WELCOME

”Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic, equitable societies.”
                                                                                                        ~Desmond Tutu

 

Welcome to our great Einstein community of schools! Vested in New Orleans East, Einstein schools is proud to house one of the most diverse populations in Orleans parish. We are honored to be good stewards for inclusive education for our students and families. 

As our world continues to evolve, so must Einstein. I am honored for the opportunity to lead our district of diverse learners into a new phase of evolution. Einstein is pushing forward and  embracing an innovative approach to education that includes every aspect of learning. While growth and evolution require time, consistency, and great intention, our team is eager and equipped. We look forward to embracing educational and organizational best practices rooted in equity to support the community we serve. 

As the new Interim CEO, I sincerely thank our parents for trusting Einstein with your most prized possessions-our students. Thank you Einstein teachers and staff  for supporting the future world leaders. This is our time. Let’s go Einstein!

 

Mrs. Ashley Daniels-Hall

Interim Chief Executive Officer
 

ABOUT OUR INTERIM CEO 

Ashley Daniels-Hall is the Interim Chief Executive Officer. Before serving students in her current position, she served as the district Chief Instructional Officer. Additionally, Ashley has served as principal, instructional coach and teacher at Einstein Sherwood Forest, and assistant principal at Einstein Village de l’Est. While there, she developed data driven curriculum, implemented collaborative content-based professional development, and facilitated transformative faculty coaching—wedding these strategies to bolster school and district-wide academic initiatives. In the 2017-18 school year, she served Renew Accelerated High School students as their Director of Curriculum and Instruction, increasing student achievement and engagement by 30 and 60 percent, respectively. Ashley’s zeal for education lies in seeing underserved students of color attain, achieve, and advance. She earned her Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of New Orleans, completing their Special Education and 1- 5: Elementary Education programs; and also earned a Master’s of Administration in Educational Leadership from National Louis University. Ashley is a native New Orleanian, committed to serving the New Orleans East community.

Contact

I welcome all stakeholders-students, parents, staff and community members to find ways to connect with me. I look forward to collaborating with you. 

504-503-0109