May 16th Daily Announcement




During Lunch M-F, C104 w/classmates, peer tutors


After School M-TH., 2:30-3:30, A202 w/peer tutors


+ individual teachers offer before/after school options


Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline-help you with your math and science questions, FREE service with tutors available Sundays – Thursdays, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm (ET). Call a tutor at 877-Ask-Rose (877-275-7673) or chat with a tutor at or e-mail by visiting at any time and they will respond during operating hours.



Ø  Congratulations to the New Albany Girls track and field team for placing runner up at last nights sectional competition.

The ladies were in a tightly contested battle all evening and once the dust settled produced several top placers who will continue on to the regional championship next week.  Some of the outstanding performances included Sectional runner up in the 100 meter dash Mariah Grant, runner up in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles Jasmine Frederick, runner up in shot and discus Kendal Cooper-Pitts, runner up in the 800 run Olivia Hawkins.

The Bulldogs produced several sectional champions including:  Riley Winslow in the 400 meter dash, Mariah Grant in the 200 meter dash and the long jump which she set a new sectional record, Kelsy Taylor in the shot and discus, the 4×1 relay team of Abigail Baxter, Bianca England, Grant and Winslow, and the 4×4 relay Winslow, Hawkins, Frederick, and Kelsi Sogge which they too set a new sectional record.

Great jobs to those ladies who competed and go support the boys team Thursday.


Ø  From Commander Maynard:  The NJROTC Awards Ceremony is this Friday 18 MAY in the Main Gym.  Cadets are to report to the gym in uniform no later than 5:40pm.







Ø  Attention seniors… if you have received a college or organization scholarship, enlisted in the military, or an Eagle Scout or Gold Award recipient, please notify Ms. McGuirk. We want to recognize you at Class Night on May 23 and put the information on WNAS.



Ø  Eligible seniors may pick up graduation tickets and seat assignments in the main office during lunch on Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18.  Tickets will only be distributed during lunch.  The next opportunity to pick up tickets will be Friday, May 25, at the 1st graduation practice.

Ø  Attention seniors – Ms. McGuirk needs a copy of your college scholarship letters. We want to recognize you at Class Night.

Ø  Also, stop by the senior loft this week to sign the seniors’ banners. There are banners for students who have been admitted to a 2 or 4 year college or who have enlisted in the military.

Ø  Attention Seniors!!

This link provides information for any senior who wishes to keep the documents in their Google Drive from their account.  Google Drive Takeout Information

Ø  Seniors – a representative from the Amazon Fulfillment Center will be in the Senior Loft today.  They are currently hiring graduating seniors age 18 and over.  See the attachment for additional information.

Ø  2018 yearbooks are here! If you ordered a yearbook your seventh period teacher will dismiss you to pick it up in front of the library today.

Not sure if you ordered a yearbook? See attached list.

PM Prosser students: see Mrs. Faulkner tomorrow in B305 to pick up your book.

Still need to buy a book? See Mrs. Faulkner in B305 starting tomorrow.

Ø  Are you still not registered for the Dance Marathon for Riley Children’s Hospital? No need to worry, because there will be open registration in person every day during lunch until the big event on May 25. Online registration is still an option as well, which can be done using the QR codes posted around the school.

Ø  Bulldog Scholars, per Dr. Ginkins’ e-mail to you, your end-of-year picnic will be Tuesday, 5/22/18, 2:30-5:30 in the auxiliary gym.  See her e-mail for details.


Ø  Senior Bulldog Scholars, please remember to RSVP to or Mrs. McGarvey with if you will be attending, and with how many guests, the Senior Scholars Dinner on 5/24/18.


Ø  The Summer School bus schedule has been posted on the window by Mrs. Daugherty’s desk in the counseling office.  It is also attached to the announcements.


Ø  Class of 2018 posters are in. Check out the poster in your senior English classroom. See Mrs. Faulkner in B305 to buy a poster – $5 if you’ve ordered a yearbook, $10 if you have not. Limited quantity ordered!!

Ø  The BFC will be closed TODAY, and will reopen tomorrow.


Ø  Eat ice cream at Zesto’s on Charlestown Rd. & support the Jacob Trulock Scholarship Fund TODAY.  Take attached flyer for 20% of sales going toward the scholarship.



Ø  Students, 8 local high schools have decided to take part in a project in response to the incident at Parkland in Florida. The catalyst for this project came from two students in the area, who stated  “We decided a couple months back when the Parkland school incident took place that we in Southern Indiana should do something about it. We are the next generation and we don’t want this to be something our kids fear like we do. We decided to make this heart sculpture and connect with schools around us to show that we don’t stand for school violence, we want school to be a safe place.” The sculpture and materials has been delivered.  It is placed in the door 1 atrium.  Please stop by on your way to lunch to take part in the project.  It will be here today before moving on to another local high school, then will be displayed in the community.



Ø  Attention all students: Computer Lab B212 will be open after school each day, through the end of the school year, for all students needing to complete credit recovery courses. The lab will be open each day from 2:30-3:15.

