New Albany - Plain Local Schools 11.15.23
NAHS Theatre presents Mean Girls - High School Version
Board of Education meeting - Nov. 20, 2023
The Board of Education will hold a Regular Meeting on Monday, November 20, 2023 at 6 p.m. in the NAPLS Annex. The Board will recognize NAHS National Merit Scholars and the meeting will feature a presentation on new course proposals at the secondary level. All meetings are live streamed on the District YouTube Channel.
Congratulations to our NAHS Student Artists
This is the 5th Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition at Otterbein University. They received 420 entries for the exhibition and only 65 artworks were selected for this year’s exhibition. Congratulations to our NAHS student artists.
New Albany Art students from Drawing 1 Kenyon College Art class and AP Drawing class had a total of five students with five works of art accepted into the exhibition.
We congratulate: Betty Agbitor, Stacey Lefton, Nick Salvato, Evelyn Mejia and Anna Ryzenman Read more and view the art...
Pre-Planned Absence Request Form
NAHS Art Students Visit Glass Axis Studios!
NAHS Ceramics and Sculpture 2, Honors Art Portfolio, AP 3D Design students field trip and workshop at Glass Axis Studios November 7- 8, 2023 They learned from the skilled artisans at Glass Axis about "Hot Glass" where they work with glass in its hottest form: as a thick, gooey liquid. Our glass furnaces, each containing a crucible full of molten glass, are located in this intense studio. We divide our hot shop classes into "blowing" and "sculpting." In the blowing classes, you will blow air into a pipe to inflate your artwork. The sculpting classes involve making things that are solid glass. You will touch, poke, twist, and cut the glass in these classes using tools. Check out some of their photos from their visit...
Attendance Matters, Learn Why
Chronic Absenteeism from school is a problem nationwide and locally across the state of Ohio. Chronic absenteeism was a growing issue before COVID-19, but the pandemic exacerbated this challenge. Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing 10% or more of the school year for any reason.
The State of Ohio saw a jump in chronic absenteeism from 16.7 to 30.2 percent during the pandemic. New Albany Plain Local Schools also saw an increase in chronic absenteeism during this time. Read more...