APCS Mission Statement

In a safe, orderly, encouraging school environment, students will be guided in the development of character and learning potential in academically rigorous, content-rich educational programs.

Through firm policies of discipline, and with parental and community involvement,the students will master essential academic and life skills to function in a global society. 

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CONTACT US

201 Longfellow Road

Mansura, La. 71350

K-8th Grade Building

Ph: 318-240-8285 

Fax: 318-253-8452

High School

Ph: 318-240-9991

Fax: 318-253-4198

Clinic:

318-253-4785

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A letter from the Director

Parents,

The transition and adaptation to online learning has been a challenge for teachers and students alike.  Our teachers have had to figure out how to present class material, lectures, assignments and exams over the internet in less than a week’s time.  Our students have had to learn how to discipline themselves to turn home into a classroom without immediate feedback from teachers and the rich academic environment that a school provides. One of the most difficult things to monitor is academic integrity…honesty in schoolwork and on tests!  Parents, we need your help instilling this important character trait into our students! A schedule of tests will be posted on apcs.us and we are asking parents to make sure that students are taking academic integrity seriously by monitoring while your student is testing.  The tests will be scheduled in the evenings so that parents can assist with this important part of their coursework as well as with the development of character that will follow them throughout life.

Thank you for partnering with us as we try to provide an academically rigorous education for our students during this challenging time!

 

Julie C. Roy

SENIOR AND DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS 

IMPORTANT TEST DATES 

 April 1st- 

 ADVANCED MATH/ PRE CALC. (1ST HOUR SENIORS)- 

9.1 and 9.2 quiz - quiz can be taken at any time, but the quiz itself is timed

PROBABILITY AND STATS. (2ND AND 5TH HOUR SENIORS)-

3.1 and 3.2 quiz - quiz can be taken at any time, but the quiz itself is timed

ENGLISH IV NON-DE (2ND HOUR SENIORS)-

Rough draft essays due at 11:59 P.M., with peer editing to be completed by students. 

ENGLISH IV DE (1ST AND 4TH HOUR SENIORS)-

Works cited pages due by 11:59 P.M.

April 2nd-

WESTERN CIVILIZATION DE (SENIORS) - 

*The Age of Revolution Exam from 6:00-7:00 P.M. 

UNITED STATES HISTORY DE (JUNIORS)-

*The Second World War Exam from 6:00-7:00 P.M.

April 3rd-

BIOLOGY II (SENIORS)- 

Chapter 9 Vocabulary quiz- Due at 11:59 P.M.

April 5th-

ENGLISH IV DE (1ST AND 4TH HOUR SENIORS)- 

Rough Draft essays are due by 11:59 P.M.

April 8th-

  

WORLD GEOGRAPHY DE (SENIORS)-

*British Imperialism in India Exam from 6:00-7:00 P.M.

ADVANCED MATH/ PRE CALC. (1ST HOUR SENIORS)-

9.3 and 9.4 Quiz- Quiz can be taken at any time, but quiz itself is timed.

PROBABILITY AND STATS (2ND AND 5TH HOUR SENIORS)-

3.3 Quiz- Quiz can be taken at any time, but quiz itself is timed.

ENGLISH IV NON-DE (2ND HOUR SENIORS)-

Final drafts are due by 11:59 P.M.

April 12th- 

ENGLISH IV DE (1ST AND 4TH HOUR SENIORS)-

Final Drafts due at 11:59 P.M.

 

* parental supervision recommended