MGSD will start the school year on August 2, with masks being optional (except on school buses). However, if necessary, the district will move to require masks if the circumstances warrant it.
To empower every student with the opportunity to realize their maximum potential by embracing the inherent worth of the whole child.
To provide an educational environment that fosters strong academic, co-curricular, and interpersonal skills, allowing every child, every day to grow and thrive as an engaged, responsible citizen in a diverse society.
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- Serving 6,074 students in grades pre-K through 12.
- Top 10 school district 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.
Click on this news story for a few important tidbits of information as we zoom toward the first day of school!
MGSD information on the utilization of masks as we look toward the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.
Please check out this newsletter for important information on the updated mask guidelines for North Carolina, as well as a conversation with Superintendent Dr. Mauney. If you need this. newsletter in an alternative language, go to "Translate Newsletter" in the upper right corner of the newsletter. Thank you so much!
Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education has approved Tracy Pratt-Dixon as the Principal of East Mooresville Intermediate School beginning July 1, 2021.
Learn more about our district's return to Plan A by clicking this post! Thank you!
For information on the MGSD 4th Quarter Learning Plan, please click the linked headline. Thank you!
For information on the Governor's Press conference regarding school's reopening, please click on this news link.
Learn more about the MGSD 2021 - 2022 School Calendar!
As we welcome our students back following the holiday break, we want to remind our families of the importance of following COVID-19 protocols as we enter the new year!