Alfre Woodard and Trombone Shorty paid us a visit!
Students at Homer A. Plessy Community School in the Seventh Ward got a special treat on Tuesday. They met Oscar-nominated actress Alfre Woodard and local musician Trombone Shorty. Reporter Deepak Saini shows why their visit signifies an important change in the school’s curriculum…continue reading here
Interested in enrolling your child at Plessy? We have upcoming open houses. If you can’t make any of these, please email email@example.com or call us to schedule a tour.
School Renovation Day
On November 8th and 15th we’ll be having a beautification day. Our goal is to sort through the abundance of textbooks, electronics, and other school resources on the third floor and remove unnecessary material.
A message from our head of school
Welcome to Homer A. Plessy Community School! We have so many exciting things to look forward to and are so happy you have chosen to take the journey with us.
The mission of Plessy School is to develop students who think critically and act responsibly as citizens. I am proud to say that we have a very talented staff of teachers including a music specialist and a visual arts specialist who will work each day to ensure our students are learning in a joyful and engaging environment. Through arts integration, project based learning, and the Reggio Emilia inspiration, our students are taught to think critically and act responsibly using student centered and student directed themes.
As we begin this new year, I’d like to call on each one of you to help us achieve the vision of Plessy. Each one of you has a talent that can be shared with the school. Whether it includes playing an instrument, creating beautiful works of art, or volunteering to be a reading buddy or playground monitor, each person can help to build an even stronger community school. Please take a few minutes to think about something you can do to make Plessy stronger.
I look forward to seeing all of you soon,
Joan E. Reilly
Head of School
Homer A. Plessy Community School
721 St. Philip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 Office: 504-503-0055 Fax: 504-503-0056 firstname.lastname@example.org