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Applications open for Special Education Advisory Council

NOLA Public Schools is accepting applications for membership on the Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC). This council will meet monthly to provide advice and recommendations regarding special education policies, procedures, and resources. The council will also engage in outreach activities to the community at large to increase the level of kn...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members

Last week has given us another great hope in our fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and our efforts to keep our students and staff healthy and safe and in school, where the joy of learning can continue to thrive. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday approved emergency...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

The new school year is just around the corner. As a parent and educator, I know the juggling act it takes in a normal summer to get a child ready for class: purchasing uniforms, filling out paperwork, lining up bus schedules or carpools, multiple trips to stores for school supplies.

But this is not a normal summer. On top of this seasonal back-to-school ritual, we must continue to keep our children safe from the COVID-19 pandemic, now and throughout the 2021-2022 school year.

What is different from last summer is our shared experience. We have been here before. We know how to do this. We did it, together, and we will do it again.

Our children deserve the best education we can offer them. That means being in school, with their friends and their teachers. From the American Academy of Pediatrics on down, we all know that in-person learning is essential to developing the whole child, academically, socially, and emotionally.

Just as we did with our Roadmap to Reopening last summer, we have a plan to preserve in-person learning and keep our students safe. Please review our 2021-2022 COVID Care Guidance for more details.
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NOLA-PS To Adjust the District Level Funding Allocation to Meet Students Needs for the 2021-2022 School Year

As our community of schools grows and changes, NOLA Public Schools is committed to adapting in ways that best support our students. In this spirit, we will be updating the funding formula for schools, known as the District Level Funding Allocation (DFLA), to reflect the latest student demographics and educational needs...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

We have come a long, long way. As I reflect on my six years as Superintendent of Schools, I am proud of what we have gained for our students, families, and educators of New Orleans. I am also honored by the trust this community placed in me to lead NOLA Public...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

As I have stood in stadiums, gyms, and school buildings these past few weeks, watching the beaming smiles of our NOLA Public Schools seniors make their ever-important graduation marches across the stage – in-person, no less! – I have been filled with enduring gratitude. Gratitude for each and every one of...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

It is my hope that you are all safe, healthy, and ready to finish this unparalleled school year strong! We are closing in on the last weeks of classes, and I could not be prouder of how our school community rallied together and supported each other through this year like no...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

Like so many of you, I watched the conviction of the ex-police officer who murdered George Floyd in Minnesota with sadness over the loss of a life, but also with renewed resolve that we owe it to each other to make the most of this tragedy. Now is the time for...

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Dear NOLA-PS Community Members,

As we head into Spring Break, I hope this finds you healthy, happy, and excited not only about our success at keeping COVID-19 at bay in our schools but also about the prospect of soon returning every one of our students and educators to their classrooms where we all know the...

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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