Dr. Brumley’s 100-Day Plan Weekly Update: April 27

This is the second in a weekly series of posts updating the public on the progress of Dr. Cade Brumley’s 100-day entry plan. To view his complete plan, click here. To view a table outlining his progress to date, click here. This was arguably one of the busiest weeks of Dr. Brumley’s first 100 days […]

Join Dr. Brumley for Coffee Chat or Town Hall as part of his Discovery Days

Jefferson Parish Public School System Superintendent Dr. Cade Brumley is inviting the community to join him for coffee and a town hall as part of a larger plan to understand the district from as many viewpoints as possible. These coffee chats and town hall events will be held in all nine JPPSS districts. Each coffee […]

Teacher of the Year Banquet Honors Best in JPPSS

The Jefferson Parish Public School System recognized excellence in education during its annual Teacher of the Year Awards Ceremony Luncheon May 18 at The Four Columns in Harvey. The Teacher of the Year from every JPPSS school was honored during this event that was attended by Jefferson Parish School Board members, business and community stakeholders, […]

Alexander, Audubon Redistricting & Bunche Attendance Zone Public Hearings May 9

The Jefferson Parish School Board will hold two public hearings on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 to consider a redistricting proposal for Alexander Elementary and Audubon Elementary. The board will also consider a proposal outlining the attendance zone for Ralph J. Bunche Elementary, which will reopen for the 2017-18 school year. The public hearings will begin […]

A Day in Pictures: A.C. Alexander Elementary

Spend “A Day in Pictures” at A.C. Alexander Elementary. Click on the photos below to cycle through larger images. You can view more photos of this school on its Flickr online photo album.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art Displays Work of Alexander Elementary Students

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans worked with A. C. Alexander Elementary School students during the month of September. Second and third grade students were inspired by local artist Keith Duncan, as they focused on the theme of Artists and Sense of Place titled Our Home Town: From Kenner to New Orleans. […]

Winn Dixie Partners with Alexander to Turn Students into Junior Cake Decorators

Thanks to their local Winn Dixie store, students at A.C. Alexander Elementary School not only decorated their cakes, but ate them, too. At a recent cake design event sponsored by Winn Dixie, Alexander students donned hairnets, aprons, and gloves, and topped their outfits off with hats that read “I’m a jr. cake decorator.” According to […]