Attendance Procedures 

Your child's attendance at school is necessary and important. Louisiana Compulsory Law requires high school students to attend a minimum of 80 days per semester.

Check - out Policy

Only the name(s) on the student's Emergency Card will be allowed to check out
the child.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

     No Students may check out after 2:00 pm

Edgenuity Credits Policy 

Students will receive credits for Edgenuity courses (E2020) if thay have completed 100% of the course online and with a passing grade of 67 and above.

Parent Resources

The new STUDENT PROGRESS CENTER (SPC) updates student data activity as it happens, enabling students and parents to track progress and prepare for success. It has taken the place of the Parent Acess Center. You no longer need to ask the school for a login, you can get that by going directly to:


I CARE online training for parents  

Parent Central: Education, Healthcare and Entertainment 

ACT Resources p.1 

ACT Resources p.2

ACT Resources in Spanish 1

ACT Resources in Spanish 2

 Textbooks online 

Math   ---   Science   ---   Social Studies  ---
English  --- Eng.II (code needed)

EBRPSS has made it mandatory for each parent of a prospective Graduating Senior to meet with the senior counselor at least twice.
Senior counselor is

Mrs.Carla Jones-Johnson

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Keep current with technology. You don't have to be an expert, but a little understanting goes a long way towards keeping your child safe online. Get basic technical training and learn about new products as they're released.


Keep communicating with your children about everything they experience on the Internet. Know their lingo, and ask when you don't understand something. Work to keep communication lines open.


Keep checking your children's Internet activity. Know where they go online. Let them know that you'll keep checking because you want them to understand that the Internet is a public forum and never truly private.


There is a dark side to the Internet

Sites featuring explicit pornography, expressions of racial hatred, violence and drug abuse can be accessed simply by typing the right terms into a search engine. Also, through e-mail and chat programs kids can establish communication with people who could do them physical or psychological harm.
It is
your responsibility as a parent to ensure that your children are protected from harmful material. By following a few simple guidelines, you can help make the time your kids spend online as productive, enjoyable and SAFE as possible.


1. Keep the computer in a common room in the house and position the monitor so it's available for public viewing.

2. Establish rules for using the Internet and teach your child important safety guidelines.

3. Use blocking software or filtering programs such as CyberPatrol, but don't rely on them as your only line of defense.

4. Predators often use chat rooms to contact kids. Teach them that people online are not always who they say they are.

5. Frequently check your computer's Internet History to see what sites your child is visiting.


6. Monitor your child's e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and all Social Networks accounts. Let them know you're checking it and why. Talk with them about potential online dangers

.7. Spend time with your kids online. Have them show you their favorite sites.

8. If you see anything suspicious or think that your child may be a victim of Inernet exploitation, contact your local FBI office or law enforcement agency.

9. Tell your kids to keep their personal information protected. They should never give their real name, address, phone number, the name of their school or a picture of themselves to anyone they meet online. NEVER let your kids meet in person with anyone they've met online.

10. Teach your kids to tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult if they feel uncomfortable about anything they've seen on a computer or on their phones.




 eye Predators hide behind masks of anonimity.
Your kids think they're chatting with a nice guy when in reality--their online "buddy" may be a vicious predator



get involved


Click here to find predators in your area 

If you have reason to believe your child is being targeted by a cyberpredator, we urge you to contact the Office of the Attorney General ICAC Task Force. Founded in 2003, The Louisiana ICAC Task Force in an interagency, multi-jurisdictional task force whose purpose is to share information, resources and expertise in the investigation, prosecution and deterrence of online sexual exploitation of children. The Louisiana Task Force is part of a cooperative nationwide network of ICAC Task Forces that are dedicated to protecting children in the online environment.
1885 N.Third Street Baton Rouge LA 70802   PHONE: 225-326-6079


According to the University of New Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center:

 - One out of every five youths who use the Internet received an online approach of sexual solicitation during a one-year period.
 -In 15% of such cases, the solicitor attempted to meet the child in person.

 -Only 25% of those who encountered a sexual solicitation told a parent or adult.
 -If asked, more than 29% of Internet-using kids will freely give out their home address, e-mail address and other personal information online.
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