C.L.A.S.S. Board Meeting Minutes 06-27-2019

C.L.A.S.S.
COMMUNITY LEADERS ADVOCATING STUDENT SUCCESS

11755 Dwyer Road
New Orleans, Louisiana 70128
Thursday, June 27, 2019
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING MINUTES

ROLL CALL: by Emily Roubion, Brenda Flint-Minor, Donnyette Love, Shannon London, Anthony LaPierre, Al Edwards

Absent: Debra Dean, Duane Stelly

Additional Attendees: Kelly Batiste, Brenda Watson, Gretchen Johnson

Meeting was called to order at 7:07 p.m.

ADOPTION OF AGENDA*- Anthony LaPierremotioned to adopt the agenda, Al Edwards seconded the motion, all in favor, motion carried.

MINUTES: Brenda Flint-Minormade a motion to accept the minutes as printed and Shannon London seconded the motion, all in favor, motion carried.

CORRESPONDENCES– See Administrative Reports

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

Kelly S. Batiste, Principal/CEO

  • Staffing Update– To date, we are fully staffed. 7 new hires with orientation on July 25th, CEO/Principal and Leadership team report on July 22, and all other staff members report on July 29th.
  • Enrollment Update– As of June 26thour enrollment is 538, 477 students have been rolled over from 18-19 school year, 101 new students through OneApp with 61 accepted seats and registered.
  • Family Engagement Policy– our focus will be to improve parent participation and will issue the policy to parents as well as have it posted on the website.
  • Pupil Progression Plan– No changes will be submitted to the State.
  • Action-Send documents (B&L Transportation, Evacuation Plan/Crisis Plan), beginning of school/activity dates (Active Shooter Training 07/17) to board members via email.
  • Request-Anthony LaPierre was asked to look over and create updated language to be included in new contracts.

BUSINESS MANAGER REPORT

Brenda Watson, Business Manager

  • Budget to Actual Report- was presented to the board
  • To offset our 2019-2020 budget, class sections have been reduced.

NEW BUSINESS*: None

OLD BUSINESS: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: None

Next board meeting Thursday, July 25, 2019 @ 6:30 p.m. to approve 2019-2020 budget.

ADJOURNMENT*-Anthony LaPierre made a motion to adjourn the meeting; it was seconded by Mrs. Flint-Minor, all in favor, motion carried. Meeting was adjourned @ 7:36 p.m.

2nd Annual Warrior 3K Bubble Run-Walk

Warrior 3K, Bubble Run/Walk
Saturday, October 5, 2019
9 am @ FCWCS

We are inviting the entire community–far and wide–to be a member of the 2nd Annual Warrior 3K Bubble Run/Walk. The event will be held at Fannie C. Williams Charter School on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 9 am. We are located at 11755 Dwyer Road (at Bullard) in New Orleans East.

Our goal is to raise money for the 2019-2020 Warrior Athletic Program. Our school currently sponsors flag football, volleyball, basketball (boys and girls), and cross country. FCWCS is a member of the MMSL (Metro Middle School League). Our school also partners with Joe Brown Park and the Red Cross to teach each semester about 30-40 children how to swim. All these activities require transportation, equipment, officials, etc. to make them happen

We are seeking sponsors to help defray the cost of organizing the event and hope that one of the levels below will inspire you to assist us in this worthy cause.

Sponsorship                                        Cost

                                                 
     Platinum Level                                            $500 or more

Benefits        

 • Large, one colored logo on back of race t-shirt
• Logo and contact information listed on race website
• Sponsor supplied banner on race day
• May set up table of info at the event
• Verbal recognition on race day
• 4 complimentary race entries

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Gold Level                                                      $450

• Medium, one colored logo on back of race t-shirt
• Company name with link listed on race website
• May set up table of information at the event
• Verbal recognition on race day
• 3 complimentary race entries

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Silver Level                                                   $350

• Small, one colored logo on back of race t-shirt
• Company name listed on race website
• Verbal recognition on race day
• 2 complimentary race entries

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Bronze Level                                                $250
• Companyname(no logo) on back of race t-shirt
• 1 complimentary race entry

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Friends of the 3K                                      $100

• Family name printed on back of race t-shirt
• 1 complimentary race entry

Thank you in advance for your consideration on becoming a sponsor for the Warrior 3K Bubble Run/Walk. Please call or email Terry Green to set up a sponsorship or to have any questions or concerns answered.

