Thank you for visiting MAX’s website!
We appreciate your interest in all the great things happening at MAX. Caring parents and a supportive community play an important role in educating our children. This site was designed to provide you with important and up-to-date information about MAX. Education changes lives, and the better informed you are, the more power you’ll have to influence and inspire our youth.
We’ve included helpful information that you may need throughout the school year. View our calendar to see upcoming events, schedules, and important dates at MAX. Read about our namesake Maxine Giardina. View messages from our Chairman Jake Giardina, the President of Nicholls State University Stephen Hulbert, and our Director Ms. Linda Musson, Teach to Teach, L.C.C.
If you have a question or comment, please contact us.
News and Reminders
The MAX Charter School Pupil Progression Plan Committee has scheduled its review meetings on May 16, May 21, and June 6, 2013, at the school. Parents and the public are invited and encouraged to attend. The 2012-2013 plan will be reviewed, and suggestions on revisions and amendments to the 2013-2014 Pupil Progression Plan will be discussed. Click on the link below to view a copy of the 2012-2013 MAX Charter School Pupil Progression Plan. If you have questions concerning this document, please call the school at 985-227-9500. Pupil Progression Plan 2012.2013
The MAX Charter School 8th Grade Completion and End of Year Awards Ceremony will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, May 23rd at Peltier Auditorium, NSU.
The Maxine Giardina Charter School Board of Directors will hold its next monthly meeting on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. at The MAX Charter School on the Nicholls State University campus. Meetings are usually scheduled for the first Thursday of each month.
MAX Charter School has been deemed a Top Gains School in the state in improving its 2011-2012 School Performance Score. The school no longer has a status of Academically Unacceptable.
For information on school accountability, please visit this link STAND_Accountability.
Did You Know…
- Dyslexia is the most common learning disability.
- It is a language-based learning disability that affects people with average to above- average intelligence.
- There are many successful people with dyslexia. They are proof that being dyslexic does not limit an individual’s future.
- Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference that can fall anywhere on the spectrum from annoyance to severe limitation.
- It affects more than reading, such as math skills, and is life-long.