CONGRATULATIONS to the WFHS Lady Saints Soccer Team for defeating Sterlington 3-1! The Saints are headed to the quarterfinals for the first time in school history! #wearewestfel #gratefel Go Saints!
over 3 years ago, Georgia Dudley
WFHS girls soccer team
Congratulations to the Girls Soccer Team! They ranked 8th in Division III State Playoffs and are Bi-District Champions! They will host the Regional Round of playoffs Monday at 5:00 at Saints Stadium. Come cheer them on against Sterlington! Go Saints! #wearewestfel #GRATEfel
over 3 years ago, Georgia Dudley
Girls Soccer Team
Congratulations to the WFHS boys soccer team for making it to the playoffs! Wish them luck as they travel to Deridder for the playoff game at 5:00 today! #wearewestfel #gratefel
over 3 years ago, Georgia Dudley
Soccer Playoffs!
Mardi Gras Break February 15th & 16th Staff Development February 17th
over 3 years ago, Leslie McClure
Good Evening Parents, Employees and Community Members, As Superintendent, I want you to know that as a system we are deeply saddened and hurt by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers. We, as a school district, do not condone acts of racism, violence or social injustice. My hope is that we can learn from this tragedy and other examples of racial injustice, and that we can become a better school system through dialogue and action. We owe this to our students, our families and our community. As a school system that serves all students from all races, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds, we recognize the importance of our diversity, the strength of our diversity, and the responsibility we as a school system have to educate our students on the values of inclusion, fairness, and justice. I, like you, struggled to watch the death of George Floyd. I struggled to understand it, and I struggled to explain the incident to my children. So, if the recent events have you struggling with conversations, we want to provide a video to help you as a parent. I hope that this video from Channel 9 might help you and your family. You can find it at wafb.com, search for How to discuss the recent protests with your child. Also, if your student feels the need to speak with someone, we will have a counselor available during the remainder of June on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 8:00-12:00. Please call the Family Service Center at 225-635-5299 to schedule a time for your child. Sincerely, Superintendent Hollis Milton #wearewestfel
about 4 years ago, Leslie McClure
Reminder: Pick-up breakfast and lunch will be available at West Feliciana Middle School on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00 -11:00 on a first come, first served basis, beginning this Monday, March 30. This will last for two weeks. Beginning Monday, April 13, 2020, free bi-weekly meals for students can be shipped right to your door through our partnership with Baylor University. If parents are interested, please visit our website for details and fill out the google form by April 3: https://tinyurl.com/westfelmeals.
about 4 years ago, Georgia Dudley
Parents: meal delivery will be approximately 1 hour late today because we are preparing two days worth of meals to distribute today. Pick up at the middle school will be from 11:00-12:00 today.
about 4 years ago, Georgia Dudley
Important Reminder: today at 5:00 p.m., all schools will be locked and no one will be allowed in the building while we conduct a deep cleaning. If you have any questions regarding the school closure, please email Covid19@wfpsb.org.
over 4 years ago, Georgia Dudley
Good Afternoon, Due to the recent malware attacks on school system computer networks, the LDOE is mandating updates to all devices and network hardware in an effort to protect all computers from an attack. At this time, the West Feliciana Parish School System does not have any threat or sign of compromise. However, to be proactive, we will be shutting down the network to implement the mandated updates. During this shutdown, school and district office phones may not work, but school personnel can still be reached via email. We appreciate your patience during this time, and we will keep you updated on this process.
almost 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Good Afternoon, Due to the recent malware attacks on school system computer networks, the LDOE is mandating updates to all devices and network hardware in an effort to protect all computers from an attack. At this time, the West Feliciana Parish School System does not have any threat or sign of compromise. However, to be proactive, we will be shutting down the network to implement the mandated updates. During this shutdown, school and district office phones may not work, but school personnel can still be reached via email. We appreciate your patience during this time, and we will keep you updated on this process.
almost 5 years ago, Georgia Dudley
WFMS Orientation
almost 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Orientation
The WFHS SOCCER TEAM will host a camp the week of July 15th ⚽️ BOYS and GIRLS age 6 - 14 can sign up. See flyer for details.
almost 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Soccer
WFHS Baseball advances to second round of playoffs with a win of 4-3 over Patterson!
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
West Feliciana Baseball Senior Day! #11 Peyton Lamartiniere
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Peyton
Peyton
Peyton
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Congratulations go to the WFHS Boys and Girls Track Team!  6-3A Champions!
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Track
Good afternoon, West Feliciana Parents: Schools will be closed tomorrow, April 18 due to weather conditions. Students will return on April 29 after Spring Break. Please remember Early Voting begins on Saturday, April 20 and goes through Saturday, April 27.
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
WFHS production of Annie will be tomorrow at 5:00p.m. Tickets are $7 and they can be purchased at the door. Those who already bought tickets and cannot attend the show tomorrow, can receive a full refund by bringing their ticket to the front office of WFHS on Monday.
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Congratulations go to Daniel Chen and Wyatt Wood, Bains 5th graders, for achieving over 570 points in accelerated reader! Wyatt and Daniel received a signed football from LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron for their efforts and achievement from Superintendent Hollis Milton.
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
AR Points
Congratulations go to Bains Elementary 5th graders, Rae'Zjon Williams, Amelia Quebedeaux, and Tyler Brian as finalist in the Holocaust Essay Contests sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Baton Rouge.
about 5 years ago, Leslie McClure
Winners