Why an Alumni Association?
What’s the scope and purpose of the NAHS AA?
How do I update my info on the website?
Do you have an e-mail newsletter, and how do I subscribe?
How do I make a donation?
What will the NAHS AA do with the money?
How do I get involved?
When do you meet? And are meetings open?
Q: Why an Alumni Association?
Primarily, the association has been formed to explore ways in which it can build a stronger community
amongst NAHS alumni, as well as develop opportunities to enrich the educational experience of current NAHS
Q: What’s the scope and purpose of the NAHS AA?
The North Attleboro High School Alumni Association is a non-profit, volunteer group of alumni, friends,
faculty, and administrators of North Attleboro High School. The members seek to build and strengthen the
community of NAHS graduates and to explore opportunities to enhance the educational experience of current
and future NAHS students. Membership is open to all graduates, parents, and friends of North Attleboro
Q: How do I update my info on the website?
1. Go to www.NAHSAlumni.org
2. Click on “Edit Your Info”
3. Enter your user name and password. If you do not know your user name and/or password, follow the
appropriate links to find them or send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org asking for your login information
4. Edit your personal information
5. Click the “Save Info” button to save your information.
Q: Do you have an e-mail newsletter, and how do I subscribe?
An e-mail newsletter with updates on school and NAHS AA activities, as well as other relevant info is
currently in development and will be launched by the start of the next school year. Once available, it
will be sent out to all alumni with an updated (valid) e-mail address included in their personal profile.
At all times, you will be able to permanently “opt-out” of your automatic e-subscription.
Q: How do I make a donation?
The North Attleboro High School Alumni Association is currently accepting donations for use in enhancing
the educational experience of NAHS students.
All donations are fully tax-deductible. Effective as of June 16, 2005, we are a 501C3 Tax Exempt
Organization and can furnish a Tax Exempt Number for your donation. To make a donation, send your check or
money order to:
NAHS Alumni Association
Attn: Sean Fisher, Treasurer
PO Box 1051
North Attleboro, MA 02761
Be sure to include your name and address with the donation so a receipt confirming your donation, as well
as the NAHS Alumni Association Federal Tax ID number (assuring your tax deduction) can be provided for
Q: What will the NAHS AA do with the money?
The Association is currently developing plans for future fundraising activities and generating ideas for
the use of funds raised. In the short-term, the Association seeks “seed” money to help offset the expenses
of web site development and hosting, printing and mailing of materials for alumni, and other general
As the Association and its activities expand, fundraising will likely fall into one of two categories.
First, a general (or annual) fund which will seek donations to be used at the discretion of the
Association’s Board of Directors to enhance the educational experience of current NAHS students. Second,
there will likely be some “project-specific” fundraising endeavors to help fund specific upgrades at or
improvements to the school. In both cases, the funds collected will be disbursed after considerable input
from the current NAHS administration and all interested alumni.
Q: How do I get involved?
Our website, www.NAHSAlumni.org is full of useful links including a “news and updates” page which will
keep you apprised of current activities and events. Volunteers are always needed. If you have a specific
interest, an idea to suggest, if you want to join one on the association sub-committees (Marketing,
Membership, Web Development), or simply want more detailed information, please feel free to e-mail any
one of the members of the NAHS Alumni Association’s Board of Directors.
Q: When do you meet? And are meetings open?
By all means. The general meetings take place, roughly, on a monthly basis. Sub-committee meetings are
scheduled on an as-needed basis and generally occur to plan or discuss an initiative specific to that