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    • Board Meeting Recap - July 25

      Superintendent Sawyers presented an update on the 100+ Day Plan. The Board voted to approve a change in transportation for students grades K-5 who live within the 2-mile radius to now be eligible for transportation for the new school year.

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    • School Tool Box Preps You for 2016-17 School Year

      It is a one-stop shop if you have students in grades 6 through 8. The School Tool Box offers pre-packaged items that you will need based on your student's grade level for the new school year.

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    • Eagles Nest - Now Hiring for Fall

      NAPLS is currently hiring for the Eagles Nest, our before and after-school childcare program for students enrolled in grades K-6 in the 2-5 elementary school. We are hiring adult and student child care assistants for our program for before and after-school hours.

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    • Pay to Participate & Payment Schedule Fall 2016

      The district continues to offer support to student athletes and families. Both the scholarship fund and the installment options are available for fall sports & extracurricular activities.

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    • Save the Date - Meet the District Leaders, August 8

      Join the NAPLS Board of Education for a "meet the district" night at the New Albany Middle School Cafeteria. A great opportunity to kick off the new school year and meet many of the new administrators, PTO and Booster leadership.

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    • Become a Volunteer Mentor and Make a Difference

      Learn more about LifeTown's Community Connectors grant continued for the second year to match mentor volunteers with students with disabilities.

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    • District Leadership Team Complete

      Building leadership transitions provide an opportunity for additional supports with an Assistant Principal, Mrs. Kate Thoma at the 2-8 Building, Dr. Sara Peterson as Dean of Students for NAMS and Ms. LeNora Angles Dean of Students at NAHS.

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    • Board Work Session Recap - July 11

      An update of the 100 Day Plan was presented to the Board by Deputy Superintendent Michael Sawyers as well as a presentation regarding transportation for the fall which will potentially relieve the 2-mile eligibility rule for K-5 students.

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