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Head Basketball Coach Named

Mount Airy High School has named Bryan Hayes as the head coach of the men’s varsity basketball team. Hayes, who teaches math at Mount Airy High School, has over 10 years of coaching experience.
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CTE Expansion Grant

Mount Airy City Schools (MACS) has been awarded a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Grade Expansion Grant for approximately $50,000 per year renewable for the next seven years.
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STEAM Lead Named

Mount Airy City Schools is pleased to announce that Mr. Garrett Howlett has been named Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) Lead Teacher. This teaching/administrative role will have Mr. Howlett teaching two courses at Mount Airy High School, working closely with STEAM teachers throughout the district, and leading related initiatives.
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2016-2017 EVAAS Data Released

Mount Airy City Schools (MACS) continues to experience success thanks to innovative approaches with teaching and learning. The staff, parents, and community partners are committed to the growth and success of every child, every day.
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High School Students Are Early Risers

What reason could high school students have to be at school by 6:45 am on a Thursday morning? The opportunity to Skype with their new friends in Beijing, China. For the second time in Five weeks, Mount Airy High School students have arrived before sunrise to speak with their international peers.
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100% of Mount Airy City Schools Met or Exceeded Growth

Mount Airy City Schools 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 2016-2017 accountability data, MACS saw growth and success as a result of the hard work of everyone. Click to read the full press release!
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Convocation 2017

Students attending Mount Airy City Schools return to school Monday for their #MAfirstday, the district’s hashtag to celebrate the return of students. If the excitement felt at this year’s Convocation is any indication, students and families can expect a magical 2017-2018 school year.
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