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A Top 10
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The SJBP School District Strives to be an exemplary district working "As One" to fulfill the educational needs of our students and community.
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Congratulations to our SJBP STEM Chess Team

SJBP STEM Magnet Chess team Cyrel Rodrigazo, Avery Williams, and George Smith, along with Matthew Billings from SJBP East St. John High, attended the National Chess Championship in Texas with Coach Rene’ Phillips. The STEM CHESS TEAM walked away with 2 National titles in our first year of competition. Coach Phillips concluded: “Each of the players exhibited exemplary behavior and represented themselves, their team, families, school, parish and Louisiana extremely well. They all made indelible marks on executives from the United States Chess Federation and earned recognition in the organization's international Twitter Feed”. Congratulations!!!
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SJBP will work “As One” to become a Top Ten School District by challenging all stakeholders to become actively involved in the teaching and learning process to promote student achievement and a culture of lifelong learners.
 
All stakeholders will become active participants in creating an environment which ensures all students acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, and behaviors for success.
 
All students will be equipped with the necessary skills to become productive citizens and compete in the global economy.