CO-VID 19 Updates

4/20/2020 @ 3 PM

Today is the last day of our spring break. Distance learning will

resume tomorrow.


Last week, the governor announced that we will not return to campus for

the remainder of this school year. We are expected to continue teaching

and learning. Our online lessons will continue. We are working on a

no-contact paper option for students with limited access to technology.

Beginning Wednesday afternoon, we will have filing cabinets just outside

the office with paper assignments for each grade.

There is also a locked drop box. Assignments in the cabinets will be updated each Wednesday morning.

Based on the guidance we have received from the state, it is clear that we cannot host the large gatherings we usually enjoy near the end of the school year. We know you are disappointed. We are, too. This is especially hard for our juniors and seniors. We are planning safer alternatives to the traditional graduation and ring ceremonies now. Juniors and seniors should check their school emails daily for new information about these events, classes, end of year paperwork, ACT, AP, and more.  As the new school year approaches and we know what is and isn’t allowed, we hope to have an event where the seniors can get together before everyone goes their separate ways. It’s important to us because we know it’s important to you.


To say the past month has been a challenge would be an understatement. We want you to know how much we appreciate our students, parents, and community for your patience, support, encouragement, and hard work. It means more than we could ever express.

(Published 3/13/2020 @ 2:00 PM - Updated 3/17/2020 @10:00 AM)


Please Note:

Notifications and updates will be posted on our website, Instagram account and our Facebook page. 

Please be advised Spring Break will remain as it appears on our school calendar (April 10-17) Students will return to school Tuesday, April 21st.

A letter from our ceo in Response to Co-VID 19

Parents and community members,


Our faculty and staff are working hard to make sure that your child/children will still have access to appropriate lessons throughout this time.  Our teachers are working to create on-line classes that will allow students to remain current on the content and create opportunities for the children to communicate any questions with their teachers.  Last Friday, every SCCS student came through the computer lab and was shown how to log on to their email and other applications in order to access these lessons.


We also understand that not every child has access to on-line materials.  To combat this, we have taken several steps to ensure that everyone will be able to remain current which include:

            -The office remaining open Monday through Friday from 8am-noon.

-Sending all of the students home with their Springboard books for Math and ELA (if your children were absent Friday, those are available in the office).

-Our teachers are working to create alternative (non-internet dependent) options for those without access.

-We are working on creating free wi-fi that can be accessed by anyone’s device from the school’s parking lot.

-We are working on a schedule that will enable students to have access to the library to both check out books and use the school’s computers.

-Using this week as a “dry-run” so the students and the teachers can iron-out any problems.



This will be a learning process for all of us.  Please encourage your children to communicate any concerns that they have with that class’s teacher (through email) so that we can work together to ensure a smooth transition to these alternative delivery methods.


Please check in to the school’s website and other social media outlets for the most up-to-date information.


Thank you for your patience during this time.



Clint Ebey

CEO, Slaughter Community Charter School

Online Learning Links

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New MealTime Online Lunch Program

Click here on MealTime Online to be taken to the Mealtime Online Lunch Program.

Slaughter Community Charter School is now using MealTime Online to provide the opportunity for you to view activity and history on your student’s lunch account, check account balances, receive low balance email notifications, and even make credit card deposits into your student's cafeteria account. In addition, the web site allows you to create and submit Free and Reduced Price School Meal Applications. 

Create a MealTime Online Profile: Once at the MealTime Online website, click on "Create New Profile" and enter a Username and Password that you will use to login to MealTime Online. The Username and Password must be at least 6 characters. For example, Username: jsmith Password: pty845.

Log in to your MealTime Online account using the Username and Password that you just created.

Options: At this point you can select MEAL ACCOUNT DEPOSITS to add your student to your profile then deposit money, OR you can select FREE & REDUCED APPLICATIONS to apply online for reduced meal prices.

Add Your Student: You will need your student’s first name ID number. Click the Meal Account Deposit button then select your school. Click the Add Student link to add your student using your student’s first name and student ID number.

View Account Balance and History: Once you’ve added your student, click the "View Details" link next to your student's name to view his/her cafeteria account balance and purchase history.

