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27 February 2024
Press Releases
Plessy to remain in McKenna Building (New Orleans – February 27, 2024) — Homer Plessy Community Schools (Plessy Schools) and NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) are pleased to jointly announce a significant decision regarding the permanent site for Homer P...
27 February 2024
Press Releases
(New Orleans – February 27, 2024) — The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) unanimously approved the creation of The Leah Chase School, a direct-run institution under the auspices of NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS). It will be the district's first, perm...
22 February 2024
Press Releases
(New Orleans – February 22, 2024) — In light of the tragic shooting incident that occurred on the Crescent City Connection (CCC) bridge earlier this afternoon, resulting in the closure of the bridge, the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) has made th...
22 February 2024
Press Releases
(New Orleans – February 22, 2024) — In a continued commitment to honoring Black History Month, NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS), along with The Blairisms, presents a series of engaging events featuring the remarkable talents of scholars from The Delores...
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NOLA-PS Evolve

NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) is excited to share the unanimous approval of its new five-year Strategic Plan of Action, NOLA-PS Evolve, by the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB). This transformative plan focuses on educational excellence, emphasizing Equity, Achievement, Transparency, Efficiency, and Transformation. Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams invites the community to participate in shaping the future of education.

 

NOLA-PS Evolve builds on the existing strategic plan, with key commitments, including Effective and Connected Communications, High-Quality Schools, Students, Staff, and Community Wellbeing, and Operational Excellence. Initiatives like the "Portrait of a Graduate," NOLA-PS CAREs program, and mental health promotion are central. The plan prioritizes responsiveness to changing needs and values community engagement for alignment with stakeholders' needs. Your involvement is appreciated as we work together to enhance education.

 

To learn more, please click here or the NOLA-PS Evolve picture on the left.

Mental Minute Campaign

NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) is committed to improving the quality of life for all students, parents, educators, faculty, and administrative leadership. The mental health and well-being of our community is a top priority and a central element of the Mental Minute campaign. We want to bring this initiative to all our schools, so please use this link to download the Mental Minute toolkit. It includes social media posts, graphics, and posters you can share with our scholars and community that discuss the importance of positive mental health.

We're Listening - Submit Feedback

Click Here to access the form

2023-2024 NOLA-PS Covid Guidance

Click Here to access the COVID Guidance

Portrait Of A Graduate

Click Here To Access The Portrait Of A Graduate Webpage

NOLA-PS CAREs

NOLA-PS CAREs is our Community Access to Resources and Equity designed to prioritize mental health, literacy, social justice, workforce development, and trauma informed practices. 

We invite you to visit this page periodically for more updates about NOLA-PS CAREs.  Read More

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Support a classroom in New Orleans here: www.donorschoose.org/NOLAPS

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Teach New Orleans is the fastest way to share your resume with all New Orleans public schools. Visit The New Orleans Teachers Job Board, to apply now and start making a difference today.

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Ask Listen Learn Campaign

Ask, Listen, Learn is a free, fully digital, turnkey underage drinking prevention program for kids ages 9-13, their educators, and families. It is aligned to Common Core, Next Generation Science, and National Health Education standards. The program contains eight modules – seven focused on alcohol and the developing brain and one focused on cannabis and the developing brain – that are neuroscience-focused animation videos with accompanying lesson plans, classroom activities, and resources for both educators and parents. New Orleans-based artist and activist Brandan ‘BMike’ Odums has created art for the lesson plans and program that reflect New Orleans youth and culture. Click here to learn more about these resources and materials.

 

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504-522-HELP

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2401 Westbend Parkway
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114

Phone: 504-304-5612

Phone: 504-304-3520

Hotline Number for Parents
504-527-KIDS

School-based issues or concerns from parents

24-hour Hotline Number for Community
504-522-HELP
District based community concerns, feedback, & inquiries from school staff or community members