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Due to the Mooresville Christmas Parade this Tuesday, November 21, we are adjusting our early release times. Our buses cross over Main Street several times during their runs and we have had issues getting our middle and high school students delivered home and then getting back to pick up our younger students. The early release was originally going to be the normal K-6th grades at 1:12pm and 7-12th grades at 12:26pm. However, after careful consideration, we have decided to make the early release for this Tuesday only be K-6th grades 1:00pm and 7-12th grades 12:10pm. Again, due to the Christmas Parade and the resulting traffic, the MGSD early release times for this Tuesday will be adjusted to K-6th grades at 1:00pm and all 7-12th grades at 12:10pm. Please share this information and help us get the word out! Thank you!
Apprenticeship is one of the oldest methods of job training. This method is an industry driven education and career training program based on recognized industry standards. It is a means by which employers address current and projected employment needs. This program is a partnership among business, industry, education, North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL), parents and youth apprentices. Some apprenticeship characteristics are:
Use of a skilled journeyman to help instruct the apprentice.
Combination of classroom-related instruction with structured work-based learning.
Employment by an employer who has a direct need for trainees in the occupation.
Incremental pay scale that increases with skill and knowledge development.
Training of a highly skilled technician or craft person.
Appropriate for occupations that do not require a college degree but require a high level of skill and knowledge.
Registration by the North Carolina Department of Labor, Apprenticeship and Training Bureau. NCDOL provides free assistance to the employer and to the apprentice and certifies both the training program and the newly trained journeyman.