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Student Support Services

804 Cleveland Street

or PO Box 587

Franklinton, LA  70438

Phone: 985-839-9816

Fax: 985-839-4794


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Report Child Abuse: 1-855-4LA-KIDS
Report Child Abuse: 1-855-4LA-KIDS

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Contact Us

Lisa Williams
Grant Accountant
Phone: (985)839-6002
Fax: (985)839-4794

LeAnna Kerbow
Administrative Assistant
Phone: (985)839-9816
Fax: (985)839-4794



Student Support Services

Employment Opportunities

WPSS is accepting applications for the following positions in the Special Education Department:

  • Special Education Teacher
  • Teacher of Visually Impaired
  • Teacher of Hearing Impaired
  • Speech Language Pathologist
  • Educational Diagnostician
  • School Psychologist
Public Notice

     The Washington Parish School System Office of Student Support Services has special education records for former special education students who have not received special education services for the past five years.  These records will be destroyed on June 6, 2019, thirty (30) business days after publication of this notice, unless claimed in person by the parents, guardians, or individuals evaluated.  Individuals evaluated who are now 18 years or older must appear in person.  A government issued ID is required.  These records may be claimed at the Office of Student Support Services, 804 Cleveland Street, Franklinton, LA  70438, between 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., Monday through Thursday.  If you have questions, please call 985-839-9816.  Please remember that these records may be needed by the former student in the future for Social Security benefits or other purposes.  The Washington Parish School System’s Office of Student Support Services will retain only a permanent record of student’s name, last address of record, last telephone number of record, exceptionality, date of birth, case number, school, sex, and last evaluation date of record.

Field Trip to Walmart!
Field Trip to Walmart!

FHS Students Place in Junior Duck Stamp Contest


From Left to Right: Brooke Bordeleon (HM), Allyssa Istre (HM), Hailey Abrams (1st), Heath Vince (2nd), Meghan Withers (2nd), Aleria Dillon (HM), Marilyn Allen (2nd), Dakota Gulsby (HM),

Chelsea Schesser (2nd), Shamya Hart (2nd), Savannah Mixon (3rd), Camron Williams (HM),

Chloe Dement (HM), Hannah Wascom (HM), Brady Landry (HM), Karina Alfaro (1st), Joley Lavigne (3rd), Kacie Turnage (HM), Shanice James (3rd), Sarah Beth Adams (HM), Colton Sanders (HM),

 Kristen Polk (3rd), and Sawyer Sandifer (3rd). Not Pictured: Colby Reeves (3rd), and Siera Williams (1st)


Franklinton High School Talented Art students just participated in the 2017-2018 National Junior Duck Stamp Contest.  This is a nationwide contest that includes all 50 states and Washington DC.  Last year more than 27,300 students entered state art contests. The program began in 1989 as an extension of the Migratory Bird Conservation and Hunting Stamp, commonly known as the Federal Duck Stamp. The national Junior Duck Stamp art contest started in 1993 and the first stamp design was selected from the eight participating states. The program was recognized by Congress with the 1994 enactment of the  Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program Act. Franklinton High School Talented Art students are very honored to have placed in such a wonderful contest. 


Student Support Services supports schools and families to help students be successful! 

Student Support Services Team
Student Support Services Team


PHS Students Donate Birdhouses for the ACT Now for Autism Event