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Fundraising Opportunities

Box Tops for Education is one of America's largest school fundraising programs and is a great way to help Lisa Park earn school cash. For every Box Top you clip, Lisa Park will receive 10 cents. Each school can receive up to $20,000 per school year from clipped Box Tops.  New books, playground equipment, more supplies, field trips, classroom parties and more can be purchased with Box Top cash. You can clip box tops and return them to school following these directions: Once you've finished with the product, clip the Box Top before you throw it away. Be sure to look over the whole box: Some packages offer bonus Box Tops. Simply send the clipped Box Tops into your school with your child. The school will turn them in. Box Tops can be sent to school with your child at any time.  Click here for Box Top Collection Sheets. 

*You can also use the Box Tops app, then you do not have to send them in to school. Follow directions at this link: Box Tops Website.

Box Tops

Save the UPC (bar code) from any Community Coffee products, too. The UPCs are worth 15 cents each. If you know of a business that buys the individual coffee packages by the case, ask them to save the triangular coupon from the top of the box. These are worth 75 cents each. Check with the bank or gas station you do regular business with, and they may save them for you. Most UPCs look like the one below.


Community Coffee

Parent Information

Bell Schedule

  • 7:25 - 7:45 AM - Breakfast
  • 7:45 AM - Classes Begin
  • Lunch Schedule
    • 10:30 AM - Kindergarten 
    • 10:50 AM - 3rd grade
    • 11:05 AM - 1st grade 
    • 11:20 AM - 2nd grade
    • 11:35 AM - Pre-K
    • 11:50 AM-  4th grade 
    • 12:10 PM - 5th grade 
    • 12:20 PM - 6th grade 
  • Recess Schedule
    • 12:10-12:25 PM 1st-3rd grade
    • 12:45-1:00 PM Kindergarten
    • 1:10-1:25 PM 4th-6th grade
    • 1:55-2:45 PM Pre-Kindergarten
  • 2:55 PM - End of Instructional Day / Bus Riders are dismissed
  • 3:00 PM - Walkers and Bike Riders are dismissed (Duty teachers walk them to the two crosswalks in front of the school).
  • 3:05 PMAfter Care students are dismissed once the carline students have exited the building.

 *Dismissal times for car riders, walkers, and                bike riders are approximate.


* Note - Parents wishing to physically collect their children should consider their child to be a “walker.”  Parents may wait on the crosswalks in front of the office building.  Parents are asked not to pull their student(s) from the car pick-up waiting area. 

  • Students riding a bus will be dismissed first.
  • Walkers will be dismissed after the dismissal of buses.
  • Car pick-up students will be released last.  Parents are asked to remain in their vehicles and follow the directions of the Lisa Park administration, faculty, and staff.
  • Thank you for helping us to keep our students safe.

Medicine Policy

  • Medicine taken on a regular basis must have an "Authorization form for Medication" that must be completed and signed by the doctor prescribing the medicine.


  • Teachers and other faculty members are prohibited to give students medication.


  • Students are NOT ALLOWED to possess prescribed or over-the-counter medicine. This includes medicated cough drops, sore throat lozenges, medicated lip balm, eye drops for contacts and any type of topical lotion.


  • Non-medicated cough drops (like Ricola), chapstick with no medication, and saline drops for contacts are allowed but you must send a note with the items in a ziploc to the office.
Parents Make the Difference
Parents Make the Difference
Building Readers
Building Readers

Student Progress Center

Parents/Guardians of children attending Terrebonne Parish Schools will be able to track their children’s progress by connecting to the Student Progress Center.  This website will allow a parent/guardian to check a child’s attendance, grades, discipline, transcript, and state tests scores in “real time.”  As soon as data is entered on a student at school, it is available on the Student Progress Center.


Click here for instructions.

Click here to enter the Student Progress Center.

TPSD Student Progress Center

State Requirements for Food in Schools

Due to rules from the State of Louisiana regarding foods that can be sold and served at school, all foods donated, served, or sold for snacks and celebrations must meet the requirements for safe and healthy school. These requirements are for all schools in Terrebonne Parish and in the State of Louisiana.

Click here for a list of approved snacks.

Before and After School Care

  • Available to students in PreK-6th grade
  • $20 registration fee
  • Morning care begins at 6:45 a.m.
  • After care ends at 6:00 p.m.
  • Call school for prices @ 985-876-1055

Code of COnduct

Click here for the TPSD Code of Conduct document

Uniform Colors for Pre K - 6th grade:

  • Pre K to 3rd grade - Navy uniform bottoms
  • 4th grade to 6th grade - Khaki or black uniform bottoms
  • All grades - White or Navy shirts


Please call the cafeteria manager, Eva Parker, with questions about the cafeteria at 879-3675.

Our school has received a grant for all students to eat breakfast and lunch at no charge to parents/guardians.

See link below for the monthly menu. 

Lunch Menu