705 NW Ayersville Road | Madison, NC | 336.548.4780

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New Vision became Rockingham County’s first and only magnet school in 2003. We are the only school in the county that follows a year round calendar. The academic focus of our elementary magnet school is technology, science and mathematics. By integrating math, science and technology into all subject areas, students are exposed to real world instruction and learning experiences. Teaching and learning is geared towards how students will apply mathematics or scientific concepts to solve problems in each content area. They use 21st century technology to access and present information in Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science and Cultural Arts. Students learn to make connections between music, math, between movement and memory, but more importantly, they learn to make meaningful connections between themselves and the world around them.
 
Grades Served: K-5th
Mascot: Lightning Bolts
Colors: Navy & Yellow
School Hours: 7:00-2:30
Office Hours:  7:15-4:15
Staff Hours: 7:05-3:05 
 
Number of Students:   341
White                                   285
Multi                                                 8
African-American                        28
Hispanic                                  16
American Indian                           0
Asian                                      2
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander   2 
 
Meal Prices
Student breakfast     $2.00
Student lunch               $3.00
Adult Lunch            $3.75      
Milk                   $0.75
 
ABC Results:
2001-02  Met Expectations School of Distinction
2002-03  Met Expectations School of Distinction
2003-04  Met Expectations-NC Honors School of Excellence
2004-05  Met Expectations-NC Honors School of Excellence
2005-06  Not recognized
2006-07  Met Expectations
2007-08  High Growth
2008-09  Met Expectations-High Growth
2009-10  High Growth and School of Distinction
2010-11  High Growth and School of Distinction
2011-12  Met Reading & Math Targets 82.2 % Proficient
2012-13  Met Growth in Reading, Met Growth in Science
2013-14  Met all targets and Exceeded Growth
2014-15   Met all targets
2015-16 
Last Modified on August 4, 2016
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