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”
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”
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”
Congratulations to Floyd Central High School, Floyds Knobs Elementary, Georgetown Elementary, Greenville Elementary, and Highland Hills Middle School! All have received “A” ratings from the Indiana Department of Education for the 2017-18 school year. Grades are calculated using IDOE standards of student performance and growth. CLICK HERE to download the full state report.
FAIRFAX, VA (02/01/2019)– Sydney Byerly, a student at New Albany High School, has been selected to represent New Albany, Indiana as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2019 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University. Byerly joins a select group of students from all over the country for an intensive study of journalism … Continue reading “New Albany Student Selected as National Youth Correspondent for Journalism and Media Conference”
You’re invited! Please join us for the 8th Annual Education Celebration Dinner and Auction supporting NAFC students, teachers, and schools! When/Where? Friday, March 8th at Huber’s Plantation Hall Who attends the Gala? Everyone! Parents, Grandparents, Educators, Alumni, Business Leaders, Community supporters, please join us! Why should I attend? To show your support for our remarkable … Continue reading “NAFC Education Foundation Presents 8th Annual Education Celebration”
Kindergarten Round Up for 2019-20 School Year If you have a child that will be 5 years old by August 1, 2019 he/she is eligible to attend kindergarten during the 2019-20 school year. We would like to ask that all families pre-register incoming kindergarten students at your school’s Kindergarten Roundup Open House or between the … Continue reading “Kindergarten Round Up: March 11-15”
Scribner Middle School (SMS) visual art students designed and created an abstract sculpture and gardens for the school. Art teacher, Karen Crawford and ArtSeed artists, Julie Schweitzer and Cody Presley, collaborated with SMS art students to create the sculpture. This art piece includes student created drawings of band and orchestra students with their instruments, which were … Continue reading “Scribner Installs Original Abstract Sculpture and Garden”
Congratulations to NAHS Chemistry teacher, Clark Mumaw! He was nominated for the Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program‘s (AP-TIP) Science Teacher of the Year Award for his students’ success in 2017-18. AP-TIP recognizes teacher successes in increasing enrollment in their courses, and increasing qualifying scores of 3, 4, and 5 on AP Exams. He was one … Continue reading “NAHS Teacher Nominated for AP-TIP Award”