Educating One at a Time Making Every Moment Count
  Gov. John Bel Edwards today signed a proclamation that closes all K-12 public schools statewide effective Monday, March 16 resuming Monday, April 13, as Louisiana seeks to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the state. The Grant Parish School Board will continue to support the education of our students.  Information will be sent out via jCall, email and on this website. Please check back daily to view any changes that will affect our students. Click HERE for Meal Information Click HERE for information on student education plans for  Week 2 Click HERE for the GPSB Emergency Preparedness Info page Click HERE to continue to GPSB.org
Contact Information: In the best interest of our community and in response to Governor Edwards’ stay-at-home order, Grant Parish School Board Office and all Grant Parish schools will be closed.​ For specific questions, parents/guardians can email ​parents@gpsb.org​. Schools will continue to update parents and students through J-Text, Remind, school websites, GPSB website, social media, and through email.
Grant Parish students and parents who would like a medical consult/visit from the convenience of their home, Grant Community School-Based Clinic is offering telemedicine services. Call 318-310-2510 to schedule an appointment.
Louisiana Workforce Commission Department of Labor will be issuing Special COVID-19 Blanket Permits. Click HERE for more iinformation.
The school board meeting on April 16, 2020 will be conducted via Google Hangouts Meet.  Use the link below to join the meeting at 6:00 pm.  You can download the Google Meet app from your app store.
Join Hangouts Meet by clicking the linke below. meet.google.com/ywx-kbct-fbv Or you can join by phone using the phone number and pin below. +1 573-559-1175 (PIN: 187493008)
Grant Parish Schools Update: The feeding program through Baylor University has been accepted. We have sent the names of our students that we could verify, and they should be sending food shortly. I wish I could give a definite date, but they verify the list as well. As more information is available, we will post.  The governor has extended the stay at home order until April 30th. With this in mind, I have instructed principals to have their teachers prepare more lessons.  We hope this is helpful for keeping students engaged and lessens the impact on our childrens’ education.    Schools will provide more information.   Thanks for your support through all of this. Paxton Teddlie, Superintendent