The Lafayette Parish School System has released some important information for students and parents regarding the school year, school lunches and more.

LPSS says that all Louisiana Public Schools still remain closed through April 13, 2020. They will send an update should that change.

Due to the possible lack of internet or computers for some students, LPSS says that there will be no required "assignments, quizzes, or projects/etc. issued to any LPSS student"

Below is the full statement from

While students are out of school, Lafayette Parish School System will offer student meals at the locations listed below. Meals will be offered to any child age 18 and under regardless of whether they are a Lafayette Parish School System student. Pick up times are 9:30a.m. - 1:00p.m., Monday - Friday. Breakfast and lunch will be provided together. In the health interest of students and staff, students who walk or ride to pick up meals are expected to receive his/her meal and immediately exit campus. Individuals coming in vehicles are asked to remain inside and not exit your vehicle.  
The grab and go locations are:
Alice Boucher Elementary School
400 Patterson Street in Lafayette

Broussard Middle School
1325 South Morgan Avenue in Broussard

Carencro Middle School
4301 North University Avenue in Carencro

Charles Burke Elementary School
2845 Ridge Road in Duson

Corporal Michael Middlebrook Elementary School
1801 Kaliste Saloom Road in Lafayette

Duson Elementary School
301 4th Street in Duson

Edgar Martin Middle School
401 Broadmoor Blvd. in Lafayette

J.W. Faulk Elementary School
711 East Willow Street in Lafayette

Scott Middle School
116 Marie Street in Scott

Lafayette Middle School
1301 West University Avenue in Lafayette

Live Oak Elementary School
3020 North University Avenue in  Lafayette

Milton Elementary & Middle School
222 West Milton Avenue in Milton

Paul Breaux Middle School
1400 S Orange St in Lafayette

S.J. Montgomery Elementary School
600 Foreman Drive in Lafayette

Youngsville Middle School
600 Church Street in Youngsville

In an effort to ensure educational equity across our district, there will be no required assignments, quizzes, or projects/etc. issued to any LPSS student. Due to the lack of internet or home technology for many students, distant learning is not an equitable option for our district. Families are encouraged to contact your child’s teacher who can suggest optional learning resources to students. Teacher email addresses are available on individual school websites. For a school website directory, visit and click on the “Schools” tab. We know that optional learning resources will not take the place of regular classroom instruction. Such resources are meant to supplement student learning at home.

We will continue to answer the questions that you have. In some instances, we can provide answers quickly. Because of this unprecedented situation, some questions may take staff a bit longer to answer. We remain in communication with LDOE and other state authorities for guidance. We have created a FAQ link where families and students can submit questions related to this school closure.
As we remain mindful of the concerns of our students and their families, we will continue to update information as frequently as possible.

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