le 26 avril,  2018
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Online registration for the 2018-2019 school year is now open on SchoolAdmin! All families must register incoming and returning students. If you already have an account please login to complete your checklist. If you do not have a SchoolAdmin account you will need to create one. Please complete all checklist items that appear when you login to your account.

Extra copies of the Louisiana Health and Residency forms can be found at the front desk of both campuses. Please note only new families need to drop off copies of birth certificate, parent IDs, proof of residency and vaccination records. 

To log in, please go to www.lfno.org/register/

Enrichment Activities end April 27, and homework centers end May 11. Make up details for activities that were cancelled will be sent via email.

May 17 at 6pm (Patton Campus): please join us for an informational session on Lycée's Gifted Program. The presentation will focus on the screening and evaluation process, drafting of the IEP and program services. 

May 22 at 6pm (Johnson Campus): please join us for an informational session on our Middle School and plans for the High School. This presentation will focus on academic and student life plans that Lycée is putting in place for its Middle and High school. 

GiveNOLA Day is in a few days and we hope we have your support on this one-day online giving event! Every dollar donated from midnight to midnight will be increased with additional "lagniappe" dollars provided by the Greater New Orleans Foundation and get us closer to reaching our ambitious goal of $15,000! Everyone can participate! A donation of $10 makes a difference.
You can show your support for LFNO by:
  • Donating $10 or more starting at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, May 2, by clicking here
  • Scheduling a donation from now through Monday, April 30 at 11:59PM, by clicking here
    **Scheduled donations will not be charged until Give NOLA Day (May 1).**
  • Spreading the word to your friends and family by sharing this email 

All donations on GiveNOLA Day help us continue to support and enhance our Thinking Outside the Classroom program!

Congratulations to the 6th Grade Chess Team for finishing 3rd place at the Louisiana State Championship! We are also supremely proud of our  2018 4th Grade Individual Louisiana State Champion, Bastien Sever! Congrats to everyone and thanks to everyone for their time and commitment; you all should be very proud of yourselves!

Many students who take their own lunch have sweetened drinks. While it may seem healthful some fruit juices are packed with as much as 6 tablespoons of sugar. Others like Powerade contain as much as 11 tablespoons of sugar! This of course does not include desserts and other sweets packed with lunches. Next school year, we are requiring that students drink milk or water with their lunches.

We need to take care of our students' health. Too much sugar can really be an issue. While sugar is not forbidden it's important to teach students how to take smart eating habits. For example, when you are thirsty, drink water rather than a sweet drink. 

According to the American Heart Association in the American Journal of Medicine, children from the ages of 2 to 18 should consume less than 4 tablespoons of added sugar each day.

WHERE: City Park Night
WHEN: Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
COST: A $15 wristband entitles you to an evening of unlimited rides and fun! The park will be closed to the general public. Please invite your family and friends!
  • Guardians/adults may purchase entry only tickets, but anyone riding rides must purchase a $15 wristband.
  • Pre-order wristbands by Friday, May 4 or purchase at the gate the night of the event until 8:30 pm. 

Pre-Order your wristbands and tickets to avoid the lines!
PROMOvidBe Part of the LFNO Promo Video!


Parent volunteers needed! LFNO and Elephant Quilt are producing a new promotional video for our school, and we are looking for a few parent volunteers who could commit to coming in on May 17th to speak about what makes Lycee special.

 Please fill out this FORM if you are interested in participating. More details will be sent via email for those who sign up. Three volunteers will be randomly selected from the list.
MayMENUMay Menus Available Now

May Menus are now on the RESTO! page of the website.

Nit free terminator combs are for sale in the Patton front office. The school is selling them at cost for $7. Please bring either exact change or a check made out to LFNO. Please email Katie Bolin, Office Manager, if you have any questions.  kbolin@lfno.org

Youth Rugby Gold Game
WHEN: Saturday, May 12 at 11:30 AM
WHERE: Arch Bishop Shaw, 1000 Salesain Ln, Marerro LA 70072
WHAT: W Youth players are invited to be part of  history as player escorts and walk out with professional players of the NOLA Gold and Seattle SeaWolves at this first ever Major League Rugby game! There will be a chance to show off rugby skills when the youth players take the field during the halftime show to play an exhibition match.
COST: $20 includes entry for 2 adults in the Family End Zone. Kids under 12 Free.
WHO: All boys and girls youth rugby

Clay Camp in Mid City/Bayou St. John Area
3 sessions during the month of June
TIME: 9:00-12:30 Monday-Friday
COST: $200.00 a week including materials.

WHAT: Campers will work with clay to make pottery and sculptural forms. They will learn how to build forms with clay slabs and coils. All skill levels are welcome.
Students can do one week or two of the 2nd and 3rd session.

June 7-15th, Ages 10-15
4 spaces available

June 18-22th, Ages 7-10
5 spaces available 

June 25th-29th, All ages! 
5 spaces available

For more information contact:
Stacey Stanfill

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calendarMark your calendar...  

  • LEAP Testing for Grades 3 -7: Monday, April 19 - Friday, May 4. 
  • CEO Search Committee Meeting: Tuesday, May 1 at 5:00 PM
This is NOT a complete list of school events. 

Did you know? 

Today a group of 27 10th graders from French Guyana visited to Johnson Campus to teach a lesson on forest biodiversity to our 5th graders. Students were enthusiastic to ask questions and interact with French students. What a day!

By using refillable water bottles, our staff and students have saved a total of  87,703  plastic bottles from the landfill.
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans | 504.620.5500 | info@lfno.org | www.lfno.org