Admissions to St. Ann School of the Archdiocese of New Orleans admits students without regard to race, sex, color, or national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Furthermore, St. Ann School does not discriminate on the basis of policies, scholarship or loan programs, admission policies, or other school administered programs. Additionally, in compliance with Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, no person in the school shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity except permitted under said Title IX. All students are admitted to the school with the understanding and on the condition that they will be able to meet the requirements of school life.
St. Ann Middle School students participated in the Delta Lions Club's Poster Peace Poster Contest. Delta Lions Club members presented each contest winner with a Barnes & Noble gift card.
The winners also recieved a "Certficate of Participation" from Mrs. Susan Kropog, Principal of St. Ann School.
Pictured from left to right are:
(front row) Evan Starring-First Place Winner, Alexandra Marcus-Second Place Winner & Aloka Fernando, Third Place Winner.
(back row) Mr. Henry Archambault-Delta Lions Club, Mrs. Jay Armchambault-Delta Lions Club & Mrs. Susan Kropog-Principal St. Ann School.
The St. Ann Builders Club members received a $3,000.00 grant from the Jow W. & Dorothy D. Brown Foundation for their service partnership with Good Shephard School.
Builder's Club members (left to right): Kaden McLaughlin, Sidney Soldano, Patrick Schellhaas & Madeline Vogt pose with Mrs. Susan Kropog, Principal.
St. Ann Middle School students recently donated money to help Louisiana neighbors affected by the recent flood. As a result of their generosity, 40 buckets were filled with cleaning supplies, cards and gift cards. The donations will help families who are members of St. George Catholic Church in Baton Rouge return to their homes.