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Moore Newsletter November 2014 : Click Here.       /       Moore Groundbreaking Ceremony
Upcoming Events
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- D-FY-IT Dance
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
  Moore MST Hamburger Supper and Silent Auction  
 

Join us for our annual Moore MST Hamburger Supper and Silent Auction.  The event will be held on Tuesday, February 24, from 5:30-7:30 pm.  Dinner will be served from 5:30-6:30pm, leaving time to view the Science Fair displays and get in on the Silent Auction items being offered.  Outback Steakhouse has once again graciously agreed to partner with us to provide the wonderful burgers for the supper.  The cost is $5.00 for a burger basket that includes a burger, drink and chips.  Tickets will be sold at the door.  Come early, come hungry.  It is first come, first served.  If you would like to volunteer to help serve, sell tickets, etc.  contact Akua Smith – kairosconnect@aol.com.  We look forward to another great year. 

 
     
  Student Council Holiday Service  
 

During this holiday season, the Moore Student Council believes that it is important to take time to give back to our community.   This year, the student council partnered with the Salvation Army to participate in two important service projects.  First, on December 3rd and 4th, members of the Moore Student Council rang the bells outside of the Southeast Loop Brookshire’s from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  In addition to ringing the bells, the students sang Christmas carols and greeted everyone entering or leaving the store with a “Merry Christmas” and a “Have a good night”.  Over the course of two nights, we had over sixty people donate money to our bucket!  On December 5th, the eighth grade student council members took a field trip to the Broadway Square Mall to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  The boys were assigned a 5 year old boy and the girls were assigned a 5 year old girl.  Both groups were able to spend money they had earned from our student council penny bomb fundraiser last year.  In addition, many of the students contributed their own money to their shopping budget.  Both groups were able to purchase everything that was on their angels wants and needs lists, including purchasing each child a bicycle.  We want to thank all of our student council members and their parents for making both of these projects a huge success.
 

 

 
     
  The Gift of Literacy  
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  ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!  
 

It is time to begin thinking about UIL Academics!  We have several different events to participate in across all grades levels.  Please visit the teacher(s) listed below for the competition(s) you are interested in for more details.  Have more questions?  See Ms. Vullo (Room 1A) or Ms. Carter (Room 7C) for more help!

 

Math, Calculator, & Number Sense:  Ms. Vullo (Room 1A)

Prose & Poetry:  Mrs. Easterling (Portable 23)

Dictionary:  Ms. Jacobs (Portable 14)

Art:  Mr. Killian (Room 3C)

Science:  Mr. Magnuson (7th & 8th grade only) (Room 6D)

Listening & Impromptu:  Mr. Lathan (Room 3D)

Writing & Modern Oratory:  Mrs. Kimbrough (Portable 19)

Chess:  Mr. Martin (Portable 11)

Social Studies & Maps, Charts, & Graphs:  Mrs. Sheffield (Portable 3)

One-Act Play:  Mrs. Thorn-Leeson (Portable 4/Portable 8)

 
     
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