection with any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.

No persons with responsibilities in the operation or administration of a program or activity because of Race, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Sex, Political Affiliations, Disability or Age.

Barbara Burke, Director of Human Resources and Staff Development

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