On Thursday, January 24, in the MHS Performing Arts Center the Mooresville Graded School District will be holding an informational night regarding the growing problem of vaping in schools across our state and the nation. The evening will begin at 7:00pm.
To ensure the maximum achievement of all students, resulting in a lighthouse district both nationally and internationally.
To prepare every student, every day to be a successful and responsible citizen in a globalized workspace, economy and community.
Learn More About MGSD:
- Serving 6,074 students in grades pre-K through 12.
- Ranked 8th out of 115 public school districts in North Carolina in academic achievement.
- All students in grades 4 - 12 receive a MacBook Air for use at school and home, grades 2 - 3 receive a MacBook Air for use at school, and grades K - 1 receive an iPad for use at school.
Due to the possibility of additional inclement weather this school year, we wanted to share our plan for ensuring we meet the required 1025 instructional hours for the year.
Due to the December Board Meeting being cancelled because of the snow storm, the MGSD Board of Education had several celebrations and considerations at the January 8th meeting. Check it out!
We hope you enjoy this edition of our MGSD Newsletter and seeing what our students are doing throughout the district! https://www.smore.com/9gm41
The Mooresville community will once again be holding a community breakfast to celebrate the life and teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr! However, there will be activities throughout the weekend so please visit the website (http://www.mlkjrmooresville.com/) for all of the information and to reserve your breakfast places. We hope to see you there!
Wear orange on October 24 to celebrate Unity Day -- one of multiple ways our schools are celebrating Bullying Prevention Month.