Make a Deposit: Click on the "Make Deposit" link to make a deposit into your student’s lunch account. There is a transaction fee, which will show at the end BEFORE you complete your transaction, and a $25 minimum deposit. 

Create an Online Application: Click the Free & Reduced Applications button and follow the wizard to create your application. Again, you will need your student’s first name and ID number. You will receive notification regarding the determination of the application within 10 business days.






Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are pleased to announce Louisiana has been approved by the USDA to participate in the Pandemic EBT Program. If your student was identified as eligible to receive free or reduced meals at school during the 2019-2020 school year, we encourage you to apply for the P-EBT Program. Approved families will receive a SNAP Benefits card in the mail for each student listed on the P-EBT application. If you would like to apply for P-EBT, please follow this link: http://www.dcfs.louisiana.gov/page/pebt-program#apply

The application will be open from Monday, May 18 through Monday, June 8. Please note the deadline to apply for P-EBT is Monday, June 8. If you wish to apply for P-EBT benefits, please do so as soon as possible.

Please contact the school at 225-570-8682 or email Dr. Goudeau at sgoudeau@thesccs.org if you have any questions.


Clint Ebey

Class of 2020 Honor Graduates

SCCS Honor Graduates finish high school with a core GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Valedictorian- Shelby Goodwin

Salutation- Tanner Fooshee

Honor Grads-
James Allen, Hannah Babineaux, Samantha Boitnott, JR Cart, Gabriel Collier, Madison Goodwin, Henry Hanchey, Ke’Tron Jones, Brooklyn Kleinpeter, Parker Meadows, Scott Oates, Mikelyn Odendahl, Bailey Stiles, Kaitlyn Teague

2020 Senior Superlatives

Most likely to succeed: Henry Hanchey and Shelby Goodwin

Most likely to become President: James Allen and MyLisha Hall

Class Clown: McArthur Perry and Christian Young

Most Athletic: Ke’Tron Jones and Kenleigh Langlois

Best Smile: Tanner Fooshee and Kaitlyn Teague

Friendliest: Gabriel Collier and Sarah Kimbel

Best Dressed: Lawrence Manuel and Allison Teekel

Most Changed since Freshman year: Henry Hanchey and Kassie Lea

Most Artistic: Cody Creppel and Ayanami Taylor

Most Musical: McArthur Perry and Kaitlyn Hathcox

Most Dramatic: Cody Creppel and Sam Boitnott

Most School Spirit: Ke’Tron Jones and Kaitlyn Hathcox

Most Sarcastic: Tyler Milton and Brooklyn Kleinpeter

Most likely to work @ SCCS: Scott Oates and Madison Goodwin

Cutest Couple: Tyler Milton and Shelby Goodwin



FREE WiFi Access

FREE WiFi access is now available in the front parking area at SCCS!
WiFi Name: SCCS_Public_Access
No password needed.

Class of 2020 Graduation Information

Due to government restrictions on gatherings and concerns about spreading COVID-19, we cannot hold our ceremony as planned.  Each graduate will schedule a private walk across our stage to receive a diploma and take pictures.  On May 15th at 6:00, we will have a drive-thru ceremony on our campus.  Guests are invited to witness this event from a vehicle in our parking lot.  Space is limited.  Family and friends may choose to park along the route of our informal Parade of Graduates through Slaughter.    If you cannot join us in person, we invite you to see photos and video clips on our social media sites.

Parade of Graduates Route

Following the "Drive-Thru" Graduation on Friday, May 15th, there will be an informal "Parade of Graduates" through Slaughter. Since space in our parking lot is limited, friends and family may choose to park along the parade route to greet the Class of 2020. Our best estimate is that the "parade" will leave the school around 6:20 p.m.. From the school, graduates will turn left on HWY 412 W, right on West Street, right on Meadowood, left on Graves, left on Rush, left on Munson, right on Meadowood, left on West, and then disperse to their personal destinations. Everyone is encouraged to be mindful of social distancing practices. We hope residents along the route will come outside to celebrate with us. Good public vantage points may include Slaughter Elementary, the post office, and the parking lots near Slaughter First Baptist Church.


