There are Superheroes Among Us at Hynes Charter School! You are invited to reveal your superpowers with your support through a sponsorship, donation, and participation at our amazing gala. The gala will be out of this world with a live band, silent and live auctions, dancing, and fabulous food & drinks from around the super city of New Orleans.
Your superpowers will support the third phase of our outdoor construction of additional play and athletic spaces to support school-wide programming.
Saturday, November 14
Patron Party: 6:00 p.m.
General Admission: 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
The Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Ms. Carolyn W. Colvin, will address older adults on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at Carrollton-Hollygrove Senior Center on 3300 Hamilton St. New Orleans, LA at 9:30 a.m. Parking will be located adjacent to the center.
Ms. Colvin has served as the Acting Commissioner since February 14, 2013 and was nominated as the Commissioner of Social Security by President Obama in June of 2014. Prior to this designation, she served as Deputy Commissioner and she also serves as a Trustee to the Social Security Board of Trustees.
Throughout her career, Ms. Colvin has managed programs that help people with their healthcare and financial needs. She previously held key executive positions at Social Security Headquarters: Deputy Commissioner for Policy and External Affairs (1994-1996), Deputy Commissioner for Programs and Policy (1996-1998), and Deputy Commissioner for Operations (1998-2001). Ms. Colvin has received numerous awards and recognition for her managerial expertise and creativity. She has served on a variety of boards and commissions, including the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare.
New Orleans Charter Science and Math High School “Sci High” will hold an Open House for parents and prospective students. Parents and students are invited to learn more about Sci High’s rigorous academic programming and unique school-wide activities. Prospective students/parents will also have the opportunity to tour the campus and meet the faculty and staff.
Sci High is an open-enrollment, tuition-free, public charter high school, grades 9-12, and will be a part of OneApp / enrollNOLA for the 2016-17 school year. Sci High is highest performing open-enrollment high school in the city and one of the best high schools in Louisiana according to the U.S. News & World Report.
The International School of Louisiana (ISL) will hold Open Houses for parents and prospective students in grades K-8 at its Uptown and Jefferson Campuses. Interested parents are invited to visit the school and learn about ISL’s unique and high quality language immersion education. The mission of the International School of Louisiana is to provide a challenging education emphasizing language immersion, international awareness, and the celebration of diversity and community responsibility. ISL’s Uptown Campus is open to any resident living in the state of Louisiana and the Jefferson Campus is open to Jefferson Parish residents only.
International High School of New Orleans (IHS), a public charter school open to all Louisiana residents with a strong emphasis on world languages such as Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, French, Spanish and Vietnamese and an IB diploma, will hold an Open House for prospective students in grades 9-12 on Tuesday, October 20, at 5:00 pm at the school, 727 Carondelet St. in New Orleans. To register for the Fall Open House online, go to: www.ihsnola.org
The International High School (IHS) of New Orleans is a high performing, public charter school open to students throughout Louisiana in grades 9-12. The world language program at IHS includes Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, French, Spanish and Vietnamese courses. A full college preparatory curriculum is complemented by an authorized International Baccalaureate Programme (IB) and Dual Enrollment Courses. An IB Diploma demonstrates student completion of a rigorous two-year academic program.
Tre’von Cooper is a high school student who lives in Kentwood, Louisiana and everyday he goes to class with his godmother.
Angel Pickering is an elementary school student in Baker, Louisiana who likes staying at home to do her classwork, so she can be with her dog named Clifford.
Ashton Gorman lives in Minden. He did great in a traditional school, until the third grade where he started getting so stressed and distracted by the school day, that he could barely get through his homework. Now in middle school, he’s getting the extra help he needs.
All three of these students have different needs, but all are getting their K-12 education at what is now one of the largest charter schools in Louisiana: Connections Academy, a completely virtual public school.
And there are more than 2000 students like them.
YOUNG AUDIENCES CHARTER SCHOOL TO HOST OPEN HOUSES
Only arts-integrated elementary charter school on the Jefferson Parish Westbank invites community to Open House October 20 and October 24
Young Audiences Charter School: Academic Excellence with an Artistic Edge
The Young Audiences Charter School at Kate Middleton invites prospective students, along with their families, to attend an open house session to learn more about the school on Tuesday, October 20 at 6pm or Saturday, October 24 at 10:30am. The sessions will be held at Young Audiences Charter School, 1407 Virgil Street in Gretna.
“We are pleased to be a part of this diverse community and to continue to provide a high-quality, open enrollment, arts-integrated education for all children,” said School Leader Brandon House.
Audubon Charter School, a top performing dual program school, announces its 2015-16 open houses for parents and prospective students in grades K-8. Audubon’s French Program is accredited by the French Ministry of Education through 8th Grade and is officially recognized as a school that conforms to the curricula defined by the French Ministry of National Education, the only accredited public school in Louisiana. Audubon also offers a Montessori Program that is an Associate Member of the American Montessori Society. Students can apply to either program.
Einstein Charter Schools announces its Open Houses for prospective parents and students for the 2016-17 school year. Einstein operates three campuses serving grades K-12.
After very careful review Warren Easton has elected to participate in the EnrollNOLA/OneApp process starting with the 2016-17 school year. This is a year earlier than mandated by OPSB. In doing so we immediately have the benefit of priority sibling enrollment and the official adoption of our academic pathways for Health Sciences, Engineering, and Law. Although our very successful internal open enrollment transparent lottery procedure for incoming 9th graders will be terminated, the lottery process embedded in EnrollNOLA/OneApp, although slightly different, will yield the same final selection results. For over 100 years we have proudly served the children of a diverse working class which includes our Mid-City community. We will continue to provide world class education for all children in our Easton family.