Coach Terry Green
Fannie C. Williams Charter School
504.373.6228
terry.green@fcwcs.org

Report Card

 

Breakfast/Lunch Menu for the Month

 

 

Fee Schedule

2018-2019
Fannie C. Williams Charter School

Fee Schedule

Lady Warriors End Volleyball Season, 5-5

First year coaches, Tanisha Batiste and Charline Varnado, directed the Lady Warriors team to a .500 season.

The team was unsuccessful in the MMSL playoff tourney on Saturday, October 27th, concluding the season with a 5-5 record. We anticipate that next season the team will build upon this year’s experiences, becoming more of a force in the MMSL.

The student-athletes were: Nya Batiste, Carltayjah Bazile, Jahda Brown, Amiyah Duret, Alvionce Jones, Shaina Lacayo, Jada Morris, Chrishel Oliver, Keymani Reese, Royelle Robins, Carissa Washington, and Angela Williams. Great effort ladies!

Dedication Is A Must in Cross Country

Some of our most disciplined student-athletes are six students that compose our Cross-Country team, coached by runner enthusiast and Physical Education teacher Dana Williams. This group competes on a Saturday morning, with racing beginning at 7:30 am.

CC is a sport in which teams and individuals run their races on outside courses over natural terrain such as dirt, grass, or in the case of the Warriors in the Metro Middle School League (MMSL), the levee batture in Jefferson Parish.

Runners competed in five meets, including the MMSL Championship Meet where runners Graciela Nunez, Malik Farria, and Christian Rivera finished among the top 30 runners in the 1.5-mile run, finishing the race in less than 12 minutes.

This year’s running Warriors are: Reyli Bejarano, Malik Farria, Graciela Nunez, Christian Rivera, Robert Taylor, and Angela Williams. Great season team.

Warriors Win MMSL Championship!

Warriors Win MMSL Championship!

For the third time in six seasons, the FCWCS Warriors have captured the Metro Middle School League (MMSL) Championship in Flag Football! They ended the seasons undefeated, 8-0. Fannie C. also won league championships in 2013 and 2014.

Coach Terry Green steered his team to victory against the Arden Cahill Academy on Thursday, October 18th. The team was composed of the following student-athletes: DeShaun Batiste, Cedric Dyer, Edwin Fefie, Ahmad Gains, Ashai Goffner, Lawrence Goffner, Akiem Horace, Devin Leaper, Donté Martin, Allan Mercadel, Shavez Morris, Maleek Noah, David Norwood, Melvin Rayford, Tyron Slack, Tyree Strowder, Laval Sullivan, Jaylyn Tyler and David Williams.

This season also marked the first time the Warriors were able to play a home game on our campus. Pictures are from the team’s first home game against Bishop McManus on September 24th.

Congratulations guys on a well-played season.

Cyber Safety Day

Cyber Safety Day with Deuce & Garfield

FCWCS was chosen to represent all elementary public schools in Orleans Parish for Cyber Safety Day (October 10), New Orleans. Schools and communities joined forces to ensure young scholars receive the tools to become responsible digital citizens.

Our 3rd and 4th graders viewed Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures. Everybody’s favorite cat, Garfield, and former Saints RB Deuce McAllister were on hand to help deliver the important message. This activity was sponsored by Cox Communications, Metairie Bank, and General Electric.

Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning = Growth @ FCWCS

Hard work brings results when students are engaged in their lessons! Sometimes it involves a face-to-face interaction with their teacher or working solo on a web-based program on a desktop computer. Whatever the lesson productivity can bring positive results in the classroom.

 

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