Back to School Information
Return to Learn - important information for 2020-21 school procedures
Enrollment Links - includes information for new students, out-of-district transfers, preschool, and kindergarten
Vaccination Requirements - please note ALL K-12 students have a new requirement for 2 doses of Hepatitis A vaccine.
Elementary School Supply List - includes all five Mooresville elementary schools
NEW ENROLLMENTS: PLEASE complete the correct online application below for your situation and then contact your child's school office to make an appointment to bring required paperwork and/or set up a student schedule.
- If you have moved into our district, please complete this inner-district new enrollment application.
- If you already have students at Mooresville Schools and need to add a new student to your household, please log into Skyward and complete the "new enrollment" tab.
- If you are considering an out-of-district enrollment, click here for information and an application.
Completing an online application is not a guarantee of enrollment. Please be sure to follow up with your school to complete an accepted enrollment. Please call your child’s school to set an enrollment appointment (all offices are open beginning July 22) so we may get classes assigned and have everything ready for the start of school. Families with a student entering middle or high school will need to make an appointment with a school counselor prior to the start of school to complete course scheduling. Parents will need to bring a birth certificate, shot records, 2 proofs of residency, and a parent/guardian government-issued photo ID to the school to complete enrollment.
FEE PAYMENTS: Learn about book rental payments here.
VACCINATIONS: All students entering kindergarten, 6th, and 12th grade are reminded that vaccination boosters are needed (See Vaccination Requirements ). Our vaccination deadline is September 2. Students may be excluded from school after that if they don't have proper documentation. The Franciscan Vaccination Clinic will be at MHS on Sat. July 27, 9am to noon to assist with vaccinations for those with or without insurance. Register at 317-528-6374 to ensure we have enough vaccine.
UPDATING STUDENT INFORMATION: Be sure your family contact information is up-to-date in our student system. Learn more about how parents can use Skyward with the Skyward Family Access Toolkit. Skyward family access includes communication tools, student grade information, lunch account information, and much more.
FOOD SERVICES: Click here for information about food services as well as Free and Reduced Lunch Applications.
TRANSPORTATION QUESTIONS: If you have questions regarding a bus route or bus arrival times, please contact our Transportation Department at 317-831-9220.
Social Media Links
Facebook pages with great photos & school updates are available for
You do not have to have a Facebook account to view the content.
Twitter feeds from Mooresville Schools include:
Mooresville Schools @MrsvlPioneers
MHS Athletics @MHSBeMoore
MHS Student Newspaper @MHSPulse_com
Instagram: Find us under mooresville_schools
About Our Schools
Mooresville Schools provide a pre-K through 12th grade programming for about 4,500 students. Did you know more than10% of Mooresville students come to Mooresville Schools from outside our district area? Learn about our school district and student enrollment information here.
Check our our district video to learn about some of our programs and facilities.
Mooresville is also the home of central Indiana's first high school, which was built in 1861 and the building still sits on the Newby campus today. Learn more about the history of our schools on our History and Heritage page.
Online Educational Resources:
Free WiFi Locations in Mooresville: Parking lots of all Mooresville Schools (see maps), Mooresville Public Library parking lot, Pioneer Park near shelterhouses - Please adhere to social distancing guidelines
www.TumbleBookLibrary.com - K-6 children's ebook database
www.TeenBookCloud.com - gr 7-12 ebook database
Storyline - Picture Books Read Online
Time for Kids - free issues for the rest of the 19-20 school year.
Quick Reading & Writing Lessons - from Smekens Education
Authors & Illustrators Resources - grades pre-K - 12
Daily Storytime - celebrities and authors read aloud
www.TumbleMath.com - K-6 math ebook database
Khan Academy - math resources
Math Playground - free games for grades K-8
Daily Schedules for Homeschooling - broken down by age
Sites with Multiple Page Links
Free Online Events & Activities - from Common Sense Media
Parent/Caregiver Toolbox from IU Health
Family Mental Health Resources During COVID 19 from YouthFirst
Talking with Children About Coronavirus from the CDC
Virus Anxiety - includes tips for parents, financial stress, & more.
Physical & Outdoor Education
Free Yoga for Adults and Children
Arts & Illustrations