NAVIGATOR, a parent group championing gifted and talented services in NAPLS, invites you to attend our second general meeting on Tuesday, May 3rd from 7-8 p.m. in the picnic area behind the 2-5 elementary building.
Macbeth Presented by New Albany High School Drama Premieres April 21 "Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble." Macbeth, a bloody story of murder most foul, is coming to New Albany High School.
Over the last three years, The New Albany Relay for Life Club and New Albany Football Team have combined to raise more than $30,000 towards the fight against cancer. Join us June 3 & 4
The Board of Education continues to discuss this multi-year agreement as it is up for renewal with Columbus City Schools. Please join us to learn more about the history of the Win-Win Agreement in central Ohio and how it impacts our district.
Highlights of the board meeting include a special performance from Macbeth, recognition of student achievement in math and science competitions and a review of the 100-Day Plan from new Supt. Michael Sawyers.
The NAHS Robotics team is hosting a robot meet and greet on Friday April 29th at the HS/MS Cafeteria 5 - 6 p.m. Stop by and learn more about the program.
As an extension of the theme of NAHScommUNITY, one of our educational focuses of Peace Week is the fight against human trafficking. UNCHAINED will be presented Tuesday, May 16 at the McCoy.
Lochlan “Lucky” Howard, a fifth-grade student in Mrs. DeLong’s class traveled to Glasgow, Scotland over Spring Break with one goal in mind - to be the best in the world.
Please join us in congratulating NAPLS parent and chair for New Albany for Kids, Mark Wilson, presented the “Friend of Education” Award by the Ohio School Public Relations Association on April 14.
At a special meeting on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, the New Albany-Plain Local Board of Education unanimously approved a two-year contract to name its current Chief of Operations & Strategic Development, Michael Sawyers, the next superintendent.
It’s that time of year when the refund money is burning a hole in the pocket! Why not treat your New Albany student to a year full of memories. The 2016 yearbook is still on sale.
NA Middle School students, staff & parents traveled to Nicaragua over Spring Break for a service learning tour. Learn more about the trip and the impact it made on the participants while viewing the amazing photos.
Superintendent Domine presented information on the staffing plan for the 2016-17 school year and the board also had a robust discussion on additional elements of the five-year forecast including; pay-to-participate and transportation.
A group of eleven New Albany students, former students, teachers and adults experienced first-hand how important renewable energy is for our environment and our economy.
You’ve made or painted your bowl… Now what? Join us for dinner at Empty Bowls and make a difference in our community! Bring the entire family, find your bowl or pick one up and dine for a cause.
The Board of Education held a special meeting, Thursday April 7, 2016 to interview Dean Gorrell, candidate for NAPLS Superintendent.
A second candidate for consideration for the next superintendent of NAPLS has been identified by the search firm. Dean Gorrell will be on campus April 7 & 8 for opportunities for public engagement.
Students find great success in science fair! Thirteen of our students have advanced from the District Science Fair to the State Science Fair by receiving a Superior rating on their science experiments.