All students in grades 5-12 will have a laptop for school beginning in the fall of 2013 and each classroom will have new technology tools as well.
The March and April Champions of Character were honored at a Pioneer home baseball game.
The $20 million MHS renovation is officially underway after a groundbreaking ceremony prior to the annual alumni banquet.
MHS's Joe Johnson has been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame for his successful career with the Lady Pioneers basketball program.
Mooresville Athletic Director Chad Briscoe has accepted the Athletic Director Position at Grace College
As we continue to expand safety initiatives at Mooresville Schools, all visitors to our school buildings will be asked to present government-issued identification beginning May 1.
Mooresville Schools are proud to host an Autism Fair Wed., April 24th from 6-8p.m. at Neil Armstrong Elementary. Several support groups and activities for those with autism and their families will be available. Click this link for a copy of the fair flyer
MHS received an interest-free $2 million bond from the DOE. Matching support was required for the bond - thanks American Legion, Churches in Mission, Citizens Bank, Franciscan St. Francis, Healthier Morgan County, Band Parents, and Mooresville Police!
In this issue - Disney Named MHS Principal, Thank You, Mooresville, for Your Support, Students and Teachers Giving Back, Awesome Performances, Basketball All-Stars, Turn Lane Project, Alumni Banquet and more.
Brian Disney has accepted the position of Principal of Mooresville High School.
Due to smoke in an isolated area of the upstairs of Mooresville High School and the need to air out the hallways, we will need to dismiss MHS and PHMS students early today.
High school students who drive to school or ride to school with another student, are being dismissed as soon as they are able to get car keys or personal items from their classrooms. Students are being allowed to pick up belongings in certain areas or school personnel will deliver needed items (such as car keys) from areas still under investigation.
Middle school students who ride with high school students or are normally picked up by a parent will be allowed to leave at 12:30p.m. from door 11 (the normal exit). We ask that parents who normally pick their children up from school please use the PHMS driveway ONLY due to exiting student traffic.
All bus riders will be dismissed at 12:30p.m.
All students will be under school staff supervision until they are dismissed or picked up.
All elementary school bus routes will run at their normal times today.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this unusual situation. We will communicate further information as it becomes available.
Mooresville High School will not be in session Wednesday, March 13, due to cleanup from smoke damage on the second floor of the building and the need to shut down air handling systems. Mooresville Schools administration has been in contact with the Indiana Dept. of Education and has been informed that the day will not need to be made up. This day off school will not affect our graduation schedule.
All other Mooresville Schools, including Paul Hadley Middle School, will be in session during normal hours tomorrow and bus routes for those schools will run as usual.
We want to thank all of our middle and high school students and staff for their outstanding job during today’s evacuation and early dismissal. We also greatly appreciate the cooperation and understanding of our parents as we worked to keep students safe.
We are thankful for our local fire departments for all of their help to quickly contain the fire, which affected a small area within a single room, and to control the situation. We are cooperating fully with local law enforcement in their investigation of the incident and appreciate their support.
We plan on MHS students returning to school at the normal time Thursday. Crews are working diligently to get MHS operational as soon as possible. The second floor of the building will likely be off limits later this week. We will assist students with retrieving personal items left in second floor classrooms once school resumes. Those items have been secured.
We will communicate any further information as it becomes available through parent emails, our website, and school social media. This includes changes to any extracurricular activities scheduled for Wednesday.
The MHS Athletic Department honored students from all seven Mooresville schools as February's Champions of Character.
Headlines include ISTEP updates, Community partnerships Strengthen Possibilities, Pre-Kindergarten Fair, Math Bowl results, Dr. Seuss Days, and more.
Mooresville Schools and the Morris J. Cohen Junior Football League continue to build their strongest partnership in their collaborative history as the two continue to develop the Mooresville Sports Complex.
Fourteen students were honored as Mooresville's Champions of Character for the month of January.
Five people will be inducted to the MHS Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Feb. 15.
The Lady Pioneers have “five-peated” – winning their fifth consecutive Sectional Title after defeating Terre Haute South 59-46 last Saturday.
Headlines include: Inspiring Moments at Our Schools, New Courses Provide More Options for MHS Students, Safety Upgrades Ongoing, School Board Happenings, and Emergency Contact Reminders.
Parents are reminded to update their contact information at their child's school whenever there are changes to phone numbers or emails. Families are also encouraged to sign up for free text alert services in case of school delays and closures.
Mooresville Schools December Champions of Character were honored at the Jan. 5 Pioneer boys basketball game.
MHS students will have four times as many dual credit and certification course options in the future as well as other new classes and a new schedule system to maximize opportunities for learning beginning in 2013-2014.
