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Communications / Public Information

The Office of Communications serves the Lafayette Parish School System and is dedicated to improving and maintaining communications with all stakeholders. Quality communication builds credibility, improves relationships, and earns trust. It is our job to keep stakeholders informed about policies, academics, performance, programs, activities, and accomplishments. These types of communication are vital in creating an educated, supportive community, and in promoting public confidence. 

Information coordinated by this office includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Communication to staff, students, and the community
  • Website content development
  • Social media
  • Media releases and requests
  • Superintendent’s communications
  • Marketing materials
  • Incident and crisis response
  • Recognition of students and staff
  • District-wide programs
  • Community relations

The Office of Communications serves Lafayette schools and the community by facilitating internal and external communications.

Materials (Flyers) and Services Distribution Form

 

Amanda N. Blanco
Public Information Officer
Amanda N. Blanco
337-521-7015
anblanco@lpssonline.com


Director of Community Collaborations and Partnerships
Traci Aucoin
337-521-7164
toaucoin@lpssonline.com


Communications Coordinator
Olivia Sonnier
337-521-7013
omsonnier@lpssonline.com


Webmaster
Blaine Bearb
337-521-7513
brbearb@lpssonline.com

The Lafayette Parish School System uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using their preferred email address and phone number. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.



Media Access to Schools

LPSS is committed to providing information on the district and its activities in an appropriate manner. It is the responsibility of LPSS to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning with as few disruptions as possible.

  • Media representatives (journalists, photojournalists, videographers, photographers) are not permitted on school grounds to interview, photograph or videotape without prior approval from the Principal or Public Infomation Officer. 
  • All school visitors, including media representatives, must check in through the front office.

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