le 30 novembre  2017
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ENTRY DEADLINE: Submit to front office at either Patton or Carrollton Campus by  Monday, December 11.
The yearbook committee would like to feature a piece of student artwork in a place of prominence in the 2016-17 yearbook.  Finalists will be selected by the yearbook committee.

Drawing must be done on a vertical piece of 8.5" x 11" paper.
It can include pictures, words, or phrases, but MUST be school appropriate.
Your art must in some way represent Lycée school spirit.
Artwork may be done using paint, pencils, markers, and/or crayons.
Artwork cannot include 3D elements.
All submissions must be an original design by the student.
Please be careful not to crease, fold, or tear your artwork.
Please double check for misspelled words prior to submitting.
Please include your name, grade, and homeroom teacher on the BACK of your artwork in the lower right hand corner. Entries with names on the front will, unfortunately, be disqualified in order to ensure a fair selection process.

Thank you to all who have already donated to the 2017-2018 Annual Giving campaign. We have reached 50% of our $40,000 goal, and we still need your support.

Donations to the Annual Giving campaign help us support and enhance our Thinking Outside the Classroom program, ensuring we continue to offer these unique, hands-on learning experiences to our students. Your donations make these experiences possible! 

To make a one-time or monthly donation please visit www.lfno.org/support-us or you may send a check to:
Office of Development
5951 Patton Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

Dear Lyée families, 

This 2017 Marche was an incredible success, breaking all fundraising records for the event in the history of LFNO!   This fantastic achievement was made possible by the support of our unbelievably dedicated principal, administrators, teachers, PTO Board, Parent Volunteers and Students Volunteers.  

A huge thank you to all of you that participated in the event on every level.  Your support is what drives our school to become a leading educational institution in Louisiana, and is greatly appreciated on many levels.    

Funds raised from this, and all La Liaison fundraisers will be put into furthering our Math, Science, ELA, Arts and Thinking Outside the Classroom programs.  


Holly-Anne Palmer
5th Grade Parent  
2017 Marche Chair  

In time for the holidays, we've resurrected our Amazon Smile account, which means any shopping done after clicking our link gives Dads Club a small cut of the profits from Amazon. This is an easy way for us to put a few extra dollars into our account. 

Please encourage your friends and family to use this link any time they shop with Amazon: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/81-4056742 As always, please send questions to lfnodadsclub@gmail.com.

Please join us for a viewing of "Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas" and other holiday favorites to benefit Lycée's library. 

When: Thursday, December 21, 2017. 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where: Prytania Theatre, 
5339 Prytania St., New Orleans, LA 70115

More information to follow. For questions, please contact Sofia Peña-Uijttenboogaard, Director of Development, at spenau@lfno.org.

Celebrate the season with holiday cheer through giving! Between now and December 18th, 2017, we are collecting NEW, unwrapped toys for 90 children ages 10 months-5 years old to give to our friends at Incarnate Word Early & Preschool Headstart. 

Call out to volunteers: We need creative parents to help decorate and donate 2 large boxes that will be placed at each campus! We also need one volunteer to help deliver the toys to Incarnate Word on the last day!

Contributions can be dropped off at the front office of each of the campuses or delivered to a staff member during carpool. 

Don't delay! Give today!

REMINDER: if your child is currently enrolled in Pre-K4 (tuition) at Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans, please note that you are required to submit a OneApp for Kindergarten - specifically to Lycée - if you wish to continue with us. 

The OneApp says that you do not need to apply to the school your child already attends. That is true for most schools. Lycée Tuition Pre-K4 to Kindergarten is the exception to the rule. If your child occupies a tuition Pre-K4 seat, you do need to apply to K. The Tuition Based program and the Kindergarten and up program count as two different programs because they have different funding sources. 

You may submit a OneApp online with your existing account (the one you used last year). Your deadline is February 23, 2018. The early deadline for January 12th 2018 ONLY applies to applicants for 1st grade and up, not to Pre-K4 or Kindergarten.

