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Important Dates:

No School, Monday- January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day

MES Top 5 were announced for the 2018-2019 school year. They are 6th graders:
B. Grimaldo, O.Phillips, C. Pierce, S.Shoemake, and W.Davis
top 5 6th graders for 2019
6th grade science club students Science Club is a new club this year at MES. Students in 5th & 6th grade applied for membership and if chosen were asked to join. Students stay after school once a month and complete science and STEM activities. 5th grade science club students
5th grade star reach student country projects

Students in Star Reach held a "Country Fair" where they displayed information they learned about a country of interest. Students worked in groups to complete assigned tasks.

 

Students participated in a Move to Learn pep rally. Move to Learn encourages movement while learning to get the body and mind ready to tackle new concepts.
collage of students "moving to learn"
October Teacher and Faculty Member of the Month:
6th grade teacher: Mrs. Cutrer and Assistant teacher: Mrs. Jessica Patterson
Mrs. Cutrer 6th grade teacher picture jessica patterson assistant teacher

Mr. Coty Shoemake has been announced as
Moselle Elementary's Teacher of the Year!
Way to go Mr. Shoemake! We are all so proud to have you on staff at MES!

coty shoemake teacher of the year

November Teacher and Faculty Members of the month: Coty Shoemake & Beth Yates
coty shoemake 6th grade teacher beth yates cafeteria manager
Teachers got their "groove on" at the Pledge For Hope Fun Run. Students recived pledges to run laps at the Fun Run to help support fundraising efforts to purchase playground equipment! teachers high fiving
   
christmas gifts Junior Beta members visited a local nursing home to sing Christmas carols and to bring presents to their residents! Everyone received a little Christmas cheer!
junior beta club students singing carols
junior beta members singing carols at nursing home
Student in Mrs. Atkinson's PreK class
investigated pumpkins. They looked at the
pulp and counted seeds, and helped carve the pumpkins. Jr. Beta Club members helped with the project.
PreK students sitting around a pumpkin
PreK students adn 2 beta club members carving pumpkins
Prek students with hands in pumpkin
jessica hall, rachel stringer, noemi hernandez teachers of the month for october pic Teachers & Faculty of the month for October:
Jesica Hall
Rachel Stringer
Noemi Hernandez

Teacher & Faculty of the month for September:
Malinda Black
Tonya Jensen


Malinda Black and Tonya Jensen Faculty of the month picture
Room full of 6th graders and counselor up front speaking 6th Star Reach students listen carefully as the counselor at Moselle, Katie Robinson, discusses with them about college and career readiness. This is part of a Life Skills unit in Star Reach that includes: setting goals, leadership, colleges, career choices, and money management.
Students in 5th grade Star Reach are studying archaeology. They are assuming the role of archaeologists as they grid, excavate, and mend artifacts from a "dig" site. Students will then analyze the artifacts and interpret what type of lives the "people" may have lead based on what they found. Two 5th grade girl students digging in dirt
Three boys digging in dirt
Three girls digging in dirt looking for artifacts

 

 

 

 






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