Congratulations to Jaykwon Hart for being named the February-March Student of the Month. He was nominated by three teachers for this honor sponsored by Hardee's. The nominating teachers were Ms. Valerie Coplin, Ms. Marilyn Holder, and Ms. Sandra Petty. Jaykwon is a student from Carver High School.
Transition Coordinator Garrett Davis will be instructing the Main Street Academy Leadership Academy during the Spring Semester in "Quest for Life" curriculum. Davis has welcomed several new students to the program to include Vanessa Gaza-Hernandez, Asaiah Rogers, and Tawnee Smith. The program is designed to help students prepare for the future including completion of high school requirements and a four-year college plan.
On November 13, 2014, Main Street Academy accepted a new corporate partner - Branded for Knowledge. Mr. Bobby Kimbrough, the founder of the concept, introduced the program to students and staff and presented shirts to the students to be worn on field trips to represent the school. Garrett Davis, Transition Coordinator, coordinated the project for the school. The program is just the beginning of the rewards for Main Street students from the Branded for knowledge program. A detailed article about the program can be found on the WSFCS District Website.
Main Street Academy is excited about the beginning of the after school tutoring program. Beginning the week of December 8, students may stay after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdaya to be tutored. Monday is Math and English/ Language Arts. Tuesday is Math. Thursday is Math and Science. Tutoring is from 3-4 P.M. Transportation is by city bus or parents may pick up the student at 4:00 P.M. Please encourage your student to attend.