Welcome back for the Spring Semester of 2019. We had a great first semester thanks to the hard work of our students, our teachers, our building leaders and staff, as well as all those that serve at the district level. We are excited about the work and time we will share together and are confident that together we can overcome whatever challenges we may face in 2019. We want to say a special thank you to our students for their hard work in the first semester and for their commitment to doing their very best this semester. We also want to say thank you to our teachers and all employees that strive to ensure that our students receive high quality instruction and character building experiences each day.
There has been a lot of work going on at almost every campus from a facilities perspective. We are thrilled with the progress being made.
These additions and expansions will create more optimal learning environments for all of our students. During construction we will experience some inconveniences so please bear with us during that time. It will be worth it when we are done.
May will be here in the blink of an eye and we will be celebrating with our new high school graduates, the Class of 2019, as well as our other students another successful school year. We invite you to stop by and see all the great work going on in our schools.
Thank you again for your continued involvement and investment in our schools. We will continue to work to meet the needs of all students, prepare them to achieve more than they think is possible, and “Make Awesome Happen”.
Congratulations to the 2019 Graduates from BHS and PAHS! We are #WBRPROUD of all of you!
We can't wait to see how you change the world!!!
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!
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Brusly High School and Port Allen High School named to the AP Honor Roll for the 2nd year!!
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Barbara Burke, Director of Human Resources and Staff Development