This photo gallery connects to our construction story that will be in tomorrow’s paper.
Green Valley Elementary School hosts a live construction site, where they are building a new facility behind the current one. The new building is just one of many projects that New Albany-Floyd County Schools have started in order to forge an overall better learning environment for students. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Slate Run’s walking trail sign can be seen next to the construction site of their new site. The children which would normally attend the school have been going to Graceland church, and will be until the end of construction. Photo by Tori Roberts.
A construction vehicle is seen in front of the new Prosser building. With the facility completed, Prosser students can finally utilize the new building for their education. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Construction vehicles line up along the outside of the construction area at Prosser. The construction project is expected to expand their current facilities. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Construction vehicles are seen in front of the bare lot that used to be Slate Run Elementary School. The construction crew has taken the original building down to build a new one. Photo by Tori Roberts.
The construction lot at what used to be the main building of Slate Run Elementary School is bulldozed completely flat. The new building promises a better environment for the kids who reside at the elementary. Photo by Tori Roberts.
FC players charge forward during the beginning of a play. Players on the line must utilize explosive speed and power in order to block against the opposition. Photo by Tori Roberts.
The FC marching band and colorguard finishes their Ascension performance. The band has beaten many other bands in the state in competition, being recognized with different awards for their performances. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Devon Stikes gets ready to block against the opponent offensive line. By the end of the first quarter of the game, FC was up 14-7. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Zach Rodgers runs the ball toward the end zone during the second quarter. The Bedford North Lawrence game helped raise money for cancer, in respect for coach Brian Glesing. Photo by Tori Roberts.
FC’s defensive line successfully blocks against BNL.
Senior Zach Rodgers plays out the final play of the third quarter. It was a close game, but FC eventually came out on top 34-28. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Jason Cundiff runs the ball for yet another touchdown for Floyd. During that third quarter of the game, FC was tied with Bedford at 28. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Matt Weimer and the rest of the offense run a play against Bedford. Players ran, tackled, and blocked during the exiting play, which resulted in plenty of gain for FC. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Junior Miles Frazier takes down another player during an offensive play. During that second quarter, possession of the ball had switched back and forth many times. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Brandon Powell blocks against a Bedford North Lawrence player in the second quarter of the game. At this point, Floyd Central was tied with BNL 14 all. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Alyssa Crowl leads the Floyd Central Dazzlers in a stunning halftime performance. The dazzlers boasted purple Kilt Krew shirts in support of the cancer fundraising. Photo by Tori Roberts.
FC players rush the ball during an offensive play. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Devon Stikes runs the ball in an offensive play against Bedford’s defense. FC did well in the first half offensively. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Matt Weimer celebrates with his coaches after a fellow player scores an interception touchdown. FC has scored at least one interception during every home game. Photo by Tori Roberts.
Senior Jason Cundiff and other teammates celebrate after yet another successful touchdown. The football team has always been very supportive of one another, especially after a victory like a touchdown. Photo by Tori Roberts.
The fall inductees pledge to uphold the standards of a NHS member.
Faculty sponsor Melissa Neal, principal Dr. Rob Willman, and assistant principals Jody Johnson and Jeff Cerqueira wait to greet the inductees.
Senior Tux Tuxworth, NHS president, lights the final candle during the fall induction program. Each candle represents a pillar of NHS and over the course of the program each officer lit a candle.
Including the new inductees, the FC National Honor Society chapter has 95 members. Along with having at least a 3.8 GPA, members must demonstrate exceptional ability in service, scholarship, leadership, and character.