"Harvest helped the citizens of Sandy Level plant a seed of hope and success for our youth through its grant. We are grateful for the support of Harvest. "
- Garrett Dillard, Founder - Concerned Citizens of Sandy Level
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Martinsville City Schools

www.martinsville.k12.va.us
Organization Information:
Executive Director: Pamela V. Heath, Superintendent
Phone: 276-403-5819
Fax: 276-403-5830
Office Address: 746 Indian Trail Martinsville, VA 24112
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5548 Martinsville, VA 24115
Email: pheath@martinsville.k12.va.us
Website: www.martinsville.k12.va.us

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.

Division Beliefs:

  • 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 $ 373,140 over 3 years to continue the K-12 Education Initiative and provide instructors with funds for professional development.  current grant
Apr 25, 2013 $ 300,000 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 $ 10,000 over 1 year to build a greenhouse at Albert Harris
Apr 22, 2010 $ 420,000 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 $ 160,000 over 1 year to the Martinsville City Public Schools to continue work for the K-12 Initiative.
Dec 14, 2006 $ 300,000 over 2 years for continuation implementation grant focused on enhancing and improving educational outcomes for all students utilizing
May 25, 2004 $ 630,000 over 3 years to implement a kindergarten through 12th grade literacy and math initiative.
Dec 9, 2003 $ 75,000 over 1 year to enable the district's six schools to begin addressing the performance of students in the areas of literacy and math.


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