Click on the link below to view the list of 2013 Summer Assignments for NAHS Students.
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Summer Academy Registration Deadline For High School Credit Recovery and Remediation Classes Occurs This Week
The 2013 New Albany Plain Local School District Summer Academy provides students with diverse experiences of K-12 Enrichment and High School Credit Classes. As a part of our mission to develop high-achieving, ethical, self-directed, and intellectually curious citizens of the world, Enrichment Classes have been assembled to stimulate and challenge your child academically, physically, creatively, and intellectually. High School Credit Classes are also being offered to challenge students through changes in instructional delivery, content, and pace.
In order to provide a clear schedule and process for our K-12 Summer Experiences, we have created a website with informational links for each class along with a comprehensive online registration form. You can also register in person at the Administrative Office at 55 North High Street.
Registration for K-12 Enrichment and High School classes is open until May 17th. No fees will be collected until a class is confirmed based on enrollment. Once a decision to offer the class is made, an email will be sent to you for notification along with instructions on the payment process and location.
Peace Week is back for its fourteenth year at New Albany High School. Throughout the week, students will take part in the Wexner Leadership Series, Earth Week activities and more, culminating with Friday’s Peace Games which encourage fun, creativity and camaraderie. Check out the schedule by clicking the link below.
NAHS students who will be attending the Junior/Senior Prom this Friday, April 19 will be required to attend the “Prom Promise” assembly set to take place earlier in the day. NAHS Annual “Prom Promise” program has been presented each year before the Prom to inform students about the dangers of impaired driving.
This year’s presenter, Pat Sagar is the mother of NAHS teacher, Lori Cheney, and grandmother of NAHS students Megan and Alex Weyls. In 1990, Pat’s son, Tom, who was a Senior at Licking Heights High School, was involved in a serious car wreck that was the fault of another person. Since then, Pat has spent years spreading a message about impaired driving and how it impacts families, teachers and friends. Pat has presented at NAHS’s Prom Promise every other year since 1994 and appreciates the opportunity to share her family’s story with students at the high school. This year is especially important to her, as her granddaughter, Megan, will be attending her Senior Prom.
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