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Director, Exceptional Student Services:
The Director of Exceptional Student Services (ESS) is responsible for promoting the vision and programming
of the ESS department to meet the needs of all diverse learners by setting and achieving goals that work
toward improved academic results and meaningful and rigorous outcomes in a French immersion setting.
The ESS department includes Special Education, Response to Intervention, Section 504 and ESL. The Director
coaches, trains and empowers Coordinators of ESS to lead the teams of teachers and service providers at
their respective campuses to work toward the vision. The Director serves as an Academic Leadership team
member to ensure seamless implementation of ESS programming across the school. The Director is
responsible for developing and overseeing all special education services, including coordinating
multidisciplinary evaluations, monitoring the implementation of special education services, as per students’
individualized education plans (IEPs), and ensuring compliance with federal and state laws. The Director is
also responsible for monitoring the tiered intervention process (RTI) and ensuring compliance with Section
504 plans and accommodations. Please follow this link for a full job description.
Director of Technology:
The Director of Technology plans, implements, and sustains a comprehensive information technology
environment including cybersecurity, instructional design, and desktop support for the short and long-term goals of
the academic, administrative, and online technological needs of Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Please follow this link for a full job description.
“As an intern, I was so impressed by the curriculum, the teaching strategies, and the students’ abilities to excel in both English and French. The learning environment is really unbeatable here, and students are allowed to express their individual personalities while learning to be excellent students.”
– Alarica D.
Updated Jan. 28, 2021