Fannie C. Williams School
Fannie C. Williams, New Orleans Educator
Fannie C. Williams was born in Biloxi, Mississippi. In 1904, she graduated from Straight College, a school that later merged with New Orleans
University. In 1920, she received two degrees from Michigan State College, a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Pedagogy.
When she returned to New Orleans in 1921, Williams taught at Valena C. Jones Normal School, a school established to train African American
teachers and then certify them to work in the school system. She would later serve as principal of the school. She was instrumental in having a nursery
and a kindergarten class established for African Americans in the public school system and established an annual child health day when medical professionals
visited schools and performed their service free of charge.
Her influence extended beyond the Orleans Parish School system. She participated in three White House Conferences during the administrations
of U. S. Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin Roosevelt, and Harry Truman. Williams served as president of the National Association of Teachers in Colored
Schools and on the board of directors of Dillard University and Flint-Goodridge Hospital.
In 1977, she was the recipient of awards from the American Teachers Association and the National Teacher's Association. She died in 1980 at the age of 98.
Our school is located in Eastern New Orleans. We have approximately 600 students in grades Pre-K through
8th grade. Breakfast begins at 7:30a.m. The school day starts at 8:00a.m. and ends at 3:15p.m.
School-Wide Discipline Plan
Our school has two computer labs, a marching band, auxiliary groups, and a library
that contain books from the Laura Bush Foundation. Our curriculum includes: Mathematics, Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Computer Literacy, Art,
Library Skills, and Music.
Positive Behavior Support (PBS)
At Fannie C. Williams School, we believe each member of our school community is responsible for maintaining
an environment that promotes quality teaching and learning for all.
Based on this behalf, we have attempted to clearly define
acceptable versus unacceptable conduct, identify possible interventions to address unacceptable conduct, and ensure that all
interventions are applied fairly, promptly, and appropriately.
Our "Student Code of Conduct" applies to all students who are
on school property, in attendance at school or at any school sponsored activity, whether on-campus or off-site, or whose conduct
at any time or place directly impacts the operations and/or general welfare of our school community.
Warriors are always...
Prompt, Polite, Productive, and Prepared.