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Mooresville Middle School will instill an appreciation and love for learning in our students as we help them develop the skills needed to become goal oriented, independent thinkers and leaders in an ever-changing global society. We challenge every student, every day to discover and develop a positive sense of self, as well as to respect themselves and others through meaningful collaboration with peers, teachers, and parents.

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7-12 Student Virtual Learning Preparation Information

Good day, Mooresville Middle School Families:

This is Ayana Robinson, Principal of Mooresville Middle School, calling with an important message about Virtual Learning Plan at Mooresville Middle School, which will begin on Monday, March 23, 2020.

Yesterday and today we reviewed the Virtual Learning Plan with our faculty and staff.  If you have not been contacted already, your child’s teacher will contact you by email no later than this evening Tuesday - March 17, 2020.  The purpose of the contact is to: 

1) To determine if each student/parent has internet access at home.  If you do not have internet access at home and are unable to obtain it from the free services listed below, please complete this form. 

2) Provide students/parents with specific details of what Virtual Learning will entail in your teacher’s class.

You can access a general overview of the Virtual Learning Plan for your MMS and MHS here.   If you have any questions about this plan, you can submit your question on this form.    We will compile these questions into a comprehensive FAQ document and share the responses with you later this week.

If you do not have Internet access, TDS (formerly Continuum Communications) is offering Free Broadband Access for New K-12 and college student households for 60 Days.  This applies to new customers only. For more information call:  704-660-3840.

Likewise, Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband access for New K-12 and college student households for 60 Days.  For more information call 1-844-488-8395. 

If you have immediate questions, please feel free to call the school at (704) 658-2720.

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Dear Parents:

As an integral part of our Force and Motion unit, the 7th grade class will be taking a STEM science based field trip to Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord. A parent letter and permission slip/waiver form were sent home with students last week.

This trip will be rotating, with the 7th grade divided in half over 2 days: April 14 and April15. Students will leave MMS at approximately 8:30 am and will return to MMS by approximately 2:00pm on each of these days.

The total cost will be $35 per student. It will include charter bus transportation and the STEM field trip activities. (See below). Students will need to bring a lunch from home with ice pack OR check below that they will need a lunch from the cafeteria.

As a school, we would like to help each and every student attend this trip. If you would like to include a donation beyond your student’s $35 to sponsor a student who is unable to pay for the trip it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

7th Grade Science Teachers

Please visit the following link for more information.

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MMS athletes, athletic department again proudly puts pink on parade

Pink never looked so hot.

Nor was it ever as heart-warming.

Mooresville Middle School had a huge helping hand in that.

MMS in general and its girls and boys seventh-grade level basketball programs in particular turned its court, its surroundings and even all and/or parts of their two teams’ respective uniforms — as well as those belonging to its opponents — a proud pink in recognition of the annual “Turn It Pink” cancer awareness competition.

The event once again was held to help generate awareness of cancer and its ongoing research for a cure. All proceeds realized from the gathering will be used to against assist the Kay Yow/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association that is a branch of the Jimmy V Foundation.

Mooresville Middle staged the community-wide event for the ninth consecutive year.

It was not alone in its celebration.

MMS hosted Iredell-Rowan Middle School Conference rivals hailing from Knox Middle School that also participated actively in the afternoon-long affair.

Members of the Red Imps girls teams, among the first to hit the court, were decked out in all pink-colored uniforms both in shorts and jerseys while sporting bright white-colored corresponding numbers. As for Knox, they also played an active role in the proceedings by having the majority of its players donning gray-colored uniforms to also complement their outfits with provided pink-colored headbands.

Coaches of both teams also dressed appropriately in clothes that also featured a prominent display of pink.

During the course of the intermission break of the girls contest, a stirring on-court ceremony was also conducted. It was used to bring additional attention to the cause by also recognizing several in the attending audience closely associated with the disease.

Those singled-out for their individual involvement covered several fronts. Among those present to acknowledge their continued health-related issues with cancer in various ways featured: Geraldine Little, Cindy Pardew, Barbara Barrier, Diane Pino, David Carr and Ann Clark.

The cast represented a range of fronts, from those following the teams to MMS teaching staff and athletic administration as well as game officials.

Those recognized help represent all others also involved in past as well as present confrontations with cancer.

Those in the audience also complied. Many in attendance also donned something pink-colored in their dress. The color was also displayed prominently in areas all across the host site.

The boys game also brought attention. Members of the Red Imps donned pink-colored T-shirts under their black uniform jerseys to do their part to draw attention to the cause.

A portion of all the game admission fees as well as those generated through concession sales as well as proceeds from the sale of various merchandise will all be added to the fundraising total.

Last year alone, the nationwide program raised more than $1 million. Doing its particular part, MMS has accounted for almost $12,000 during its time at the Turn It Pink play date.

To make the day a total success, both MMS home teams posted wins to account for the doubleheader sweep.


Full article at Mooresville Tribune

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The Mooresville Graded School District is seeking the services of a Construction Manager at Risk, as well as a Designer Team for the potential construction of a new middle school in Mooresville, North Carolina. The school system has issued a Request for Qualifications. For information regarding the RFQ for the Construction Management at Risk and the RFQ for the Designer Team, please click the title above.

Superintendent Stephen Mauney, Ed.D.

Since the bond referendum has been placed on the March 3rd ballot, we have heard a recurring question from those in our community who are supportive of our schools but frustrated with the growth:  Why aren’t those profiting off of all of the growth in our area responsible, at least in part, for helping with the cost of new schools?  Please click the link above to read the answer to this important questions.

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