Mrs Danielle Lagarde

EMAIL:    dlagarde@mylpsd.com


(985) 693-3272


-Be Respectful of Self and Others

-Be Respectful of the Environment

-Be Positive

Positive Behavior Intervention Support


*Bulldog Bucks*Bashes/Bulldog Blowout

*LCO Spirit Shirt Days EVERY Friday

*Dress Up Days


What Happens When Bullying is Reported at LCOMS?

Bully Investigation:

  1.  An investigation into the bullying incident will begin no later than the next business day.
  2. Documented interviews of the reporter, victim, alleged offender, and witnesses must be conducted privately, separately and confidentially
  3. The parent/legal guardian of any student involved must be notified the same day as the investigation and before the student can be interviewed.  The parent have the opportunity to attend any interviews. 
  4. The principal/designee will make a determination whether the act of bullying falls within the scope of the LEA within 10 business days from when the incident occurred and will take appropriate action as determined by the investigation. 
  5. If found accountable, the findings remain in the students's permanent record for 3 years following the incident.  


Bullying and Cyberbullying Procedures

Procedimientos de intimidación y Cyberbullying




The below information has been provided by the Louisiana State Police on how the public can report information about suspicious persons or activities directly to law enforcement. Any information about suspicious persons or activities affecting LPSD schools or sites should be immediately reported to that school’s SRO / local law enforcement, administration, staff, and supervisors. 


Historically, a majority of thwarted terror attacks have been the result of someone reporting something suspiciousand can also be important if a school attack is being planned.

An important aspect of prevention is to involve the public in a Suspicious Activity Reporting system.

In Louisiana Suspicious Activity Reports may be submitted by going on line to http://dpsweb.dps.louisiana.gov/suspicious.nsf/WebForm?OpenForm or calling the 24 hour line at 1-800-434-8007.

Suspicious activity may also be reported via smartphone. The free app offers users the ability to write or take a picture of anything that seems suspicious. Go to http://www.mymobilewitness.com/consumer-services.php.​

Louisiana School and Student Safety Act

The Lafourche Parish School Board is committed to providing a safe environment for the students and employees of its schools. The school board shall take immediate action to address any potential threats of violence or terrorism to students and employees as required by the Louisiana School and Student Safety Act. (La. Rev. Stat. Ann.§17:409-17:409.5)

Middle/High Training
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