With the harsh winter that we have experienced, many have been asking what is the status of the district's number of calamity days and what will need to be made up at the end of the school year.
On Monday, Feb. 23 the board recognized student achievement in the arts, Middle School award recognitions and more. The Board also discussed the proposed pilot for, All Day-K next year and they continued to discuss plans for community engagement.
Congratulations to our district Treasurer/CFO Becky Jenkins and our district finance staff on receipt of this award. Only 5% of public entities in the state receive this distinction.
Join us Feb. 26 at 6 & 7 PM as 120 students (grades 2-12) perform various historical vignettes and musical numbers. Admission is FREE!
The MIT Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab), part of our Innovation Generation Grant not only connects MS/HS students with Career Pathways but students K-12 are using this innovative space.
The district continues to offer support to student athletes and families. Both the scholarship fund and the installment option are available for spring sports & extracurricular activities.
Support the NAHS & MS Science Olympiad Teams as they host 101 teams from Ohio and seven other states for the fourth annual New Albany Invitational.
Catch up on the latest work of the school board. On Monday Feb. 9 the focus of the work session was district expenditures, an All Day K proposal to potentially pilot a program next school year and a levy debrief from New Albany for Kids.
If the newly proposed state budget would be approved, NAPLS would receive approximately $600,000 allocated over the next two years, barely 1% of the entire district budget at approximately $58 million.
Registration is open now for an after-school program for students grades 7-12 featuring social games, fun physical activities, group and team challenges, safe, supported discussions and more.
The Plain Township Aquatic Center is offering an “Early-Bird” membership rate for the 2015 summer season; membership forms must be received by April 30, 2015 deadline.
The Ralph Young Award is presented to the leading school in each division in the Ohio Capital Conference based on a number of points earned per sport and championships received by the school.