Connecting With Superintendent Avis Williams

Equity, Excellence, and Joy: Connecting With Superintendent Avis Williams Dr. Williams gathers feedback and builds relationships across our community while…

BESE to Consider Changes to Louisiana State Accountability System

On August 23rd, the Academic Goals and Instructional Improvement Committee of Louisiana’s Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) will…

“I want to inspire the next generation:” NSNO’s first ever NOLA Teacher Fest is a resounding success

NOLA Teacher Fest Highlights Over 1,100 educators attended – roughly ⅓ of the teaching force in our city They represented…

Dr. Avis Williams Selected As Next NOLA-PS Superintendent

Dr. Henderson Lewis, Jr. leaves his role on June 30, 2022 After months of careful search, review, and community engagement,…

A Changing City: Taking a Close Look at Enrollment

Like many cities nationwide, New Orleans’ schools are seeing changes in enrollment that affect future plans As in many cities…

City Council Dedicates $4.6M for New Orleans’ Most Vulnerable Students

Money Will Fund Programs Supporting Students with Behavioral Health Needs, Truancy Issues and Those Involved in the Criminal Justice System….

What Fuels Student Progress?

Students at Esperanza Charter School learn about erosion. Network Leaders on Attendance, High-quality Instruction, and Holistic Support Though simulated School…

“We have more support than I knew.”

The Principal Collaborative Event This Month Brought BBQ, Camaraderie, Saints Tickets, and a Surprise from Mayor Cantrell Nationally, around 20% of…

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