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Apply soon for free meals

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The school meals program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, school corporations across the country have been operating with the use of a federal waiver that allowed them to feed every child for free through the end of this school year. The use of … Continue reading “Apply soon for free meals”

New Assistant Superintendent Approved

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The New Albany Floyd County Schools Board of Trustees voted Monday night (June 13, 2022) to approve the hiring of Dr. Thomas Brillhart as the new Assistant Superintendent for Operations. Following the retirement of Bill Briscoe this summer, Brillhart will take over a similar role. Though he will be starting to train under Briscoe now, … Continue reading “New Assistant Superintendent Approved”

Live-Steaming Graduation

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The Floyd Central High School and New Albany High School graduations will be live-streamed for people to watch from the comfort of their home. Floyd Central High School’s graduation is scheduled for June 5 at 1 p.m. Save this link to watch the graduation live. New Albany High School’s graduation is on June 5, at … Continue reading “Live-Steaming Graduation”

Free Summer Meals

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The New Albany Floyd County Schools’ Food Services Department will be providing free meals to those 18 and under throughout the summer. Locations for the meals include The Floyd County Library, Hazelwood Middle School, Griffin Street Recreation Center and more. Check out the photo below for more details or text ‘Food’ to 877-877 for additional … Continue reading “Free Summer Meals”

2022 Retirees

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Congratulations to the 2022 retirees! We appreciate all their years of service and dedication to making NAFCS a success. Thank you to each of you. 2022 Retirees Sharon Allen Jenny Angst Brenda Beams Shirley Becht Tim Beemer David Best Pamela Bradley Bill Briscoe Connie Burk Pamela Casey Rick Cathcart Paula Chaplin Julie Collings Cheryl Dragon … Continue reading “2022 Retirees”

Prosser Named STEM School

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Prosser Career Education Center has been recertified by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) as a STEM school. This recertification renews the STEM title for the school for an additional 5 years. This certification is given to schools who prove to be leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. “These [STEM] schools are … Continue reading “Prosser Named STEM School”

Middle School Summer Learning

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Middle school students are invited to a free summer learning camp! The two-week camp will include math and English lessons, physical activity, friendship time and more. Transportation to and from school is also provided. Check out the flyer below for more details or click here to enroll now.  

ExCel Teacher of the Year

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Congratulations to Scribner Middle School‘s Emily Gallagher for winning the WHAS11 News ExCel Award! Gallagher, who teaches orchestra at Scribner, was recognized for going above and beyond for her students. Click this link to watch the WHAS11 story on Gallagher.

Virtual Academy

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Reserve your teen’s spot in the 2022-23 NAFCS Virtual Academy! The Virtual Academy is open to all Indiana students entering grades 7-12. Virtual Academy students may also attend Prosser Career Education Center (in-person). Click here to fill out the intent-to-enroll form today!

Updated Covid Guidance

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The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) has issued new COVID-19 guidance for schools.  After working closely with the Floyd County Health Department, NAFCS will be making the following changes: Effective Monday, February 21, 2022, masks become optional (parent choice). COVID-19 positive individuals will continue to have a mandatory 5-day, stay-at-home isolation period. In order to … Continue reading “Updated Covid Guidance”