le 15 mars, 2021
PATTON EDITION
(PRE-K4 - 2ND GRADE)
PATTON CAMPUS QUICK REFERENCE DIRECTORY | CLICK HERE
Return to In-Person Learning Reminders | Click Here
GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Dear Lycée Community,

Thank you for assisting us in keeping our community safe. Please continue to abide by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to protect your health and those around you.  

• It is very important that you keep your child home if he/she has any COVID-like Symptoms and follow all recommendations provided by the CDC:


Patton: Pam LeBlanc pleblanc@lfno.org - 504-620-5500x1726

Please reach out if you have questions or concerns.

Lycée Administration
Wednesday's Instruction | Click Here
Great Kindness Challenge & Spirit Week - March 22 - 26
Anti Defamation League’s Fighting Hate for Good Art and Poetry Contest
This year our students have an amazing opportunity to showcase their creativity for a cause through their participation in the annual Anti Defamation League’s Fighting Hate for Good Art and Poetry Contest. This contest is open to all No Place for Hate Schools in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas.

This year’s theme is centered around the words of Representative John Lewis: “Get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” What good and necessary trouble would you get into to fight systemic racism, hate, and prejudices of all kinds?

Write a poem or create a work of art exhibiting the following:
1. What good and “necessary trouble” you would choose.
2. Portraying how this “necessary trouble” will be used to help our community.
 
To qualify, all submissions must be received by March 31, 2021. A completed entry form must be attached to the poem or artwork. Students may enter one submission in each category (art and poetry).

Contest Categories:
Art & Poetry are open for 3rd- 10th Graders

VIRTUAL FRENCH TUTORING
1st - 2nd grade
We are so excited to announce that we are partnering with Tulane’s Center for Public Service and the Department of French and Italian to offer six weeks of French tutoring to families in 1st-2nd grade. Beginning the week of February 22nd and extending through the month of March, Tulane service learners will lead small group sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for students who have been recommended by teachers. During these sessions, Tulane students will focus on speaking skills and provide support for homework completion when needed.  

*** If you received an email with a tutoring time slot on Tuesday or Wednesday, please make sure that your child connects on time and/or inform Mary-Devon Dupuy mdupuy@lfno.org if your child is not able to attend.
 
*** After two unexcused absences, you will lose your tutoring spot
2020 - 2021 Yearbook Submissions Needed
Deadline: Wed. March 17
This year has been unlike any other and will be reflected in our fun and eclectic 2020-2021 yearbook! We will feature teacher highlights, best COVID masks, student art, athletics, and anonymous gratitudes; these are only a few of the new sections we will have this year. Below is a list of Google Forms for submitting your entries. We would love to have your participation and encourage you to submit entries for all forms. The due date for all submissions is Wednesday, March 17. 

We want to showcase the hard work and dedication to academic excellence that is consistently shown by our students, families and staff. Thank you for everything each and every one of you has contributed to Lycée Français this past year. 


Lexia Reminder
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.
Quick Reference Documents
RESTO! Meal Service for March:
Breakfast Menu | Click Here
Lunch Menu | Click Here
2020 - 2021 School Calendar (last updated 1.27.21) | Click Here
Mark Your Calendar
  • Spring Break - Friday, April 2 - Friday, April 9.
COMMUNITY RESOURCES*
Dance Fundamentals class for ages 6-9 on Wednesdays at 4pm and it is free for the month of March! Parents can sign their children up at www.wellnessliving.com/signup/artivism
D.I.Y. Make your mark rain barrel - an at-home project!

CHEF'S BRIGADE NOLA:
If you or someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19, or if you have been advised to quarantine by a boss, doctor, or loved one, you qualify to register for this program (no doctor’s approval or note is needed). Anyone over 65, regardless of income brackets, anyone with children under 18 not currently enrolled in a food program and anyone with a chronic illness may also apply. For more information please call NOLA 311 (504-658-2299) or enroll online at NOLA311.org #SaveaRestaurant and apply today!
The Gilder Lehrman Institution of American History - History School - CLICK HERE
Coronavirus Parenting: Managing Anger and Frustration
From the Child Mind Institute
*Lycée Français does not endorse or promote any products or services shared in Community Resources.
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans | 504.620.5500 | info@lfno.org | www.lfno.org