MOORESVILLE – Town residents will have the opportunity to vote on a quarter-cent sales tax increase for Iredell County on the Nov. 6 ballot.
The aim is for 75 percent of the funds generated from the increase, estimated at $6.6 million annually, to be shared between three school systems in Iredell County: Mooresville Graded School District, Iredell-Statesville Schools and Mitchell Community College.
MGSD will be holding four informational meetings for parents and community members to present how the district will plan on using the funds if the referendum passes. The first was held Sept. 20.
Everyone, regardless if they have a student at the school, is invited to attend. All meetings start at 6:30 p.m.
• Sept. 24, Mooresville Middle School, 233 Kistler Farm Road
• Oct. 4, Mooresville Intermediate School, 1438 Coddle Creek Hwy., aimed for those affiliated with Mooresville Intermediate, Rocky River Elementary School and South Elementary
• Oct. 10, Mooresville High School, 659 E. Center Ave.
An infographic offering more information about the proposed tax increase is available at https://bit.ly/2xADXHc.
Bus drivers, monitors needed
MOORESVILLE – Mooresville Graded School District is in need of people who can drive a bus or are interested in being a bus monitor.
An application is available on the school district’s website, www.mgsd.k12.nc.us.
Rocky River Elementary School to hold events
MOORESVILLE – Rocky River Elementary School will have a fall festival Sept. 21.
The book fair opens Sept. 24.
For more information about these or other school happenings, go to the Rocky River Elementary School website through the Mooresville Graded School District site, www.mgsd.k12.nc.us.
Deanna Caudill graduates with honors
WICHITA, Kan. – Deanna G. Caudill of Mooresville graduated with honors from Wichita State University in the summer 2018 semester.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in communication sciences and disorders, and was Magna Cum Laude.