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New Albany - Plain Local Schools 9.11.20

Thanks to all for a great first week - As seen on campus

Board of Education Meeting - Sept. 17

The Board of Education will hold its Regular Monthly Meeting on Thursday, September 17 at 6 p.m. virtually. The meeting will focus on the start of school, an update on how the school year is going in relation to safety, the balance between the hybrid (in-person) and all-in (five days) and when a determination may be made if the district will shift. These decisions continue based on the health conditions and advice of local and state health officials. The meeting will be live streamed on the NAPLS YouTube Channel.

Coming Next Week - COVID-19 Resources & Reporting

As required by executive order by the state of Ohio, the district is establishing COVID-19 reporting procedures, a hotline and additional resources/information for families.


As part of our Eagle Health & Safety Compact, we commit to our shared responsibility in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of our learning community. Collectively, we are empowered to help keep students, staff, families and our community safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Parents must be attentive to the daily health of their children and are expected to complete daily health and symptoms checks before leaving for school. This includes being fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication. No one should come to school feeling ill.

NAPLS COVID-19 Hotline

614-413-7111

The resources and more details, including our district reporting dashboard will be shared next week.

Never Forget - Honoring all that we lost 19 years ago this day

September 2020 Calendar

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Back to School - Safety First

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NAHS - Go Eagles!

Community Connections

The New Albany Lecture Series Begins September 16

2020 marks the 8th season of The New Albany Lecture Series. The first program is on September 16, 2020 and is free to the community and will be presented virtually. Sign up is required here: newalbanyfoundation.org. See the full lineup below.


  • More than 14,000 students from throughout central Ohio have participated in the student lecture series to date
  • Programming is made possible by generous sponsors. Our season sponsors are: Abercrombie & Fitch, Alliance Data, Battelle, CAS and Conway Charitable Lead Annuity Trust-Beatrice Wolper Trustee, and Turner

Buckeye Blood Drive - September 16

Healthy New Albany presents the Phoenix Nest Program

Our Purpose

The New Albany-Plain Local School District is committed to creating a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and developmental outcomes for each student.