Please read below for the latest update from Superintendent Brad Snyder. September 28, 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian, The first few weeks of our unprecedented pandemic journey have been difficult for everyone. However, we have had a good start and our plan has successfully avoided school closings and other disruptions. We will keep moving forward with rational … Continue reading “Changes to Return to School Plan”
The YMCA is seeking nominations for the 2020 YMCA Youth Character Awards. If you know a teen who is caring, honest, respectful, and responsible, nominate him or her. Each winner will receive $2,500 in scholarships! Nominators are due Sept. 25.
The Floyd County Family YMCA is hosting Virtual Learning Wednesdays for NAFCS students. The center will provide virtual learning support from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $35 each Wednesday for new and part-time participants. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention Floyd County! Girl Scout Volunteers are holding two virtual parties for girls that are interested in joining Girl Scouts. All are welcome! At these parties the girls will have some fun and parents/caregivers will be able to learn how they and their girls can be part of Girl Scouts! To learn more, click here … Continue reading “Girl Scouts Dance Party”
The Awesome Kids Camp offers free transportation from school, eLearning assistance, team sports and more. For more information, refer to the flyer below or visit their website.
The New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. will be offering students a virtual learning option for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. Students will be provided an electronic device and be able to live stream class from home. “We are very excited to be able to offer this option to our families,” said Superintendent Brad … Continue reading “Virtual Learning”
The New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. will provide an electronic device to each student in kindergarten through 12th grade to use during the school year, thanks to federal CARES Act dollars. The additional technology will allow full access to eLearning, if eLearning days are needed in the future. “The CARES funding was launched … Continue reading "NAFCS Launches 1:1 Initiative"
The Floyd County Library has many activities for people of all ages this summer. Participants can earn various prizes through the library’s annual summer reading program, with a grand prize winner receiving a Kindle Fire. Other activities include a virtual Frozen party, fantasy map-making, trivia night, cooking class and more. Please see below for more … Continue reading “Summer Reading Program”
NAFC Schools will continue to provide FREE MEALS to all children age 18 and under.
FLOYD COUNTY – The New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. will host two graduation ceremonies on July 18. Floyd Central High School will have graduation at 10 a.m. with New Albany High School’s ceremony starting at 1 p.m. “At this time, no one know for sure what rules or guidance will be in place … Continue reading “2020 Graduation Plan”