Primary School News

  • School Toolbox Now on Sale

    Order yours today! School supplies shipped directly to your home or business with customizable boxes – change quantities or remove items you don’t need!

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  • Eagle's Nest Child Care Program Registration Opens This Week

    Eagle's Nest registration will begin at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 16. Fewer students will be enrolled in the program due to childcare enrollment restrictions set by Ohio due to COVID-19. Read more about how the program will adjust and adapt for the coming school year.

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  • It's the Eagle Wellness Ninja Challenge

    The challenge will promote wellness and good health for 2020, as well as raise funds to help support group play activities and enhancements for the new playground equipment being installed at both Primary and Intermediate Schools this summer.

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  • Camp Invention Returns June 1-5, 2020

    Imaginations will soar this summer in the all-new Camp Invention® program, Elevate! Camp Invention is open to students grades K-6 and early registration discounts are available.

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  • New Albany Primary Update

    All the news from NAPS including important events in the latest edition of the Primary Family Update. Newsletters are sent directly to parent email addresses listed in PowerSchool. Not receiving emails? Please contact the District Communications at news@napls.us.

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  • What makes New Albany great?

    It is the question asked by Superintendent Michael Sawyers of our students and community at the State of the Schools. Check out what our students and some community members have to say!

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  • Join NAHS Theatre for Tea with Belle Nov. 16

    An exciting morning featuring five fun-filled experiences for kids awaits at Tea with Belle, presented by NAHS Theatre Saturday, November 16 at the McCoy. Two sessions will be offered at 10 a.m. and noon.

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  • AWS Girls' Tech Day - Oct. 19

    Our local community partner Amazon Web Services will sponsor a Girls' Tech Day for Central Ohio in October. Girls' Tech Day, is a learning workshop emphasizing science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) for girls. Register by October 7.

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  • NAPLS joins Columbus Metropolitan Library to encourage students to sign up for Summer Reading Challenge

    NAPLS is encouraging families to help their children keep critical skills they learned during the school year by participating in the CML Summer Reading Challenge.

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  • Student Art Show Volunteers Needed!

    The annual Founders Day Primary Student Art Show is fast approaching! The art teachers need volunteers beginning Monday, May 13 through Tuesday, May 21. There are opportunities during the school day, after school and on the weekend. Read more to sign up.

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  • The R Factor Continues - Session #6 Build Skill, April 30

    The R Factor continues with our parent, family and community series. Session #6 is Build Skill and will be presented by Scott Daly from Focus 3 on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at New Albany Intermediate School at 7 p.m.

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  • Jump Rope for Heart NAPS

    New Albany Primary helped celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the American Heart Association by participating in the Kids Heart Challenge this year. A whopping 70% of the students at The Primary School participated in fundraising for this event.

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  • Carnival of the Animals - The Tradition Continues

    Congratulations to our first grade classes, staff and the New Albany Ballet Company on their performances March 13 & 14 of The Carnival of the Animals. Special thanks to the McCoy Board and the Primary PTO for supporting this program.

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  • Primary Gives Back!

    They sorted, counted, and added up everything they collected and were proud to donate over 125 items to the New Albany Food Pantry! What a great way to give back and perform service for others.

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  • New Albany Rotary Dictionary Distribution

    Thank you to the members of the New Albany Rotary Club for providing 377 distionaries to our third grade students. An annual tradition. These dictionaries are much more than your basic dictionary.

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  • School Spirit Walk!

    On October 18 we continued the tradition with the School Spirit Walk as the New Albany High School Marching Band, cheerleaders & football team paraded around the school!

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  • The R-Factor Educational Series Begins Sept. 25

    For the 2018-19 school year, the district will launch The R-Factor district-wide for all PK-12 students to enable them to learn and apply The R Factor daily on our school campus. Join us for this important series.

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  • Eagle Eye on Education: Ready, set, go?

    Check out Superintendent Sawyers latest column in This Week New Albany News. We are weeks away from Aug. 16, the first day of the 2018-19 school year for most students enrolled in the district. The summer hustle and bustle for families mirror the flurry of activity on the learning campus during summer recess.

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  • New Albany Food Pantry - School Supply Drive

    Thank you to the New Albany Food Pantry and their generous support of our students during Back to School. Donations may be dropped off at the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany. Again, thank you for your support!

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  • SUMMER READING A KEY TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS

    New Albany Primary School encourages families to help their children keep critical skills they learned during the school year by participating in Columbus Metropolitan Library’s (CML) Summer Reading Challenge. Sign up online or at the Market Square Branch here in New Albany.

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