Education

Inclusivity for All

By celebrating inclusivity for all–regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or ability–we can help create a more equitable, accessible, and just world. Here are seven great books to share with your famil...

Spotlight: New Orleans Ballet Association

Since 1992 the New Orleans Ballet Association (NOBA) has been dedicated to expanding the art of dance beyond the community it serves to the world stage. NOBA has continuously responded to the city’s increasing ...

Excite All Stars

By Anthony Bui Excite All Stars was created in order to fill a great community need following the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina. Co-founders Gerald and Penny Marquez Williams wanted to provide a refu...

Mom About Town – Meet Kristen Zornman!

February 1, 2022 Kristen Zornman has turned her hobby into a career. She has been a dance instructor for the last 26 years. On top of owning her own business, Freedom to Move LLC, she is also a studio dance ...

Wiggle Room – Learning With Exceptionalities

January 1, 2022 By: Kimberly A. Bradley, MS, LOTR As this time of year approaches, many families are anxiously awaiting acceptance letters to private schools, hoping for a lucky lottery number to be pulled fo...

Parenting Corner – Making Decisions

January 1, 2022 This month’s school issue brings to mind how overwhelming the selection of a school can feel to parents. But if you are just starting out as a new parent, the first years of life require lots...

Navigating Enrollment in NOLA

January 1, 2022 By Lynzi Whalen Getting your child enrolled and ready for their public school adventure can be daunting, so we put together a how-to guide on the process of registering your kids for New Orlea...

Dear Frankie – Homework

January 1, 2022 Dear Frankie, Sunday nights are becoming a killer at our house. After dinner, mom asks my sibling, Billy, if he has completed his homework. He typically says it’s almost done. When she asks to...

Is College Right for Your Child?

January 1, 2022 By Jannean Dixon, M.Ed. “I’m an adult!” That’s what I thought when I graduated high school, but I was so wrong. I had no idea what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. Because of my inde...

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