Please click on the story for important information and reminders for our MGSD parents and students!
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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.
Be A Light!
The 2nd grade South Stars and the MHS Honor's Chorus collaborated with several other schools around the world to celebrate International Day of Peace. It wasn't easy for some of the participants, but virtually or in person, we want to make a difference! This is an annual project and an inspiring opportunity for us to come together . . . PEACE!
We can't wait to see you South Stars!
We LOVE our Teachers!
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
Congratulations to our 2020-21
Teacher of the Year, Beginning Teacher of the Year,
and Instructional Assistant of the Year!
Mrs. Sherrill Miller
Teacher of the Year
Ms. Rachel Younce
Beginning Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Maria Figuera
Instructional Assistant of the Year
NC-Pre K is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year!
Click here to access the application.
On Friday, August 6, MGSD will move to Masks Required due to significant county spread and to assist in mitigating school quarantines.
MGSD will start the school year on August 2, with masks being optional (except on school buses). However, if necessary, the district will move to require masks if the circumstances warrant it.
Click on this news story for a few important tidbits of information as we zoom toward the first day of school!
MGSD information on the utilization of masks as we look toward the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.
Please check out this newsletter for important information on the updated mask guidelines for North Carolina, as well as a conversation with Superintendent Dr. Mauney. If you need this. newsletter in an alternative language, go to "Translate Newsletter" in the upper right corner of the newsletter. Thank you so much!