Julius Patrick Elementary
Community School Zone 2
505 Texas Ave • Alexandria • LA 71301 • Phone: 442-7921 / Fax: 442-5498
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Meet Our Principal
Dr. Norvella Williams
Welcome to the 2018-2019 academic school year! It was with great anticipation that I entered into the genesis of this academic term. The talent and intellect that surround me pique my excitement. Julius Patrick is an amazing place for students to prepare for Junior High School. Moreover, it serves as a foundation whereby students can give birth to untapped potential. We continue the ongoing initiative to master the balance of academics and arts to meet the needs of our unique and outstanding student population. Our mission is to educate students for a world beyond the walls of our school. It is my sincere belief that the foundation of our future accomplishments are embedded in the academic route that we create to form a true commitment to our students.
Meet Our Assistant Principal
It is with great honor and excitement that I introduce myself as the new Assistant Principal at the new Julius Patrick. My passion for education and supporting the success of all students has been shaped over the last 15 years. In each of my roles it has been my goal to provide my students with the best instructional and educational opportunities. The last 7 years of my professional experience includes teaching and leading 6th graders at Arthur F. Smith Middle Magnet School and Alma Redwine Elementary School. I understand that 6th grade is a very formative year academically as well as socially. Providing the students of Julius Patrick with the most well-rounded education possible is my top priority. Through the shared commitment of learning our highly qualified teachers and paraprofessionals, knowledgeable support staff, committed community leaders, involved parents, and determined students will ensure that excellent educational opportunities are achieved.
Meet Our Master
Teacher Adam Cohen
Adam Cohen is the new Master Teacher at Julius Patrick. Adam has been working in the education field since 1999. He was a special education teacher for 5 years before transitioning into a mathematics and science teacher in a middle school setting. He taught in high-poverty schools in Brooklyn, New York before coming to Alexandria, Louisiana in August 2011.
Adam has a dual master’s degree in Education and Special Education. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.61 from Touro College in New York City. Adam has worked his way up from being a career teacher, to a mentor teacher, and into his current role of Master Teacher.