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New Albany Schools Support Boys & Girls Club

February 15, 2019 // 0 Comments

On Friday night, December 14, the New Albany School District designated the home basketball games versus Ripley High School to be a “Benefit Basketball Night” with a portion of the gate receipts being donated to the local New Albany Boys & Girls Club. This gesture by the New Albany Schools is a [Continue Reading]

Local School Districts to celebrate School Board Member Week

February 11, 2019 // 0 Comments

The New Albany and Union County School Districts will join districts across the state to thank school board members during School Board Member Recognition Week, February 10-16, for their leadership and service to local school districts and communities. “This week is a special opportunity to express our gratitude for [Continue Reading]

New Albany schools ranked in top ten lowest dropout rate districts

January 28, 2019 // 0 Comments

This month the Mississippi Department of Education released the high school graduation rates and dropout rates for the 2017-2018 school year. These reports indicated that the state’s graduation rate hit an all-time high of 84 percent, reaching the most recent national graduation rate. New Albany School District’s [Continue Reading]

New Albany Teachers Renew National Board Certification

November 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

[New Albany], [MS]. — November, 7, 2018 — New Albany School District teachers Stephanie Gregg and Balinda Denton are among the four thousand teachers across the United States to recently renew their certification as a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT). The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards [Continue Reading]

New Albany Schools’ Innovative IMPACTO stresses career readiness

October 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

IMPACTO (Industries as a Means to Prepare for Academic, Career, & Technology Opportunities) is an innovative, pilot program developed by the New Albany School District. IMPACTO provides Career Readiness classes to students and prepares them for a summer internship. Students in the program are being exposed to a [Continue Reading]

STOPit app to help protect New Albany Schools’ students

October 5, 2018 // 0 Comments

STOPit App empowers students to stand up against bullying. New Albany School District has enrolled with STOPit, the leading technology platform for schools that deters and controls harmful or inappropriate conduct. STOPit empowers students with an easy app to safely and anonymously report anything of concern to school [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]
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