Funds to support the school’s Outdoor Recreational Complex
NEW ORLEANS — The Annual “Cocktails and Blues” Benefit for Lake Forest Charter School will be held Saturday, October 8 at the Messina’s At the Terminal Restaurant in the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, announced Founding Chief Executive Officer Mardele S. Early.
A patron party starts at 6 pm followed by general admission to the Gala at 7 pm. The event is open to the public. General admission tickets are $75 per person; Patron party sponsor tickets are $100 per person.
To register for the event go to: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/the-council-for-quality-education/cocktails-and-blues-2022
Various levels of sponsorships are also available, with opportunities for product placement and brand recognition, to benefit the school’s construction of its Outdoor Recreational Complex. The funds raised help Lake Forest students develop as global leaders by adding supplemental dollars to the school’s instructional programs through a comprehensive sports, music, and arts program, said CEO Early.
The highest performing K-8 school in Louisiana, Lake Forest Charter School is a two-time National Blue-Ribbon School, a two-time National Title I Distinguished School Recipient, and its CEO received the 2021 U.S. Department of Education’s Bell Award for her outstanding school leadership. LFC provides a nurturing environment for children from diverse backgrounds and facilitates maximum student achievement through a rigorous, accelerated academic program. Said CEO Early. “Lake Forest Charter delivers on its promise to our children—the promise of a strong academic foundation for life.”