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M. Soileau ~ Principal           E. Duet ~ Assistant Principal          L. Cocke ~ Instructional Coach

Congratulations Mrs. Andrews!  Broadmoor Teacher of the Year


Pre–K Applications for



Applications for Pre-Kindergarten will be accepted in two rounds this year at the Federal Office at 7573 Park Ave. from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Round 1 will be on Feb. 15, 16, & 17 for Only those who qualify according to income guidelines (see website for Federal Income Guidelines). Round 2 will be on March 15, 16, &17 for all others. Please visit the TPSD Website at http://www.tpsd-la.schoolloop.com/prekindergarten for Income Guidelines, documentation needed to apply and frequently asked questions.



Kindergarten Registration


Kindergarten registration will be held on Feb. 15 & 16. at school. The following items are needed for registration: birth certificate, social security card, immunization record, and proof of residence.  Proof of residence must be one of the following: a lease, a rental agreement, or a utility bill with your physical address and listed in your name.  If you are living with someone else, an affidavit must be completed and turned in with proof of residence from the person you are living with.



1st Grade

  • By the end of the year 85% of students will read 47 correct words per minute or higher on the DIBELS benchmark assessment and 93% or higher on the District’s Grade 1 Sight Word List.
  • By the end of the year 93% of  students will score 82% or higher on the End of Year Math Assessment.
  • During the 2016-2017 school year, we will use nonfiction texts, leveled readers and academic vocabulary/activities to build a background in social science within our reading lessons. 



2nd Grade

  • By the end of the year 90% of students will read 87 correct words per minute or higher on the DIBELS oral reading fluency and students will obtain 90% or higher on the Grade 2 District Sight Word List.
  • By the end of the year 90% of students will score 85% or higher on the District’s Benchmark Math Assessment.
  • During the 2016-2017 school year, we will use nonfiction texts to integrate Science and Social Studies into our ELA curriculum. 



Child Care

There will be no afternoon childcare on the Friday’s of parade days– Feb. 17th & 24th.  Please make arrangement for your child.


Mardi Gras Holidays

We will be off from Feb 25th—Mar. 5th. Students return on March 6th.

Visit the TPSD website at:  http://www.tpsd-la.schoolloop.com/


Under the heading Parents you can find –Parent News which has a link to homework help. The link is www.homeworkla.org  You can also see your child’s grades in the student progress center.


Upcoming Events

January 30 - Pre-K Field Trip 9 - 11:30

February 3 - Progress Reports

February 3 - PBIS Reward

February 7 - Texas Roadhouse Night

February 8 - PTC Meeting @ 6:15

February 10 - PBIS Dance

February 15-16 - Kindergarten Registration at Broadmoor

February 21 - Class Pictures

February 22 - PK Field Trip to Bowling Alley 9:15-1:00

February 24 - PBIS Reward

February 25 - March 5 - Mardi Gras Holidays


2016-2017 Calendar

Arrival & Dismissal

Parents please be reminded that if you are bringing or picking up your child, the carline is on Mire Street. The front of school is reserved for walkers and bike riders only. This is for the safety of all.



February’s PBIS reward will be held on February 24th.  Students who earn the reward will enjoy Arts & Craft time. Please talk to your child about making A’s and B’s in conduct, having no office referrals and earning no more than 3 (PK-2nd) & 2 (3rd-6th) green slips.  We would love to see them earn the reward every month. 




S ~ Safety First

I ~ Interact Responsibly

N ~ Never Give Up

G ~ Give Respect



Mission Statement

All Students will be lifelong learners.

Vision Statement

The Broadmoor Elementary Faculty is committed to providing all PK-6th grade students an essential curriculum with aligned instruction and assessments.  Through a caring environment, this will ensure that all students reach their full academic potential.  As a result, students leave Broadmoor as future leaders who are ready to continue along the college and career readiness path.

Educational Focus

Professional Development on engagement strategies for teachers resulting in engaging lessons that meet the needs of all students.


To report child abuse and neglect, 

call the DCFS Child Protection hotline at

1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437)

toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Today: 3/24/17