New Albany High School

Bi-Weekly Update - November 28, 2022

Sense of Belonging Student Survey - Parent Preview & Opt-Out Info

One of the district’s goals is to build an inclusive campus culture where all students feel safe, supported, and connected. To help the district focus our efforts on identified needs, students will be taking a short anonymous Belonging Survey during the survey window from December 5-16, 2022. Parents can preview the survey for grades 1-3 and grades 4-12.

District and building results will be shared with parents at a future Board of Education meeting and through the building newsletters. Parents may opt their student out of the survey by completing this opt-out form.

Two-Hour Delay - Monday, December 5

New Albany High School will operate on a 2-hour delay schedule on Monday, December 5th, for the Ohio State Test for Government. The Government test is for Juniors and Seniors currently enrolled in an AP Government or Government, Politics, and Economics course.

Students taking the Government State Test

Students who are testing are expected to be at their assigned testing location with their iPad charged, no other electronics, and a pencil at approximately 7:45 am. Students who are testing will receive a detailed email that will include the specific location(s) two days prior to their test date. Please help communicate the importance of adequate sleep and nutrition, so students perform to the best of their ability.

Students NOT taking the Government State Test

Students who are not testing on Monday, December 5th, do not need to report to school until 9:45 AM. Our buses will run on their regular schedule as they would on a typical school day. If a student needs to take the bus to school in the morning, they will report to the High School cafeteria for a supervised study center until classes begin at 9:45 AM.

Student Drop-off and Pick-up Reminders

This is a reminder that all parents dropping-off or picking-up are asked to use the designated areas that have staffing to support. This would include Fodor Rd loop, the McCoy loop, the MS/HS loop, Chatham Green loop, and Primary front entrance loop. You are asked to stay along the curb so that students can safely exit onto the sidewalk. Parents seeking to come into the building may use any designated visitor parking but are asked not to use any numbered parking spaces as they are reserved spaces for teacher/staff parking only.

Students crossing Fodor Rd or Dublin-Granville Rd as part of their travel to and from school are asked to use only dedicated crosswalk areas and are asked to activate the lighted signals in order to cross safely. The New Albany Police Department has advised that no students should be released from their parents vehicles directly onto Dublin-Granville Rd.

Thank you for your patience as we strive to safely transport over 5100 students to and from our campus each day. Together, we are stronger and can protect the safety and welfare of everyone.

Jon Hood

Director of Student Services, Safety, & Security

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Remember and Reminisce With a Yearbook

Years from now, your child will be able to look back and share their memories from this school year with a copy of the New Albany High School yearbook. The yearbook will cover the stories and highlights that make this year special, so be sure to order one today!

You don’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind book!

Wondering how to pick up your copy of last year's book? The yearbook adviser, Ms. Guthmann,, can help!

Eastland - Fairfield Open House - December 6

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Hello! The PTO is getting ready for the Holidays! Watch this space and NAHS PTO Social Media for a link to buy tickets for the 2022 Holiday Raffle. Just $25 gives you a chance to win an iPhone 14 Pro or one of four $100 gift cards. Only 200 tickets will be sold so keep your eyes open and buy early!

Funds raised from membership dues and events like the iPhone raffle help us provide amazing opportunities to students and teachers. One of those is a full scholarship for an EF Tour next summer for a student who wouldn't otherwise be able to attend. Click here for the on-line application and here for the link to trip information. Applications are due December 1, 2022 and notification will be made no later than January 6, 2023. Questions? Email

Next VIRTUAL Coffee & Conversation with Principal Kraemer: Wed. Dec. 14, 9-10 a.m.

Next VIRTUAL Board Meeting: Wed., Jan. 11, 6-7 p.m.

For a Google Meets link to either event, email

As always, click here to join or donate to the PTO.

Go Eagles!

Student School Fees Due

High School student fees for the 2022-2023 school year have been loaded to student Power School accounts. School fees will include a student agenda/handbook, Turnitin, and Technology fees. Your student may also have consumables fees and PSAT and AP test fees. All fees are due now and payment can be made online at PaySchoolsCentral or mail a check made payable to the New Albany High School to:

New Albany High School

Attn: Business Office

7600 Fodor Road

New Albany, Ohio, 43054

If paying online at PaySchoolsCentral, please be sure you are clicking on "Fees" and not school "Lunches". The PaySchoolsCentral app defaults to lunches so you will need to choose fees so that when you pay, you aren't adding money to the lunch account.

School and College Counseling Team

School Counseling Team

Jill Cuthbert: Last names A-C (
Stefanie Drugan: Last names D-Hi (
Colleen Reinoehl: Last names: Ho-Mc (
John Longo: Last names: Me-R (
Julie Horning: Last names: S-Z (

Upcoming Events

December 5 - OST Government - Two-Hour Delay

December 14 - 16 - Midterm Exams

December 19 - January 2 - Winter Recess

January 3 - Staff Professional Development Day (no students attend)

Nest Calendar

Nest is our proactive program that is designed to support student achievement, student growth and student well being.

Our Purpose

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