If you attended New Albany Floyd County Schools, you know that our schools and community are truly special.
As an alumnus, you can make a significant and very positive impact on the lives of current NAFC students by giving your time, talents or treasure. We need your help to ensure a bright future for the next generation of learners.
We are thrilled to launch the NAFC Alumni Nation, a new community that will allow our alumni to stay engaged and up to date with all that's happening in our local schools. Through this Nation, alumni, supporters and friends will have regular access to an alumni directory, news, volunteer opportunities, and special events.
NAFC Nation helps you stay engaged as an alumnus. Through this online community, you can stay in touch with old friends and classmates, learn about volunteer opportunities and get regular updates on all the exciting things happening in NAFC schools. There is also the ability for members to claim their profile or add their names to the online directory, created to enable members to more easily connect with one another.
You can help NAFC Schools go from great to even greater
While the school district is known for its excellence, we invite you to support the district's efforts to seek continuous improvement. We want you to get more involved in these efforts and help ensure a lasting legacy for NAFC and the students it serves.
As an alumnus, you can also positively influence current NAFC students by making financial contributions or volunteering. With your help, we can create an even brighter future for the next generation of learners in our community. We'll share more about how you can do just that in the weeks and months to come!
You are invited to take an online interest survey to provide feedback on the types of information that is valued within the NAFC Nation community. We are excited to get started and look forward to growing our relationship with all who are invested in the continued success of our schools, students and community.
Why Should You Stay Involved with Your Alma Mater?
If you're like most people, you may not have the tightest connection with your high school alma mater. It's typical for graduates to go out into the world, heading off to college, trade school, the workforce or the armed forces. It’s the beginning of adult life.
As time goes on, we tend to lose a strong sense of connection with the schools we attended in our formative years. But more than any yearbook, class ring or Facebook group, staying engaged and involved with your alma mater is a great way to keep that connection—and even help out current students in meaningful ways.
Even if you are someone who put considerable distance between your high school and your current life, you can still stay involved. And, a good place to start is by joining.