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UPDATED - Paper-Based Learning Resources


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The Iberia Parish School System is now offering the opportunity for parents to pick-up Paper-based Learning Packets. This service is being provided to assist parents who are interested in optional home-learning opportunities, but do not have internet accessible devices in the home. Interested parents or caregivers must sign-up to receive the Learning Packet by completing the linked form below.


The Paper-based Learning Packets will contain activities for two weeks at a time.  The final Learning Packet of the year will contain activities and suggestions for continued learning throughout the summer months. Internet-based learning opportunities are still available by contacting your child's teacher via email.


Paper-based Learning Packets must be picked up from your child's school between the hours of 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM on the following dates: 

Monday, May 4, 2020    

Monday, May 18, 2020    

Monday, June 1, 2020 


Please click the following link to sign-up for a Learning Packet:

Request for Paper-based Learning Packet


Download Paper-based Learning Packets




We must ensure compliance with IDEA law and section 504, as well as Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Our self-contained teachers, as well as our resource teachers, will collaborate with regular ed teachers and district staff in an attempt to give parents related modifications for the instructional resources provided to the parents.  All teachers must make decisions on a case by case basis with these resources. IPSD cannot, at this time, provide all services in the same manner they are typically provided. However, IPSD will work collaboratively and creatively to continue to meet the needs of students with disabilities.  IPSD will continue to take necessary actions to protect the health, safety, and welfare of students and school staff. In doing so, we feel utilizing these optional instructional resources for parents is the best method for our principals and teachers to stay connected during this national emergency.