Mooresville Education

New principals named for Mooresville high, middle schools

MOORESVILLE – Mooresville Graded School District has selected Mooresville native Samone Graham as the next principal of Mooresville High School. Throughout her tenure, Graham has held both the MGSD Teacher of the Year and MGSD Assistant Principal of the Year titles. In 2018, she was the N.C. Southwest Region Teacher of the Year and finished in the top nine candidates […]

Cornhole competition generates thousands in battle against cancer

MOORESVILLE – Dozens of two-person teams, including a collection of current students, alumni and some parents, pitched in on Saturday morning to help make things just a little better for two local families coping with cancer diagnoses. Traditionally a Friday afternoon activity, the 2022 “Cornhole For Cancer” benefit at Coach Joe Popp Stadium on the Mooresville High School campus was […]

Friendly charter school battle benefits Make A Wish

MOORESVILE – Local schools Langtree Charter Academy and Pine Lake Prep united recently in a friendly competition designed to make a difference in their community. Members of the varsity softball teams at the schools wanted to do an event to positively impact the community and bring awareness of the needs of a regional nonprofit. Two of Langtree Charter’s teammates have […]

Survey, other input for Mooresville superintendent search

MOORESVILLE – Area residents have a week to weigh in on the search for a new Mooresville Graded School District superintendent. The MGSD Board of Education has hired the North Carolina School Boards Association to help facilitate the search for the district’s next superintendent, including seeking direct input from interested students, parents, other members of the community and staff to […]

Library’s Community Reads programs urges to ‘take care of you’

MOORESVILLE – During April, the Mooresville Public Library will sponsor its Community Reads program with a self-care theme, “Take Care of You.” A selection of nonfiction books focused on acceptance, encouragement, healing, mindfulness and motivation will be featured, in addition to Young Adult fiction books focused on loss, mental illness and suicide. Individual reading will be supplemented by a trail […]

Woodlawn’s STEAMfest to feature engaging hands-on activities

MOORESVILLE – Woodlawn School will host STEAMfest 2022 on its southern Mooresville campus on Sunday, April 3, from 1-5 p.m.  The mission of STEAMfest is to provide the entire community with a free opportunity to imagine, discover and explore topics in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). This year, STEAMfest will feature fun and engaging hands-on activities, including computer […]

Mooresville Graded School District superintendent announces retirement

MOORESVILLE – Dr. Stephen Mauney announced Wednesday his plans to retire as Superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District effective this summer. Mauney has spent 29 years of service in public education, all with MGSD. He began his career at Mooresville High School in 1993 as a history teacher and eventually worked his way up to be named superintendent in […]

Energy United selects local students as cooperative delegates

Lake Norman-area high school students have been selected as Energy United service-area participants in upcoming leadership programs. Patrick Oglesby of Huntersville and Madeline Hiteshue of Mooresville will both represent Energy United in Washington D.C. in June as delegates in the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour program. Additionally, the cooperative has selected Parker Ariail of Cornelius to represent Energy United in June […]


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