New Albany-Plain Local using summer break to plan for ‘normal’ school year

Structures


Michael L. Sawyers

As the summer continues, preparations are underway across the New Albany-Plain Local School District campus to welcome all of our students and staff back to school by mid-August.

When I mention “all” students, that means in addition to our in-person students from last school year, we will also welcome back 1,274 students that learned from home for all of last school year. Our estimated enrollment to begin the 2021-22 school year in August is 5,065 in grades PK-12.

Michael L. Sawyers is superintendent of the New Albany-Plain Local School District.

Our district purpose is to create a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and developmental outcomes for each student. We know that the pandemic roller coaster ride for school attendance and more created challenges for everyone. 

However, it also provided opportunities for our school district to create structures and solutions to truly meet the needs of our students in many different ways, both academically and socially-emotionally.



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