N. P. Trist Middle School

Our middle school is located in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana and houses nearly 800 6th, 7th and 8th graders!

Operating as usual

09/17/2021

It's great to be a BEE! After a strong start back, our Arlene Meraux Bees are ready for the weekend. Interested in joining our school family? Visit our website to learn more: https://www.sbpsb.org/ #StBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess

09/16/2021

An inside look at our CHS Voices taking the classroom outside, led by 2022 Louisiana Teacher of the Year Annelise Cassar Tedesco. Be a part of something amazing! https://www.sbpsb.org/ #STBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess

09/14/2021

Kelly Le-Bowman was sworn in for her appointment to serve as the interim representative for District 3 by her husband, Justice of the Peace Beau Bowman at tonight’s St. Bernard Parish General Committee Board Meeting. We welcome Mrs. Le-Bowman into our school family. Thank you for your commitment to public education and to our community. #StBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess

Timeline Photos 09/14/2021

Timeline Photos

Our weekly #TeacherFeatureTuesday is back, and we are proud to spotlight Ms. Desselle, a 5th grade math & science teacher at Chalmette Elementary! Often providing support and positivity to her colleagues & students, Ms. Desselle is truly deserving of this honor! #StBernardUNITED

09/14/2021

Join our team! We're are currently hiring for the following positions: elementary, elementary special education, middle and high school ELA. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply: https://stbernardparishsdla.munisselfservice.com/employmentopportunities/default.aspx #StBernardUNITED #VisionEffortSuccess #sbpsb

09/10/2021

Families,

As we resume normal activities in St. Bernard, our thoughts are with neighboring communities that experienced loss from Hurricane Ida.

We are fortunate in how our parish weathered this storm, and it has been inspiring to see the people of our parish come together over these last two weeks. The daily acts of kindness and incredible generosity that you have shown have set the example for others to follow.

We are thankful that our schools and facilities are in great shape and are ready to welcome our students back on Monday, September 13, 2021.

Strength is often revealed during times of crisis. During this latest challenge, our theme of unity and community has really resonated. From our elected officials to our school leaders, teachers, staff, and families, we have truly worked as one to guide our community throughout this latest storm — safely and together.

We are grateful for your continued support, trust, and commitment during these difficult times.

As always, stay well, stay informed, and stay UNITED.

Doris Voitier
Superintendent of St. Bernard Parish Public Schools
https://www.sbpsb.org

09/09/2021

We are thankful for the dedication of our principals and food service teams as they work to ensure a safe and healthy reopening! #StBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess

09/09/2021

Our supervisors, custodians, and maintenance crew are working hard in preparation for a safe start back. Thank you for ALL that you do! #StBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess

09/07/2021

The strength of a community is revealed during times of crisis. The resiliency and generosity of the people of the parish and the kindness of strangers are stories that should be told.

Please join us in thanking those that have selflessly helped during our time of need, and share the love by using #StBernardUNITED. Make your post public so we can share your stories.

09/07/2021

At a special meeting of the St. Bernard School Board, Mrs. Kelly Le-Bowman was appointed to serve as the interim representative for District 3. Le-Bowman, a Chalmette resident and an active community member, will fill the seat that was vacated with the passing of long-time board member, Darleen P. Asevedo.

Click to access the full release on our website: https://www.sbpsb.org/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=4&ModuleInstanceID=23979&ViewID=6446EE88-D30C-497E-9316-3F8874B3E108&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=26711&PageID=1

09/06/2021

In Memory of Paul Conrad Granberry, Jr.

Paul was a great example of what faith, family, and friendship truly mean. He was an integral part of our district’s success, serving the children of St. Bernard for 50 years as a supervisor, principal, counselor, and teacher. We are indebted to him for his passion and compassion for our school community.

To know him was to love him. Paul will be greatly missed. We offer condolences to his wife Debbie, his daughters Jill and Erin — who followed in his footsteps as educators — and the rest of his family.

09/06/2021

We look forward to welcoming our students back on Monday, September 13, 2021! ,
#stbernardparish

Families,

As Labor Day approaches, we wanted you to know that our schools and facilities sustained minor damage from Hurricane Ida. We miss our students and are all anxious to have power restored to our homes, so we can begin to assess the damage and put our personal lives in order.

Many of our employees, students, and families who evacuated have not yet returned. While almost all of St. Bernard Parish will have power by tomorrow, major parts of Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, and St. Tammany will not. A number of our employees live in those areas.

As such, St. Bernard Parish Public schools and offices will welcome our students, teachers, and support personnel back on Monday, September 13, 2021. This reopening date will ensure our families and staff are able to safely return home and are provided ample time to prepare for reopening.

As we do each day, we will provide a safe and caring environment for all of our students. We have food to feed our children, and milk, bread, and fresh produce are being ordered. Our buses are ready, and we have sufficient gas to operate them. We will be ready and look forward to welcoming our children back to school on Monday.

