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District Vision, Mission, and Goals




Terrebonne Parish School District has embraced a progressive 21st century mindset, ensuring with unwavering care, that every student learns and grows academically with a guaranteed and viable curriculum at every level.  This growth will ultimately lead to each student graduating high school with the skills, knowledge, and preparation to be college and/or career ready.




Engage, Educate and Empower Every Student, Every Day


Core Beliefs

•    Our core responsibility is to create engaging work for every student,
      every day as student engagement is the key to learning.

•    Every student deserves to have an effective teacher, and
      every teacher deserves to have an effective leader.

•    Effective instruction must meet the needs of all students,
      so that every child can learn at high levels.

•    Given a safe and supportive environment, all students can learn.

•    Parent and community collaboration is fundamental to achieving and
      sustaining excellence.

•    We are a great school district, and we will be greater because
      of our commitment to high expectations.



1.    Our 2016 – 2017 District Performance Score will grow at least 5 points
       from its 2015-2016 score.

2.    Students will enter Kindergarten ready to learn.

3.    Students will be proficient in basic literacy skills in Grades K through 2.

4.    Students will be proficient (Basic or above) on state assessments
       in English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies in
       Grades 3 – 8. 

5.    Students will be proficient (Good or Excellent) on End-of-Course Exams
       in English II/III, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, and U.S. History.

6.    Students will be proficient on ACT (composite score of 18 or higher)
       and/or Work Keys (composite score of Silver or higher). 

7.    Eighty-five percent (85%) of students will graduate on time.

8.    Students will enroll in post-secondary education or graduate workforce-
       ready with college credit and/or Industry Based Credentials (IBC).


Locations and Phone Numbers

Central Office & Media Center
201 Stadium Drive
Houma, LA  70360 
(985) 876-7400


A. D. Martin, Jr. West Park 
Special Education and Federal Center

7573 Park Avenue
Houma, LA  70364
(985) 879-6400