Tensas Parish School Board


http://www.tensas.k12.la.us or www.tensaspsb.org
512 Plank Road
P.O. Box 318
St. Joseph, Louisiana  71366
Telephone:  318-766-3269
Fax:  318-766-3634



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Tensas Elementary School
Newellton Elementary School
Tensas High School


Beginning AUGUST 2014, SOCIAL SECURITY will no longer issue Social Security number printouts in the SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION field offices.  Individuals, who need proof of their Social Security number and cannot find their card, will need to visit their local Social Security Offices and apply for a replacement card, which will take 5 - 10 business days to receive by mail. 

You can find information about hot to apply for a Social Security card online at www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber/ ,and locate your nearest Social Security field office at www.socialsecurity.gov/locator. You may find additional information about Social Security on their website at www.socialsecurity.gov.

The Tensas Parish School Board and schools CAN NOT make copies of these cards for you.

Parents you can contact a member of the Social Security Administration, Regional Public Affairs staff at 214/767-3407 or by email at da.rpa@ssa.gov.


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The Tensas Parish School System adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal civil rights laws and regulations that are applicable to this agency.  Therefore, no one will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin (Tile VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964); Sex (Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972); Disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) (Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act) in attaining education goals and objectives and in the administration of personnel policies and procedures.

Revised December 18, 2009

    The beautiful parish of Tensas lies along the stately Mississippi River.  This land of cotton fields and hardwood trees is reminiscent of the plantation era.  Historic homes such as Winter Quarters (circa 1800) and historic places such as the Tensas Library and Plantation Museum (circa 1850) grace this northeast Louisiana parish.  Tensas Parish derives its name from the Tensas Indians who originally inhabited the territory.
    Being only 50 miles from Natchez and only 56 miles from Vicksburg, Tensas Parish is ideally suited for a commuting teacher.  Highway 65 which connects these cities to Tensas Parish is an easily-negotiated, newly-surfaced roadway.  Currently, teachers within the system commute from Mississippi as well as Concordia Parish, Madison Parish and Franklin Parish.
    Blessed with fertile river soil, Tensas Parish is an agricultural region.  Cotton, soybeans, wheat, and oats are the main crops.  The rich soil also makes the area suitable for cattle production.  These hardworking, agriculturally-oriented people continually strive to improve community living as evidenced by the locally, recreational facilities and folk festivals.