Frequently Asked Questions and Resources

Attend a Community Meeting!

Superintendent Corley will be hosting community meetings to present information about the bond proposal. Be sure to attend to get your questions answered!

Meetings will take place at 6 p.m. at North DeSoto High School on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, August 22

  • Thursday, September 14

  • Thursday, October 19

Student and teacher standing in a classroom

Featured Frequently Asked Question

How are current spaces impacting the school day?

The communities served by North DeSoto schools have seen tremendous growth in recent years. The current North DeSoto Lower Elementary facility originally served grades K-6 and now houses preK-1. North DeSoto Upper Elementary has grown from four classes per grade level to ten. We are proud to serve every student in our schools, but we are simply running out of space. Hallways are crowded, we struggle to accommodate activities, and class sizes are higher than the rest of the parish due to space constraints. The bond proposal proposes a new high school facility, giving the capacity to reconfigure current spaces to meet the needs of the growing community. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

New FAQ added October 2, 2023