The first day of school is quickly approaching. Read more for new information and timelines regarding school bus transportation for the upcoming school year.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gonda and Mrs. Marcy Raymond will serve as interim co-principals with Mrs. Gonda taking on many of the day-to-day responsibilities of the building leader.
The district continues to offer support to student athletes and families. Both the scholarship fund and the installment options are available for fall sports & extracurricular activities.
Volunteering at New Albany - Plain Local Schools is an incredible way to give back, support our students and support the community. There are many opportunities for community to get involved at the district and the time commitment is really up to each individual.
Recap includes the impact of an updated five-year forecast, the district's ability to identify critical needs for this fall and the ability to remain off the ballot til next fall to focus on community engagement.
Nominated by Principal Dwight Carter, Mr. Greg Morris, NAHS Physics Teacher has been named the High School Teacher of the Year through the Educators' Voice Award!
On Saturday, July 18, the New Albany High School Key Club will be teaming up with various other high schools in the Columbus area to hold a carwash benefiting UNICEF's ELIMINATE project at the Church of the Resurrection.
The "Eagles Nest", the new before and after school childcare program is seeking individuals looking to support this work. These are paid positions through the ESC of central Ohio.Click the photo for more detail.
The final state budget has been signed and the district will only receive a slight increase in state support. It also will usher in a new testing system to be developed by the Ohio Department of Education through their work with the American Institutes of Research (AIR).
Referees are needed to support New Albany Youth Flag Football games beginning August 29. It is great way to get involved, support our youth and mentor kids. Click the link to learn more.
Eagles Soar - The All-Sports award, in its sixth year, goes to the school in each of the OCC's four divisions that performs the best in the conference's 16 common sports over the course of a school year.
Preliminary test results from the Ohio Dept. of Ed. indicate that 94% of third grade students passed the state administered test in the spring, the remaining 6% passed an alternative assessment.
NAHS & NAMS will shift the grade scale for students this fall. Building leaders have been working with staff & parents this past school year to research and develop the new scale.
Get all the info for the Fourth of July in New Albany and congrats to our own NAHS Alumnus, OSU Linebacker, Darron Lee serving as the New Albany Independence Day Parade Grand Marshal!