• Students at Main Street Academy will be visiting the Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro, N.C. on Friday, October 24, 2014. The cost of the trip is $10. The trip is sponsored by Ms. Marilyn Holder and the Social Studies Department.
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  • The PLAN test will be administered to all 10th Grade students on Tuesday, October 14 at 9:00 A.M. in Room 202. All 8th Grade students will take the EXPLORE test on Thursday, October 23. These tests are required of all students in the state of North Carolina.
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  •  Main Street Academy defeated the WSSU Lady Rams 58-57 in an exhibition basketball game on Friday, October 10. The program was attended by all MSA students and guests in the MSA Gym. Gevontae Morrison of MSA led all scorers with 18 points.
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  •  The Main Street Academy Title I Semi-Annual Parent Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 13, 2014 in the Media Center. Make plans now to attend. 
     
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  • Main Street Academy welcomes donations for our PBIS Student Store. Items needed include school supplies, snacks, and juices. Students are able to purchase items from the store on Friday with JAG Points earned during the week.
     
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  • The next meeting of the School Improvement Team for Main Street Academy for 2014-15 will meet on Tuesday,
    November 4, 2014 in the Media Center at 3:15 P.M. All staff members and parents are invited to attend.
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  • Middle School Language Arts teacher Sabrina McClure has been appointed as the new Teacher Advisory Council representative for Main Street Academy for 2014-15. She will attend her first meeting on September 24, 2014.
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  • MSA stuns WSSU Lady Rams

    Led by Genontae Morrison with 18 points and 11 rebounds, Main Street Academy defeated the WSSU Lady Rams on Friday afternoon in a special school assembly. Asst. Principal Lakeisha Hill organized the program with Winston-Salem State, who has partnered with the school for 2014-15 school year to mentor female students. Coach Brent David and Stephen Hickman, YO Director, coached the team to the win. The winning Jaguars' team members included Destinay Harris, C.J. Surles, Dante Thomas, Trevon Ross, Jharee Ingram, Daniel Leal, Messiah Alston, Ramel Hoosier, Dwayne Benekin, and Marcus Montgomery.

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  • Ensign James Barksdale, Officer in the U.S. Navy Visits MSA

    All male students at Main Street Academy attended a presentation on September 4 featuring Ensign James Barksdale, Officer in the U.S. Navy. Ensign Barksdale enlightened the students on his background, his career, and what it takes to become a military officer. He is the son-in-law of staff member Valarie Coplin. Ensign Barksdale challenged the students to complete their high school career and set high goals for the future.

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  • PBIS

    Main Street Academy is entering its second year as part of the PBIS program in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School District. Matrices which define the program are attached. Staff and students have applauded this program as very successful.

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  • Volunteer Corner

    Opportunities for volunteering and making a difference at Main Street Academy are now available. Our new Volunteer Coordinator is Nichelle Carroll. Please encourage your family, friends and community to register today at https://www.wsfcsvolunteers.com/

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