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Fun activities at NAES teach health, safety, personal responsibility

Kindergarten students with the "Stomp Out Tobacco" mural


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Crab Soccer at NAES Field day

Fall Field Day was held at New Albany Elementary School on Tuesday, October 31.  The day was planned as an opportunity for students to have fun, be active, and learn about safety.

Fun on the Bouncers

Move to Learn Fun with Mr. Glen Reeder

Field Day included AR Reading time, free time in the classroom, class parties, recess, Fire & Halloween Safety talks, Move to Learn activities, and time to enjoy inflatables and special games.


Fire Safety

Halloween Safety with SRO P.J. Doyle








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Perfect Attendance winners for October

A gift card drawing was held for New Albany Elementary students who had weekly perfect attendance for the month of October.  NAES Principal, Jamey Wright, congratulates the students.

Winning students (no particular order):  Madison McDaniel, Kylen Knox, Tatum White, Caleb Bowling, Samantha Neathery, Sage Floyd, Peyton Garner, Cassidy Knox, Kariana Chandler, and Addison Vetovitz.




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Rosie Spencer, Camille Lee, Zane Hill, and Isaac Ramirez

Students at New Albany Elementary School recently participated in Red Ribbon  Week activities.  Red Ribbon Week is designed to raise awareness of the dangers of tobacco, drugs, and alcohol so that students can avoid using those products.

Students place their footprints on the mural

Red Ribbon Week is also a time for students to commit to making healthier choices.  During their health rotation, students completed RAT (Reject All Tobacco) activities and crafts.  Students in grades 2-5 made “keys” and wrote their future career on them to help design a bulletin board with the theme “Your Future is Key So Stay Drug and Tobacco Free.”  Younger students helped create ‘footprints” for the “Stomp Out Tobacco” mural.

Kindergarten students with the “Stomp Out Tobacco” mural


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