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Thanks for Supporting Good Shepherd on GiveNOLA Day

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The Good Shepherd School participated in GiveNOLA Day, a 24-hour online giving event hosted by The Greater New Orleans Foundation to ignite the giving community.  The goal of GiveNOLA is to inspire the community to come together for 24 hours to contribute as many dollars as possible to support the work of non profit organizations.

Special thanks to all who supported The Good Shepherd School on May 5 by visiting our page.

We thank you for your generosity.

Welcome to Good Shepherd School

Opened in 2001 as part of the vision of the late Fr. Harry Tompson, S.J., the Good Shepherd School provides an excellent education, paid for by benefactors, in a safe and nurturing environment to at-risk, under-served children in New Orleans. The effect of this exceptional academic opportunity is to empower these children by providing them with the tools to break away from the cycle of poverty into which they are born.

To view our current fact sheet, click here.

2015 Science Fair Results

The Good Shepherd School held its Annual Science Fair on Thursday May 14.

100% of the 4th-6th graders participated.

Congratulations to the Science Fair Winners!

 

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Good Shepherd Students Visit St Clement of Rome

On April 8, Good Shepherd School students of the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade visited the students of St. Clement of Rome in Metairie to attend a morning mass at their church and then participate in several activities relating to health and nutrition.

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There were 5 stations set up in their gym and the students from both schools were split up into five groups, rotating to each station every 15 minutes or so.  The learning experience was fun and they made some new friends along the way.

Afterward, the Good Shepherd students were given a tour of the school and met some of the staff and teachers.  There was a brief stop off at Bright playground to eat a bag lunch and congregate around the play area.  All students agreed that it was a very enjoyable outing.

GSS Students to Perform Jungle Book at Le Petit Theatre

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 “Forget about your worries and your strife” and join us at Le Petit Theatre for “The Jungle Book” on June 12th and 13th.  This fabulous opportunity is made possible through the support of New Orleans Theatre Association(NOTA) and The Holly Pavy Foundation. Ticket information to be announced.

2015 Golf Tournament a Success!

The Annual Good Shepherd Golf Tournament was held Friday. March 20 at Audubon Golf Club.Qa1Rwh-xJ24t-bRqwjzaBmrn3yXWkATySnR-zm_2JYk

With perfect weather and delicious food from six local restaurants, this was our most successful tournament yet.

Steve Brinson, President of Royal Hond , presents a $20,000 check to sixthgraders Brian Ridgley, Jr. and Semaj Hollins and Mrs Emily Paul, Principal of Good Shepherd School. Royal Honda, for the second consecutive year, is the Tournament Title Sponsor.

Steve Brinson, President of Royal Hond , presents a $20,000 check to sixthgraders Brian Ridgley, Jr. and Semaj Hollins and Mrs Emily Paul, Principal of Good Shepherd School.
Royal Honda, for the second consecutive year, is the Tournament Title Sponsor.

 

 

We are grateful to our many sponsors and players.

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