The Martinsville City Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning is committed to the school division mission: “Learning for All: Whatever it Takes.” Our division mission, beliefs, and goals guide our actions.
All children are unique individuals with special gifts and talents.
Teaching is hard work in an organization where all children are expected to learn at high levels.
All people in the organization, both children and adults, are to be valued and respected.
Risk-taking, problem-solving, teamwork, creativity, and a sense of humor are traits we embrace.
The community is our “customer” and ideas and opinions are valued and acted upon.
We recognize that a positive relationship between adults and students is vital to the learning process.
Grants Awarded to Martinsville City Schools:
Jul 1, 2015
over 3 years to continue the K-12 Education Initiative and provide instructors with funds for professional development. current grant
Apr 25, 2013
over 2 years to Martinsville City Public Schools for the K-12 Initiative Phase II aimed at increasing student Advanced standardized test scores, increasing AP student enrollment, and to provide professional development for teachers and administrators.
Mar 8, 2013
over 1 year to build a greenhouse at Albert Harris
Apr 22, 2010
over 3 years to Martinsville City Public Schools for the K-12 Initiative Phase II aimed at increasing student Advanced standardized test scores, increasing AP student enrollment, and to provide professional development for teachers and administrators.
Mar 26, 2009
over 1 year to the Martinsville City Public Schools to continue work for the K-12 Initiative.
Dec 14, 2006
over 2 years for continuation implementation grant focused on enhancing and improving educational outcomes for all students utilizing
May 25, 2004
over 3 years to implement a kindergarten through 12th grade literacy and math initiative.
Dec 9, 2003
over 1 year to enable the district's six schools to begin addressing the performance of students in the areas of literacy and math.