Please contact Cristina with the Admissions department at csanchez1@lfno.org should you have any questions or need your children's OneApp IDs.

Carrollton Galaxy Academy: Christmas Camp!
The Carrollton Camp is a FREE camp offered by DiscoveryFEST Enrichment Program and St. Charles Presbyterian Church. The theme will be a trip to the Carrollton Galaxy Academy of interstellar inspired by the Star Wars Universe! This year's activities will include such activities as Art, Music, Cooking, Sports, Field Day, Stem and more!  REGISTER HERE

Ages 7 - 12 Years old
December 18th - 22th AND 27th - 29th  9 am to 12:00 pm.
1333 S. Carrollton Avenue

Winter Holiday Camp 2017 - Inspired by Prospect. 4
Spend a creative day at the Ogden Museum and make one-of-a-kind gifts for friends and family. During this year's Winter Holiday Camp, kids will craft unique holiday cards, gift wrap, color transfers and mixed media art -all inspired by Prospect.4.
Space is limited. Register soon! REGISTER HERE
Thursday, December 21 from  9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
For students in 2nd-5th grades
$45 member // $50 non-member

Vamonos NOLA: 3 Week Winter Camp
Discover the BEST way to spend the days around the holiday season: Learning about Winter Holidays around the world AND Spanish while having a BLAST!
Jr. Counselor program available for 11 years old and up
Check out our VIDEO or FACEBOOK to see pictures of past camps!

Discounts available: Sibling, Teacher, Military
Free & Reduced Lunch and Vamonos Students!

Questions: Call Nancy @ 504-495-2345

December 18-22nd| |December 26th-29th | January 2-3rd 
8:30-3:00pm before care at 7:30 and aftercare until 5:30pm
5818 Perrier St. in Uptown
Ages 3-10 years old
To celebrate our 4th Anniversary, STEM NOLA will host a  FREE  fun-filled day of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM). Arrive anytime from 9 AM to 12 Noon to Innovate, Create and Make at over 40 different STEM stations.Activities will kick off promptly at 9 AM with a short program. (Please note: This is NOT a Drop-off event, all kids must be accompanied by an adult and may arrive at anytime during the 3 hour event! REGISTER HERE

Saturday, December 9, 2017,  9 am to 12:00 pm.
Joe Brown Recreation Center
5601 Read Blvd

Whole Village Art Therapy Fundraiser: THIS SUNDAY 12/10 !!!
Join us for fun, supported art making that will help you create beautiful ornaments for the holidays while raising money to provide art therapy for kids in need. $10 Donation per ornament. For more information contact Holly Wherry at hollywherry@gmail.com

Sunday, December 10. 2:00 - 5:00 PM 
Second Line Brewery. 433 N. Bernadotte St.

Alliance Française: Petit Penseurs
Petits Penseurs is a fun and engaging discussion group about the real and imaginary ideas of the world of children... en francais! Subsequent sessions will be offered every other month.  Free for AFNO members, $5 for non-members.  (For students only, children at this age engage more without parents.)  Register today to claim your child's spot!  www.af-neworleans.org
Saturday, December 9 from  1:30 PM 
Ages 4 - 7
$5 for nonmembers // Free for AFNO members

calendarMark your calendar...  

  • Double header Basket Ball Game! Wednesday, December 13th. 4:30 PM Girls' Tipoff at 4:30, Boys game to follow.
  • Winter Holidays for Students: December 20th - January 4th, 2018
This is NOT a complete list of school events.

Did you know?
What's new at our TOC at the Audubon Zoo classroom this week? Students enjoyed a 'Behind the Scenes' of the swamp exhibit. They went where it smells funny, where the fish tanks and the snakes are seen from above, where the rats and meal worms are growing up to feed animals on the exhibition, where baby alligators can be petted.

By using refillable water bottles, our staff and students have saved a total of 80,162 plastic bottles from the landfill.
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans | 504.620.5500 | info@lfno.org | www.lfno.org