I am a Moore Lion
- MMS: Grade Level Weekly Assessment Guide
- Parent Resources
- Car Lines
- School Hours
- Suggestions Feedback
- Student Suggestions
- Student Shout-Outs
- Student Clubs
ARRIVAL: We have 3 carlines available to our parents:
8th grade carline (gymnasium entrance) is open to students at 7:30A.M.
7th grade carline (front of building) is open to students at 7:30A.M.
6th grade carline (right side of building) is open to students at 7:30A.M.
Students who ride in cars and daycare vans will be dismissed at 3:35 PM. Sixth grade car riders will be dismissed from the 6th grade carline located to the right of the school. Seventh grade students will be dismissed from the 7th grade carline located in the front of the building. 8th grade will be dismissed from the gymnasium entrance.
*Parents/Guardians--your suggestions/input are needed*
Throughout the school year, please feel free to complete this form with any suggestions/questions/etc. that you have with ways we can improve at Moore Middle School.
We value your feedback! You can complete this form as many times as you would like.
MMS Parent/Guardian Suggestions Form
- Beta Club
- Creative Writing
- Environmental Club
- FBLA Club
- Jazz Band
- Math Club
- Pep Club
- Spanish Club
- Student Council
- Ukulele Club
- You've Been Diced Club
Students read books and compete in a quiz bowl format against other middle schools in our district. Students who are interested can sign an interest form on the media center page of the school website. This is a 5 member TEAM so students will be chosen for it.
The National Beta Club strives to develop four main qualities in students: achievement, character, leadership, and service. Students must be invited to join, and invitations are sent out to qualifying sixth grade students at the end of the first quarter. Requirements for student admittance will be available at a later date.
Creative Writing Club
The Creative Writing Club is open to students interested in writing poetry, prose, plays, song lyrics, graphic novels, and other genres. The purpose of the Creative Writing Club is to provide a positive and productive atmosphere for developing student writers to integrate, learn, and grow. In addition, the organization will teach students to harness creativity effectively with a variety of different contests or workshops and exercises to benefit an individual's skill and competence as a writer. The Creative Writing Club's secondary purpose is to provide a focused forum in which students can build a professional writing resume. We will meet the 1st and 3rd Monday each month from 3:45 - 4:30 beginning September 20th.
Furture Business Leaders of America
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)-ML introduces and prepares students to the world of business. It is the largest business Career and Technical Organization in the world. Students will have an opportunity to explore a range of career skills as well as project-based learning experiences connected to business educational programs. Meeting time TBA.
The mission of the Pep Club is to support our sports teams by showing school spirit and sportsmanship. Our purpose is to show pride in our school and unify our athletes, student body, faculty and staff. Students must be energetic, outgoing, and willing to promote school spirit. Pep club will be responsible for helping organize/make:
banners for games
senior (8th grade) night
Meetings will be held every other Tuesday morning from 7:30am-8:00am
If you are interesting in joining Pep Club please click here and submit form.
Sponsors: Mr. Galindez
Students will research South and Central American countries, culture, food and important aspects of each country.
We will take a virtual trip to North America, Mexico, its culture, traditions and food.
How many countries speak Spanish?
we will research the answer...
Sponsors: Mrs. Kirven
Ukulions club will meet on Tuesday mornings from 7:30-8 for students who are intermediate and already know how to play.
Thursday mornings from 7:30-8 are for students who are new to playing.
First come first serve basis with a limit of 30 students. Please bring your own ukulele. Students need to see Dr. Kirven for sign up
Youve Been Diced!
We will meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month from 345-4:30 pm beginning September 16h.
The Diced Club is open to 15 students selected from applications. They will bring science into the kitchen by including chemistry skills during food competitions that will be judged by community members invited to the final competition.