Fannie C. Williams Charter School

Wednesdays are Warrior Folder Day! Parents, please check those book bags for important papers needing your attention.

FCWCS MISSION

The mission of Fannie C. Williams Charter School is to achieve the highest success through collaboration of staff, parents, and community.​​

Welcome from our CEO/Principal

Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! As we begin year 16 as a school family, we are pleased that you have selected FCWCS as the school of choice for your child.

Please use the website as your source of information for news about our school. Along with the newsletter, the Warrior News, Class DoJo, Instagram, Meta (Facebook), Wednesday’s Warrior Folders, info@fcwcs.org and Robo Calls are all ways we communicate to our families.

Utilize this site and the aforementioned methods as your method of keeping abreast of our always busy school year. Feel free to reach out if you can’t find the answer. Employ info@fcwcs.org as your way of reaching me or someone on staff for the answers to your inquires.

Kelly S. Batiste, CEO/Principal

4Ps of FCWCS
Behavior Expectations – 
ALL Warriors Are Always:

  • PROMPT
  • POLITE
  • PRODUCTIVE
  • PREPARED

Who is Fannie C. Williams?

Fannie C. Williams
Fannie C. Williams

There were many illustrious names above the entrances of New Orleans schools before the disasters of 2005 struck. Some remain; others are now footnotes in New Orleans educational history. A. P. Tureaud, Langston Hughes, Thomy Lafon, Ernest “Dutch” Morial, John McDonogh, L. B. Landry, Israel Augustine, Valena C. Jones, Sarah T. Reed, Warren Easton, Alceé Fortier, George Washington Carver, Booker T. Washington, Walter L. Cohen–the list was and is endless. Our campus is graced with the name of Biloxi native and outstanding New Orleans educator Fannie C. Williams.

Fannie C. Williams was born March 23, 1882 in Biloxi, Mississippi. She moved to New Orleans to attend high school and finished both the College Preparatory and Normal Departments of Straight College (now Dillard University) in 1904. In 1920, she received two baccalaureate degrees from Michigan State Normal College at Ypsilanti (now Eastern Michigan University) in Pedagogy and a Master of Arts degree from Michigan University at Ann Arbor in 1938. Later, she pursued further study at Ohio State and Columbia Universities.

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Supply List 2022-2023

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The FCWCS Curriculum

Our students’ classroom learning centers around providing them with a well-rounded daily experience…

ELA

English Language Arts (known simply as ELA) is a complete literacy program designed to…

The science of numbers, quantity, and space is known at mathematics. It is part of the Warrior’s day at…

Learning about the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world around them is what…

The study of human behavior, resources, relationships, resources, and institutions…

Community Leaders Advocating Student Success., Inc. (C.L.A.S.S.). Mrs. Kelly S. Batiste serves as our…

SPOTLIGHT ON

Our Faculty/Staff

One of our many exceptional educators is Mrs. Michelle D. Hodges. Born into a family of educators, she continues her family’s tradition, now entering her 28th year as a teacher in her hometown.
Mrs. Michelle D. Hodges
Teacher
If you are in need of an outstanding Pre-K(4) you need look no further than the classrooms of Ms. Ashley Singleton and her co-worker Mrs. Shawn Tolliver. Certified as Exceptional by the State of Louisiana, our young Warriors are in great hands!
Ms. Ashley Singleton
Teacher