8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Moore Marching Band Recruiting @ Elementary Schools
8:45 AM - 11:40 AM Moore 3rd Quarter Awards Assemblies
6:00 PM Moore Evening w/McCue in K2
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Board Meeting
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM Moore Jazz Band Practice
8:45 AM - 3:15 PM Moore 6th Graders to Science Center
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM Moore 7th Grade Renaissance Fair
Welcome to Moore Middle School PTSA! I am Bronwyn Petersen and I am the President of Moore Middle School PTSA for the new 2017-2018 school year. The Parent Teacher Student Association is a bit different from the Parent Teacher Association in that it includes STUDENTS in the Association. This fact is something that our board is particularly focused on this year and we want to encourage you AND your students to join our PTSA. In fact, our very first service event of this school year involved nearly 20 of our amazing students who helped prepare the Back-to-School Information mailers you already received. It was fun and productive and we invite you and your student to join us this year! Our membership fee remains at $10.00 this year and membership comes with many opportunities and yes--perks! Join and find out what they are!! You can join at Open House!! Just find us at the PTSA membership booth!
Welcome to Moore Middle School! Home of the Monarchs!
Moore Middle School has been empowering students academically since 1966. We welcome all students with open hearts and minds. Moore Middle School was built to replace Redlands Junior High School. Its first full year of operation was in 1966-67. It is one of the finest schools in the San Bernardino County and prides itself on excellence.
Moore Middle School is dedicated to supporting all students to become motivated to be accountable to the highest standards, have access to academic and positive social support, and rise to the challenge of becoming self-sufficient, college- and career- ready, life-long learners who respect and support their community.
The hard-working, dedicated staff recognizes the seriousness of educating young people to be life-long learners and competitive in a global economy. The entire staff sees itself as a team in partnership with parents and our local community to provide quality, standards-based instruction for all students within an educational environment where caring for and supporting young people is paramount. All staff members recognize and model appropriate, dignity-building interactions with students with the students' academic and emotional development as a primary focus. The staff is dedicated to addressing students' needs and makes a tremendous effort to identify special needs students as early as possible and provide strategies/interventions to address the needs of all children. Additionally, the staff is committed to involving parents in their child's education through the use of regular methods of communication. We believe the parent is a child's first and most important teacher. The staff takes the school's motto seriously and continues to strive to meet the unique needs of middle school students.
Since we opened our doors, Moore Middle School has garnered multiple awards, including:
Through this portal, families can access multiple links for information and resources for our school, such as:
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Monarch: a ruler or leader, much like the lion. In folklore and fable, the lion is king of beasts. Moore Middle School students lead the way through courage, strength, and pride!
Welcome to Moore Middle School, home of the Monarchs!
Established in 1966, Moore Middle School prides itself in being a school where students are supported and celebrated both academically and socially. Our hard-working and dedicated staff is committed to a positive partnership with our families and community, and we work daily to ensure our students receive the highest quality instruction that encourages problem-solving, creative thinking, communication skills and high level-questioning. At Moore we recognize that every student is an individual, and we are proud of our commitment and communication between our staff and families to ensure each student has the support they need for success.
When I joined the Moore community in 2016, I knew I was home. I am extremely proud of the community of staff and students and the hard work they do. We most recently were awarded the Gold Ribbon Award by the state of California for our collaboration efforts and planning designed to benefit students. We are also a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) school, and we are committed to promoting our three core values of Effort, Kindness, and Respect. We offer many programs, such as after-school tutoring and intervention support, to promote effort and success. We are proud to be a safe place for students to grow and become contributing members of our community.
In addition to academic supports, we have a variety of clubs and activities to connect students to school. Our M-Power club is dedicated to stopping bullying, and our Interact Club is committed to community service. Students are also involved in Running Club, Drama Club, JAM-BC (Bible Club), Speech and Debate, Science Olympiad, STEM, AVID, ASB, and WEB (Where Everybody Belongs). I believe that there is a place for everyone at Moore, and we are dedicated to each and every student.
I would love to answer any questions you have about our amazing school, or simply say hello! Please feel free to call, email, or stop by. I look forward to meeting you! GO MONARCHS!
Maisie McCue, Principal
MOORE MIDDLE SCHOOL
April 19, 2018
Attention all 7th graders! Since you have been studying the Renaissance era now the Renaissance era is coming to you! We will be having a Renaissance Fair on Monday April 30th. Donations and slips are due Friday April 27th. Turn them in to Ms. Jewell in E-1 if you are a Zebra or Mr. Swiderski in E-7 if you are a Giraffe. Can't wait to see you there! Huzzah!
Are you interested in taking Advanced Performing Arts as your yearlong elective next year? Swing by the counseling office to pick up an application. You must complete the packet, have two teacher recommendations, and prepare a monologue to perform. Applications are due tomorrow by 4:00, April 20th in the counseling office.
The 10th annual Community Day of Service will be held on Saturday, April 28th beginning @ 9:00 a.m. Bring your family and friends there are projects for all ages! The project at 5th & Dearborn will consist of planting trees. This project is sponsored by Rotary International.
Future WEB leaders... Next year WEB will be offered as an elective as well as the club. The elective students will be a part of the club, but then will be planning and teaching lessons about middle school issues to the sixth grade classes in teams. This is for students looking to make a positive impact and help our sixth graders' transition into middle school easier. You can do WEB elective and another elective if you sign up for zero period PE. The club is for students who have their electives already but are still interested in participating in the orientation and being a WEB leader around campus. Any students interested in the club or the elective must pick a WEB application in the counseling or administration office and return by tomorrow April 20th.
Applications for Advanced STEM: 6th and 7th graders interested in applying for the year-long Advanced STEM course should pick up an application in the Counseling Center. Applications are due to the Counseling Center by 4:00 p.m. on Friday April 27th. Only complete and on-time applications will be considered.
Attn. current Moore 6th & 7th grade students: be a part of Moore’s history - help design the cover for the 2018-19 student agenda! Once again, Moore’s student agenda will feature a cover designed specifically by a current Moore student. Remember the selected artwork will represent Moore throughout the district and in the homes of all Moore Students. All submissions should be made to Mrs. McCue no later than 4:00pm tomorrow April 20th. Teachers and students will participate in the judging of the artwork on the April 25th and 26th. Finally, the winning artwork will be announced on Friday, May 4th! Prizes will be given to first through third place, and the winner will have his or her name on the front cover on the 2018-19 Student Agenda! Good luck!!
Quote of the day: The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.