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ACSA Board Recognition

March 23, 2017

School Board Honors ACSA Student Achievements The Algiers Charter School Association recognized the achievements of several students at their March Board Meeting. ACSA CEO Rene Lewis-Carter presented Awards to the William J. Fisher Middle School Boys Basketball Team for winning the championship. The Landry Walker High School Boys Basketball Team was recognized for winning the […]

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2017 Teacher Recruitment Fair

March 06, 2017

2017 Teacher Recruitment Fair Saturday, March 18, 20179am – 1pmHoliday Inn Downtown Superdome330 Loyola AvenueNew Orleans, LA Register here

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Algiers Parade of Champions

Algiers Parade of Champions, Saturday, 1/14/17 at 10:00 a.m.

January 10, 2017

          Algiers Parade of Champions     Featuring Edna Karr and Landry-Walker     Football teams         Saturday, January 14, 2017     Parade starts at 10:00 am     At Kabel and Berkley     And ends at Landry-Walker      High School campus      

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STEM Fest! Saturday, Nov. 5th

October 28, 2016

Parents and students are invited to Algiers Charter STEM Fest!Come have fun, learn and meet your community. There will be family activities, music and food. Who:All K-12 Students Invited (Parents must accompany students under 12)Open to the Community When:Saturday, Nov. 59am-12pm(Registration begins at 8: 30am) Where: Algiers Charter – Landry Walker1200 L B Landry Ave, New Orleans, LA […]

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Landry-Walker Band Director named quarterfinalist for Grammy Educator Award

August 26, 2016
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Saints “Get Fit” event at McDonogh #32 Literacy Charter School

August 26, 2016

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan throws passes to kids as United Healthcare and the New Orleans Saints hold a “Get Fit” Youth Fitness Zone at McDonogh #32 Literacy Charter School in Algiers. Players and staff demonstrates new fitness equipment and encourages students to stay active and to eat healthy foods during the event […]

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Training, Internships, Jobs in Growing Industries: How YouthForce Nola Is Helping New Orleans’ Teens

August 26, 2016

It’s mid-June in New Orleans, and on the 11th floor of a mid-rise building in downtown, 65 high school students shift nervously in their chairs. One by one, Ryan Hitchens, an educator-turned-program manager, calls the teenagers—many dressed in suits and ties, dresses and pumps—to the front of the room to receive their summer internship offer […]

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Help – Disaster Relief

August 22, 2016
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Fischer’s “Cure Dat” Campaign

January 28, 2016

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. At Fischer, Ms. Robinson and Ms. Jones organized a “Cure Dat” awareness walk and fundraiser for their faculty and students. All proceeds were donated to the Susan B. Komen fund. Ms. Jones said, “we are aware of the problems with breast cancer and this is our way to show tribute to […]

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High School Students Advised to Dream Big

January 28, 2016

Local leaders in the community joined City Councilwoman Nadine Ramsey in discussions about becoming empowered citizens. High school students from Landry-Walker, Algiers Technology Academy, and Edna Karr were in attendance to hear successful men and women discuss how they got to where they are and the obstacles they overcame to achieve their goals.  In order […]

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