This has been a tough time for everyone, but we have experienced much worse. We have always pulled together as a family, and we will continue to do so — united.

Stay safe and continue to stay well,

Doris Voitier
Superintendent of St. Bernard Parish Public Schools
09/05/2021
https://www.sbpsb.org

09/06/2021

Families,

As Labor Day approaches, we wanted you to know that our schools and facilities sustained minor damage from Hurricane Ida. We miss our students and are all anxious to have power restored to our homes, so we can begin to assess the damage and put our personal lives in order.

Many of our employees, students, and families who evacuated have not yet returned. While almost all of St. Bernard Parish will have power by tomorrow, major parts of Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, and St. Tammany will not. A number of our employees live in those areas.

As such, St. Bernard Parish Public schools and offices will welcome our students, teachers, and support personnel back on Monday, September 13, 2021. This reopening date will ensure our families and staff are able to safely return home and are provided ample time to prepare for reopening.

As we do each day, we will provide a safe and caring environment for all of our students. We have food to feed our children, and milk, bread, and fresh produce are being ordered. Our buses are ready, and we have sufficient gas to operate them. We will be ready and look forward to welcoming our children back to school on Monday.

This has been a tough time for everyone, but we have experienced much worse. We have always pulled together as a family, and we will continue to do so — united.

Stay safe and continue to stay well,

Doris Voitier
Superintendent of St. Bernard Parish Public Schools
09/05/2021
https://www.sbpsb.org

09/03/2021

St. Bernard Parish Public Schools Hurricane Ida Update (09/03/2021): Schools to Remain Closed Until Further Notice; Minimal Damage Reported to Schools and Facilities

Earlier today, St. Bernard Parish Public School System officials concluded initial assessments of all school buildings and district facilities in the wake of Hurricane Ida with minimal damage reported. Additionally, power has been restored to parts of St. Bernard Parish, leaving district officials optimistic that the rest of the parish will gradually receive power soon.

As such, all St. Bernard Parish Public Schools will remain closed until further notice. Reopening will depend upon how soon power can be restored to the rest of the parish and how quickly district facilities can be made fully functional.

Superintendent Doris Voitier and the St. Bernard Parish School Board are addressing immediate school needs and the needs of staff, students, and families, citing opening up safely as their number one priority.

"District supervisors and our maintenance crew — in coordination with St. Bernard Parish Government officials — have been working nonstop since Hurricane Ida hit,” said Voitier. “I’d also like to acknowledge the incredible efforts of the linemen and crews who continue to work tirelessly to light up our parish.”

St. Bernard Parish Government officials have been updating the community frequently, providing them with cooling center locations, gas locations, as well as blue tarp, ice, food, and water distribution locations. Families are encouraged to visit https://www.sbpg.net/ for additional recovery information.

"This teamwork perfectly illustrates our theme for this school year — UNITY in community,” said Voitier. “Thank you to our partners and families for trusting us during this challenging time.”

District officials will continue to provide updates as conditions improve and additional information is made available.

"We have weathered many storms together in the past. This time will be no different,” said Voitier. “We know we will get through this together.”

Access the full release: https://sbpsb.org/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=4&ModuleInstanceID=23979&ViewID=6446EE88-D30C-497E-9316-3F8874B3E108&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=26708&PageID=1 #sbpsb #StBernardUNITED

09/02/2021

Families,

Earlier this evening, the first lights since the storm were turned on in our parish. We now have power in all of Arabi and parts of Chalmette. We are cautiously optimistic that we will gradually receive power throughout the parish in the near future.

All St. Bernard Parish Public Schools will remain closed throughout this week. Reopening will depend upon how soon power can be restored to the rest of the parish and how quickly our facilities can be made fully functional.

I would like to personally thank David Fernandez, Jason Dewey, and the St. Bernard Parish Public Schools maintenance crew who have been working nonstop with me and our school board members since Hurricane Ida hit. Thank you to our Parish President Guy McInnis, our parish CEO Ronnie Alonzo, our Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann, and all employees in parish government who have been working very closely with us. I’d also like to acknowledge the incredible efforts of the linemen and crews, led by Curtis Navis, who continue to work tirelessly to light up our parish.

This teamwork perfectly illustrates our theme for this school year — UNITY in community. Thank you to our partners and families for trusting us during this challenging time.

We will continue to update you as conditions improve and we have more news to share. Please visit the district (https://www.sbpsb.org) and school websites and social media pages for the most current information.

As always, we know we will get through this together.

Sincerely,

Doris Voitier
Superintendent
https://www.sbpsb.org

08/30/2021

Families,

As a community, we have weathered many storms together in the past. This time will be no different. My number one concern during the aftermath of Hurricane Ida remains your safety. I hope that you are all safe and remained out of harm's way.

