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Congratulations Are in Order!

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Congratulations to all our amazing NAFCS students! NAHS Cheer was coed 2019 State Champs! In addition, FCHS Cheer finished 2nd at State and 3rd in Timeout Division out of 40 teams. FCHS Football also became sectional champions with the win against Jeffersonville. Way to go to all our students, staff, and supportive community – you … Continue reading “Congratulations Are in Order!”

FCHS and NAHS Students Tour ERL, Inc.

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FCHS and NAHS students toured ERL Commercial Marine during One Southern Indiana’s 2019 Manufacturing week, last week! Students got the chance to learn more about common misconceptions in manufacturing and the career paths the industry provides! For more information about National Manufacturing Day and the tours around Southern Indiana, please visit https://bit.ly/2BvauAC.

New Albany Announces 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

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Last weekend, New Albany High School hosted their 13th annual Hall of Fame induction luncheon. Nine alumni and/or faculty members (seven present) were inducted and gave homage to their alma mater. Congratulations to the 2019 inductees. 2019 Class – Don Unruh: class of 1974, Stuart Gibson: class of 1943, D.J. Hines: class of 1969, faculty … Continue reading “New Albany Announces 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees”

FCHS and NAHS Recognized for 2020 Best Public Schools in Louisville Area

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Congratulations to both Floyd Central High School and New Albany High School for being featured in Niche.com list for best public schools in the Louisville area! Floyd Central ranked number nine while New Albany ranked at number 14. For more information on rankings, you can click here. Also to be noted, FCHS and NAHS both received rankings for … Continue reading “FCHS and NAHS Recognized for 2020 Best Public Schools in Louisville Area”

NAFCS School Board Passes Resolutions

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Great things are happening in our district! On Monday, August 12th at the Board of Trustees meeting, school board members voted in favor of educators on two accounts. The first resolution guarantees the support of the board in the New Albany Floyd County Education Association efforts to create change at the state level. The second … Continue reading “NAFCS School Board Passes Resolutions”

Mentor Mii Program Seeking Volunteers

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We are seeking volunteers for our mentoring program. Mentor Mii is a one-to-one program that focuses on matching someone in the community with a struggling student. If you’re looking to get involved in the NAFCS community, see the flyer below. You can also find out more information on August 20th during their meetings, at 8-9 … Continue reading “Mentor Mii Program Seeking Volunteers”

Teacher of the Year ’19-’20

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We love celebrating our awesome teachers! Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year nominees: Brittany Allen, Slate Run Teshea Barbee, Mt. Tabor Mary Pat Currin, Green Valley Heather Jacobi, Georgetown Stacie Lockhart, Greenville Jennifer Loughmiller, Children’s Academy Kimberly McClure, S. Ellen Jones Leslie Mobley, Grant Line Janna Oechsle, Floyds Knobs Tabitha Resener …and this year’s … Continue reading “Teacher of the Year ’19-’20”

NAHS Introduces AP Capstone Diploma Program for Fall 2019

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We’re excited to say that New Albany High School will start offering a new AP program this fall! NAHS is now one of approximately 1,800 schools worldwide to implement the AP Capstone™ Diploma program, an innovative program that allows students to develop the skills that matter most for college success — research, collaboration, and communication. … Continue reading “NAHS Introduces AP Capstone Diploma Program for Fall 2019”