Thank you to all of the parents who took our recent survey! Click this link to view the results.
Congratulations to the 2022-23 NAFCS Educational Support Employee of the Year: Joyce Gum! Gum, who is the plant operator at S. Ellen Jones Elementary, has been an important part of the NAFCS team for 25 years!
We are now hiring bus drivers! Make $23.00-$24.40 per hour (4.5 hour day) as well as benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance; sick, & personal days as well as state retirement (PERF). NAFCS will provide training for applicants not yet certified with a CDL license. For more information, please contact the Transportation Office … Continue reading “Now Hiring Bus Drivers”
NAFCS is working to improve our communications with parents/guardians for bus route cancellations. We appreciate your patience in receiving the many calls that unfortunately we have had to make. We are constantly looking for solutions to our bus driver shortage issue. Beginning Sunday, September 18th, NAFCS will be practicing the following protocols: For bus route … Continue reading “Bus Route Updates”
Prosser Career Education Center has been recertified by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) as a STEM school. This recertification renews the STEM title for the school for an additional 5 years. This certification is given to schools who prove to be leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. “These [STEM] schools are … Continue reading “Prosser Named STEM School”
Middle school students are invited to a free summer learning camp! The two-week camp will include math and English lessons, physical activity, friendship time and more. Transportation to and from school is also provided. Check out the flyer below for more details or click here to enroll now.
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”
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”
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.
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.
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.
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”
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”
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”