Moore Middle School

Excellence in Education

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  • 11/18/19


    Student Bulletin

    November 18, 2019

    Rotation:  3-4-5-6-1-2




    Attn. all Monarchs:  The 6th annual Redlands Turkey Trot will be held on Thanksgiving day, November 28th at Sylvan Park.  If you would like to participate you can register at  The school with the most participants will receive money for their school.  Scholarships are available for school-aged children.


    Attn. 8th grade girls:  STEM Conference signups are coming soon. The 2020 STEM conference will be held on Wednesday, February 26th at the University of Redlands.  This conference offers a day full of interesting ideas for your future!  Spend the day at the U of R and get a firsthand view of college. You will also get the chance to listen to successful women who use their Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education in a variety of interesting and rewarding careers.


    Attn. CJSF members: Our monthly meeting is the third Tuesday of the month, so November’s meeting is tomorrow in K2 at 8:15.  You can turn in your community service hours tomorrow, or at the December meeting.  Next month, due to winter break, we will be meeting on the second Tuesday Dec. 10th. 


    Ski Club - There are no more spots available.   You will be put on a waiting list if you turn an application in.   We must have at least 45 more students sign up, to have another bus added.


    Attention all 7th graders - don't forget to be collecting those See's Candy orders this week and next!  After all, everyone loves chocolate!  Remember, proceeds go toward the Renaissance Fair and other fun activities - thank you for doing your part to help raise funds for our class!


    Are you hungry for Chipotle? So are we!! Please support Science Club by eating at Chipotle on Orange Street tomorrow from 4:00 to 8:00. Get a flier from your science teacher or tell them you are supporting Moore Science.


    First lunch intra-mural playoff game will be between the Supreme Paninis and the Joes. 

    We're putting on a show! Come see your friends from the Performing Arts elective class present "Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility." It'll be a night of laughs as you see what superheroes do when they're NOT saving the world. Performances are this Wednesday and Thursday at 7:00 each night. Students and staff are free! Hope to see you there



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Daily Schedule

  • Regular Day 8:45am - 3:15pm

    Min. Day
    8:45am - 12:40pm
    (Aug. 21, 22, Sept. 25, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, Jan. 29, Feb. 26, Apr. 22, May 20, Jun. 4)
    Students are allowed on campus at 8:15 AM

    Breakfast is served from 8:15 AM to 8:40 AM

    Office Hours 7:00am - 4:00pm

    Office Phone Number 909-307-5440
    School Fax Number 909-307-5453


  • 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:

    • 2016-2017 California Gold Ribbon Award
    • 2015 Honor Roll School
    • 2014 Honor Roll School
    • 2013 Honor Roll School
    • 2012 Honor Roll School
    • 1996 California Distinguished School
    • 1988 California Distinguished School

    Through this portal, families can access multiple links for information and resources for our school, such as:

    • ARIES Parent Portal
    • Individual Teachers’ Web Pages
    • School Calendar
    • Access to Moore’s Social Media Page on Twitter
    • Information on School Clubs and Programs such as AVID, GATE, and CJSF

    Thank you for visiting our webpage!  Our staff welcomes any questions, concerns, or ideas families may have.  Please feel free to contact us!

    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! 

Principal's Corner

  • 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

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