Pre K – 2nd Grade
3rd – 5th Grade
6th – 8th Grade
Linwood’s Mission & Vision
The mission of Linwood Public Charter School (LPCS) is to be a provider of top-quality education to a highly diverse student body. LPCS will prepare all students for success in college, equip them with ability and desire for lifelong learning, and strengthen their civic, ethical, and moral values. LPCS will maintain high standards of efficiency and accountability throughout its operation.
From Our Executive Director
Thank you for showing interest in our school and all of the wonderful things that are taking place at LPCS. I have been truly amazed by our commitment to provide our students with a top-quality education that puts them on the right path. Our students are making significant progress and improving their performance on state exams. We will continue to pursue all avenues, keeping no stone unturned, on our journey to success.
At LPCS, every single person is responsible for the success of our school. LPCS is an excellent school with a strong faculty and wonderful students. I look forward to this school year with excitement and anticipation. By working together – students, teachers, parents, and community – we can make this year a great one for every child.
– Dr. Staughton Jennings
Our Upcoming Events & Activities
Read Across America
Gr. 3 – 5
High School Registration Day
Mother – Son Dance
Theme: Western Night
Time: 6:oopm – 8:00pm
23 – 27
HOW TO DONATE
Our “LEAP to Disney” campaign is to raise funds for Linwood Public Charter School’s scholars to travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. These are students who will score Basic, Mastery, or Advanced across all subjects on the LEAP 360 state assessment. The expected cost of “LEAP to Disney” is $45,000 – (approximately $750.00 per scholar).
Here at Linwood Public Charter School, our parent resource connection association (PRC) is an organization that
School Meals Menu
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Our News & Announcements
Students will be out of school beginning Monday, March 16th through Tuesday, April 14th, due to the signed proclamation by Governor Edwards, which includes the closing of all K-12 public schools.