Salmen High School is a public high school located in Slidell, Louisiana, United States, under the St. Tammany Parish School Board.
The school serves southern Slidell and Eden Isle.
It was established in 1965 and has a current enrollment of 942 students in grades 9-12, with a student-to-teacher ratio of 19.00.
The school’s colors are black and gold, and its team name is the Spartans.
The school’s website provides information about its academics, athletics, counseling, and other programs.
The school’s history is a testament to the strength of its community and the unyielding spirit of its students.
The principal of Salmen High School is Saudah Blackman-Stokes, and the school has a staff of 49.57 full-time equivalent employees.
According to US News & World Report, Salmen High School is ranked #104 in Louisiana high schools and #4,470 in the national rankings.
The National Center for Education Statistics provides information on the school’s demographics, including its student body breakdown and state testing assessments.
Salmen High School locker room video
A video recently showed members of the Salmen football squad can be seen slamming a smaller player against the wall.
The target is then shown being pressed against by larger athletes as others hold him in position.
The victims were being passed between the pupils in the video, who were all dressed.
After the incident, the grandmother of the victim was questioned and admitted to WWLTV that a senior had sent her the footage.
The family member, who requested anonymity, also said that the football coach appeared unconcerned with the bullying taking place on his squad.
“We showed them the text messages that was being sent saying that he was next. The coach told us that they playing, and I guess he don’t see nothing wrong with it,” she said.
The boy had reportedly been informed by the bullies that he would not be allowed to play on the pitch if he did not participate.
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