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Dr. Williams

NOLA-PS Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams welcomes scholars back to school

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28 July 2022
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(New Orleans – July 28, 2022) —The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) voted unanimously to appoint Carlos Luis Zervigon as the new Vice President for the board. Zervigon is the current board member for District 6 and is filling the position left vaca...
26 July 2022
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(New Orleans – July 26, 2022) —It's official! The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) has officially sworn in the first permanent woman superintendent in the District's 181 years. NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams Orleans ...
22 July 2022
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###  Due to the resignation of District 4 School Board Member Dr. Jancarlos ("JC") Wagner Romero, which became effective on July 15, 2022, the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) will receive Letters of Interest from qualified individuals seeking...
11 July 2022
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(New Orleans – July 11, 2022) — NOLA Public Schools' (NOLA-PS) Superintendent, Dr. Avis Williams, officially completed her first day as the new leader of the only all charter public school system in the nation. She made history as the first woman sel...
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NOLA-PS Renaming Initiative

NOLA-PS outlined a plan to rename school facilities in response to recent public requests and in accordance with policy approved by the OPSB to ensure school facilities do not have names honoring figures from our painful past. The board believes all schools should be welcoming, inclusive, and inspiring places for all students. Our goal is to ensure the names of these physical school facilities and the people that we honor reflect the values of the school district. For more information, please visit: nolapublicschools.com/renaming

GUIDANCE UPDATE: ALL ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR FACE MASKS IN SCHOOL FACILITIES, RESTRICT ASSEMBLY SPACE USE AND UPDATE COVID-19 CASE PROCEDURES, EFFECTIVE 7/30/2021

 

NOLA Public Schools takes the health of our students, educators, and staff seriously, and we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our district and schools.  Visit our COVID Guidance for the 2021-2022 School Year to review our latest guidelines to best keep our community safe. 

 

NOLA-PS has issued a requirement for all students 5 years and older to be vaccinated by Feb. 1, 2022 to keep classrooms safe and to limit disruptions to in-person learning.

To help provide easy access to the vaccine, NOLA-PS, in partnership with local health partners, will be continuing to offer vaccination opportunities to eligible students. Click here for the list of sites.

 

Families with medically vulnerable students or circumstances can apply for distance learning options by submitting this COVID Eligibility Form directly to their schools.

 
Several of our schools are serving as community feeding centers at this time. Visit our COVID-19 Child Nutrition page for the latest list of schools and hours of operation.

Check out our COVID-19 Community Resource Center for important information and resources for families and community members. 

To view our COVID Tracker for the 2021-2022 school year, please visit this link. These data now include the number of weekly tests administered among our school community, as well as the weekly positive test rate. 

 

 To view our archived COVID Tracker for the 2020-2021 school year, please visit this link.

 

For further information about how we reopened schools during the 2020-2021 school year, read our Roadmap to Reopening.

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NOLA Public Schools’ 2020-2021 Annual Report focuses on the role and accom­plishments of the Central Office during this past school year. Please join NOLA-PS as it prepares for the next phase of its journey to be a national model for successful public education. Please click the upper right corner of the report to view it.

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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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