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NAHS students explore film making, farm life and space

October 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

Kati Kent’s Earth & Space Science class Students in Kati Kent’s Earth & Space Science class at New Albany High School recently studied the universe, our solar system, and stars/galaxies. Students constructed a model of the solar system as part of the unit of study.   Jonathan Smith discusses a [Continue Reading]

Three students added to the NAHS ACT 30 Plus Club

October 10, 2018 // 0 Comments

Students who have a composite or subscore of 30 or more on their recent ACT are inducted into the ACT 30 Plus Club. Three students have recently been recognized as new members of the club. Callie Robbins and Jonathan Pegues are new members of the NAHS ACT 30 Plus Club     New Albany High School presented ACT [Continue Reading]

New Albany Elementary School September happenings

October 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

New Albany Elementary School students were busy honoring and learing during September. (click photos to enlarge or download) Grandparents’ Day Celebrations New Albany Elementary School hosted Grandparents Day Celebrations September 5-7. The Pre-K celebrated with grandparents on Wednesday, September 5. [Continue Reading]

New Albany Elementary’s September Employee of the Month

October 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

Sherry Richey, a teacher assistant at New Albany Elementary School, is the September Employee of the Month. Mrs. Richey is always willing to do whatever is needed; is described as a self-starter; takes initiative to solve problems; and makes the school better for everyone. Not only does she go above and beyond for the [Continue Reading]

New Albany School District further commits to school safety

October 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

The New Albany School District (NASD) is making a bold commitment to continued safety and security in its schools. This past summer, Superintendent of Schools Lance Evans worked closely with Chief Chris Robertson of the New Albany Police Department and Mayor Tim Kent and the Board of Alderman to hire veteran New [Continue Reading]

Open Letter of Thanks from Superintendent Lance Evans

September 29, 2018 // 0 Comments

Thank you, New Albany! On September 25, you said “yes” to our students and our school district. You said “yes” to public education. Parents, community members, and school staff said “yes” to a continued partnership as we “prepare all for success”. “Thanks” doesn’t seem to be an adequate word to [Continue Reading]

The voters have spoken in the New Albany school bond election

September 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

Voters who live in the New Albany School Dictrict boundaries voted in a special election today to determine whether to approve an $8.5-million bond issue. By an overwhelming percentage of votes, the bond issue was approved. Only 14.33% of the eligible registered voters turned out for the election.  A total of 877 [Continue Reading]

School bond election tomorrow

September 24, 2018 // 0 Comments

New Albany – Voters in the New Albany school district’s school bond election will decide tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 25,  whether to increase the district’s debt by up to $8.5-million. Polls will open at the Union County Courthouse at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. for the special election. Early this year [Continue Reading]

New Albany/Union County College & Career Night announced

September 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

The New Albany/Union County College & Career Night will be held Monday, September 24, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in the New Albany High School Career and Technical Center. Local business and industry representatives, college admissions counselors, and armed forces representatives will be available to help [Continue Reading]

NASTUC students hear national speaker on making good choices

September 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Craig Boykin, a nationally renowned motivational speaker, spoke to students at NASTUC (New Albany South Tippah Union County) Behavioral Management Center on Wednesday, September 12. Boykin is known for his story about overcoming learning disabilities and poor choices to earning college degrees and seeking his PhD in [Continue Reading]
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