le 1 fevrier, 2021
 Johnson Edition
(3rd Grade - 10th Grade)
Johnson Quick Reference Directory | Click Here
Dear Lycée Community, 
It was great to see students back on campus today! Both Patton and Johnson operations were smooth and we saw lots of smiling faces. Thank you, parents and guardians, for assisting us with essential mitigating efforts to keep our community safe. Make sure students come to school with well-fitting masks and a replacement mask, as well as a water bottle. When picking up or dropping off, in person or in carpool, please wear your mask. Our staff is very appreciative of your consideration. 
Thank you, also, for having completed the survey for the return to school during the third trimester. The academic team will reach out once scheduling is complete.

Stay safe,
(Feb. 1 - 5 is B week - Q Schedule )
Return to In-Person Learning Reminders | Click Here
Reminder Term 2 - Class Placements
From now through Mardi Gras break students remain in their Term 2 class placements, no changes are being made right now. All changes requested from the survey you completed for Term 3 will start on February 22nd. 
End of Term 2
  • Middle/High Students will complete their summative assessments over the next few weeks, most of which are projects that have been worked on throughout the term
  • Term 3 begins after Mardi Gras Break, on February 22nd
  • Term 2 Virtual Report Card Conferences for Johnson Campus are Wednesday, February 24th
  • You will get a Sign-Up Genius link from your child’s teacher(s) by 2/10
  • Report cards will be sent electronically this term, a day or two before conferences
1st - 5th Grade: French Tutoring
We are so excited to announce that we are partnering with Tulane’s service learners to offer six weeks of French tutoring to families in 1st-5th grade, beginning the week of February 22nd and extending through the month of March. 

Families will be selected based on teacher recommendations and notified via email within the next two weeks, before Mardi Gras break.  
'Mardi Gras Chez Moi' - Dong Phuong King Cake Contest
Show us how you "Mardi Gras Chez Moi"! Even though we cannot be together to celebrate this Mardi Gras season, it doesn't mean we cannot revel in the spirit at home. Therefore, we would like to invite our families, staff, teachers, to share a picture celebrating Mardi Gras in your own way at home in 2021! The deadline to submit photos is Friday, February 12 at 11:59 PM. 3 winners will be selected at random and announced on Saturday, February 13. Our 'Purple, Green, and Gold' winners will receive a king cake from Dong Phuong Bakery! Winners must pick up their delectable treats on Monday, February 15 before 3:00 PM. 

There are a few guidelines for submission:
  • Family-friendly PG-9 appropriate content
  • No political affiliated messages
  • COVID-19-conscious 
  • No personal information included like address, full names, etc.
  • Images should not exceed more than 4 MB
  • One entry per person
Quick Reference Resources
RESTO! Meal Service for February:
Breakfast Menu | Click Here
Lunch Menu | Click Here
Community Feeding Menu | Click Here
2020 - 2021 School Calendar (last updated 1.27.21) | Click Here
3rd - 5th Grade
Now that we have shifted back to virtual learning, here is a reminder about Lexia! Elementary teachers assign Lexia assignments on a weekly basis, it is an independent and research-based program that students should use regularly to boost their reading skills. 
Did you know that in grades K-5, LFNO uses Lexia not just to boost foundational and advanced reading skills, but also to guide literacy instruction? 
As students complete units, teachers can use the targeted skill builder lessons to intersect with any skills that were not completely mastered in the lessons. It is important that students are practicing regularly and meeting the recommended usage minutes in order to get the most out of this research-proven, and nationally recognized literacy program. 
Lexia is proven to close the literacy gap when used with commitment and fidelity! If you are having trouble setting up or logging into your account, please let Ms. Annie Neahring know.
Attention 9th Graders: Follow this link to order and pay for your high school spirit shirts, class of 2024, directly from N.O. Vative. Shirts are $15 and must be ordered and paid by January 29th, to be delivered to school in February. These spirit shirts can be worn as uniform everyday of your high school career. 
Attention 10th Graders: There are extra class of 2023 spirit shirts available in the front office for $15 if you didn't get one last year or you would like to purchase more. Please bring exact cash, check or money order to Ms. Sarah. Show your high school spirit!
College & Career Counseling:
Mark your Calendar

  • Tuesday, Feb. 2 - Finance Committee Meeting
  • Friday, Feb. 5 - End of 2nd Trimester
  • Thursday, Feb.11 - No school for students- Patton Virtual Report Card Conferences
  • Friday, Feb. 12: No school for students, Staff PD Day
  • Monday, Feb. 15: 19 - No School, Mardi Gras Break
Gugenheim Family Resources

At-Home Art Classes with the Guggenheim
  •   Mondays, 4 pm- For grades 6–8
  •   Tuesdays, 4 pm -  For grades K–2
  •   Wednesdays, 11 am - For grades Pre-K–K
  •    Thursdays, 4 pm - For grades 3–5

Guggenheim Family Tours at Home
  •    Sunday, February 14 - 11 am

Guggenheim for All: Art for Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum

  •    Sunday, February 14, 11 am -  For participants ages 5–12
  •    Sunday, February 14, 12 pm - For participants ages 13 and up

   For these events and more, CLICK HERE
Coronavirus Parenting: Managing Anger and Frustration
From the Child Mind Institute
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