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Moore Intermediate School
Transcript of Moore Intermediate School
Assistant Principal: Ann Valerie
Assistant Principal: Chris Haynes
Tara Newton Current Home of the Eagles! Technology Moore Offers: SMART Boards
SMART Response Systems
iPod Touch and iPad Carts
Computer Labs (2)
Apple MacBook Pro
Digital Projectors Clubs: Morning show
Art-5th & 6th
Good News Office Personnel: Mrs. Lane - Media Specialist
Mrs. King - Guidance Counselor
Mr. Eader - Behavior Health Counselor
Ms. Knight - Technology Coach
Mrs. Lloyd-Parent Liason Morning Show: They provide the morning news to the students of Moore Intermediate. This generally includes birthdays, AR point clubs, character word announcements, club reminders, and information on upcoming events at our school. This club meets from 2:10-3:15 in Mrs. McCumber's classroom. Art Clubs: There are two separate art clubs led by Mrs. Duncan- one for 5th and one for 6th. They work on educational art projects that they do not get to do in our regular classrooms. Fifth grade meets in the art room on Mondays, and sixth grade meets in the art room on Wednesdays. Both clubs meet from 2:15-4:00. Chorus These dedicated singers meet after school on Mondays from 2:10-3:10 in the music room, led by Mrs. Welch. They also perform well rehearsed songs at various locations, including events here at Moore and at Magnolia Mall. They must wear their "uniforms" (black pants and white shirts) for all performances. Environmental Club They are a group of students who meet after school on Wednesdays, every week in Mrs. Taylor's room from 2:20-3:15. They do various projects to help our environment, as well as picking up trash around our school. They also do many projects in the school that the students can participate in, like the Capri-Sun pouch and used paper collections. Drama Club They are a group of dedicated students who meet in the auditorium of Moore on Wednesdays from 2:15-3:15. They are led by Mrs. Tuttle. They perform two plays for the school- one in the winter and one at the end of the year. The purpose of Drama Club is to develop artistic perception, creative expression, and aesthetic valuing of oneself and other drama club students. Jr. BETA Club The Jr. BETA Club, sponsored by Mrs. Guinn, Mrs. Rivers, Mrs. Mabes, and Mr. Marshall, meets in the library from 2:15-3:15. The motto for BETA club is "Lead by Serving Others". They have sponsored And participated in many community service projects throughout the year. Only sixth grade students who meet the following criteria may join:
Exemplary on PASS
No Discipline Referrals
Exhibit Character Traits
Principal's Honor Roll ALL YEAR Math Club Math Club is open to both fifth and sixth grade students who want an extra challenge in math. They meet every other Wednesdays from 2:10-3:oo. Led by parent volunteers Mr. Dan Abernathy, Mr. Jiang, and Mrs. McCumber, these students excel in math in all areas. These students may be dismissed from the club if they misbehave or fail a class in regular school. PE Clubs The Sports Club is for children who want more physical activity. They have 3 sports- Basketball, Volleyball, and Soccer. There is one sport per season. They have volleyball in the fall, basketball in the winter, and soccer in the spring. They meet from 2:15-3:15 in Mrs. Pizzuti's 'classroom' (the gym). Band: Band is a group of students who meet during their team's individual MAP time in the band room behind the auditorium with Mr. Jackson. They play instruments such as flute, trumpet, clarinet, baritone, percussion, and saxophone. These students come to the band room on Wednesdays and Thursdays, every week. They also perform concerts for the school and at other various locations. Robotics They are a group of 10 dedicated 5th and 6th graders who meet on Wednesday til 5:00 and Thursday til 3:30. Each year they program a robot to complete missions that correspond with the years theme and create an innovative solution to a problem associated with the theme. At competition, they are also judged on core values. This group of talented individuals are led by Mr. Murrie, who is aided by Mrs. McSwain. We are proud to say they received a first place robot design award at regionals and a first place trophy for gracious professionalism at state level. Go Robo-Eagles! Team Alliance Teachers:
Gardner - Science
Lacny - SS/ELA
Smith - SS/ELA
Gasque - Math S.W.A.T Teachers:
McCumber - Math
Abadie - Science
Hooss - SS/ELA
Russell - SS/ELA Liberty Kids Teachers:
Daise - Science
Tiller - Math
Livingston - SS/ELA
Gliarmis - SS/ELA T.N.T. Teachers:
Guinn - Math
Rivers - SS/ELA
Nellis - SS/ELA
Jones - Science 6th Grade Teams Unicus Teachers:
Woodward -Science M & M Teachers:
Parr -Science M.I.S.F.I.T.S. Teachers
Mabes -ELA F.B.I Teachers:
Taylor -Science Awards 2013 District BOB Winners!
Palmetto Silver recipient: 2007-2008, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012
Champion of the Environment for 2011-2012
9 Lt. Governor's Writing Awards
Red Carpet School: 2005-2008
1 Superintindent's Writing Award: 2009-2010
Received an 'A' on our school report card last year 5th 6th Good News: School B.O.B.: S.A.V.E. is a student-initiated program that promotes nonviolence within schools and communities. S.A.V.E. provides education about the effects and consequences of violence and helps provide safe activities for students, parents, and communities. Students Against Violence Everywhere
(S.A.V.E.) The Good News Club is an organization sponsored by the Child Evangelism Fellowship. We are extremely fortunate to have one of these clubs here at Moore Intermediate. On Monday afternoons, students are able to learn about Jesus Christ and His free gift of salvation. By exploring scripture verses from the Bible, learning what God has done for many people over thousands of years, and working together with other Christians, many children come to accept Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. The main focus of the Good News Club is to tell students that Jesus loves them and wants them to be with Him in Heaven. Please know that the Good News Club welcomes all Moore students and staff! S.O.A.R S.O.A.R is the discipline program we have here at Moore. Each letter stands for a specific character trait.
Next year, as we will be lions instead of eagles, we will be R.O.A.R.ing! Made by:
Annie Kate Watson
Amelia Abernathy School Events S.O.A.R. Pep Rallies: "Spooky" Halloween Dance: Math Carnival: Holiday Events Dads in the Dugout In 2007, Moore created a Battle of the Books (B.O.B) program that was implemented school wide. Currently, each homeroom has a team that reads the SC Children's Book Award nominees and then completes a quiz-bowl type setting to answer questions about these books. In 2009, the program was expanded to include 4 other schools in FSD1. Moore Intermediate is the 2013 district champion! Future Home of the Roaring Lions Our School Day: Our school day begins and ends at the same time as your current school.
We have lunch and recess just as you do.
We have five related art classes: Technology Lab, Science Lab, Art, Music, and P.E.
In fifth grade, you will have three subject area teachers. In sixth grade, you will have four.