Please note this important schedule change for this Friday, May 10. As many of you are aware, one of our Mooresville Police Officers was killed in the line of duty this past weekend. His services will be held this Friday in Charlotte with a processional back to and through Mooresville following the services. We have been in contact with Iredell County Emergency Services, and they indicate that the processional will be made up of 2200 to 2500 emergency vehicles from across the country and be approximately 15 miles long. This processional will greatly affect traffic in the Mooresville area from approximately 1:00 until after 4:00pm. Due to bussing logistics and to show support for Officer Sheldon, we will need to release school early on Friday, May 10. Mooresville High School and Mooresville Middle School will release at 11:00am. Our elementary and intermediate schools will release at 12 noon. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause our parents; however, we know you will understand considering the circumstances. Thank you.
MMS is offering Dance as an elective class next year! Please support this new opportunity for our students by helping us provide a dance floor for the classroom! Visit our fundraising page: tinyurl.com/mmsdancefloor
The Mooresville Graded School District is announcing a calendar change due to a state rally for educators taking place on May 1, 2019. There will be NO SCHOOL for students on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. This day is now designated as an optional teacher workday . Because of this change, Wednesday, May 8, 2019, will now be a full instructional day following a regular schedule. There will be no early release as previously planned.
PBIS Rewards Event for students - April 11, 1:30-2:20. Snacks will be sold! Choice of activities outside or movie inside!
Mooresville Parks & Rec is providing financial support to families that are interested in participating in their Summer Camp Programs. Amy parents and families that may have a need for assistance should view the links below. If you have any questions, please contact Marvet Spencer via email or at 704-799-4231.
We hope you enjoy this April 1 edition of our MGSD Newsletter. Thank you!
MGSD is pleased to announce that Mooresville Intermediate School Principal Quinetta Pratt, Ed.D., has completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), a year‐long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association.
Parents of MMS students:
Our Career Bridge Advisory Council will be holding its annual seminar on April 2, 2019. This seminar is geared toward our middle and high school students and their parents and has valuable information regarding how to plan and smoothly transition from school to college/career.
All students who attend will receive extra credit by completing a paper survey at the event and turning it in prior to leaving that night.
It's that time of year again! As we get closer to registration dates for rising 7th graders, we hope your students consider taking Band at Mooresville Middle School. The Mooresville Middle School Band has a tradition of excellence, and accepts anyone interested and willing to learn how to play an instrument (no prior experience required)!
Mr. Gudger, the middle school band director, will be holding two informational nights for perspective students to try out the four instruments that they can start on: Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, and Trombone. The students can then select the instrument that interests them the most, and sign up for band in the same night!
Instrument testing nights will be on Wednesday, March 26th and Thursday, March 27th from 4-7pm in the Mooresville Middle School Band Room.
If you or your student are interested in joining band, please fill out the following Google Form (especially if you CANNOT attend the instrument testing nights):
Hello MGSD families!
Please enjoy this February 26, 2019, edition of our MGSD Newsletter. It is full of fun videos and ideas from across our district!
To translate this newsletter to another language, click on the following link, scroll to the bottom of the newsletter page and on the black bar, select the "translate" option. Select the language of your choice and enjoy!
Flu season is upon us and we wanted to share information regarding how to limit its effects and assist with attendance questions.
Come out and support the MMS Cadets Winterguard team at their preview performance on Thursday, January 31, 7:00pm at the Mooresville HS Magnolia Gym.
The MMS team have been rehearsing for their competition show, "Kiss From A Rose", which they will perform during the Carolina Winter Ensemble Association events.
The MHS varsity and junior varsity winterguard teams will also perform during the preview.
Admission is free!
We hope you enjoy this edition of our MGSD Newsletter and seeing what our students are doing throughout the district! https://www.smore.com/c8fq7.
Attention Parents! MGSD Kindergarten registration for the 2019 - 2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at the Charles Mack Citizen Center.
Check out this digital flyer for more details!
Here is the information about upcoming events for Rising 7th Graders:
Monday, March 25- MIS 6th graders here to take a morning tour
Tuesday, March 26- EMIS 6th graders here to take morning tour
Wednesday, March 27- Rising 7th grade parent night
Thursday March 28- MIS/EMIS 6th graders will register at respective schools for 7th grade
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.
The students and staff participated in a Character & Citizenship Lesson on Friday January 11 regarding the health hazards of teenage vaping and reviewed the MMS Vaping Discipline Policy. Parents can view this lesson and the policy on the Parents & Students page of this website.
Parents who would like more information can attend a meeting on January 24 at 7:00pm at the MGSD Performing Arts Building on the campus of Mooresville High School.
MMS Parents will receive more educational resources on teenage vaping in the Parent Newsletter that will be published on Friday January 18.
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.
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!