le 15 Novembre, 2018
Dear Lycée Community,

As we get ready to enjoy our holiday break, I want to share my gratitude to you for being such an important part of our school. The success of a school is predicated on a foundation of mutual trust and respect, as well as commitment to growth and progress. The work you demonstrate every day to allow for our ambitious progress makes us the strong organization that we are. I would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all a safe and happy holiday. I hope you will be able to enjoy some quality time with friends and family and get ready to be back with renewed energy. We have so much to accomplish, and are excited and inspired by the progress we see every day.  

Report Card Conferences - Friday, November 30th .
WHEN: Friday, November 30th. (NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS)
TIME: 10:00am - 6:00pm (homeroom teacher’s classroom)

All parents should have received a Sign-Up Genius invite for report card conferences. If you have not received a Sign-Up Genius invite, then please contact your child’s homeroom teacher.
There is no school for students that day and parent conferences are from 10 am - 6 pm. Please bring your student to the conferences, if possible. Specific details found below.

3rd-5th Grade Conferences:
  • Conferences will be 10 minutes, as scheduled through Sign-up Genius for each family with the homeroom teacher.
  • ELA teachers and interventionists join conferences as they are able.
  • Report cards that are not collected will be sent home with students the following week.

Middle School Conferences:
  • Conferences will be 5-10 minutes with any subject teacher as schedules
  • If timing doesn't work for these conferences, please reach out to teachers directly to communicate about any grade or classroom questions.
  • Conferences are optional and families are welcome to simply pick up report cards in the main office as well from 10 am - 6 pm.
  • Report cards that are not collected will be sent home with students the following week.
Lost & Found
Attention Johnson Families: Please come claim your students’ items at the lost and found! There are dozens of coats, sweatshirts, lunchboxes, water bottles, etc. that we would hate to see going to waste. The lost and found is currently on display next to the front office to remind students and parents to collect any lost property. Items remaining when we go to Winter Break on December 21st will be donated.  
Generation Human Rights traveling exhibit Millennium Villages Project
We are so excited to announce that Lycée is one of a very few New Orleans school partners of the Generation Human Rights traveling exhibit Millennium Villages Project - Get on the Bus! The bus will be making a stop at our school for one day, Tuesday, November 27 in order for our Middle School students to learn interactively about extreme poverty, human rights around the world, and sustainable development. You can learn more about it here: http://www.generationhumanrights.org/page-1/
Please join us for Emmet Otter 2018, on Tuesday, November 20, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, at the Prytania Theatre , benefiting the Lycée Français Library. For more details click the link HERE .
Open House Fliers
Parents! You are our most valuable promoters and the people potential families always want to speak to the most. We have fliers available at both front desks that we would love for you to take and share with your friends, neighbors and more to spread the word about our upcoming Open Houses! Please feel free to pick some up and share during the break ! Our next Open House is on Nov 28th.
Annual Giving Campaign
Thank you all who have already supported this year's Annual Giving Campaign! We have a goal of $45,000 and we are already nearly at 15%!

Your donations help us continue to offer unique opportunities to our students, provide access to exceptional French language education and programing and more. Your gift, big or small, makes a difference!

Make a donation today, or become a monthly donor by visiting www.lfno.org/support-us , you may also mail checks at:

Lycée Français
Attn: Office of Development
5951 Patton St
New Orleans, LA 70115

Merci! And let's reach the goal together!
La Liaison - PTO News
Only 1 weeks to Thanksgiving! If you are planning on getting a ham for the holidays, please consider buying a Honey Baked Ham gift card to use in the store or send as a gift to friends and family. Use the link below to help support the PTO and our school. We get 20% back!

We look forward to welcoming the entire Lycée community to enjoy a day of music, food, drink, play, craft, shop, in a nutshell FUN in a traditional French winter market style, Marché d’Hiver. This event is the PTO’s largest annual fundraiser and last year over $35,000.00 was raised, benefiting all of Lycée’s students.

This event requires lots of hands the day of, as well as donations for baked good items for the bake sale and cake walk. A one hour shift goes by quickly and you can plan around your child’s performance.

Drop off baked good items at the Patton and Johnson Campus on Friday, November 30th. Bring to your parent-teacher conference that day, there is no school. Baked goods can also be dropped off the day of Marché d’Hiver starting at 7 AM at the Priestley Campus (1619 Leonidas Street) and throughout the day.
Ticket and wrist band pre-sales: all regular $1 tickets can be used to purchase food and beverage, crafts, kid's games, bake sale, cake walk, Pie in the Eye. Wrist bands include unlimited crafts and games (excludes certain crafts, bake sale, cake walk and Pie in the Eye). $5 Raffle tickets for Marché baskets and other items are sold separately. With purchase of multiple wristbands, a 10% discount will apply. When purchasing a larger quantity of tickets at a time, free tickets are included with your purchase. All pre-orders can be picked up at Marché d'Hiver on December 1st.

10:30 - 11:05 - PK4
11:05 - 11:45 - First Grade
11:45 - 11:50 - Choir Club
12:00 - 12:45 - LITTLE FREDDIE KING
12:45 - 1:15 - Seventh Grade
 1:15 - 1:55 - Kindergarten & Second Grade
 1:55 - 2:15 - Third Grade
 2:15 - 2:35 - Fourth Grade
 2:35 - 2:55 - Fifth Grade
 2:55 - 3:10 - Sixth Grade
 3:20 - 4:00 - DJ

SIGN UP FOR BAKED GOODS AND VOLUNTEER SHIFTS HERE : Marche d'Hiver 2018 baked goods and volunteer signup

PRE-ORDER YOUR TICKETS AND WRISTBANDS HERE : Marche d'Hiver 2018 ticket and wristband preorder  

Feel free to reach out to pto@lfno.org with any questions about the event.

Mark Your Calendar
  • FRIDAY, NOV. 16: Teacher and Staff Appreciation Luncheon
  • THANKSGIVING BREAK: Mon, NOV. 19 - Fri. NOV 23. School Resumes - Mon. NOV. 26
  • SATURDAY, DEC. 1: Marché d'Hiver, Priestley Campus
  • MONDAY, DEC. 17: Blaze Pizza Restaurant Night

This is NOT a complete list of school events.
Community Resources
Support Girl Scout Troop 40001 - Order Fruit Trees and vines!
Fruit trees make great holiday gifts and this year we have OVER 60 items to choose from including coffee trees! It's a clutter-free gift that keeps on giving for years...and the recipients will certainly thank you every time they enjoy a nice fresh squeezed glass of OJ, a squeeze of lemon on fish dishes, a fresh lime wedge with their margaritas, or a refreshing mojito! The uses are endless! Pick up is on December 1 at Lycee Francais' Marche d'Hiver! T he deadline to order is November 29. The trees are only $25 to $40 each which is the BEST pricing in town. The trees are from Plaquemines Parish and are 3-5 feet tall.

Free Movie at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
WHEN: Tuesday, December 11, from 5:30 - 8:30 PM
WHERE: Entergy Giant Screen Theater, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
WHAT:  "Saving the Seat Turtles: Preventing Extinction"

Vamonos NOLA - Student Holiday Camps:
Thanksgiving Camp | INFO FLIER
Report Card Conferences NOV. 30 | INFO FLIER
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans | 504.620.5500 | info@lfno.org | www.lfno.org