le 25 septembre, 2020
 Johnson Edition
(3rd Grade - 10th Grade)
Johnson Quick Reference Directory | Click Here
Culture & Community Committee meeting,
Save the date: Please join us for the first Culture and Community Committee meeting of the Board on Wednesday, September 30th, 4:30pm to 6pm. An agenda with details will be sent out next week.

Johnson Attendance Policy | CLICK HERE
Upper Elementary Grading Policy | CLICK HERE
Middle & High School Grading Policy | CLICK HERE

Johnson Campus - Educational Plan Café
Please join the Johnson Leadership Team on Thursday, October 1st, from 4:30-5:30 pm to hear the details for the next phase of school. Please note that we do not have all the answers at this time, but we want to be sure to share what we do know and will answer questions from the survey to help parents make their decision on which educational plan to select for term 2. 
Phone Numbers
‪+1 413-893-3422‬
PIN: ‪244 729 355#‬
Johnson Campus - Term 2 Educational Plan - Family Survey
 As the Johnson Campus prepares for the next phase of school in COVID times, it is important that this survey is completed for every Johnson student. This survey is to choose between in-person or virtual education for all of term 2. CLICK HERE
LFNO Dad's Club Announcement
The LFNO Dad's Club would like to welcome any new dads at Lycee. Please join us for our first work-day of the year on October 3rd, 8:00 am at the Patton Campus, where we will tackle a list of to-do items from the school. Please wear a mask as we will maintain safe physical distance.
Any questions, email lfnodadsclub@gmail.com.

Also, if you use Amazon, please consider AmazonSmile, and linking to the Lycee Francais Dad's Club. The direct link is: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/81-4056742.

This provides us with a small amount of money for paint, lumber, and supplies we use on our work days.
The French Remote Tutoring Program
Johnson: We are so excited to have completed our first week of remote French tutoring! As more tutors’ background checks have cleared, we have created more groups and notified additional Johnson families of their time day/slot for tutoring. You should have received a link via email with instructions. If you applied and have not received information, you will receive an email next week with further instructions. 
LFNO Johnson campus uses PowerSchool for grades and attendance. There is a parent and student facing portal that is now set up and instructions for accessing it will be mailed home next week. Please reach out to admissions@lfno.org if your home address has changed since completing summer re-registration forms. This replaces Unified Classroom, which we are no longer using.
MAX Book Club Subscription
Every year, LFNO encourages reading in French : Through the MAX Book Club, every year, children all over the world receive 8 books a year from November to June, for different levels. Real creation books around which your child can build his very own personal library. 

Receiving one book a month in the current context is a real pleasure and helps not to leave all the room to the screens - to subscribe, please follow the different steps in the email sent by your child's teacher. Or follow the links below.

Objective: The Moon!
Imagine - what if together, we could walk to the moon!? From September 23 to 30, all students in Brittany, France will record all their moves with friends, relatives (and overseas twins) to cover the distance between the Earth and the Moon, 385,000 kilometers.

On the 23rd, a step and kilometer counter will be available on the Rennes Academy website http://www.ac-rennes.fr/ 
They can walk, run, swim, ride, jump...
The aim of the operation is to remind young people to stay active despite the current situation.
Johnson Facility
 At the beginning of the summer, we announced the HVAC work to be done at the Johnson campus by NOLA Public School (NOLAPS). Although we are nearing the substantial completion phase of the project, some mechanical issues came up, causing some condensation in the building. NOLAPS has taken some steps to address the immediate issue. NOLAPS has also met with LFNO, the engineer and contractor to address the issue at the sources. LFNO will continue working to work with NOLAPS to ensure that all conditions are met for our school physical reopening.
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We are happy to announce you can now order yearbooks online HERE. This includes all grades from last year, Pre-K4 - 9th Grade.Each book is $25 with a convenient $5 ship-to-home, bringing the total to $30. For each additional yearbook ordered the shipping cost goes down to $2.50. Thank you for your patience while we crafted this yearbook.
Start the Adventure in Reading - FREE Tutoring
Start the Adventure in Reading Free Tutoring
Know a grade 2 or 3 public or charter student could benefit from virtual reading support? Start the Adventure in Reading (STAIR) is providing FREE one-on-one tutoring. STAIR's virtual curriculum helps reinforce decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills. During the fall program, students will participate in a one-on-one, 60-minute virtual tutoring session once a week after school or on Saturday mornings, pre-recorded video lessons, have access to a year-long subscription to a digital library service, maintain a creative writing journal with weekly assignments and gain confidence in writing. To participate, visit  stairnola.org or call 504-202-8187. Registration is closing soon. .
Getting to Know!
Annie Neahring
Content Coordinator - Humanities
Nationality? American
Languages spoken?  French, English (aspiring Spanish)
My first job? Newspaper delivery girl when I was 11
Principal character trait? Enthusiastic
Biggest character flaw?  Workaholic
Favorite sport? Dance
My passions in life?  Cooking, travel, dancing, equity education
What do I detest the most? Dishonesty and laziness
My heroes and heroines in history?  Sojourner Truth, Gloria Steinem, Angela Davis, Malala Yousafzai
A cause I support? International Rescue Committee
My greatest dream? For racism and hate toward others to be eradicated
Cities I lived in before New Orleans? Chicago, Toulouse
Why Lycée?  I believe in public education and also offering high quality, equitable opportunities to all learners.
My favorite quote? "If there is no struggle, there is no progress." - Frederick Douglass
Mark your Calendar
  • Monday, Sept. 28 - LFNO Board Meeting at 6:30 PM (Virtual)
  • Wednesday, Sept. 30 - Culture & Community Committee Meeting
  • Thursday, Oct. 1 - Johnson Educational Café - 4:30 - 5:30 PM
  • Saturday, Oct. 3 - Dad's Club Work Day at Patton - 8:00 AM
  • Monday, Oct. 12 - Friday, Oct. 16 - NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK
  • Monday, Oct. 19 - School Resumes
  • Monday, Nov. 2 - Staff Professional Development - No School for Students
The Blue Cross Kids Marathon Challenge will continue enrollment anytime during the Fall Semester. Who will be your internal school champion?

Schools are registering from New Orleans, Houma/Thibodaux, Baton Rouge and we will award $1,000 to the school with the most participation and $500 for 2nd place. Our goal is to award 1 school from each of the 8 markets if we have enough participation in each market.

For more information please visit https://runsignup.com/BlueCrossKidsMarathon
Art Camp 504 now offers Virtual After School Enrichment Classes! Classes include: Drawing, theater, dance, D&D, cooking, photography, comics, printmaking and more!

Virtual art classes allow kids to interact directly with each other and their teacher. Our small class size (3-6 kids) allow campers to chat freely and receive high quality, individualized instruction. Scholarships available!

Most classes meet once a week for 60 minutes and include at least 30 minutes of “zoom hang time” after each lesson. Classes culminate in a final presentation for family and friends!

Sign up at ArtCamp504.org.
Healthy Schools - September issue 
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