2nd Quarter Honor Roll
Congratulations to the students that made high honor roll by receiving a 3.5 or higher and those that made the honor roll by receiving a 3.0 to 3.49. Students are listed below:
High Honor Roll (3.5 - 4.0)
Honor Roll (3.4-3.0)
High Honor Roll (3.5 - 4.0)
Honor Roll (3.4-3.0)
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD ACADEMIC ALL TEAM AWARD Fall 2017-2018
Honorees The MHSA/Army National Guard Academic All Team Award is given to the top varsity team that exhibit outstanding academic achievement during the school year’s first quarter of play for that to each MHSA schools’ classification (AA, A, B and C). MHSA member schools calculate their students’ accumulative average for the award. Fall selections are determined using only students who have participated in first quarter activities including Cross County, Football, Soccer, and Volleyball.
CLASS C VOLLEYBALL School Average GPA Winner
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 3.945
Congratulations to those students that make academics a priority.
WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL
TEAMWORK - EXCELLENCE – ATTITUDE
SUPERINTENDENT’S BACK TO SCHOOL LETTER
Whether you are a newcomer or a returning student, we welcome you to the 2017-2018 school years. As we look toward greeting all students this coming school year, we anticipate this as being an exciting year in Moore School. We have exceptional teachers as well as classified staff. Our team is excited about the privilege of working with your children, and we continue to develop ways to improve the quality of education your students receive in Moore School. We are focusing on making the best in resources and training available to our staff to assist them in their teaching, and we are committed to knowing the needs of your students so that we can take them from where they are in their learning and assist in moving them to where they need to be to graduate and become successful lifelong learners and citizens. While we continue to work to challenge our students and to enhance student achievement, we may periodically make operational and policy changes to enhance student safety, enrich the learning environment or to keep the focus on our mission. As a school leader, I will work to keep you informed of our efforts, such as new policy changes and updates. One of the biggest factors in the overall success of our students and our district will always be our ability to work in partnership with our parents and the community. We hope that you feel welcome in our school and that you will take advantage of opportunities to become involved, to learn more about your school district and to be a part of the many things that are taking place. We have a variety of information available on our Facebook page and soon our Website in hopes that we might improve our communication with our constituents and parents. We will be launching our new website and will send out the address in the first Bulldogs Bark and it will also be found on the Moore Facebook page.
Our staff has accepted the challenge of providing appropriate and timely information about
our school and programs. Please visit the individual teacher's webpage that will be available once the website is launched.
We will also have our monthly newsletter for you to access.
One main policy that has changed:
Again, welcome and welcome back!
Denise Chrest, Superintendent
Moore Public Schools
By: Supt. Chrest
Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day
Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day Make sure that you feed your child a healthy breakfast before sending him/her off to school. It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast helps your child’s memory, attention span, concentration, and disposition. Some quick and easy breakfast ideas include: fruit and cheese or yogurt with fruit, and oatmeal.
Good Study Skills
Help your child be more focused in their studies.There are many things you can do to help your child have good study habits.
Improving Your Child’s Confidence
We all want to raise children who have confidence and high self-esteem. However, sometimes we’re not sure how to help. Some simple ideas that really make a difference include: 1. Giving your children responsibility. It makes them feel mature and needed. 2. Identifying and encouraging your children’s talents. 3. Talking and listening to your children daily. It makes them feel valued.
Being Prepared for the Weather
Just a reminder as the cold weather approaches to remember hats, gloves, coats, and boots. It’s better to be prepared and not need them than to not have them. If there is snow on the ground, the students have to stay on the sidewalk or blacktop if they don’t have boots. All students will go outside for recesses unless they have a doctor’s note that states they need to stay inside--no exceptions. We will not take students outside if it is below zero whether it’s based on temperature and/or wind chill.
I graduated from NMC (Northern Montana College) in Havre, MT with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in Physical Education and Health. After teaching for 21 years, I received my Master’s of Education Leadership (Superintendent & Principal) Degree.
Currently I am the Superintendent of Moore Public Schools and have been here for 8 years. I am also the Lead TCT Administrator.
I love what I do and enjoy every day here at the Moore School. Our goal here is to help each child achieve to the best of their ability.