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Letter from the Principal

  • WELCOME BACK MERAUX BEES! Wow, I cannot believe we are beginning our sixth year at Arlene Meraux Elementary. If you are new to our school family, let me be the first to welcome you! As principal, I am delighted to begin a new school year with you and your children in our new, state-of the art campus. Our staff worked hard to prepare for the opening of our school year. Last year was certainly one filled with challenges, but as always, our Meraux family demonstrated their strength, flexibility, and support. We have scheduled many events for our students and families to share this year, and we hope that you will join us in making this a great educational experience for your children. With an experienced, caring faculty and strong parent/teacher communication, this school year promises to be exciting and productive.

    We are committed to providing a structured, positive learning environment for all children, and we ask for your support by following school policies and procedures.   We encourage all parents to become active participants in their children’s education.  We have observed first-hand the impact of parental involvement on a student’s success.  Whether you are available to volunteer at school during the day, attend school functions in the evening, or simply send your child to school each day with homework completed, you DO make a difference

    Do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher, the guidance counselor, or the office if you have questions.  We will work closely with you to address any concerns. Together we will work toward educational excellence for Arlene Meraux Elementary School students.  We strive to be a dynamic learning institution filled with enthusiastic students who are challenged daily to think and to succeed.  

    Thank you for entrusting your children to us.  The entire staff will work diligently every day to earn that trust.  I look forward to getting to know each of you throughout the school year.


    Natalie C. Albers