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    Golden Meadow Upper Elementary School

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Important Information

First Day for Students

Monday, August 8th



7:50   Doors Open

8:15   School Begins

3:15   School Dismisses



Uniform Policy

Red or White collared oxford or polo style shirts

Khaki shorts, skorts, skirts, jumpers, or pants

Socks must be visible above the shoe and must be solid in color.  Red, white, khaki, or black socks are allowed at GMUES.

Shoes must be closed in the front and back and must have ties or straps.

Click this link to see the complete Lafourche Parish School Board's dress code policy. dress code.jpg 

Our Mission Statement

Golden Meadow Upper Elementary will prepare all students for academic success!


GMUES is a Title 1 School

Title I is a federal assistance program that provides funding for our school based on eligibility.  GMUES qualifies as a Title I School because more than 40% of its students receive free or reduced lunch.  Learn more about Title 1 Schools.




124 North Third Street, Golden Meadow, LA 70357

Upcoming Events

  • End of 1st Marking Period

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  • Professional Development

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  • Report Cards

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  • Presidential Election Day

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Faculty & Staff

Meet our faculty and staff.

3rd Grade Teachers

4th Grade Teachers

5th Grade Teachers


Office & Custodial Staff


Special Education Teachers


Cyberbullying & Sexting

Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre, Superintendent of Schools, Jo Ann Matthews, and District Attorney Camille A. Morvant, II, are warning parents and children about the dangers of sending or receiving explicit photos or messages through texting and social media as part of a new public awareness campaign. The campaign is designed to educate citizens about the social and legal consequences associated with crimes like “sexting” and “cyberbullying,” and to encourage parents to pay attention to what their children are doing online.  More information on cyberbully and sexting can be found on the Lafourche Parish School District Website Homepage as well as on the Office of Child Welfare and Attendance Website.  If you have any further questions and/or concerns please contact the school board office.

Homework Help

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