Archive for October, 2016
October 21st, 2016

Being principled is one of our IB learner profiles and students in Miss Cummins’ kindergarten class were rewarded today for being just that! Principled means being fair and honest. Someone who is principled always follows the rules. Students demonstrating Moore’s learner profiles in Miss Cummins class are given a badge to wear announcing I AM … Read more »

October 13th, 2016

Mrs. Jackson’s fourth graders held an Identity Fair on October 6, 2016 in the Media Center. They showcased evidence of how they are each different yet connected to others. Students shared a personal narrative, a poem, their silhouettes, and their initial with fellow Moore students and staff. Each student also wore a unique t-shirt created … Read more »

October 7th, 2016

We can hardly believe how well our garden grew this year but the garden season has come to an end. Moore celebrated a successful harvest with a Family Garden Night. Parents and siblings were invited to Moore on September 29th to help spread the final layer of mulch and try some treats made with vegetables … Read more »

October 7th, 2016

Friday October 6th marks the end Custodian Appreciation Week. Kudos to custodians across the district for taking such good care of our schools! We can’t imagine our buildings without them. At Moore we are so lucky to have Mr. Cory as our chief custodian. He is always responsive and such a hard worker! The kids … Read more »

October 7th, 2016

Students on Mrs. Askvig’s and Ms. Singer’s second grade classes are learning about jobs in our community and all the ways that those people keep us safe. In late September police officers from the Des Moines Police Department came to share what it is like to work as an officer. Students had the opportunity to … Read more »

October 6th, 2016

Fifth graders in Ms. Winders fifth grade class have started the new school year off by partnering with residents of Beaverdale Estates. Residents graciously welcomed student into their home where both parties learned a great deal about each other. We are so grateful that they have agreed to mentor our fifth graders. There is a … Read more »