Students may benefit from a voluntary preventive dental program which will visit Mooresville Schools in January.
Headlines this issue include Lady Pioneers at Banker Life Fieldhouse, 2013-14 calendar adoption, Champions of Character, Wright Honored, Making Better Continuously Happen, and Muston Honored.
Parents received the following information after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
Tim VanWanzeele will serve as MHS Interim Principal and Jennifer Perkins as MHS Interim Associate Principal during second semester.
The Mooresville School Board adopted its 2013-2014 calendar at the December board meeting. The calendar is similar to 2012-2013, with a one-week fall break and spring break. Click our link to see a copy of the full calendar.
Fourteen students from throughout Mooresville Schools were honored at November's Champions of Character at the MHS boys basketball home opener.
The Mooresville High School Varsity Girls Basketball Team will take on the Franklin Community High School Grizzly Cubs in the Bankers Life Challenge January 3, 2013.
A small fire at Paul Hadley Middle School Saturday morning was contained quickly. Police have apprehended a suspect.
For the first time, all schools will be participating in a district-wide toy drive this year. The event is being coordinated by the MHS National Honor Society and the MHS & PHMS Athletic Departments.
MHS, Neil Armstrong and Waverly will be undergoing upgrades in 2013. See the attached Powerpoint presentation to learn about the upgrades which will take place.
The MHS Athletic Department honored 14 students from Mooresville Schools as October's Champions of Character at the opening girls basketball game of the season.
Check out how Mooresville Schools beat state averages in school grades, learn about efforts to promote reading at our schools, see photos from recent events at several schools, and find out what to do in case winter weather disrupts school.
At Mooresville Schools, the mission is to create a student-friendly, learning-centered culture and continuously find ways to make better happen for students.
MHS Principal Chuck Muston has announced he will be serving a different role in Mooresville beginning next semester.
Headlines include Champions of Character, Mooresville School Board Honored, Finding Ways to Help Mooresville Students Win, and Noteworthy Season for Pioneer Sports.
A new gridiron tradition begins this week as Mooresville and Martinsville play for a new traveling trophy.
This issues headlines include Build It and They Will Play, Homecoming Activities, and School Improvement Projects Move Ahead.
The Mooresville Town Council heard a presentation by PHMS Principal Jake Allen and Superintendent Brad Lindsay this week about the traffic in front of Paul Hadley Middle School during school drop off and pickup times.
Headlines this issue include 2013 Building Project Plans, Breaking Ground for Those With Disabilities, Honoring Neil Armstrong, First Day of School Photos, and much more.
The staff and students of Mooresville High School will recognize veterans in the community
during the Friday, September 7th home football game against Greenwood High School.
The Mooresville Schools Board of Directors is looking at building upgrades for Neil Armstrong, Waverly, and Mooresville High School in 2013.
One of the newest construction projects on school property will benefit those with special needs.
The Mooresville High School Athletic Department will honor Mooresville elementary and middle school students at each who exhibit strong character traits through a new program.
Only in the second year into the district goal of having computer or device in the hands of every student, Mooresville Schools are already more than doubling last year’s pace but doing so with a twist many schools haven’t offered, a built-in wireless airc
Mooresville High School science teacher and wrestling coach Zach Errett will be one of three wrestling officials from the United States to work the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England.
Amanda Miller and Stephanie Dockery have accepted the head boys and girls varsity swimming coaching positions at Mooresville High School. Miller and Dockery will be associate head coaches who will run both varsity programs together.
Headlines include: Kern Joins Mooresville Schools, Franciscan St Francis Partnership, Emergency Responders Honored, Back to School Information, and more.
The Mooresville School Board took time at its June meeting to honor emergency responders and community partners who had taken part in school Code Red drills.
Scott Kern has accepted the position of Chief Learning Officer for Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation in Mooresville, Ind. Kern comes to Mooresville from Whiteland Community High School, where he has served as principal this past year.
Franciscan St. Francis Health and the Mooresville Consolidated School Board have approved a 3-year agreement through which the Mooresville High School Athletic Department will gain opportunities to enhance the student-athlete experience and provide better
Jim Diagostino has accepted the position of Assistant Superintendent for Business Operations at Mooresville Schools. The former principal at Tri-West High School will join the Mooresville Schools staff in July.
Mooresville high school athletic department and Keith Meyers announced today that WWDL 91.3 the WALK will be broadcasting Mooresville High School Varsity Football games this season. The Mooresville school board this week approved the partnership for the 2
A free summer lunch program is available weekdays from 11:30a.m. -12:15p.m. at Newby Elementary School. Children ages 1-18 can receive a free meal and do not need to provide proof of residency or income level. Adults may purchase a meal for $2. Read our program flyers for menus and additional information. This program is sponsored by the USDA.
