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澳门六合彩心水论坛

Firstline Schools
 

澳门六合彩心水论坛

Our Mission

The mission of 澳门六合彩心水论坛 is to create and inspire great, open admissions public schools in New Orleans.

Our Vision

Our schools will prepare students for college, fulfilling careers, and a healthy life by nurturing students in mind, body, and spirit.

Mind

Strengthening the ability of students to succeed in rigorous academic classes by developing a love of learning, a foundation of basic skills, strong critical thinking skills, intellectual perseverance, curiosity, and creativity.

Body

Enabling students to be strong in body and ready to learn in class by promoting physical fitness, healthy eating habits, opportunities for movement throughout the day, and sufficient sleep.

Spirit

滨苍诲颈惫颈诲耻补濒:听Developing strong character and good mental health

Community: Building healthy relationships and showing school spirit

OUR HISTORY

1990: Summerbridge (Now called Breakthrough)

1990: Summerbridge (Now called Breakthrough)

The roots of 澳门六合彩心水论坛 trace to the founding of this unique summer program designed to help 5th and 6th grade students gain acceptance into top middle schools.

1992: James Lewis Extension

1992: James Lewis Extension

Working with a group of concerned parents, Jay Altman and the Summerbridge team founded this school, with 100 students and four teachers.听 Dr. Tony Recasner became the school鈥檚 Director in 1993.

1998: New Orleans Charter Middle School (NOCMS)

1998: New Orleans Charter Middle School (NOCMS)

James Lewis Extension converted into a charter school and adopted a new name.听 NOCMS became the top-performing open admissions middle school in New Orleans. In August 2005, flooding from Hurricane Katrina destroyed the campus and led to NOCMS鈥 closure.

2005: Samuel J. Green Charter School

2005: Samuel J. Green Charter School

Middle School Advocates (the former name of 澳门六合彩心水论坛) was approached by the state and asked to take over the failing Green Middle School.听 Green opened as a K-8 charter school the week before Katrina.听 The school reopened in January 2006.

2007: Arthur Ashe Charter School

2007: Arthur Ashe Charter School

Using the NOCMS charter to open a new K-8 school (later renamed Arthur Ashe), this school opened with 42 students and has grown to its current enrollment of over 650 students. In 2012 Ashe moved to a brand new campus in the Oak Park neighborhood of Gentilly.

2010: Phillis Wheatley Community School (formerly John Dibert Community School) & Langston Hughes Academy

2010: Phillis Wheatley Community School (formerly John Dibert Community School) & Langston Hughes Academy

In 2010, we chartered John Dibert Community School (now Phillis Wheatley Community School) as a turnaround school to improve academic performance.听 Also that year, FirstLine began managing Langston Hughes Academy which is now a FirstLine school. In 2014, Phillis Wheatley Community School moved to their new home located at 2300 Dumaine Street.

2011: Joseph S. Clark Preparatory High School

2011: Joseph S. Clark Preparatory High School

FirstLine began operating Clark as a turnaround school with a focus on Career Technical Education (CTE). Acknowledging the need for CTE on a larger scale, now provided by the New Orleans Career Center, and faced with declining enrollment, FirstLine decided to close Clark after the Class of 2019 graduated.

2018: FirstLine Live Oak

2018: FirstLine Live Oak

FirstLine Live Oak joined the FirstLine network as a transformation school and was operated for four years, two of them during the COVID pandemic. FirstLine took a leadership role in right-sizing the Orleans Parish school district by deciding to close FirstLine Live Oak at the end of the 21-22 school year due to decreased enrollment in public schools across the city and state. Many Live Oak families chose to send their children to FirstLine’s other four schools.

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