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Best of Luck!

Ms. Susan Bunch, principal of Mount Airy Middle School, has announced her resignation. She plans to take time away from work and focus on future educational opportunities.

We wish Ms. Bunch best of luck in her future endeavors!

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MAMS Earns Redesignation as a Schools to Watch

Mount Airy City Schools is pleased to announce that Mount Airy Middle School (MAMS) has been redesignated a Schools to Watch® (STW). MAMS is one of two middle schools in the state that have earned their first redesignation status. Only 14 middle schools in North Carolina have earned the right to be on the STW list. This award identifies MAMS as one of the best middle schools in the country.
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Amanda Robertson Earns Milken Educator Award

Jones Intermediate School has had a lot to celebrate over the years, but today’s announcement may top the list for one educator. Amanda Robertson, fourth-grade teacher, received the shock of a lifetime when it was announced that she is North Carolina’s 2016 Milken Educator Award recipient.

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Executive Director of Teaching and Learning Named

Mount Airy City Schools is pleased to announce that Dr. Phillip Brown has been named the Executive Director for Teaching and Learning in Mount Airy City Schools. Dr. Brown comes to us from Montgomery County Schools where he is the Director of Secondary/Career and Technology Education.
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2015-2016 Accountability

Mount Airy City Schools (MACS) continues to be one of the best school districts in North Carolina! The
partnership between staff, parents, and community members continues to positively impact students and
the district’s success. With the recent release of the 2015-2016 accountability data, MACS saw growth
and success as a result of the hard work of many stakeholders.
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Richard Childress Racing Partnership Continues to Grow

Students in Mount Airy City Schools will be racing into real-world experiences thanks to a $169,650 grant the district received from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF). The RCR (Richard Childress Racing) Future Drivers Project will engage students, 6th-12th graders, in relevant learning experiences focused on engineering, manufacturing, quality control, and analytics. Click to read more about our growing RCR partnership!
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