The Dufrocq School in Baton Rouge Dedicates their Library to George Rodrigue
In 2011 artist George Rodrigue (1944-2013) visited The Dufrocq School, a LAA+ School in Baton Rouge, and painted with students.
The Dufrocq School in Baton Rouge recently dedicated their library to George Rodrigue, honoring the person who brought art and inspiration to their school! The library of the Dufrocq School is now named “The George Rodrigue Media Center.”
Wendy Rodrigue and Dufrocq faculty cutting the ribbon at the dedication of “The George Rodrigue Media Center.

Noi Thomas-Mills (L), Dufrocq School’s Magnet Lead Coordinator, joins Music Teacher Mary S. Johnson (C) and Wendy Rodrigue to celebrate Dufrocq’s students following their creative and enlightening arts-based lesson, integrating music, dance, recitation, and paper-construction to illustrate the solar system.
Read more about this special dedication, and see more photos in a new blog post from Wendy Rodrigue, linked HERE
Wendy Rodrigue joins LAA+ Schools Executive Director Bethany France (R) and LAA+ Founding Fellow Mary Nunnery-Williams (L) for the dedication of The George Rodrigue Media Center at The Dufrocq School in Baton Rouge, LA.
Louisiana A+ Schools is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization teaching all subjects through the visual and performing arts, supported in part by the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts. Now with a network of 21 schools statewide, including The Dufrocq School. Learn more- HERE