MHS Carnival by Ty Stonehouse
Mooresville High School is holding a carnival that is centered towards students and children that have certain mental and physical disabilities. The fair, in the past, has been very successful and the kids absolutely loved it. Last year, the fair was held for the first time and had a wonderful turnout.
For parents, the fair provided a safe place for their children to enjoy the social environment, and at the same time hold happiness and excitement for them. There are even more benefits for the children’s parents. The fair provides many booths and stops along the way to show parents designs, and helpful necessities to create a better environment for their children at home.
Mooresville High School’s special needs teacher, Melissa Bell, loved the way the fair went last year and the environment it created for not only her students but others as well.
“I love that we are able to give parents a one-stop-shop for great prices, and at the same time letting their kids have a positive environment to have fun,” Bell said.
“My students had a blast last year and felt like they finally had a place to come and be social while at the same time, having an enjoyable, and positive environment,” Bell said.
The fair will be held on March 11, 2023, at Mooresville High School from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
|Photo Submitted by Alicia Richhart|