COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information & Updates

All schools within the Lafayette Parish School System will be closed until the end of the current school year.

Governor John Bel Edwards announced yesterday that he has officially closed K-12 public schools in Louisiana until the end of the current school year. In accordance with the proclamation, our students will not be returning to classrooms this year.

While we are disappointed that we will not return to our schools, we respect the decision and know that it was a necessary one to keep our students and staff safe, as that is always our top priority.

Louisiana is not the first state to make this difficult decision. Our team has been planning for many different scenarios as we began to see the number of coronavirus cases rise in our region. With this announcement of school closures, many details still need to be finalized before we can share information with families, such as continuing to enhance opportunities for optional learning and how to finalize this school year. Click here to read more

Stay Informed

In an effort to ensure that our community is receiving updated and accurate information, we encourage you to rely on official LPSS information found on this new Update Center ( located on the LPSS website) and the official LPSS Facebook page. We are continuing to update FAQs, so refer back often.

Additionally, we are proactively reaching out to our students and families with important information via our J Campus notification system. We urge parents to make sure that we have your current contact information on file by visiting the Parent Portal.

In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to follow CDC guidelines as a precautionary measure to prevent any further spread of this virus. If you are able, please offer support to friends and neighbors. Small moments of kindness, grace, and support will go a long way as we navigate our collective response to this situation.