Skyward Student Information System

At Mooresville Schools, we are upgrading our student information system to provide more options and betterinformation access to our families. The new Skyward system will replace the Harmony system for access to studentgrades, attendance, and other information. Learn more about Skyward   See Skyward Login Page

 

MHS 2015-16 Re-Enrollment

Mark your calendars for the MHS re-enrollment days July 29 8am - 3:30pm and July 30 noon - 7:30pm. These days provide students an opportunity to pick up their schedules, get their lockers and complete any necessary paperwork.  Read Dr. Disney's Welcome Back letter. Get a 2015-16 School Year Calendar.  MHS policies and procedures are found in the Student Handbook.  Policies and procedures for the MCSC one-to-one laptop program are found in the Laptop Policy and Information Guide.

 

Vaccinations

All seniors are reminded that a meningococcal vaccination is needed before the start of school. The Morgan County Health Department is hosting a clinic on Aug. 1 at Neil Armstrong Elementary for back to school vaccinations. Call 765-342-6621 to get registered (only those pre-registered are guaranteed a vaccination). The clinic is open to those with or without insurance. 

 

Agricultural Science Open House

The MHS Agricultural Science Department and FFA will be hosting an Open House in the Ag Building on Thursday, July 30, from 4:00-7:00.  Stop by to meet Mrs. Shelby Wolford and learn more about our reestablishment of the program.  Learn More.

 

Information for Area 31 Career Center Participants

Students who participate in Area 31 Career Center programs at Ben Davis High School should review this Student Letter.  The Area 31 school calendar differs from the MHS calendar. Students are expected to attend Area 31 when they are in session.

 

Texting and Social Media 101 for Parents

This Texting and Social Media 101 information was distributed to parents at our Open House on Aug. 12. Please look through the handout to learn some of the latest trends in social media and texting use among teens.

 

Class of 2015 Honored

The MHS Class of 2015 was honored for their outstanding achievements in high school as well as the many scholarships they earned. This year’s seniors received a total of more than $1.8 million in scholarship money for college and technical school training.  See a full list of Scholarships and Awards for the class. You can also view our Graduation Photo Album.

 

Journalism Students, Staff Honored at National Conference

Congratulations to MHS Journalism students & sponsors for a successful National Student Journalism Convention experience in Denver. Yearbook students Sarah Ray and Jordan Childers earned "Excellent" ratings for their writing competitions and broadcast advisor Andrew Marine earned the national Certified Journalism Educator title.

 

National Honor Society Inductions

Fifty-eight students were inducted into  National Honor Society on Saturday. Congratulations to these juniors for their academic and extra-curricular achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

Underclass Awards Highlight Great Achievements

Hundreds were honored at the First Annual Underclass Awards ceremony. The event honored 118 freshmen (nearly a third of the class), 75 sophomores (about a fifth of the class), and 62 juniors (about a fifth of the class) for having a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 at the end of the fall semester. Congratulations, students!

 

 

Good Citizen Award Winner

Senior Maryssa Small was one of several Morgan County high students selected for the local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens award. State Senator Rod Bray presented the awards,which were based on dependability, community service, leadership and patriotism. Small’s essay was selected as the Morgan County finalist representative in the state competition.

 

 

 

 

 

Choirs at the Grand Ole Opry

Mooresville choir students had a chance to experience one of the nation's most celebrated stages on their March trip.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Wagon Trails Yearbook Named Hoosier Star Finalist

The 2014 Wagon Trails yearbook has been name a finalist for the Hoosier Star Award by the Indiana High School Press Association (IHSPA).  The IHSPA evaluates yearbooks and those in the top 2 categories, Excellent and Superior, qualify as finalist.  The 2014 Hoosier Stars will be announced and recognized at the IHSPA fall convention on October 23, 2015.  Congratulations to the MHS Wagon Trails staff!

 

Physics Boat Races

This year saw a continuation of the traditional annual physics boat races in the MHS pool.  The physics class demonstrated their understanding of the principles of buoyancy and fluid dynamics in practice by building and racing boats made of cardboard and adhesive.  See more photos

 

 

 

2015-16 Course Scheduling Information

The Guidance Department presented 2015-16 scheduling information to parents as well as all 8th-11th grade students in January.  The MHS 15-16 Curriculum Guide, parent presentations, classroom presentations, and other important scheduling information are available on the Guidance Department's Scheduling Page.

 

Orchestra Earns Gold

On  January 31st, the orchestra students performed in the ISSMA Solo & Ensemble Contest at Avon High School.  The orchestra students brought home 42 Gold medals. Also the Chamber Orchestra received a Gold rating in Group I music category, the highest level of music category that they can enter.  The Chamber Orchestra will advance to State Solo & Ensemble Contest, on Saturday, February 28, at North Central High School.  David Lawson, senior cellist, will advance to State with his Group I solo.

 

New Online Media Options for Students

Students are now able to check out online and audio books for their Chromebooks, Kindles or other devices through our Virtual Learning Center. Learn more

 

Winter Weather Reminders

Find our Mooresville Schools School Delay and Closing Information page for information about the school plans and notification procedures. Also check our Calendars and Schedules page for information on our 2-hour delay schedule as well as the Area 31 schedule.

 

Agriculture Education Returning to MHS

On December 2, MHS hosted a Ag Community Information Night.  MHS Principal, Dr. Brian Disney, presented information on restarting the Agriculture and FFA program starting in 2015-16 school year.   Click here for the presentation handout.

 

Rededication Highlights Changes to MHS

The Oct. 4 Rededication Ceremony at MHS honored the building's legacy from its 1959 construction through 7 different building additions. Principal Disney, Student Body President Luke Clair-Ficko, Student Body Vice President Ashley Kelley, Superintendent Marcotte and School Board President Dr. Roberson all took part in the ceremony. Check out our Renovation Photo Album to see how much MHS was transformed.

 

 

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