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Important Dates:

Early Release this FRIDAY, December 22nd at 12:30 PM for Christmas Break!

Christmas Break:
December 25th- January 8th

3rd Grade Christmas Program
Thursday, Dec. 21st: 6:30 PM for parents
Friday, Dec. 22nd for student body

Fourth grade students at Moselle Elementary were treated to a visit from Mississippi Power Company as part of their energy efficiency education program.  Students listened to a presentation on how to reduce consumption by preventing unnecessary waste, and they were given a "toolkit" to take home to share with their families.  As part of this outreach, fourth grade teachers were also given a $250.00 educational grant to share for educational supplies.

MS Power visitor talking in front of classroom MS power associate talking in front of classroom
Student pouring in vinegar to a volcano Girl pouring in vinegar into a volcano she made Students in Mrs. Odom's 5th grade class completed a study on Volcanoes. They presented information learned to the class and as a culminating activity they made "erupting" volcanoes.
Student with finished volcano Student errupting his volcano Hands-on science in the classroom makes for smiles all around!
Student Council members attended the annual Student Council Conference at JCJC where they learned what it takes to become great leaders. They also participated in many different activities on leadership and group work.

Group of student council members
Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Ledlow teacher picture Mrs. Ledlow and Mrs. Jenkins were named recipients of clasroom grants provided by MPE-Mississippi Professional Educators for 2017. Way to go teachers!!!
kindergarteners at table eating apples kindergartner girl eating apple

Mrs. Webb's Kindergarten class is studying a unit on apples/Johnny Appleseed for the next several weeks. They kicked off their unit with an apple tasting. Students tasted Red Delicious apples, Granny Smith apples, and Golden Delicious apples. After everyone had sampled the apples, the students chose which apple was their favorite. The students then graphed their results. Through the apple tasting, students were also learning about the parts of the apple.

May the FORCE be with you... or atleast the Moselle PTO! Mr. Brown promised to dress like a Jedi if there were more than 100 adults at our first PTO meeting that was held last month. Well... way to go Moselle students and parents!

Asst. principal Mark Brown in Jedi costume





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