Legacy NAFC Membership

YOUR LEGACY MEMBERSHIP SUPPORTS:

  • Yearly Alumni Scholarships at FCHS and NAHS
  • Up to date NAFCS news and events information
  • Reunion Support
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Car decal to show your school pride!

YOUR ANNUAL GIFT HELPS FUND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES BENEFITING STUDENTS OF NAFC THROUGH:

  • Great Classroom Projects- grants to NAFC educators for classroom resources
  • Blessings in a Backpack - feeds children in need with ready to eat meals over the weekend
  • Imagination Library - provides a monthly free book to children under the age of 5 in Floyd County
  • Junior Achievement - sends all 5th and 7th graders to the JA Kentuckiana Campus
  • Scholarships - provides graduating seniors with post secondary education funding
  • Field Trips - sends K-4th grade students to local cultural and historical experiences
  • First Year Teacher Funding - supports new teachers joining NAFCS with funding for classroom supplies


Choose Your Membership Level Today!


CLICK THE MEMBER LEVEL TO DONATE:

Valedictorian
$1,000.00
+

  • Two reserved tickets to all home football games and home boys/girls basketball games at FCHS or NAHS.
  • 1 Reserved parking pass for home football games (FCHS only)
  • All incentives listed in levels below

Principal's List
$500.00

  • 2 tickets to the NAFC Education Foundation: Education
    Celebration! Gala on February 18, 2022 at Huber's
    Plantation Hall
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Honor Roll
$250.00

  • 2 VIP tickets to a Fall or Spring 2021/22 main-stage
    musical at FCHS or NAHS
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Legacy Class
$100.00

  • NAFC Alumni Nation drink tumbler
  • Ayesha Curry 2.5qt covered round casserole or
    “The Family at Prayer” print by Haddon
    Sundblom from Charlie Wilson's
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Partner
$50.00

  • NAFC Alumni Nation Car Decal
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Advocate
$25.00

  • Membership to National Alumni Institute Vendor Discount Program 
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Friend
$10.00

  • Monthly E-newsletter
  • 2 tickets to the NAHS vs FCHS Football
    Alumni Tailgate on Friday, October 15th at
    NAHS

For your convenience, we have established two ways for you to join!

Click Here to Print and Mail in a 2021-2022 Donation

2021-2022 Legacy NAFC Campaign Chairs - Meet the Wilson/McMonigle Family


The Wilson/McMonigle family tree has strong roots in NAFCS, with branches that will continue to grow broader. Three generations have found their footing in the education they received at NAFCS—and some are currently enrolled today. Each family member has their own special recollection of their time here, and how it’s impacted their trajectory in life. Meet the Wilson/McMonigle family!

Charles "David" Wilson (FCHS’71) was a freshman at Floyd Central for its inaugural opening during the 1966/1967 school year. He remembers the then-new school as a co-mingling of people and personalities that was ‘groundbreaking’ for everyone. He fondly recalls athletics at Floyd Central, marked by spirited pep rallies—including during the run of the "Superhicks" to the final four—and his time as a Turkey Bowl cheerleader. Life after FCHS has been a storied one for David. His accomplishments include becoming the president of Charlie Wilson's Appliance, TV & Mattresses, and driving 19 laps at Daytona International Speedway! David stays connected to NAFCS through the family business, his church, and of course, by attending various basketball games and athletic events still today.

Amanda McMonigle (FCHS’94) is the mother of three boys making their way through NAFCS, Amanda McMonigle is, herself, a proud graduate of FCHS. A community volunteer, Amanda is active in the PTO, the NAFC Education Foundation, Blessings in a Backpack Floyd County, and the racial reconciliation group, Be the Bridge to Racial Unity. As a student at FCHS, Amanda was an avid tennis player and the manager of the boys’ tennis team—a passion she carried with her to Marian University in Indianapolis, where she played collegiate tennis. A graduate of Ball State University with a Master of Arts in Communications, Amanda credits FCHS with teaching her perseverance, both in the classroom and on the tennis court.

Dr. Justin McMonigle (FCHS’94) grew up in Floyd County and attended NAFCS since kindergarten. He met his wife of 21 years, Amanda, at FCHS and today, the couple has three children of their own enrolled in various grades. He reflects fondly on his time not only in the classroom but on the tennis court, where he finished runner-up in the state in doubles his senior year. After graduating, Justin earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Indiana University at Bloomington. Today, he’s a pediatrician and the owner of All IN Pediatrics in New Albany. Justin credits his love of science and biology to the classes he took at FCHS and the teachers who pushed him to pursue his passion as a career.

Drew McMonigle (FCHS ’24) attended Greenville Elementary and HHMS, and is now a current sophomore at FCHS. Drew’s freshman year wasn’t a normal one—he and his classmates spent their first year learning remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a sophomore, he’s looking forward to getting back to FCHS, to get the full experience of lockers, classrooms and the many facilities that make the high school experience so authentic and unique. Most of all, Drew is excited to get back on the soccer field. With two years left at FCHS, Drew is already thinking ahead to life as an alumnus. His plan is to attend Indiana University at Bloomington, and pursue a degree in accounting and finance. He also enjoys spending time with his two younger brothers, Kellen and Beckham. Kellen is a thirdgrader at Grant Line Elementary and Beckham will be entering NAFCS next year

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