Mount Airy Middle School- a 2014 School to Watch
Holiday Wreath Raffle Tickets
We are excited to begin selling raffle tickets on a beautiful holiday wreath, made by our very own AIG teacher, Sara George. All tickets are $1.00 and proceeds will help to purchase food for our Food Bank program. Tickets may be purchased at MAMS†in the front office from Mrs. Ashley Graham.†
MAMS Blood Drive
Mount Airy Middle School will be hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, December 4, 2014. Please join us as we help to support our community.†
November & December SWAG Calendar
We are excited to share a picture slideshow from our recent graduation, click below to see!†
We know that without the support of our parents, families, and community that our students would not be as successful. Thank you for helping our students reach this goal.
We wish the Class of 2018 much success as they move on to Mount Airy High School.†
**MAMS 2014 8th Grade Graduation**
Check out the latest MAMS 2014 Lip Dub located here on YouTube!
Students and staff of MAMS enjoy celebrating together!†
The MAMS Family wishes all students and staff a happy and relaxing summer break!†
Bunch Named NCASA Principal of the Year
Principal Susan Bunch has been named the NC Association for Scholastic Activities (NCASA) Principal of the Year! Her leadership for the 2013-2014 school year along with the hard work of her staff has labeled Mount Airy Middle School as being the "...most successful first year middle school ever!" Ten teams competed this year and earned MAMS a 5th place finish in the state. These accomplishments go to show that MAMS works to teach the whole child and that MACS is committed to creating innovators.
NCASA Recognized MAMS
NCASA recognized MAMS at their annual conference Monday presenting Principal Susan Bunch with the "2013-2014 NC School of Science and Mathematics Challenge Cup 5th place" award. MAMS ranked 5th overall in the state out of 67 middle schools, an incredible finish for a first year of competition!
Dr Greg Little presented Principal Susan Bunch
and MAMS with a bronze
School To Watch plaque for MAMS on
May 6, 2014 at the Board of Education meeting.
Doug Brady, President of NC Middle Level Education (NCMLE) and member of the state
Schools to Watch Committee was on hand for the celebration and presentation. (pictured)
MAMS Ranks As One of the Best in the Nation
Mount Airy City Schools is proud to announce that Mount Airy Middle School has been named a 2014 National School to Watch! This award designates MAMS as one of the best middle schools in the nation!
The National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform founded this award in 1999 for middle schools that have academic excellence. Many middle schools are often strong in some areas but few are strong in all areas. This award works to identify schools that intersect and are strong in all areas using qualitative and quantitative data. The Forum requires an intense visit of interviews, observation and data collection for this award.
“Schools to Watch is doing absolutely invaluable work in the middle grades. You are helping to lead the field in middle grade reform—and as a nation, we do far too little to celebrate success in education.”
-Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education
Click here to read the full press release.
Ms. Bunch and SGA members
Elizabeth Marion - President
Simon Cawley - Vice-President
Nabyant Wagoner - Treasurer
Maggie Cooke - Secretary
Meredith Marion - Reporter
Reece Watson - Sergeant at Arms