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Winners at Future Business Leaders of America district competition

February 15, 2019 // 0 Comments

Students from the New Albany High School Career and Technical Center Future Business Leaders of America club attended the Northern District competition on Thursday, February 7. The competition was held in Booneville at Northeast Mississippi Community College. The following students placed and will be competing at the [Continue Reading]

NAES names January 2019 Students of the Month

February 5, 2019 // 0 Comments

Each month, a Student of the Month is chosen for each homeroom at New Albany Elementary School. This student is one who goes above and beyond classroom expectations. January Students of the Month are as follows:   Students chosen for grades K-2 (in no particular order)are:  Zara Tanner, Harrison Scott, Gabbie [Continue Reading]

Two NAES students win at Regional Reading Fair

February 2, 2019 // 0 Comments

The Mississippi Department of Education Regional Reading Fair was held on January 26, 2019 at Lafayette High School in Oxford. Two students from New Albany Elementary School were selected as winners in the event. Elaina Clark, a kindergarten student in Stephanie Simmons’ classroom won 3rd Place in Division A [Continue Reading]

NAES names January 2019 Employee of the Month

February 1, 2019 // 0 Comments

The New Albany Elementary School Employee of the Month for January is Mrs. Karen Willard. According to co-workers, Mrs. Karen always goes above and beyond to help in any situation and does many things for our school to make it run efficiently from behind the scenes. Melanie Shannon Public Relations New Albany [Continue Reading]

NAES students learn about the world via arts, crafts, letters

January 31, 2019 // 0 Comments

Gingerbread Exchange During the month of December, Balinda Denton and Christy Littlejohn’s classes at New Albany Elementary School participated in The Gingerbread Exchange. First grade students all across the country created gingerbread crafts and exchanged classroom letters. Denton says, “Students were so excited [Continue Reading]

Fall 2018 Outstanding Students named at Career & Technical School

January 28, 2019 // 0 Comments

The following students have been selected as Outstanding Career & Technical Education students for the fall semester at the New Albany School of Career & Technical Education. Pictured in no particular order are: Peyton Bridges (Culinary Arts II), Gabby Porter (Culinary Arts II), Paris Howell (Culinary Arts [Continue Reading]

NAHS names Teachers & Administrator of the Year

January 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

The Teachers of the Year and the Administrator of the Year from the New Albany School District were formally recognized at the January 14th School Board Meeting.   Pictured front row l-r: John Ferrell, Principal of New Albany High School, Administrator of the Year; Balinda Denton, New Albany Elementary School [Continue Reading]

NAES December Students of the Month

January 10, 2019 // 0 Comments

Each month, a Student of the Month is chosen for each homeroom at New Albany Elementary School . This student is one who goes above and beyond classroom expectations. December students of the month are as follows: December 2018 Students of the Month   Students chosen for grades K-2 (in no particular order) are: [Continue Reading]

NAES First Semester Employee of the Month

January 7, 2019 // 0 Comments

New Albany Elementary School’s First Semester Employee of the Month is Glen Reeder. In addition to teaching his EXCEL classes, you can find Mr. Glen assisting with numerous campus beautification projects, helping to coordinate the school reading fair and spelling bee, and lending a hand wherever needed. Our [Continue Reading]

NAES Kicks Off School Garden Grant Project

January 6, 2019 // 0 Comments

A formal groundbreaking ceremony was held at New Albany Elementary School (NAES) on Monday, December 17 to kick off the School Garden Project at the school. Several community members and school officials attended the ceremony to show support for the project. The $120,000 School Garden project is being funded through a [Continue Reading]
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