The Recovery School District, in partnership with the Orleans Parish School Board, will host two application fairs for families this month, one for middle school families at KIPP Central Academy Wednesday (March 6) and another at Crocker Elementary on March 15.
According to a press release from the RSD, two fairs will be held in Uptown:
RECOVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT AND ORLEANS PARISH SCHOOL BOARD ANNOUNCE ONEAPP SCHOOL FAIRS WHERE PARENTS CAN MEET WITH PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS
Parents and students encouraged to attend and learn about all school options available through streamlined enrollment system
NEW ORLEANS, LA – Over the next month, parents will be making final decisions on where they want their child to attend school next year. With OneApp, the streamlined enrollment system, parents can identify up to eight schools and rank them in order of preference. As the OneApp deadline of March 15 approaches, the Recovery School District (RSD) and Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) are hosting grade specific fairs to encourage parents to get to know all of their school options. The transition grades of kindergarten, middle school, and ninth grade will be the focus of these fairs, but all parents are encouraged to attend. Fairs also provide fun and fellowship for the families, offering chances to win a school uniform voucher and free food and bounce-house fun.
OneApp Middle School Fair
6 p.m. -8 p.m.
KIPP Central City Academy (2514 Third Street)
OneApp Wrap Party
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Lawrence D. Crocker Arts and Technology School (2300 General Taylor Street)