Can’d Aid Foundation and the Steep Canyon Rangers graced us with an awesome performance and surprised us with 7 new trumpets and 4 saxophones! Everyone had a blast and our young musicians are already making good use of the generous instrument donation.
Our students have loved playing board games at lunch. If you have an Apples to Apples or Battleship game collecting dust at home, please consider donating it to our school.
Interested in Montford North Star Academy for the 2018-2019 school year? Come check us out at these upcoming events: ACS Secondary Promotional Nights Jan. 18, Jan. 23, (Jan 30 snow date) 6-8pm Wesley Grant Center MNSA Open House–Jan. 25th 5:30-6:30pm Media Center Family Drop In Tours–Feb. 12-16th, 9-9:45am (please arrive by 8:55am)
This holiday celebration is the brain child of a team of students who came up with the idea, prepared a proposal for approval by Ms Baggett and executed the event. Tables celebrating various holiday traditions were on display. Students had the option to participate in a “crazy sweater contest” with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place...
Our pre-holiday staff appreciation luncheon was a success. A hot lunch, thank you notes, treats and gifts cards were enjoyed by all. Thanks to all who donated food, time and gifts to show our teachers, principal and support staff we appreciate all they do for our kids.
Thanks to everyone that came out to our Fall Family Dinner. It was great to see lots of friendly faces and meet parents, students and staff of MNSA. The food was generously donated by a few of our Community Partners (Marco’s Pizzeria, Nine Mile, Roots, and Olive Garden) with a parents throwing in drinks and...
Our goal is to create incentives that promote positive behaviors and reward students who stand out as leaders. Money will go towards small prizes, gift cards and fun assembly events throughout the year.
Our dedicated teachers go above and beyond every day. Let’s help teachers and their students by creating a fund they can use to add to their classroom learning environments without paying out-of-pocket.
Ensure that your child’s education stays up-to-date with the fast-paced world of technology. More classroom tools also means smaller working groups with increased, hands-on learning time for each student.