Main Street Academy welcomes new SRO Michael Moore. Officer Moore comes to Main Street as a 9 year veteran of the WSPD.
Main Street Academy welcomes Vladimir Dimov as our new Technology Facilitator. Mr. Dimov will be working with Philo-Hill and Hanes Middle Schools during the 2015-16 school year as well.
Main Street Academy welcomes its new staff members for the 2015-16 school year including Sharonna Miller, High School English; Shaniqua Allen, High School Math; Roderick Fluellen, CIP EC Teacher, Miranda Jones, MS EC Resource Teacher; Ellen Gordon, Media Coordinator; Anne Herman, Media Assistant
Officer Michael Moore has been named as the School Resource Officer at Main Street Academy for the 2015-16 school year. Officer Moore is a veteran officer who has received several awards from the WSPD. He will assume his duties at the school on Monday, August 10, 2015.
Five Below is offering a 10% rebate to Main Street Academy for all purchases made between August 1-31, 2015 at their location at Hanes Point Shopping Center. Store hours are 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. on Monday through Saturday and 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. on Sunday. Contact them at 336-774-8642 if you have questions. Invitation Flyers are available at Main Street Academy and at Five Below.
Under the leadership of Garrett Davis, the Main Street Academy Leadership Academy is poised for a second year. During the 2014-15 school year, the Leadership Academy had 14 students complete the program. Several students have been selected to be the first members of the second class. For applications and information contact Mr. Davis, Transition Coordinator, at 703-4185.
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.