New Albany Floyd County Schools has the opportunity to apply for a federal grant titled ESSER III (The grant is worth approximately 16 million dollars). We would greatly appreciate your feedback as to how these grant funds should be spent in NAFCS. Please complete this form by June 16 so that we can submit our … Continue reading "Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Grant Feedback"
To learn more about our Summer Meals Program for kids and teens, click here.
Due to the upcoming elimination of our A/B hybrid schedule, changes to our meal distribution service are necessary to allow our high school Food & Nutrition teams time to focus on lunch services for their in-person students. Free Meals will continue to be distributed each Wednesday (except during spring break) at both New Albany High … Continue reading “Food Service March Update”
Kindergarten Roundup March 1-5, 2021 Get ready for Kindergarten Roundup! Award-winning New Albany Floyd County Schools is ready to bring on the future class of 2034! Our top-notch kindergarten program instills a love of learning while nurturing each child’s academic growth. Come and join our NAFCS family! Your child must be 5 years old on … Continue reading "2021 Kindergarten Roundup"
Register teens now for this Winter’s VIRTUAL Youth Influencers Camp from PeaceCasters! Where young people come together to build community, share stories, and create powerful social media messages in order to create real social change. This 3-day virtual camp is for youth ages 13–18 who are looking to get involved in movements for change and … Continue reading “Winter Virtual Youth Influencers Camp from PeaceCasters”
This is not the most recent food service update- for up to date information please click here. E-Learning Meal Support Starting Friday, November 20th, 2020 Parents Frequently Asked Questions Where do I pick up breakfast and lunch for my student? Meals will be available at your child's school on the following dates. Friday, Nov 20th: … Continue reading "Food Service Update"
NAFCS Superintendent Dr. Brad Snyder and Floyd County Health Officer Dr. Tom Harris, M.D., provide an update on the status of the school district as well as the county. Changes in the district will start Friday, November 20.
Applications for the 2020-2021 school year are now available online and paper copies are available at NAFCS Children’s Academy-Early Learning Center (CA-ELC) Child must be four years old by August 1, 2020 Families will be contacted when application has been received (for online applicants) Spots are available on a first come-first served basis Cost Full … Continue reading “Preschool Program”
From:NAFCS Social Workers and Case Managers
Indiana’s Call and Learn free tutoring service for K-12 students is once again being offered by retired teachers, courtesy of the Indiana Retired Teachers Association. The service begins Tuesday, and no internet is needed. Retired teachers will assist Indiana’s K-12 students with language arts, math, science, and social studies. Students can call 1-877-45-STUDY toll-free [1-877-457-8839], … Continue reading “Free Tutoring Information”