Annual School Events

Open House

Held in September (around the 4th week of school). This is a basic meet and greet for parents and teachers. Teachers will present their class overview, expectations, and general information for parents.

Magnet Mania

This year Magnet Mania is on October 6, 2108 from 10:00-2:00 at the Raising Cane’s River City.  Magnet Mania is an EBR magnet recruiting event and marks the opening of the Magnet Application Period for new students.  This year’s Application Period is October 8, 2018 to November 26, 2018.

Magnet Mania Open House

This year’s Magnet Showcase Tour is on October 10, 2018 from 9:00-11:00 am and 12:45-1:45 pm. at our new location at 4510 Bawell Street.

Fall Fest

Held in October (on a Friday afternoon). Booths are set up with games and activities for students to play, food and drinks, and a country store, too. Tickets are required for everything and can be purchased in advance.

Book Fair

Held in the Fall. Students can purchase books from the Scholastic Book Fair set up in the school library.

 2015 FLAIM International Festival

2015 FLAIM International Festival

Christmas

Magnolia Mound's Creole Christmas

Held in December (on a Sunday afternoon). Our students sing holiday songs in French and Spanish for the public. There is no charge for admission, and the entire school family is invited to participate.

Christmas Program

Our Christmas Program is held in December (in the gym). Students perform holiday/winter songs in French, Mandarin and Spanish.

Mardi Gras Parade

Held the Friday before the Mardi Gras Holiday. Students in Pre-K and kindergarten create floats, or ride bikes, and toss goodies to the school in their own Mardi Gras Parade.

Dr. Seuss Day

Dr. Seuss Day is held in March.  Dr. Seuss hats are available for purchase.  Guest readers are invited to campus to read Dr. Seuss books that have been translated into French, Mandarin and Spanish.

Field Day

This day is scheduled on the day before Spring Break. Parents are asked to assist with the activities planned for the students. Field day occurs in the morning, and in the afternoon there is a volleyball game between the fifth grade students and the teachers.

International Festival Week

Throughout the year, all K-5 classes study and research a country or region of the world where their target language is spoken.  International Festival week is a time where students showcase what they have learned throughout the year. During this event, students showcase their work by participating in public speaking opportunities, songs, cultural events and other relevant performances.  Student work is also displayed throughout the school. This event is open to current FLAIM families, prospective parents and community members. Any prospective parents or community members that wish to attend should contact Ms. Louque, FLAIM’s Magnet Site Coordinator, at 343-6630.

Teacher Appreciation Week 

Held in May. Parents are encouraged to help their child find a way to say "Thank You!" to their teachers. PTO is very active during this week, and invites any who are interested to contact them for additional ways that they can be a part.

Talent Show

Held in May (last week of school). This is an opportunity for students to share their talent. Musicians, Dancers, Artists, Comedians, and even Animal Impressionists are invited to audition. This is not a competition- only a way to have fun!

Awards Day

Held in May (last week of school). This is a way to honor the hard work of our students and to celebrate their accomplishments.