Ø  Check out the following link for additional information on our IB Programme.  Talk to your counselor to be directed to additional information.

NAHS IB Video:

Ø  Students, when you receive your SAT results, make sure you take advantage of linking your results to Khan Academy for individualized practice.  Here is a short video with the 3 steps you must take to link them: linking their College Board and Khan Academy online accounts and unlocking their free, personalized SAT study plan.

Research shows that studying on Official SAT Practice for 20 hours is associated with an average score gain of 115 points from the PSAT/NMSQT to the SAT—nearly double the average score gain compared to students who don’t use Khan Academy.  See your counselor if you have any questions.

Ø  Did you know:  NAHS has a clothing closet stocked with clothes, shoes, socks, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc? Also, if your family is in need of food we can provide a box of non-perishable items to your family. If you or someone you know needs food, clothes, or personal hygiene products please see Mrs. Nolan or your counselor.

Ø  Attention all Juniors: there are NEW shot requirements for next school year!  You will need to have 2 doses of the hepatitis A vaccine as well as 2 doses of the meningitis vaccine (MCV4).  Please make sure you have all of those required vaccines for the start of next school year!!  If you have any questions or concerns please stop by the health office for more information.

Ø  Students, you can nominate one teacher per month for Teacher of the Month via the following link.  You have to be signed into your school e-mail account to access the link.  There will also be hard copies of the form in the main office.


Ø  Please join the PTO!!  There are so many benefits for all.

Ø  Help support our NAHS PTO by enrolling in Kroger Rewards! Every time you shop, we earn money! Enrollment will work the same way as the past.  You can sign up on or call 1-800-

KROGERS, option 3. Be sure to choose NEW ALBANY PTO!



Ø  Any student who has taken part in Community Service of any type this school year, please submit a description of the service, along with your full name, to Mrs. Lacy in the main office.  We will begin posting students’ pictures and their community service involvement on the board across from the health office.  You can also e-mail the description and your name to Dr. Ginkins at .

      We look forward to filling the board!



Ø  Floyd County 4-H Fair Queen & Princess Pageant will be held on Wednesday, June 6th at 7:00 PM.  Go to the following web pages for more information and an application.​ and  Or call Pageant coordinator Betsy Wilson 502-644-2246.  Deadline is May 21st.


Ø  Stop Addiction Walk, NA Riverfront Amphitheatre, May 19, 2pm – more information at

Ø  Addiction Forum, Falls of the Ohio, May 19, 9-11am – more information at





Ø  Floyd County 4-H Fair, June 6-9th.   See flyer for details and coupon.


Ø  Ball State has a summer program for Juniors and Seniors where you can learn more about Digital Marketing. Here is the site:


Ø  Habit for Humanity Clark and Floyd County Indiana has a new Program Coordinator, Amy Mattson.

They are looking for volunteers to build two homes starting in June on Tuesdays thru Saturdays.  Lunch will be provided.  If interested contact her at or by phone 812-948-1235.

Ø  Scholarship and standard applications have just opened up for Camp Cardiac Louisville & Camp Neuro Louisville 2018!  Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, are 1-week summer day camps for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine.  Students may learn more and apply by visiting and

Ø  Summer Drivers Ed Registration:  If you are turning 15 over the summer and would like to take Drivers Ed pick up a registration packet in the bookstore.



Ø  There will be a meeting for students interested in being a student trainer for next year on Friday, May 18th, immediately after school in the athletic training room. If you are unable to attend, please stop by the training room prior to the end of the school year.

Ø  KORT Physical Therapy is offering a 2 day Sports Medicine Camp (July 9 – 10) for any high school students interested in a career in sports medicine, athletic training, physical therapy, or other health care related field. See attachment for registration.


Ø  There will be a Girls Cross Country call out meeting for any young lady who wants to join the 2018 Cross Country team.  Cross Country is just about “running”! When you come out you will develop physical and mental toughness, share and create great experiences and discover something about yourself that you didn’t realize was there.  It’s also great for ROTC member or winter sport conditioning.  Even if you’re not sure if you want to run, just come to the meeting.

CC meeting will be Thursday after school in the cafeteria.  I want to see you there!


Ø  The 2018 Indiana Junior – Senior All – Star Game will be held here Wednesday, June 6, 2018.

Girls Game: 6:00 p.m.  Boys Game to follow – Gates open at 5:00 pm

Adults and Students please see Mr. Breeding for tickets (ticket price 6.00 dollars)​




Athletic Events:

v  Girls Tennis                                         Open Date Sectional                                       4:15 PM            Home

v  Boys JV Baseball                                versus              Providence                              4:30 PM            Home

v  Boys Varsity Baseball                         versus              Charlestown                            7:00 PM            Home


Fans, remember to know and demonstrate the fundamentals of sportsmanship at all events. Stimulate desired crowd response using only positive cheers, signs and praise without antagonizing or demeaning opponents (

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