When a Treme charter school shut down this summer, New Orleans College Prep CEO Ben Kleban had plans for the school’s vacant portable classrooms buildings — build a new school from scratch.
Lycee Francais board and counsel were considering a plan to have a third party buy Priestly site.
As a Type 1 charter, school is responsible for getting its own facility.
Only 16 students were registered when doors opened last month. The student body is now at 38.
After struggling to meet its enrollment goal, Foundation Preparatory Academy must rewrite its budget for a student body less than half the size leaders envisioned for its inaugural year.
It's time to level the playing field and provide a uniform application process for all OPSB charters.
The nonprofit that ran the school will auction off modular buildings next month.
Last day will come a month sooner than first planned, and students are being dismissed two hours earlier.
Decision means the site returns to control of the Orleans Parish School Board.
Law passed last year says public bodies can't count weekends in providing 24-hour notice to public.