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Spotlight on Jones Intermediate School

Jones history students are learning more about being a leader in and out of school, PBIS celebrations are in effect, as well as a program for lab students.
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Cooke Elected to NCSBA

The Mount Airy City Schools Board of Education is proud to announce that Mr. Ben Cooke has been elected to the North Carolina State Boards Association.
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Stay Strong - 3Ws

Today, Governor Cooper and Dr. Mandy Cohen shared the increase in COVID-19 numbers in our state. While we have worked hard to establish and maintain health and wellness protocols, experienced 12 full weeks of successful in-person school, and had less than 10 cases in our buildings between students and staff, we want to keep everyone well. The protocols we are using in school are working.
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School Cash Online - Live 11.9.20

Mount Airy City Schools is adopting a new online payment system, School Cash Online. Through School Cash Online, parents can pay registration fees, course fees, field trips, yearbooks, spirit wear, athletic fees, and more.

Our Schools At a Glance

  • 4 Schools
  • 1895 125 Years Old
  • K-12 STEAM Framework
    Science Technology Engineering
    Arts and Mathematics
  • 4 Cafeterias serving hot breakfast
    and lunch meals
  • 13 Buses providing transportation
  • Handbook-and-formsCustomizable Learning Options

Vision and Beliefs

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Vision Statement: We will graduate all students to lead, innovate, and serve.

Beliefs:
- MACS believes that a positive, safe, and healthy environment fosters respect and culturally responsive practices for staff and students.
- MACS believes all students will be successful and prepared for their future careers.
- MACS believes all students have unique gifts, talents, and abilities.
- MACS believes all students need community connections.
- MACS believes personalized, differentiated learning must occur for all students.