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MACS Increasing Pay for Those Delivering Meals

In response to the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, Mount Airy City Schools will increase hourly pay for cafeteria workers, bus drivers, and other essential hourly workers that are supporting food services to “time and a half” through Governor Cooper’s executive order. This will follow the timeframe of the order and the district will revisit this pay should the order be extended.
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Niston Completes Leadership Program

Emily Niston, principal of Tharrington Primary School, recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program, a year-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association and sponsored by the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development.
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Larry Davis Retires

While Davis is working the final week of his educational career with Mount Airy City Schools, he is finishing on a high note. The famously known “Red Green Report,” also known as the Technical Skill Attainment Performance Report, has just been released ranking Mount Airy first in the region and eighth in the state.
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Traveling Middle Schoolers

Students attending Mount Airy Middle School have the opportunity for over-night travel in their 7th and 8th-grade years. Learn more by listening to this week's Spotlight on Mount Airy City Schools.
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