Mooresville Graded School District
A glimpse at the good stuff happening in our schools!
Welcome to the Second Semester!
There's SNOW place like Park View Elementary!
Rocky River Elementary School Deploys Laptops to Third Grade Students
This week third grade students at RRES had laptop deployment. For the rest of the school year, every third grade student has the opportunity to take his or her laptop home for the rest of the school year. This is happening at a beneficial time, as third grade is preparing for their Gateway projects for the next few weeks. Also, the students are getting a chance to experience the responsibility of taking care of the laptop at home, which prepares them for the following years of deployment within MGSD.
Third grade parents and students were invited to come after school to be trained on responsible use and get their laptops officially checked out to them by the tech support team of MGSD. There were a lot of smiles during these two nights!
South Super Stars Shine Bright with Laptops in Hand!
EMIS uses the Egyptian Pyramids to teach Students about EVERYTHING!
Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Shoes
Sixth grade students at Mooresville Intermediate School are doing a book project for third quarter independent reading that will help them develop empathy for people who are different from them. Each student is choosing a novel with a character who is different from them in some significant way: race, gender, health, family situation, etc. Students are browsing books at a "Shoe Shopping" experience in the Media Center. Once they have chosen and read their books, they will use a shoe box to share what the book was about, with writing and drawings on the outside and objects that represent important events on the inside. We are excited to see the finished projects!
Come Support the MIS PTSO!
MMS Students take State in the first annual Lego League Competition
Congratulations to Mooresville Middle School students Clark Kremar, Dylan Armendariz, Caleb Decker, and Evan Kinder! These robo-Olympians competed at the state's first Lego League competition Saturday, January 21, and won first place in robot programming!
Government in Action in Mr. Gregg's AP Government Class
Hats ON to Fight Hunger
Friday, Feb. 16th, 7:30am-3:30pm
All MGSD Schools
To learn more about this local charity, please follow this link: http://foodfordays.org/ffd/.
Click here to check out some highlights from the January 9th Board of Education meeting!
2018 - 2019 Board Approved School Calendar
Inclement Weather Information
Due to being out of school three days the week of January 15 with inclement weather, we adjusted the end of second quarter (end of first semester) to Thursday, January 25, 2018. This will push the release of report cards to Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
Also, we have received several inquiries as to if and when we will be making up the three days of school we missed. As of right now, we do not need to make up the missed days. We have approximately 5.5 days built into our calendar in case of inclement weather. This cushion allows us to continue with our current calendar as is. Should we need to use more inclement weather days this year, we will reevaluate at that time. Please contact the MGSD Central Office if you have any questions. Thank you!