Due to the loss of power sustained during Hurricane Ida, all St. Bernard Parish Public schools and offices will be closed until further notice. This decision was made in close consultation with St. Bernard Parish Government officials. This closure extension includes all district and school events and activities.

We will make further announcements as needed. Please continue to visit our websites and social media pages for the most current information.

Please stay safe and UNITED as we recover from Hurricane Ida. We will get through this together.

Sincerely,

Doris Voitier
Superintendent
https://www.sbpsb.org

08/30/2021

Families,

We hope you are all safe and continue to take necessary precautions. Given the severity of Hurricane Ida and its impacts on our community, all schools and offices will be closed through Tuesday, August 31, 2021. We previously announced closure for Monday, August 30, 2021. This closure extension includes all district and school events and activities.

District officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Ida. We will make further announcements as the situation evolves. Please continue to visit our websites and social media pages for the most current information.

Please stay safe and weather aware.

Sincerely,

Doris Voitier
Superintendent
https://www.sbpsb.org

08/27/2021

Due to the anticipated impacts of Hurricane Ida, all St. Bernard Parish Public schools and offices will be closed on Monday, August 30, 2021.

The Jamboree that was scheduled for Friday, August 27, 2021, at Chalmette High School has been canceled. Additionally, all school activities will be canceled throughout the weekend.

District officials will continue to closely monitor the situation and make further announcements on our websites and social media accounts.

Please stay safe and weather aware.

08/25/2021

This month's edition of Super News spotlights our theme of UNITY, the start of school, district activities and accomplishments, and more! You can watch the August 2021 episode, as well as previous episodes, by visiting our YouTube channel. #StBernardUNITED #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess
https://youtu.be/1wESkN34JFM

08/17/2021

Looking for information about your student’s Pandemic EBT benefits? Visit our website at https://www.sbpsb.org/Page/17174 to learn more about the P-EBT Parent Portal and how to request a change to the P-EBT information submitted for your student. #sbpsb #StBernardUNITED #VisionEffortSuccess

Timeline Photos 08/17/2021

Timeline Photos

This week's #TeacherFeatureTuesday spotlights Felix Caserta, a Quest for Success teacher at Trist Middle School. Felix's top priority is keeping his students safe, healthy, and informed. Thank you Felix for all that you do!

Visit our website to learn more about our district at https://www.sbpsb.org/. #sbpsb #StBernardUNITED

Photos from N. P. Trist Middle School's post 08/13/2021

Thank you to the Meraux McDonald’s for breakfast this morning! The faculty & staff of N. P. Trist Middle School appreciate your support!

08/12/2021

Some reminders from TMS! We appreciate our parents and students for helping successfully launch the school year!!!

Some reminders from TMS! We appreciate our parents and students for helping successfully launch the school year!!!

08/05/2021

Opening of School Info

Opening of School Info

08/05/2021

We are excited to welcome our students back tomorrow! Share your first day of school photos, make your post public, and tag us at #firstdaySBPSB to be featured on our page. #sbpsb #VisionEffortSuccess #StBernardUNITED

08/04/2021

CAR RIDER ROUTE Map for N. P. Trist Middle School

CAR RIDER ROUTE Map for N. P. Trist Middle School

08/03/2021

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT at TMS scheduled for August 4 has been cancelled out of an abundance of caution!

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT at TMS scheduled for August 4 has been cancelled out of an abundance of caution!

08/03/2021

Families,

Yesterday afternoon, the Governor reinstated a mask mandate for all indoor activities in the state of Louisiana. Due to the social distancing concerns he discussed, we are canceling Back-to-School Night for all St. Bernard Parish Public Schools. Please continue to monitor our school websites and pages for the latest information.

We look forward to students returning to in-person learning on Friday, August 6.

08/03/2021

Families,

Yesterday afternoon, the Governor reinstated a mask mandate for all indoor activities in the state of Louisiana. Due to the social distancing concerns he discussed, we are canceling Back-to-School Night for all St. Bernard Parish Public Schools. Please continue to monitor our school websites and pages for the latest information.

We look forward to students returning to in-person learning on Friday, August 6.

08/03/2021

Face masks are now REQUIRED for all in our school buildings and school buses! #maskup #stbernardparishpride

Face masks are now REQUIRED for all in our school buildings and school buses! #maskup #stbernardparishpride

07/29/2021

TMS Back-To-School Night Information! UPDATE: All parents & students are required to wear a mask to our Back-To-School Night!

TMS Back-To-School Night Information! UPDATE: All parents & students are required to wear a mask to our Back-To-School Night!

07/16/2021

2021-2022 TMS School Supply List! This list can also be found on the school & district websites.

2021-2022 TMS School Supply List! This list can also be found on the school & district websites.

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Krissy Gadwaw
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