This issue's headlines includes Class of 2012 Receives Honors, School Safety Initiatives, Errett is Olympic-Bound.
The April 27 edition of the Mooresville Pride is now available online. Headlines include: IREAD Success, Diagostino Named Assistant Superintendent, Celebrating Mooresville's 150 Years, and Summer Camps.
The latest edition of the Mooresville Pride newsletter includes One to One Initiative Increasing, Kindergarten Fair a Success, Eggs-cellent Experiment, and How a Strong and Caring Community Can Lift a School District.
The administration of Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation is pleased to announce that, due to the recent decision by the Indiana State Legislature to increase funding for full-day kindergarten in the 2012-2013 school year, there will be no tuition charge for full-day kindergarten beginning this fall.
“We are thankful that our state has seen fit to increase the funding for this critically important program,” said Superintendent Brad Lindsay. “Our teachers see every single day how important full-day programming is and we know that it’s the best way to invest into our students a positive foundation for their future education. I am proud of the healthy relationship and creative and exciting learning which takes place in every Mooresville classroom and school, and I truly believe our best is yet to come! ”
Previously, students at Mooresville were able to attend half-day programming free of charge. Full-day programming was available to all students for a fee, based upon a sliding scale for those who qualified for free- or reduced-lunch. Of the Mooresville students currently enrolled in kindergarten, about 250 attend full days and 30 attend half-days.
“It is our desire to serve all of our kindergarten students in the best way we possibly can. This funding is not only a relief for our families, but is beneficial for our staff. Our schools will no longer have to track and bill for full-day kindergarten services and our teachers will not have to create a separate curriculum for those students who are unable to afford full-day programming,” said Lindsay. “Being able to provide full-day programming tuition free for our families in need also gives their children access to free or reduced-cost meals as well as transportation to and from school every day. We believe we offer the most fun and effective full-day kindergarten program anywhere and we are grateful to be able to offer it tuition free beginning in the 2012-13 academic year.”
Mooresville’s kindergarten program already meets national Common Core standards which will be required in Indiana in 2014. Despite the advanced curriculum, Lindsay adds, “We believe our teachers have designed the most student-friendly, exciting and fun kindergarten program anywhere. We are grateful to offer our innovative program free of tuition charges.”
Families interested in enrolling their children for kindergarten in Mooresville should contact the school their child will attend or fill out an online registration at http://MooresvilleSchools.org/roundup . Information will be sent to them about participating in a Round Up event at their child’s school.
Brian Disney has accepted the position of Principal for Mooresville High School.
The Mooresville Schools Board of Directors has approved a calendar for the 2012-2013
academic year. The calendar is similar to Plainfield and Monrovia school districts and is slightly
modified from Mooresville’s current school calendar.
A school calendar study team consisting of 35 members, including parents, community
members, business representatives, representatives from local youth-serving organizations,
and educators, studied possible calendar configurations for the upcoming academic year. In
addition to the study team members, input into this year’s calendar recommendation included
staff surveys and a community survey which received more than 1,300 responses.
The survey feedback and a number of variables, including required state testing dates,
alignment with area career and vocational programs, alignment with other area schools, and
local events and activities, were taken into consideration.
The newly adopted calendar starts on August 7, 2012, has a one-week fall break and spring
break, includes the traditional two-week semester break, and a last day of school on May 24,
2013. All students in Indiana are required to attend 180 days of school but the calendar is set by
the local districts.
“I believe this is the right calendar at this time for our students, families, community and entire
school district,” said Superintendent Brad Lindsay, “but we will continue to explore the
‘balanced’ calendar which is increasingly being implemented across the state and we will learn
from those school communities the benefits and challenges the balanced calendar is
Lindsay added, “This also allows for more time to develop a vision in how we would maximize
the learning opportunities the balanced calendar provides. It also allows us to learn what comes
out of this state legislative session in regard to school start dates and to do an in-depth cost
analysis of a balanced, traditional, or other calendar setup.”
A school calendar study team will re-form in the spring to study and recommend the 2013-2014
calendar. A recommendation for the 2013-2014 calendar is scheduled to be presented to the
school board at its October 2012 meeting with a decision acted upon at the November 2012, so
families may have ample opportunity to plan for vacation time for the 2013-2014 academic
Congratulations to Waverly Elementary School, which was just named a Four Star School by the Indiana Department of Education, and to the district for receiving a Leadership Award for Indoor Air Quality from the International Association of School Business