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About Lisa Park


Lisa Park School opened its doors in 1967. The classrooms were numbered up to 22. The faculty of young teachers was led by Mr. Abel LeBlanc, principal. Under his leadership the school became established as an asset to the Terrebonne Parish School Board. The building was not air conditioned until the 1970s. By this time, twelve more classrooms had been added along with a teachers' lounge and additional restrooms. The gym was built next to the school in 1976. Lisa Park School housed grades 1 through 8. In the 1980s, the eighth grade was moved to Houma Junior High School. Then, kindergarten was moved to our school from the old Bayou Cane School. Recently, seventh grade was moved to Houma Junior High School. Eight principals have served Lisa Park School: Mr. Abel LeBlanc, Mr. Moe Chauvin, Mr. Willie Guidry, Ms. Pam Lemoine, Ms. Stacy Solet, Ms. Joanne Hergert, Ms. Terez Leblanc, and Ms. Misty Richard.


Today Lisa Park School houses grades Pre-K through 6. There are approximately 30 classrooms serving around 530 students. Our Principal is Ms. Misty Richard, Ms. Tracy Audirsch is the Assistant Principal, and Ms. Sheri Constant is the Intervention Content Leader. Our school has a guidance counselor, band director, computer lab, library media specialist, and speech therapist.


Lisa Park Elementary will foster cumulative growth as each student excels academically meeting individual, grade-level, and school-wide goals with the guidance of expert teachers and leaders. Social interactions will be developed through the recognition of diverse cultures creating a positive climate conducive to learning. By cultivating the needs of and providing enrichment for the whole child, all students will be prepared for the next educational level leading to college and career readiness.

Mission Statement

Lisa Park Elementary School Community strives for excellence in Academics, Behavior, and Character.

Our Philosophy

The primary responsibility of the Lisa Park School faculty and staff is to meet the academic needs of its students. The faculty provides an atmosphere that promotes academic achievement. Leadership, responsibility, dependability, and self-worth are essential to students for developing to their maximum abilities. Accordingly, much emphasis is placed on encouraging the growth of these qualities. Through the efforts of the school faculty and the child's parents, students at Lisa Park are furnished opportunities to grow into well-rounded students.