The Moore School District, in conjunction with the Central Montana Learning Resource Center Cooperative, E.C.I., and Head Start, will be sponsoring a free preschool clinic at the school for children ages birth to prekindergarten on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. Children ages 3-5 years will have their hearing, vision, speech/language and development screened. The Ages and Stages Questionnaire will be administered to children birth to 5 years to help gauge the child’s development and potential problems. In addition to the screening, E.C.I. will coordinate with the individual schools for children ages birth to 35 months. At the conclusion, results of all applied screenings and interpretation of the questionnaire will be discussed with the parents.
For children eligible to enroll in kindergarten in the fall, an academic screener will also be conducted. Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to see that their children take part in this screening to identify possible problem areas for their child. Appointments will be scheduled from 9-11:30, please call the school at 406-374-2231.
Report cards will be available to pick up in the office during Parent/Teacher Conferences on Thursday, November 2, from 2-7. Those not picked up will be mailed out on November 6.
Packets went home today for our clinic on 10/3/17. Please complete and send back to the office if you wish your child to receive shots.
Mid-Term grades are going out in today's mail. Included are test results from last spring's testing depending on what grade your student was in last year. You will also find a copy of our Meal Charge Policy. Thank You.
As you get the student packets completed, please drop them off in the office. Thank You!
I was raised on the Olsen Ranch and attended K-12 grade here at Moore Public School! I received my AA Degree in Business Administration from the College of Technology in Billings. I moved to Sidney, with my husband Travis, after college and lived there until 2011 when we moved back here. My daughter Adysen is a 5th grader and my son Benjamin is a 2nd grader here at Moore. I love that my job keeps me close with my kids!