• Free tutoring is now available as follows: High School (Daily by subject) - 1:12 - 1:35 P.M. ; Middle School (Daily by subject) - 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. After school tutoring will begin in November. 
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  • Main Street Academy has begun the new "Take Home Tuesday" folder program. All parents should read the contents, sign, and return the folder to school on Wednesday. Students receive JAG Points for complying with the procedure.
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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 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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  • Leadership Academy

    Twelve (12) students currently make up the first class of the Main Street Academy Leadership Academy. The Leadership Class is instructed in the first semester by Coach Brent David. The class has experienced anumber of special activities including field trips and guest speakers.

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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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