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. 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 Friday, February 26, 2021 at Huber's Plantation Hall (hors devours, dinner, entertainment, silent/live auction)
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Honor Roll
$250.00

  • 2 VIP tickets to Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 main-stage musical at FCHS or NAHS
  • Incentives listed in levels below

Legacy Class
$100.00

  • Invitation to a Football Tailgate event – NA/FC rival game on Friday, September 11th at NAHS. Hot dogs, drinks, and tickets are included.
  • 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 Subscription

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

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2020-2021 Legacy NAFC Campaign Chairs - Meet the Willman/Dablow Family


The Willman/Dablow family is honored to be the first chairs of the LEGACY NAFC Campaign. There has been a Willman buzzing around the halls of NAFCS every year since 1946! Passion and excitement for NAFCS shines and there is no shortage of Highlander and Bulldog pride in the Willman/Dablow family.

Janey Willman (NAHS '67) is a retired Speech Therapist and Special Education Facilitator. Janey received her degree in Speech and Hearing Therapy from Purdue University and Master’s from Indiana University. Janey continues to show her excitement for NAFCS by attending her grandchildren’s school activities and showing her support for the referendum and the School Safety Plan.

Marietta Willman began her involvement with NAFCS in 1976. She dedicated her time to teaching art courses and being an aide to teachers. She and her late husband, John Willman, ensured students and fellow faculty were taken care of, whether it was clothing for students in need or a bowl of soup when a staff member was sick. Marietta treasures the conversations she had with students and is grateful for the family-like faculty that helped during her cancer journey.

Rob Willman (FC '88) is the Principal at Floyd Central High School. Prior to taking the role, he was a teacher at St. X High School, and FCHS where he was also the Wrestling Coach. His wife, Megan, has also served NAFCS as support staff and PTO President at Floyds Knobs Elementary. Rob says leading Floyd Central has been a great honor and is thankful for the partnerships he has with NAHS.

Alys Willman (FC '92) is a graduate of DePauw University and has her PhD in Economics/Urban Policiy. After college, she spent time traveling the world and fighting social injustices. She and her family now reside in Georgia on their farm. Alys Marie is grateful for the educators who ensured she aspired to higher educational goals.

John Dablow (NAHS '94) is the Athletic Director at Silver Creek High School. He is a graduate of Hanover College and Purdue University. John enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He strongly believes the education at NAFCS helped him prepare for his professional career in education.

Joe Dablow (NAHS '96) and his wife, Jennifer McCullough Dablow, are high school sweethearts. Joe is known for starting the famous, "D-O-G-S Dogs, Dogs, Dogs!" cheer in 1996. Jennifer served as Vice President of the Grant Line PTO and held various fundraising roles. Joe is currently the Executive Director for Student Success at U of L. They continue to be active in volunteering for their three children's schools.

Jessy Spainhour (NAHS '99) started working at NAHS in 2005 in Special Education, and is now a Guidance Counselor. She was the starting center that won the Bulldogs the 1999 Girls State Basketball Championship. She is a graduate of Purdue University and Indiana University Southeast. Jessy and her family live outside of of the district but chose to send their children to NAFCS to continue the family legacy.

Lucas Willman (FC '17) is a student at Loyola University Chicago, studying Political Science and Nonprofit Business. His greatest accomplishment so far was the work he did with the 2016 Floyd Central Dance Marathon, which supports the Riley Hospital for Children.

Trace Willman (FC '20) is the latest Willman to graduate from NAFCS. In the fall he will be attending Indiana University and believes his education through NAFCS has prepared him for his new chapter. Trace has fond memories as a football player, including winning sectionals.

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