NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) ––– NOLA Public Schools is seeking public feedback after putting a hold on the decision to move Homer Plessy Community School, citing the need for millions in renovations.
School Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams announced last week that the school was moving, but after speaking with parents, teachers, and other community members, Dr. Williams said in a statement that the board needed to look at more data and hear from the public.
Monday’s meeting is at 5 p.m. at the Homer A. Plessy Community School campus, located at 721 St. Philip St. The Tuesday meeting will be held virtually on Zoom.
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