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For the second time, the Mooresville School Board has been recognized as “Outstanding” by the Indiana School Boards Association (ISBA).
Jessica McDaniel and Ryan Crafts were named this year's Lilly Endowment Community Scholars by the Community Foundation of Morgan County. Seniors Jaclyn Harris and Logan Mills were also among the county finalists for the honor.
At its March meeting, the Mooresville School board opened the enrollment period for students who reside outside of the Mooresville Schools area is open through May 30 for the 2014-2015 school year.
The search is on for the MHS Class of 2027. Mooresville's Pre-Kindergarten Fair will be April 8 from 5:30-7:00p.m. at Neil Armstrong Elementary. Children who turn age 5 by Aug. 1 are eligible for kindergarten and their families should plan to attend.
Fourteen students from across Mooresville Schools were nominated by their principals and honored as Champions of Character for demonstrating the values of Character, Unity and Servant Leadership.
As of Feb. 11, the following calendar includes all school make-up days. The last day of school will be Friday, May 30. Graduation remains on Sat., May 31.
MHS Teacher Ada Clark has been honored by the Journalism Educator Association as a Certified Journalism Educator. Clark also serves as the advisor for the award-winning Wagon Trails yearbook and Pulse student newspaper.
The Mooresville School District and five of its schools earned an A rating in the IDOE School Accountability rating system.
The MHS Athletic Department honored students from all seven Mooresville Schools as December's Champions of Character for modeling the values of Character, Unity, and Servant Leadership.
David Marcotte was announced as the new superintendent of Mooresville Schools at a special school board meeting Thursday, Jan. 9. The board also selected Randy Taylor as assistant superintendent for business.