EBR Parent Survey

EBR Parent Survey

Please take a few minutes to complete the online EBRPSS Climate & Culture Parent Survey 2018-2019 for Woodlawn High School. This survey is part of the district’s AdvancED accreditation process. Your input will help support our continuous improvement efforts at both the school and district level.

The survey can be found by clicking here.

The survey will closed on December 14, 2018. Your input is appreciated.

Woodlawn High Hosts College and Career Fair

Woodlawn High Hosts College and Career Fair

Woodlawn High School students have an opportunity to get a glimpse of their futures at the Annual College and Career Fair which will be held on Thursday, October 4th.

This annual event is possible through the efforts of Woodlawn High School Counseling Department and Woodlawn Staff working together to host the college fair. The “fair” runs from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the WHS gymnasium.

College fair organizers have worked hard to ensure students will be able to speak directly with people from the colleges in which they are interested. From the larger schools, like Louisiana State University and University of Alabama, to the state’s smaller colleges, such as Centenary Collge and BRCC, just to name a few. Representatives will share information on cost, living arrangements, curriculum, overall campus experience, and more with attendees.

Woodlawn High knows that every student does not fit into the typical college experience and organizers planned for this fact; there are several vocational and technical schools in the lineup as well as the United States Armed Forces branches.

Woodlawn Offers Evening Classes for Parents

Woodlawn Offers Evening Classes for Parents

In an effort to further assist parents at Woodlawn High School, the school is offering evening classes for parents. Classes on seven different topics are being offered, with many of the classes being offered on multiple dates to better fit the schedules of our parents. Classes will be located in the Library Computer Lab.

With the help of administration and faculty, parents will be given information on different topics during each class.

  • August 28, 2018  and September 4, 2018 – Assimilation Workshop/ESL Parents, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
  • September 10, 2018 and October 15, 2018 – Homework Assistance Tips for Parents, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • September 11, 2018 and September 12, 2018 – Parent/Teacher Communication Skills, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • September 16, 2018 and November 13, 2018 – There’s an App for That/Google Chrome, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • September 25, 2018 and October 18, 2018 – Homework Assistance & Math Tips for Parents, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • October 30, 2018 – College Planning & Scholarship Search Tips, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • January 14, 2019 – FAFSA Completion Help, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Parents with any questions should email Ms. Anitra Walker.

Schedule Change Request Form

Schedule Change Request Form

Guidance has asked any student who has a schedule change request to fill out the form attached at the following link.

Valid Requests Include:
-you have taken and received credit for the course already
-missing a graduation requirement
-hole in schedule
-took summer school to recover credit
-move to a higher level class

Click here for the schedule change request form.

Fall Sports Begin

Fall Sports Begin

With the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year comes the beginning of 2018 Fall Sports. Cross Country, Football, Swimming and Volleyball seasons begin in August. Practices for all four sports are currently underway, with the first official contest for each of the sports taking place in the final week of August.

Students interested in participating in any of these fall sports are invited to contact the prospective head coaches. While some sports have limitations on students returning to Woodlawn High School, all freshmen and new students are invited to participate.

Students interested in running Cross Country should contact Coach Rogers (mstrickland@ebrschools.org). Coach Rogers can be found in the library throughout the school day.

Coach Luquet (dluquet@ebrschools.org) is the Head Football Coach. Coach Luquet invites all new students and all freshmen who are interested in playing football to speak to him in the courtyard before school or during either lunch shift.

Ms. Heyer (aheyer@ebrschools.org) invites all students, new or returning, who are interested in swimming to see her in room 1208 during their lunch shift.

All new students interested in playing volleyball should see either Coach Malpica (nmalpica@ebrschools.org) or Coach Gonzalez (mgonzalez@ebrschools.org). Coach Malpica can be found in room 1211, while Coach Gonzalez can be found in the gym.

In addition to the four sports beginning now, several other sports will begin practice and contests during the fall semester. Wrestling, led by Coach Guidry (cguidry@ebrschools.org) can begin practice on October 1st. The boys and girls basketball teams can begin practice on October 8th. Students interested in basketball should contact Coach Fernandez (efernandez@ebrschools.org).

Boys and girls soccer will be the next sports to begin practicing, with the first official practice date set on October 22nd. Female students interested in playing soccer this year are asked to see Coach Hampton (champton2@ebrschools.org) in room 206 as soon as possible. Male students should listen for upcoming announcements from Coach Barnes (abarnes@ebrschools.org).

Powerlifting will begin in November. Athletes interested in powerlifting should speak to Coach Baronich (sbaronich@ebrschools.org).

While bowling, golf, and tennis will not begin until the spring semester, interested students are invited to contact their coaches now. Prospective bowlers should contact Coach Gonzalez. Coach Malpica should be contacted by any interested golfers. Any students interested in joining the tennis team should contact Coach Broussard (wbroussard@ebrschools.org).

With the multitude of fall sports going on at Woodlawn, the hope is that every student is able to find something to interest them!