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Grant Line Elementary Update

Grant Line Elementary will be on eLearning tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 15) through next week, due to staffing shortages caused by COVID positive cases as well as quarantines. We will continue to monitor the situation. If things improve, we will return to in-person learning on January 25. Please continue to check your email for the latest … Continue reading “Grant Line Elementary Update”

Free Meals through May 27

We are excited to announce that ALL students can eat FREE breakfast and lunch through May 27, 2021 (second meals/a la carte items are extra). For those learning full-time virtually or are on the A/B schedule, you can pick up free meals from the school. Locations, dates, and times are listed below.

COVID-19 Exposures

NAFCS is now reporting student COVID-19 exposures on our website, nafcs.org. To review the most up-to-date information, go to nafcs.org and click on “COVID-19 Update” in the menu options. From there, visitors can see all the latest updates on the calendar, eLearning days, and more. Scroll to the bottom for the yellow button that says … Continue reading “COVID-19 Exposures”

Second Semester Plan

The second semester calendar has been released. K-12: e-Learning will continue between January 5 and January 8. CA-ELC preschool students will remain in-person on these 4 days. CA-ELC families will be notified by Mrs. Schultze. K-12 students in the intense intervention program will remain in-person on these 4 days. K-12 will resume in-person instruction on … Continue reading “Second Semester Plan”

NAFCS Update: November 17, 2020

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.

Free Tutoring Information

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”

Class of 2020 Graduation Plans

Floyd Central and New Albany Graduation Plans The graduation plan for the Class of 2020 at Floyd Central High School and New Albany High School has been modified and finalized. Ceremonies will be held in both high schools’ gymnasiums on Saturday, July 18. Each school will conduct two ceremonies, at 9:00am and 11:00am. All members … Continue reading “Class of 2020 Graduation Plans”

High School Class Nights

The NAFC School Corporation is incredibly proud of our 2020 senior classes. Join us in recognizing and celebrating their accomplishments! Floyd Central High School New Albany High School Prosser Career Education Center

Proposed Soccer Field on Former Green Valley Site

We’ll be sad to see the old Green Valley Elementary go, but soon the school board will decide if it will be the future site of New Albany soccer. Take a look at the conceptual renderings of the potential soccer field recommended by administration and approved by the board earlier this week.

Scribner Installs Original Abstract Sculpture and Garden

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”

NAHS Receives Financial Award to Support Art Programs

Indianapolis— In May, to bring awareness to the unique mental health challenges that students can face, 132 students representing 18 high schools across Indiana, created and submitted artwork pieces in various mediums for the “Your Health Matters” student art competition and showcase.  Three students were chosen for the top awards from New Albany High School … Continue reading “NAHS Receives Financial Award to Support Art Programs”

Floyd Central Theatre Invited to Perform on Main Stage at International Thespian Festival

It looks like months of intense choreography training has paid off! After performing back in November, Floyd Central High School has now been invited to present their production of Disney’s Newsies at the International Thespian Festival. The troupe will travel to The University of Nebraska in Lincoln this June to perform on the main stage. Read … Continue reading “Floyd Central Theatre Invited to Perform on Main Stage at International Thespian Festival”