Have you ever said to your teenager, "Why don't you ever bring any work home? How did you do on that English essay?" Then you get responses like, "Fine. I don't have any homework." Well, I'm excited to have students using Seesaw this year as their digital portfolios. Parents can access these portfolios and see their child's work! I'm new to this program, so I'd love to hear your feedback on the new digital portfolio.
For more information google "Seesaw" and I'll insert a link here in the near future!
HS HPE and 7/8 HPE
3-ring binder or folder with loose leaf paper—NO spiral notebooks, please!
Pen or pencil
Tennis shoes to be worn on gym floor only
Outside tennis shoes—to be used occasionally
Gym shorts (sometimes sweats for outside)
T-shirt (sometimes sweatshirt for outside)
National Honor Society functions on the four principles of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
Membership is open to qualified sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Selection takes place at the beginning of the current year's fourth quarter. *Please see the Moore School Handbook for an outline of selection procedures and more detailed explanation of membership requirements.
NHS members must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher.
NHS Scholarship Application
Scholarship applications for National Honor Society seniors in good standing are due February 1, 2017. Visit the NHS Scholarship FAQ to get answers to questions or email email@example.com .
Wreath sales--Wreath sales occur annually from the end of October until the middle of November. Wreaths are made locally by David Murnion and sold and delivered by NHS and the Class of 2021 members.
Valentine Crush sales-- Beginning February 1 and ending February 13, NHS members sell Crush pop to be delivered to a special someone on Valentine's Day. A small tag and ribbon accompany the pop. See an NHS member if you are interested in purchasing.
Pennies for Patients
Moore National Honor Society led a Leukemia/Lymphoma Foundation fundraiser, Pennies for Patients, in November 2016. Our school raised $556.26 to help children and adults who are fighting blood cancer. Look for our group to continue this service every other year if you are interested in contributing.
NHS members recycle aluminum cans as a service to our school and community. Please use the blue can recycling bins you see in the school, at Moore Farmer's Oil, and Peavey.
To help beautify our school grounds, the NHS members partner with Mrs. Brown's class to plant (and take care of) flowers below the school marquee signs.
Each NHS member is required to perform an individual service, which speaks to members' characters as students choose and manage their own projects. The following is a list of members' projects for 2016-2017: three members are CMYMP mentors; two members clean the school vehicles; one member organizes, collects, and mails in box tops; one member works with a young child in Lewistown; one member shovels for his neighbor; one member takes care of the plants and flowers NHS plants around the school; one member helps out at Horizon Vet.
This is a great group that diligently puts forth the time and effort needed for service despite their busy schedules.
I graduated from Montana State University Billings in the spring of 2002 with a major in English education and a minor in health enhancement. I have been teaching in Moore, English and health/p.e., for fifteen years. I advise the National Honor Society, the Class of 2021, and am in charge of the junior high/high school ski trips.
My husband Scott has been selling insurance for the past twelve years in Lewistown. His business is Baldy View Crop Insurance. We have three children, ages twelve, nine, and four. Our days pass quickly with family activities like camping, baseball, basketball, swim team, running, motorbiking, and snowmobiling.