In a press release dated June 16, 2017, St. Mary Parish Superintendent Mr. Leonard Armato announced appointments to a number of positions in order to facilitate transitions and provide appropriate time for an effective start to the 2017-18 school year. Here is a summary of these appointments:
Director of Human Resources Mr. Pete Boudreaux has released employee calendars for the 2017-18 school year. These can be found on this website under Employees | Calendars or by clicking this link: https://www.stmaryk12.net/calendars
The 2017-18 School Calendar can be found under Parents/Students | Basic Information or by clicking this link.
St. Mary Superintendent Leonard Armato announced three central office appointments today. The retirements of Ricky Armelin and Wally Griffin resulted in open positions in both Personnel and Child Welfare. Following the assessment of candidate credentials and committee interviews, Mr. Armato has made the following appointments:
Congratulations to the new appointees. The full press release is available here.
|Welcome to St. Mary Parish Schools|
St. Mary Parish is a school district committed to providing a quality education for all students. The district has worked to develop and maintain a reputation as an elite, proactive, and successful school district dedicated to student achievement as its top priority. As superintendent, it is my responsibility to place students at the forefront of all decision-making while supporting teachers with the necessary resources for effective instruction. Working together with stakeholders, my goal is to respect, support, and set high expectations for all employees to ensure a valuable, productive, and safe educational environment.
I personally invite you to discover St. Mary Parish from this virtual environment. In addition to district and school directories, the website provides helpful information such as school board policies, cafeteria menus, bus routes, and links to individual websites for each of our 23 schools. Parents are encouraged to obtain login information from their child’s school to access attendance and class grades through the Student Progress Center.
Mr. Leonard J. Armato, Superintendentlarmato@stmaryk12.net
No one is exempt from falling victim to online impersonation, even the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission.
Nat Wood of the Consumer & Business Education division of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a warning today about spam email that appears to be coming from Maureen Ohlhausen, the acting chairman of the FTC.
It's actually a phishing email that askes for your bank account information on the pretense that you will receive money from a government settlement with Western Union.
If you receive this email, don't respond OR click any links. Simply forward it to the FTC at email@example.com.
Wood assures readers that the FTC does work to shut down scams, but it "will never ask for money, your Social Security number, or any banking information." Yes, there is a settlement with Western Union in the works, but if you are entitled to a refund, you will receive a check via traditional mail.
For Students: "Summertime is always the best of what might be." -Charles Bowden
For Staff: "There shall be eternal summer in the grateful heart." -Celia Thaxter