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SAES Family Fest at Po-Boy Fest 2014

SAES Po-Boy Flyer 2014 color

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School to host Family Fest at Po-boy-Fest

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is only days away from our Family Fest at Po-Boy Fest! Join us November 23rd, at St. Andrew’s from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m!

It’s going to be an incredible event featuring live music by Amanda Shaw & The Cute Guys, great food and libations and children’s activities including the Nurture Nannies Chill Out Room with babysitting services ($10/hour, 2 hour max for kids under 6, on a first come, first serve basis), face painting by YAYA artists, a climbing wall, a photo booth, balloons, cotton candy and more.

Don’t forget to drop in and try our signature Cochon de lait-type Po-Boy created by Brack May of Cowbell!

Please come support this awesome event! This is a great way to enjoy the Oak Street Po-Boy Fest with your family! Admission is $5 and under 2 is free.

We hope to see you there!

Oak Street PoBoy Fest Website


See the great press Family Fest at the Po-Boy Fest is getting in Gambit, Offbeat and this week’s Lagniappe section of the Times-Picayune linked below!  Hope to see you there!

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Diversity Week at St. Andrew’s

During the week of October 20– 24, the students at St. Andrew’s were  involved in embracing, exploring and celebrating vibrant dimensions of diversity in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment.  “Diversity Week” at St. Andrew’s was a fun filled, educational, age appropriate experience.  It included lectures, speakers, presentations, and creative arts to help teach and bring awareness of individual, group and cultural differences.   Please join us in promoting diversity acceptance and moving our children beyond simple tolerance into love and respect for all of God’s beautiful, diverse creations.

Diversity Week Activities /Photo Gallery

Grace Hall Dedication, September 26, 2014

unnamed (9)On Friday, September 26, 2014 at 8:00 am St. Andrew’s Episcopal School conducted a Dedication Ceremony of our new three-story classroom building on the St. Andrew’s campus on the corner of Oak and Short Streets. The new classroom building is named Grace Hall.  This name has been selected as an appropriate embodiment of God’s Grace that has made this building possible, and of the graciousness from the St. Andrew’s Community in planning, funding, and creating this wonderful new teaching and learning space for our children.

Grace Hall consists of approximately 10,000 square feet of new teaching and learning space and will provide much-needed classroom space for a new music room, STEM Center (science and math labs), homeroom classrooms, and a new multi-purpose room for indoor recess, PE, and student exhibitions and performances.

Photo Gallery: Grace Hall Dedication Ceremony