Hoosiers who haven’t yet filed the most important form for receiving student financial aid have just a few days left to file before Indiana’s new deadline of May 15. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education extended the filing deadline for the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beyond the state’s original April 15 … Continue reading “FAFSA Deadline”
New Albany Floyd County Schools is offering Pre-K! Click here to apply today! After you apply for NAFCS Pre-K, click here to apply for an On My Way Pre-K grant. If approved, Pre-K is FREE! Grants are given on a first-come, first-serve basis, so apply early! General Information Locations– Floyds Knobs, Grant Line, Mount Tabor, Slate … Continue reading “NAFCS Pre-K”
Prosser Career Education Center has three additional SEALs to add to their repertoire, bringing their grand total to eight. Indiana’s State Earn and Learn (SEAL) programs work to meet workforce demands by developing partnerships with area employers and training the next generation of workers. Click here to learn more about the SEAL program. Click here … Continue reading “Prosser SEALs”
Today starts the NAFCS Student Wellness Challenge! All NAFCS students can register for great door prizes by doing at least 10 minutes of physical activity each day, April 12-16, and logging it by clicking here, using the student’s email address. Why 10 minutes? Even 10 minutes of exercise each day can improve heart health! Read … Continue reading “Wellness Challenge”
New Albany Floyd County Schools is teaming up with the Floyd County Health Department to offer COVID vaccinations to eligible students during school hours. To be eligible to receive the vaccine, students must be at least 16 years old and have a parent consent by filling out this form by clicking here. The first vaccine … Continue reading “COVID Vaccinations”
New Albany High School’s softball team opened their season on a brand new field! Check out the photos from the first pitch as well as the game. Those in attendance included Superintendent Brad Snyder as well as school board members Joe Brown, Elizabeth Galligan, Jenny Higbie, and Lee Ann Wiseheart.
Prosser Career Education Center will hold an open house on April 6th, 8th, and 14th from 5:30 – 7:00 pm. All current high school sophomores and juniors are invited to attend. This is an opportunity for high school students along with the public to tour our facility and interact with our program area content instructors. … Continue reading “Prosser Open House”
The Floyd County Library will be hosting the NAFCS Elementary Spring Art Show on April 8-29, during their regular library hours. Click here to view a sneak peek of some of the featured art.
Power Up & Play Spring Break Edition is led by Certified Health Coaches from Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness. These FREE events are for students in Southern Indiana and their caregivers. These classes are for families to gather together, cook a healthy recipe, and exercise together. You may register for as many classes as you … Continue reading “Power Up and Play”
Anyone age 16 and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Indiana starting March 31. Click here to learn more.