Mooresville Graded School District

A glimpse at the good stuff happening in our schools!

Greetings MGSD Families!

When we start to see a lot of ghosts and pumpkins we know what time of year it is... End of the First Quarter! :-) Can you believe that we are finishing up the first nine-weeks of school on Tuesday, October 30? As a reminder, the end of the first quarter also signifies the start of our Fall break so there will be no school for students on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday next week. We do look forward to starting off our second quarter with all of our students on Monday, November 5.

It has been a great October and as you will see in some of the videos below, we certainly changed MGSD from BLUE to ORANGE for Bullying Prevention Month. If you would like more information regarding bullying, this site by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center has some great resources:

We hope all of our families enjoy the break and enjoy time together! Thank you for allowing us to serve you and your children and never hesitate to let us know if you have any questions!

Park View Elementary Students are Busy Learning their ABCs and 123s!

Students at Park View Elementary are working hard with Top Down Topic Webs in reading and writing. Students are participating in centers and small groups on reading and math. Teachers are stressing the importance of asking and answering questions with a focus on depth of knowledge.

RRES Parents Take a Lap in their Child's Day!

Rocky River Elementary school parents had the opportunity to see what their child's day looks like by going through the different parts of their child's schedule. The students led the parents and helped them with the math, reading, and all the great things they are learning each day! It was a wonderful event for all involved!

Unity + Kindness = South Stars

South celebrated Unity month in a BIG way through special spirit days and door decorations. South is also excited to kick off our first Kids for Kindness club to help promote kindness and acceptance throughout our school and community. Our South Stars continue to shine bright!

EMIS has had a Jam-Packed October!

EMIS has been busy the month of October with everything from spreading kindness to masquerade ball! Check it all out in the video!

Learning can be Fun!

Teachers at Mooresville Intermediate School have been challenging themselves to step outside of the box to provide engaging and memorable experiences for their students. They have been busy “transforming” their classrooms!

Ms. Silvestri transformed her classroom into a pizzeria where the students were the chefs while practicing multiplicative comparisons. Ms. DeVerna treated students to a book tasting set up as the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to get her students excited about reading new books. Finally, Ms. Sharpley revamped her classroom for “Glow Day” to help students review for their upcoming benchmark assessment! What an awesome experience for their students!


Every day is a great day to be a Red Imp, but on Wednesday there were a lot of Orange Imps for Unity Day! Check out some of the fun ways our MMS students celebrated unity!

What exactly are these MHS students trying to prove?

Students in Mrs. Oliver’s 3rd Period Pre-Calculus class are learning how to prove trigonometric functions. Check out these students as they show us they have nothing to prove...except functions! :-)

Halloween Family Fun

Check out these printable JACK-O-LANTERN templates that you can do this weekend with your kiddos! Each pattern has a challenge rating from 1 to 5 and has summarized carving instructions.

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

Since 1966, families have kicked off the holiday season with this classic movie! In case you miss it on TV this year, we are including this link (or click the graphic below) so you can enjoy it with a friend or family!

MGSD Board of Education October News

Information about the Proposed 1/4 Cent Sales Tax for Iredell County

If You See Something, Say Something

MGSD has placed the See Something, Say Something graphic and link on each school's website homepage, as well as the district's Parent and Students page. Please use this form to report any bullying, dangerous, or other suspicious or potentially harmful behavior. Of course, if you feel there is imminent danger, contact the police department. Thank you for helping keep our students safe!