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Following the Iredell County Board of Commissioners’ approval of a quarter-cent sales tax referendum for the Nov. 6 ballot, the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education expressed concern about its “vague language” Tuesday.

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A drug testing policy proposed by the Mooresville Graded School District will require middle and high school students to agree to have their urine tested for alcohol and illegal drugs if they want to participate in voluntary extra-curricular activities, clubs and athletics or have on-campus …

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Volunteer representatives of both a local-based as well as a nationally recognized charitable organization, complete with welcome assistance from an abundance of additional area participants, filled two full days orchestrating and conducting a total renovation project on the Mooresville High…

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Parents looking to ask questions or voice concerns about the Mooresville Graded School District’s potential new “Random Suspicionless Student Drug Testing” policy got that chance Monday night.

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Mooresville school officials are cautioning parents about the rising use of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, and other synthetic materials by children -- which has led to both harmful side effects and trips to the hospital.

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Mooresville Middle School welcomed students visiting from China with an opening ceremony on Monday, as part of the cultural exchange between the Mooresville Graded School District and the Inner Mongolia Agriculture University’s Middle School.

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Local and state policymakers, as well as representatives from the Mooresville Graded School District, gathered Monday for the annual MGSD Legislative Breakfast, which aims each year to bring attention to both the positive aspects and problems that need to be addressed in local schools.

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The Mooresville Graded School District maintained its high ranking among the state’s school districts in terms of school performance data.

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Mooresville High School could soon eliminate the titles of valedictorian and salutatorian among graduating seniors and instead incorporate the Latin Honors System.

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Larry Wilson, a long-time member of the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education, announced Tuesday night that he will resign from the board on March 31.

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The Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education approved a resolution Friday urging the North Carolina General Assembly to pass legislation that would "provide local school districts with the class size and funding flexibility needed to avoid negative impacts of reducing class sizes."

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How to pay teachers and school staffers more money was a contentious topic during a Friday meeting of education and government officials in Mooresville.

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Bonuses are coming in the next few months for non-instructional staffers in the Mooresville Graded School District.

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How schools and teachers can improve was a topic that ate up a large portion of last week's Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education meeting.

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When Mooresville High School's new baseball complex opened last spring, members of the school's girls' softball program cried foul.

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Monday marks the first day of school for most students in Iredell County, including the two public school districts and two area charter schools. That means more cars, more school buses and more pedestrians.

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Lindsay Knippenberg not only was surprised by her selection as Teacher of Year in the Mooresville Graded School District, but she was then presented with a new Ford Escape to drive for the coming year.

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When Mooresville Graded School District students begin their new year on Aug. 29, they'll be led by new Superintendent Stephen Mauney.

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Hoping to maintain a digital and academic continuity that has turned the Mooresville Graded School District into a national model under retiring Superintendent Mark Edwards, the district's board of education has named one of its own top administrators to succeed Edwards.

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Programs fluttered frantically in Coach Joe Popp Stadium, as friends and family tried to create an artificial breeze in the stifling heat while watching Mooresville High School’s graduating class cross the stage Saturday.

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A new band director will take the helm at Mooresville High School this fall, succeeding the retiring Ken Davis.

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The state's schools appear to be safe from the threat of losing federal money over the so-called North Carolina bathroom law, or House Bill 2 -- at least temporarily.

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Trying to lessen the impact of losing more and more teachers across the state, the North Carolina Department of Education is presenting an online Virtual Career Fair on March 16.