S. Ellen Jones Elementary School awards its students each week for “Student of the Week”, for all their hard work and dedication! This aids in motivating young students to continue doing well in school, while also having their teachers and peers recognize their efforts! Congratulations to all these amazing kids! Keep up the great work!
Over the holiday break, FCEBL hosted a Holiday Camp for second through fourth-grade students at NAFCS. Students got the chance to practice drills, game-play contests, skill-oriented stations, and more! – As a special treat, the kids also got to listen to guest speakers in the NAFCS community. New Albany Police Officer Travis Nelson, and school … Continue reading “FCEBL 2019 Holiday Camp”
During the monthly school board meeting on Tuesday, December 17th, three high school teams were acknowledged for their talent, hard work, and accolades from the 2019 sporting season. The New Albany High School Cheer Squad placed first at the 2019 State Competition. New Albany won its title in the Varsity Coed Division! The competition featured … Continue reading “NAFC School Board Recognizes Student Excellence”
Each quarter, school board members visit NAFCS schools to see the great things our faculty, staff, and students are doing. Last week, they visited Georgetown Elementary and Highland Hills Middle School! Be on the lookout as next quarter, they’ll be touring more schools.
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.
Highland Hills Middle School, Scribner Middle School, and Hazelwood Middle School eighth grade students were in Washington, DC this week exploring, and learning about historical sites, museums, and more. What a cool way to spend their 2019 fall break!
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”
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”
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”
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”