Learn more about the basics of the levy request, school funding in Ohio, and the district's finances and cost containments. A PDF version of the presentation is also available.
To provide information on potential reductions in the school district, we have created FAQs focused on transportation cuts and pay-to-participate for extra-curriculars and athletics.
There is still time to support The New Albany Marching Eagles annual fruit sale through October 31, 2014. They have partnered with Florida Indian River Groves in order to bring you the freshest fruit available.
The New Albany-Plain Local School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting/work session on Monday, November 3, 2014, at 6:30 PM in the Administrative Offices.
Many thanks to the New Albany Community Foundation for providing an opportunity for New Albany High School students to attend the kickoff of the Jefferson Speaker Series with Fareed Zakaria on Oct. 14.
Ms. Montague’s HS art students in Honors 2D Art and Portfolio/AP Portfolio classes spent a day painting and drawing En Plein Air in Swickard Woods.
Beginning Thursday, October 23 through Wednesday, October 29, the Market & Main roundabout will be closed for no more than a week, weather permitting, to finish a majority of the detail and landscaping work.
"There's No Place Like Home". Expect to hear music from Frozen, Despicable Me 2, Ghostbusters, West Side Story, The Wizard of Oz, and so much more October 26, 2014.
A time honored tradition, lasting memories for our students and community - all part of the New Albany Experience. Check out a new tradition this year, the Skull Session Oct. 17 at 6:15 PM in the NAHS Gym.
As runners prepare to run the Columbus Marathon this Sunday, Krista Seibert, a NAPLS 4th/5th Grade Intervention Specialist, will be gearing up to run halfway around the world.
After a bomb threat was found in a restroom at NAHS, New Albany Police and Fire were contacted to search the buildings, and all students were evacuated. At no time were students in harm’s way.
Thank you to everyone for the tremendous show of support and patience today during the bomb threat at New Albany High School. Our partnerships are extremely valuable to us.
Join us for the return of Dr. Norm Shub on Oct. 15 at 6:30 at the McCoy as he discusses “Helping Your Child Effectively Deal with Anxiety.”
Friday, October 10th is designated a “Day of Pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, across the New Albany Schools campus, grades K-12. A Day of Pink is the brainchild of a New Albany 5th grade student read more about her efforts.
In an effort to continue to provide information on potential reductions in the district, we have created a FAQ specifically focused on pay-to-participate for interscholastic athletics grades 7-12.
In our continuing effort to provide information on potential reductions, check the FAQ focused on student transportation. This includes a link to street names and addresses that will become ineligible for student transportation if the operating levy is unsuccessful.
We continue to provide information related to the potential reductions in the school district, we have created a FAQ specifically focused on pay-to-participate for extra-curricular activities.
District receives land ahead of schedule from contractor to complete a new stormwater runoff area and wetland. Plantings covered result in an overall savings from the construction budget.
Presented by the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences, the Bammy Award is a cross-discipline award recognizing the contributions of educators from across the nation.