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Student Services Coordinator

The Student Services Coordinator facilitates the coordination of the Response to Intervention (RtI) process at each campus. RtI is a method of intervention which contributes to more meaningful identification of learning and behavioral problems, improves instructional quality, provides all students with the best opportunities to succeed in school, and assists with the identification of learning disabilities and other disabilities. The coordinator serves as the point of contact and organizer of the School Assistance Team (SAT) and liaises with parents to ensure that all relevant stakeholders take part in supporting the academic, behavioral, emotional and physical needs of students.

Academic Interventionist

Academic interventionists provides academic support in Reading, Math or French to targeted students who meet certain eligibility criteria.

English as a Second Language

Audubon is home to a diverse population of students who represent a number of countries from around the world. Those that are not fluent in English are eligible for special instruction and emotional support to help them adjust to a new language and culture. The ESL teacher works with these children in a resource setting.

School Nurse

Audubon employs a full-time Nurse at the Lower School and a part-time Nurse at the Upper School to address student health concerns. Immunization records are monitored regularly. Any chronic health problems should be reported to the nurse through the school office.

Social Worker

The school, parent, or student can request services of the social worker when needed. The social worker promotes and enhances the overall academic mission of the school by providing confidential services that strengthen home/school/community partnerships and alleviate barriers to learning. The social worker implements needed interventions and provides appropriate referrals.

Speech Therapist

Students in need of speech therapy can be referred for evaluation. Each student in the program meets with a therapist on a regular basis.

Support and Appraisal Services

The support and appraisal resource personnel work with parents, classroom teachers and resource teachers in the evaluation procedure for special education referrals. Audubon’s academic program is designed to address the needs of those students who have been evaluated and identified as either academically gifted, talented, or students in need of additional help. A list of criteria for eligibility and an explanation of the evaluation process are available at the school.

The French and Montessori Education, Inc. Board (Audubon Schools) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non- discrimination policies:

Title IX Coordinator: Erneshia Calvin, Human Resources Generalist
Title IX Policy
Office Address: 428 Broadway Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Office Phone Number: 504-324-7101
DCFS Toll Free Hotline: 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437)
Cyberbullying Hotline: (504) 304-5782
Online Homework Services:
Audubon Schools Bullying Contact: [email protected]
Contact Us
4720 Painters Street,
New Orleans, LA 70122
Phone: 504-309-9434
Fax: 504-270-1462

Lower School
428 Broadway St.
New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone: 504-324-7100
Fax: 504-866-1691

Upper School
1111 Milan Street,
New Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: 504-324-7110
Fax: 504-218-4618
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