With January upon us, it is time to review our snow day guidelines. If there is a chance of snow, the administration will communicate with teachers and direct them to send devices and chargers home with students. You will get an all-call if a snow day is issued. To sign up for text/phone alerts, please … Continue reading “Snow Day Guidelines”
The Indiana Department of Health has released new guidance related to quarantines and positive Covid results. Please click here to review the updated guidance.
Congratulations to our Support Staff Member of the Year: Linda Oliver! Linda’s history with NAFCS goes back to 1985 when she worked as a monitor and volunteer at Fairmont. In 1988, she started working for the food service department and has been in her current role as the coordinator of reimbursement and equipment management since … Continue reading “Support Staff Member of the Year”
Beginning on October 21st, the following Covid mitigation policy will be in effect: Students who are not vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear facial coverings. However, for students, masks are now optional during the school day. All bus riders must continue to wear a facial covering while riding on a school bus due to a … Continue reading “Covid Policy Adjustments”
Indiana Participates in National College Application Week, Sept. 20-24 High school seniors can apply to some Hoosier colleges for free Thirteen Indiana colleges will waive college application fees during Indiana’s College Application Week, September 20-24, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Another 26 colleges have reported free applications year-round. College Application Week is … Continue reading “National College Application Week, Sept. 20-24”
Update from Superintendent Dr. Brad Snyder: Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced on September 1st a new executive order which will change how some students are quarantined. For school districts which currently have mask mandates in place, including NAFCS, those students identified as close contacts to a Covid-19 positive person will not need to be quarantined … Continue reading “Quarantine Changes”
Superintendent Brad Snyder has sent an update to NAFCS families and staff on the masking guidance, which will now follow a color-coded scale. To read the full message, please click here.
July 2021 Dear Parents, At the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation, safety is foremost, and communication is essential. During the 2021-2022 school year, students will receive instruction on our emergency procedures and participate in disaster drills. We are constantly seeking ways to increase the level of safety and communication for students and parents. Our … Continue reading “Emergency Procedures”
July 2021 The following communication is regarding Asbestos and Pest Management: Annual Asbestos Notification for Staff and Building Occupants 2020-2021 School Year Under the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) of 1986, the New Albany – Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation (NAFCS) is required to annually notify all school building employees, building occupants, or their … Continue reading “AHERA Management Plan”
June 30, 2021 Dear Parents, A high vaccination rate in the community is a tremendous asset for our schools being able to return to the type of “normal” school experience that many want to see in 21-22. Therefore, we encourage everyone 12 and over to consider getting a vaccine prior to the beginning of this … Continue reading “July Covid Guidance”