When: Friday, March 1, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
**Best time for interview: between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.**
What: Louisiana Lifespan Respite Summit
Where: Baton Rouge Crowne Plaza, 4728 Constitution Ave.
Contact: Kelly Viator, Coalition Member, 225-343-9880
Attention Principals, Assistant Principals and those interested in aspiring to leadership positions in southeast Louisiana schools: Apply now to be a 2013 Fellow
The School Leadership Center of Greater New Orleans is now accepting applications for the 2013 Fellows program, which is designed to help school leaders improve their school performance scores with real, hands-on trainings and reforms in teaching methods, utilization of student data, and building a school improvement team.
This program requires application by April 1.
When: April 27, 2013
8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Where: Xavier University of Louisiana
Registration for schools opens on March 1, 2013 and closes on April 14, 2013.
You will receive a reminder to register for the teacher fair as the registration date approaches.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs.Gina Dupart at 504.267.7239 or email@example.com
Audubon Charter School’s “Roaring 20’s Soiree” 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013, 7-10pm
Michaul’s, 840 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA
Audubon Charter School’s 2013 Soiree is the school’s major annual fund raising event. Proceeds go towards the public school’s academic programs and the children they serve. The “Roaring 20’s Soiree” will feature D.J. Brett Bonin, auctioneer Shelly Ackel, and 20’s Costume and Dance contests.
Attire is 20’s. All food, beverages and entertainment are included in the ticket price of $40 per person, (in advance), $50 at the door. Tickets are available at available at www.auduboncharter.com
For more information on the event or to purchase tickets or sponsorships, contact Sophia Griffies at (504) 324-7100/ Sophia_Griffies@auduboncharter.com or visit www.auduboncharter.com
With its Montessori and French programs, Audubon Charter School, formerly Audubon Montessori School/LÉcole Franco-Américaine, has created an advanced learning environment driven by curricula designed to draw highly-motivated, high-achieving students.
LEESVILLE-Leaders from Vernon and Rapides parishes were encouraged Tuesday morning at the receipt of a letter from the state’s Congressional Delegation. The Delegation, addressing Secretary of the Army John McHugh, detailed the importance of Fort Polk as a cost-effective training facility for the nation’s military.
Leesville Mayor Robert Rose said, “Our City is thankful for the unanimous and prompt response of our Congressional Delegation. It is encouraging to see that our federal leaders from all parts of Louisiana recognize the immense impact Fort Polk has on our nation’s defense as well as our state’s economy.”
The letter was in direct response to the Department of the Army’s pending force structure realignment that would reduce the Army’s total end-strength from 562,000 at the end of fiscal year 2012 to 490,000 by fiscal year 2020.
Area residents are encouraged to submit their own comments concerning the force structure realignment toUSARMY.JBSA.AEC.MBX@mail.mil. A sample letter can be found at leesville la.gov; www.englandairpark.org; andplanvernonparish.org.
A copy of the letter to McHugh from the Louisiana Congressional Delegation can also be found at leesvillela.gov andwww.englandairpark.org.
Who: Saint John Hunt, son of former CIA agent and Watergate Conspirator E. Howard Hunt, and author of Bond of Secrecy, a memoir about this life with this controversial father
What: Details about Hunt’s near-death confession regarding key figures involved in the JFK assassination which debunk the lone gunman theory
Contact: Kris Millegan, Publisher, (800) 556-2012