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Vision Statement

The St. Landry Parish School Board will promote excellence in education for all citizens

Mission Statement

The purpose of Grand Coteau Elementary is to graduate responsible and productive citizens with strong critical thinking in academic skills by providing a rigorous, dynamic comprehensive curriculum delivered in partnership with the community, family and competent, qualified staff in a safe and caring environment.

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DATES & TIMES SEPT. 1, TUESDAY K 8:30-11:30 1st gr. 12:30-3:30 SEPT. 2, WEDNESDAY 2nd gr. 8:30-11:30 3rd. gr. 12:30-3:30 SEPT. 3, THURSDAY 4th. gr. 8:30-12:00 *Please be advised that we will follow all safety measures to ensure a satisfactory device distribution to all students *Wear a mask at all times while on campus. We ask that you do not congregate on parking lot, sidewalks and/or hallways *We can only allow a certain number of people to enter at a time. Please remain patient and adhere to safety rules as we navigate through this first time process for all *You will enter through Front doors only, temperature will be taken and you will be guided to proceed to the first station *You will be informed of your students Homeroom teacher *Please be prepared to fill out forms, sign documents, collect paper packets, etc. *Each station has a unique purpose so please do not skip *Device Damage Insurance is being offered for $20, (please be prepared with correct amounts if paying cash, we accept checks, we do not have access to credit card processing) It is not mandatory but the cost to replace devices is as follows: Samsung Tablets $145 Chromebooks $250 HotSpots $85 ~Please note insurance does not cover stolen or lost devices~ 🌟Again we look forward to seeing everyone and ask that we do this in a safe, quick & fulfilling manner for all involved🌟 GCES Distribution Committee

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Cool Schools: Grand Coteau Elementary

Schools of the Sacred Heart and Grand Coteau Elementary have teamed up to establish a community building partnership using reading to strengthen foundational academic skills. Students from grades 8th-10th grade from the Academy read to students, asked questions about what they were learning, and why they enjoyed learning it.

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Our School At A Glance

  • PK - 4 Grades
  • 313 Number of Students
  • formC School Score
  • 84% Certified Staff
  • 1.3:1 Student: Device Ratio