The BOE adopted a revised policy on January 26, 2015 for volunteers at the district. The revised policy reinstates the cost for the background check.
New for 2015, the school board meeting recap. Featured this week, the 2014 Academic Achievement Report, Continuous Improvement Plan and new course offerings at New Albany HS and the change in board policy regarding volunteers and background checks.
Youth Swim Lessons will be offered at the NAHS Pool beginning February 21. Registration opens on Monday, January 26. Click to view important details and a link to online registration.
This past weekend our NAMS Science Olympiad Team placed 5th against some of the top schools in the state and even out of state at the Westlake Invitational near Cleveland.
New Albany students continue to impress with their artistic visions as NAHS student artwork is recognized by the Scholastic Art Awards Competition at CCAD.
IMPACT registration deadline is this Sunday, January 25 with classes beginning February 2, 2015. The IMPACT program at New Albany Schools is a community program for all ages that provides individuals with the opportunity to explore and broaden their interests.
A first time offering on a great deal. Saturday, Jan. 24 the NAHS Marching Band will be host a mattress sale at the Middle School Cafeteria. Prices will be 30% - 60% off retailers.
Linda Honaker, who has served NAPLS for nearly 24 years, has been selected to serve as the new Coordinator of Transportation Services, replacing Mr. Phil Bice, who announced his retirement last month.
Key Club students spent their New Year's Eve Day helping at the Faith Mission Homeless Shelter in downtown Columbus. Over 35 students participating in the event completed close to 250 service hours.