The SCCS Student Technology Help Desk  is a FREE technical support service for students for issues with Office 365, student email accounts, and more.  It is our goal to support our students so that their online learning experience is less complicated.


Contact the Help Desk at  225-286-1450.


The SCCS Help Desk is provided by MIS Technology Group and will be available 7 AM – 6 PM Monday thru Friday. 

East Feliciana Public School System Student Feeding Program Information

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM


The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has provided flexibility to schools to provide meals to ALL children 18 years and younger during the extended school closure, as mandated by Governor John Bel Edwards, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. East Feliciana Public Schools is committed to ensuring that our students continue to receive well-balanced breakfast and lunch, during this time.

The East Feliciana Public School System has identified the following three locations as our district meal sites:
- Slaughter Elementary School: 3170 Church Street; Slaughter, Louisiana 70777
(Student Carpool Line)
- East Feliciana Middle School: 10410 Plank Road; Clinton, Louisiana 70722
(Student Bus Loading Zone)
- Jackson School Complex: 3501 LA-Highway 10; Jackson, Louisiana 70748
(Student Bus Loading Zone)


Parents/Guardians will be able to drive through the zones identified above at each school to receive bagged meals.
For your convenience, both breakfast and lunch will be available at the same time for each child at no charge.
Our staff will be onsite with meals, so that families will not have to exit their vehicles.
Meals will be prepared based on the previous days’ attendance and are available
while supplies last.

Click here to download 2020/2021 forms to become a SCCS student.

Early Dismissal Schedule

March 27, 2020

May 15 - 21, 2020 

SCCS Announces 2019/20 Teacher & Students of the Year

Mr. Daniel Baker, Teacher of the Year

Audrey Falgoust, 8th Grade Student of the Year

Ke'Tron Jones, Student of the Year

We applaud your hard work!

Subscribe to SCCS REMIND groups to receive text messages from teachers and the school counselor.  

Click here for information on the Counselor's Remind Groups.  

Click here for all SCCS Remind Groups by teacher and subject.

Student Parking Guidelines & Application

Students may pick up their parking passes during orientation or during school hours after the start of school. When you come to pick up your parking pass, bring the required form filled out, $15 cash, and a copy of your driver's license and proof of insurance. Passes will not be issued unless everything is turned in at the same time.

Click here for student parking guidelines and application.

PE Uniform Information

Students are required to purchase a PE uniform through the school. PE Uniforms will be available for purchase during orientation and the first weeks of school.


Required for PE:

Shirt ($6) and shorts ($9) purchased through SCCS.  Socks and athletic shoes with laces are also required and can be purchased at parents discretion.

During cold months students wear solid black or gray pants. They must follow the school sweatshirt policy (hoodies are not allowed in PE).


Questions: Contact Dr. Goudeau at sgoudeau@thesccs.org or Coach Lambert at mlambert@thesccs.org


William LeDoux for picking up the 220-pound Division V state championship title at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Powerlifting State Championship in Alexandria on March 14-16. 


Kryssa Hebert is pictured with her math teacher, Ms. Sirchia, and Anvil Attachment’s Craig Attuso. Kryssa filled in the multiplication table grid to 12x12 in 2:30.84 capturing first place in the school and the $100 prize money provided by Anvil Attachments.

SCCS ranked one of the 'best' 17 Louisiana public high schools in 2018, according to US News!

Click here to read more about the ranking. 

Click here to read an article out of New Orleans about the national rankings by US News and World recently rating SCCS #13 in the state.


With the release of the 2017 School Performance Scores Slaughter Community Charter School has been recognized as a Top Gains school by the Louisiana Department of Education. Rising 11.5 points to an overall academic performance score of 98.9 (B).  We are so proud of the hard work and determination of our students, faculty, and community to always do their very best while seeking Excellence in Education.

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Slaughter Community Charter School
2944 Hwy 412 West, Slaughter, LA 70777

Phone: (225) 570-8682

Fax: (225) 570-8694