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The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services has a Parent Portal that allows you to view and receive information about your student’s P-EBT benefits. You will need to create a CAFE account and link your student's P-EBT case to your CAFE account. We encourage you to do this to verify the information that we sent on your behalf. If you scroll down on the Parent Portal webpage, you will find helpful video instructions. If you find an error in your student’s information, please let us know and request a correction, if necessary. Please be aware that if a change request is approved, it will take approximately 6 weeks to process and get you a new card.

Selected Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Frequently Asked Questions for Use with Parents
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Why haven’t I received a P-EBT deposit for certain months and/or for summer?

The Summer P-EBT program only recently received federal approval. We’re submitting information to DCFS for students who were in-person in May, and you can expect benefits to be issued onto existing P-EBT cards between late August and October.

My child attended school in person in the 2020-21 school year, so we didn’t receive a P-EBT card yet. Will we receive Summer P-EBT?

As schools submit information about students who were enrolled in May AND received free meals, DCFS will issue benefits to those students and order cards to be mailed to those students in their names. They are expected to be received by October 3.

I haven’t received my child’s P-EBT card yet. Why?

Have you checked the P-EBT Parent Portal? The Portal contains information about your child’s P-EBT case, including the months for which benefits were issued. You can view the Parent Portal by visiting

I’ve checked the Portal and the information that was submitted is not correct. My child didn’t receive benefits for all the months he or she was eligible for.

We (the school) can review your child’s attendance records in the Student Information System to determine if a correction is warranted. If so, we’ll submit the information to the P-EBT system. This type of update is processed each week and processing could take a few weeks to complete, depending on when the change is submitted and whether there are any other issues. Updates appear in the Parent Portal on Wednesdays.

You’ll find more information about corrections on the P-EBT website at

If you are having another issue with your card, the DCFS LAHelp-U Customer Contact Center should be able to assist. Try calling 1-888-524-3578 or emailing You can call LAHelpU from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., M-F, except on holidays. To activate your PEBT Card with the automated system, select your language, then 4 and then 1. If you're having problems activating your card or creating a CAFÉ account to log into the PEBT Parent Portal, you can select 4 and then 2 to have a Customer Service Representative assist you.
Tip: Call volumes are lightest between 7:30-8:30 am & 5-6 pm. (Monday and Tuesday are the busiest days.)



Dear Future Teacher,

Oxford Teachers Academy at Reach University is a low-cost undergraduate program for you to become a licensed teacher in your community. Our Bachelors in Global Education (BAGE) program offers both a BA degree and certification (Elementary Special Education).




To complete the Interest Application over the phone, schedule time here: INTEREST APPLICATION CALL

More information, click here: Admissions Website

For unique questions (e.g. transfer students, transcripts, etc) email:


Additional information about the BAGE program:

  • Students pay $75/month throughout the program
  • Online classes, after dinner time, 2 nights per week
  • Our residency model uses your work experience as credit to your degree

To be eligible for OTA, you must meet all of the following conditions: 

  • be a high school graduate or hold GED Equivalent
  • be at least 18 years of age  
  • work with children for 10-15 hours/week in an academic setting





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Elizabeth High



Application Deadline – February 1, 2022


Oakdale Middle


Special Education Teacher

Application Deadline – TBD


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High School English Teacher

Application Deadline – TBD

Pre-K Teacher

Application Deadline – TBD


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These voluntary participation student accident insurance plans offered through your school can be purchased easily online at:

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Contact Kenney Courville at (337)639-4311

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1111 West 7th Ave
Oberlin, Louisiana 70655

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