A Message From Mrs. Hilburn:
Welcome to PPE!! As the principal of Plantation Park Elementary, I have high expectations for every student that walks through our doors. With collaboration between the school and community there is no doubt we will experience success along the way. When you enter our school you can expect to see teachers using hands-on, differentiated instruction, displaying a caring attitude and providing a safe environment for your child. We strive to always have a positive attitude and believe that Every Student Matters, Every Moment Counts! By working together we WILL achieve academic excellence and help our students become leaders in this community. We look forward to partnering with you for the 2022-2023 school year. Remember to check our Facebook page, our school app and our website for upcoming events and current news about Plantation Park and its wonderful students, parents, and teachers! Teachers send home parent communication folders daily with your child’s papers, important notes, and behavior reports. Please look over this folder with your child each day and sign any important papers to return to school. ALL grades are posted in OnCourse and will be updated weekly. Please make sure you check OnCourse for all academic information.
We look forward to you partnering with us as we show "Pony Pride" daily by learning to use Positive Words, show Respectful Actions, take Individual Responsibility, have Daily Attendance, and Expect the BEST from all our students. As always we want to work with you to create an environment where our students feel safe and are excited about coming to school each day!
I look forward to hearing from you! Please do not hesitate to call if you have any questions!
Assignment Books/Homework Notices:
Teachers in the lower grades send home weekly notices of homework assignments. Students in grades three through five are provided assignment notebooks in which they write their daily homework assignments.
Teachers send home weekly folders with graded work samples, behavior ratings, and Accelerated Reader information.
Progress notes that specify student grades are sent home at the midpoint of each nine weeks.
Report cards are sent home at the end of each nine weeks.
Conferences with Teachers:
Each teacher conducts at least one conference with each student’s parent during the first nine weeks. Other conferences are held throughout the year as needed.
Each classroom is equipped with a telephone so that parents can leave messages for teachers during class time and teachers can easily return calls or make needed contacts during their planning periods.
Pupil Progression Plan Letters:
Letters are sent to parents as specified in the parish Pupil Progression Plan to notify them when their child/children are at risk for possible retention or for failing the LEAP test.