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Problem Based Learning @MAMS
MAMS Math teachers are implementing both Problem Based Learning and Project Based Learning in their Math classrooms through a MAPSS Grant.  This grant provides our teachers with ongoing training with Wake Forest University School of Medicine and the University of Texas at Dallas.  Teachers facilitate learning that allows students to gain knowledge through an inquiry based learning approach.

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Law Enforcement Appreciation Poster Contest!

The Friends of the Mount Airy Police Department are having a contest! Students are invited to make a poster with a theme of "Protect and Serve." Contest opens on 1 March and closes on 28 April. There will be a winner chosen from each school. The winners will receive a $25 gift card, have their poster displayed at the MAPD and be recognized at the Mount Airy City Council Meeting on 18 May. See Officer Garrett Chamberlain for more information.

MAMS Earns Redesignation as a Schools to Watch

Mount Airy City Schools is pleased to announce that Mount Airy Middle School (MAMS) has been redesignated a Schools to Watch® (STW). MAMS is one of two middle schools in the state that have earned their first redesignation status. Only 14 middle schools in North Carolina have earned the right to be on the STW list. This award identifies MAMS as one of the best middle schools in the country.

Schoology Access for Parents

Schoology access for parents is here! Mount Airy Middle School students will be bringing home access codes on Thursday, January 19. Mount Airy High School students will be bringing home codes the week of January 23. Click the title to learn more about Schoology access for parents!

District Spelling Bee

Participants from Jones Intermediate and Mount Airy Middle came together to compete in the District Spelling Bee.

Innovation Day 2017

Students experienced their first Innovation Day on January 26. It was a huge hit on all of our campuses! Check out the images and videos shared on Twitter, Richard Childress Racing, and WFMY!

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