Give5Read5
Give 5 Read 5

MCS encourages its community to donate new or gently used books for K-5 students, so every elementary school student has five books to take home at the end of the school year.
 
Books can be dropped off at any elementary school or the central office, 5277 Hwy. 15-501 South, Carthage, before May 20.
 
For information, please visit #Give5Read5

STEM
4th Annual Summer STEM Camp

Summer STEM Camp is a fun opportunity for students to learn science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts in a very hands-on way, taught by great MCS teachers over a 4-day program. Campers will learn robotics, 3D modeling, video game creation, coding and more.
  • Who: Rising Moore County 3rd - 8th graders
  • When: 8 am - 3:15 pm, June 20-23 at Southern Middle School or
    July 11-14 at Elise Middle School
  • Cost: $160, includes lunches, snacks and a t-shirt
Download the Summer STEM Camp Flyer and visit www.ncmcs.org/STEMCamp to register.

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Summer Programs
For information about summer camps offered at our high schools, and local libraries, visit www.ncmcs.org/SummerPrograms


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