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Community-Based Strategic Plan

This fall we will be kicking off a strategic planning process that will take us through 2020. We would like to invite our staff, parents, community members, and business leaders to be on a strategic team.
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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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Homeschoolers Welcome!

We want to invite homeschoolers to the SCHS vs MAHS football game on Friday, September 16! Click to learn more about this free opportunity and other upcoming events!
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Calendar Flexibility Survey

Attention MACS Community: The North Carolina General Assembly is examining how limitations on school calendar flexibility have affected school districts, school operations, and students during the past 10 years.

Allowing school districts the ability to set their own academic calendar based on the needs and concerns of their community will allow districts to address these issues.

We encourage everyone to share their concerns and take this unique opportunity to let your voice be heard. Please complete this survey no later than 5:00pm on Sunday, September 25, 2016.
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August 2016 Superintendent Message

The USA Olympic Team reached new heights never before imagined with teamwork, dedication, and inspiration. Help Mount Airy City Schools reach new heights that only our students can dream of and we know they can accomplish. This year we will Lead and Innovate to Serve!
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MACS Visits Dow

Students in MACS learn to think critically and become innovative problem-solvers through their STEAM framework. MACS leaders from the trip realized that utilizing a curriculum embedded in industry that uses the industry’s tools and perspective is essential to student’s deep understanding of mathematics and science.
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