School News

Ms. Leanne Rose, PVES Teacher, NC BTOY

Leanne Rose, a second-grade teacher at Park View Elementary School in the Mooresville Graded School District (MGSD), was named the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) Beginning Teacher of the Year in a special ceremony Thursday, December 5, 2019.  Rose was named the MGSD Beginning Teacher of the Year in August 2019.  Click the headline to read more!

Graphic with Dual Language for MGSD spelled out.

MGSD is excited to announce the possibility of a dual immersion program at our elementary schools starting next year.  Click the article link to learn more!

Vote 2019

On Tuesday, November 5, elections will be held for the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education.  Community members living within the MGSD school district will have the opportunity to vote for up to three school board candidates. MGSD has a non-partisan, five-member board of education. This election cycle there are three seats up for vote with four candidates running for those seats. In this guide, our our community members have the opportunity to learn about the four candidates and read, in the candidates' words, their answers to four identical questions about themselves, the district, and education. Thank you!

ASBO International Logo

Ashburn, VA – June 28, 2019 – The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) has selected Terry K. Haas, CPA, RSBO, chief financial officer for Mooresville (NC) Graded School District, as the recipient of the association’s 2019 International Eagle Award.

School Lunch lot 2 love Artwork

The Mooresville Graded School District Child Nutrition Program wants to remind you that free and reduced priced meal applications are available online for those who may need assistance with meal purchases.  Please click this post to learn more.

MGSD PowerSchool Registration

The online registration system for the 2019 - 2020 school year has opened!  Please click on this post for full details.  Here is to a great school year!

Cheryl Dortch, South Elementary Assistant Principal

The MGSD Board of Education approved the appointment of Ms. Cheryl Dortch as the assistant principal of South Elementary School! Ms. Dortch is no stranger to the district. She was a teacher at South Elementary from 2004 until 2014, and the 2011-2012 MGSD Teacher of the Year. In 2014, Ms. Dortch was appointed as assistant principal of South Elementary; however, due to family obligations, she had to relocate to Kentucky in 2015 where she continued her work in public education. Mooresville Graded School District is so exited to welcome this long-time South Star back home to North Carolina and MGSD!

Back 2 School Bash '19 Flyer

It is that time of year to register your student(s) for the Back 2 School Bash!  With the new calendar, it will be taking place a bit earlier this summer on July 13.  This wonderful community event is made possible by local churches, businesses, and community members and helps our students start the school year off right with new shoes, school supplies and a day of fun! Oh, did we mention it is free? If you would like to signup or volunteer to help with the Bash '19, please go to www.B2SB.org.  Thank you!

List of Summer Feeding Sites

With the 2018 - 2019 school year coming to a close, we wanted to share information about summer feeding sites where our community's children can access breakfast and lunches while school is not in session. Thank you!

East Mooresville Intermediate School Logo

Welcome to EMIS!

Tuesday, June 4th at 5:30 pm

Rising 4th Grade Family Night at 5:30. This is an opportunity for students to come with their families to learn a bit about EMIS, familiarize themselves with our building and meet our staff.

 

Wednesday, June 5th: Students will tour EMIS with their classes.

Proclamation Honoring Officer Jordan Sheldon and the Mooresville Police Department

The monthly MGSD Board of Education meetings are a great time to celebrate students and staff, as well as learn about what is happening throughout our district.  Check out a few items from the May 14, 2019, meeting.