We hope you all are enjoying your summer! Please look over today’s information carefully, and be sure to check out the summer learning resources for our students to help them stay on track!
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The mission at South Elementary School is for every stakeholder to work as a TEAM to ensure learning opportunities for every child, every day that maximize student achievement.
Diversity: We respect individual differences - culture, interests and abilities.
Integrity: We value honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility.
High Expectations: We achieve academic excellence by nurturing students' curiosity.
Student Centered Environment: We create student centered classrooms where students are actively engaged.
Communication: We establish a sense of community where students, teachers and parents feel connected to and supported by one another.
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We are so excited to give an official update on the 2020 Mooresville Back to School Bash! This year, the bash is going to look a little different, but we are so thankful to keep the mission and vision of the event alive during these challenging times.
Please check out this post to learn more!
Come enjoy a performance of "Tuck Everlasting" by our MHS Theatre Arts students. Click the headline for more information!
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.
The Mooresville Graded School District is seeking the services of a Design Build Team for renovations/additions at Park View and South Elementary Schools. For information regarding the RFQ for the Design Build Team for these two projects, please select the title above.
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.