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Parent Guide to LEAP 2025 Practice Tests

This year students in grades 3 through high school may take practice tests in English language arts (ELA), math, science, and social studies to help prepare them for the LEAP 2025 statewide tests. Practice tests allow students to do the following●become familiar with the testing format●practice using the online tools for online tests●respond to some of the types of questions they may find on the LEAP 2025 tests

Accelerated Reader Bookfinder

Searching for books with a corresponding Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360® quiz is easy with Accelerated Reader Bookfinder®. Students, teachers, parents, and librarians can search in English or Spanish using criteria such as ATOS book level or a Lexile™ measure, interest level, title, author, fiction/nonfiction, subject, award-winners, state lists, CCSS Exemplars, and more.

Check My Student's Grades

Claiborne Parish Student Progress Center

Crawford the Cat

Crawford the Cat is a fun and engaging character that stars in educational health and social skills videos for preschool, kindergarten and early elementry aged childern

District Student Handbook

This handbook and school district policies, rules and regulations are in effect while students are on school grounds, school district property or on property within the jurisdiction of the school district; while on school-owned and/or operated buses or vehicles; while attending or engaged in school activities; and while away from school grounds if the misconduct directly affects the good order, efficient management and welfare of the school district or involves staff or students. Students who fail to abide by the policies of the Claiborne Parish School Board shall be disciplined for conduct which disrupts or interferes with the education program; conduct which disrupts the orderly and efficient operation of the school district or school activity; conduct which disrupts the rights of other students to obtain their education or to participate in school activities. Disciplinary actions include, but are not limited to removal from the classroom, detention, suspension, probation or expulsion. Discipline can also include prohibition from participating in extracurricular activities, including athletics.