L.P. Vaughn Principal delivers School Spotlight to School Board members  

L.P. Vaughn Principal Natalie Ducote provided School Board members with an update on the good things going on at her school. L.P. Vaughn has 115 employees that serve 676 students in grades Pre-K through 2nd, hence the affectionate nickname “the little people school.”

They’ve been able to do several physical improvements to the facilities through a bond initiative the taxpayers passed a few years ago. This includes painting to reflect the school cultures and colors and create one cohesive look throughout the hallways, redoing the floors, adding covers to awnings to connect buildings, adding fencing to increase overall safety, and installing new playground equipment. BOM also donated a flag for the school’s flagpole and new landscaping surrounds its base.

The school’s two instructional specialists provide on the job professional development with bi-weekly cluster meetings.

“Teachers need this support to grow in their craft,” Ducote explained.

Home, School, Community – We care about education!

L.P. Vaughn’s mission is to work with the parents and community in developing the skills and character necessary for student success academically and socially in an ever changing world.

School Philosophy
We, the faculty and staff of L.P. Vaughn, believe the purpose of this institution of learning is to provide an environment in which all children can develop to their potential. We believe that each child has different aptitudes and attitudes and that the staff is responsible to provide for these individual differences. Our goal is to make it possible for each child to meet the challenges in a rapidly changing society.