The New Albany-Plain Local Schools Board of Education will hold a regular board meeting on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the NAPLS Annex Building, 79 N. High St. New Albany.
Thursday, October 20 is the Day of Pink for New Albany K-1, 2-5 and Middle School. Students & staff are encouraged to wear pink to create awareness of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and some buildings will also be fundraising.
Information on Pay to Participate and and scholarship opportunities is now posted. Scholarship deadline is November 14, 2016 and payment or first installment is due November 21, 2016.
An annual tradition bringing NAHS Cheer, Band and Football Team back to elementary school for the grades 2-5 Spirit Walk! Check out the fun led by Eddie the Eagle!
The New Albany - Plain Local Board of Education will hold an Insurance Committee meeting on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 in the District Administrative Office, 55 N. High St. New Albany, OH 43054.
One of the toughest jobs in any school district is that of our transportation drivers. We value their support every day for the care and safe transport of our students to and from home. Read more about the Department of Transportation.
Ms. Montague’s NAHS art students in KAP Drawing and AP Drawing Portfolio classes spent Oct.14 painting and drawing En Plein Air in Swickard Woods. View these beautiful results.
Thanks to This Week News and The Columbus Dispatch for the coverage of Senior Keith Moody and his Tech Startup SiO Technologies and business partners Gunnar Wielinski & Nishant Chittari - all NAHS Students.
NAPLS Athletics will host an informational meeting on Monday, October 24 for anyone interested in participating in a sport for the winter season.
The Easton-OSU Engineering, Environmental and Energy Land Lab takes center stage in the October Journal produced by the OSBA. Read about the resources being used now and in the future.
Join the Eagle Backers this Friday, October 14 at the Eagle Stadium plaza as the New Albany takes on Big Walnut! They will be serving free hot chocolate and signing on members!
Treasurer Becky Jenkins presented the Five-Year Financial Forecast and Superintendent Michael Sawyers reviewed the Continuous Improvement Plan (goals for the district) for 2016-17 school year.
Offering a variety of courses from Shakespeare and Star Wars to fencing, languages, games, dancing and more. Eagle Enrichment has great things to offer K-12. Check out the course selection.