Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Today is an X day
*What’s for lunch?:
Soft Shell Beef Taco or Cheesy Taco
Breaded Pork Sandwich
Chef Salad or Meatless Salad w/ Roll
(Side dishes: refried beans, shredded lettuce and tomato, orange wedges, diced pears)
*Clubs/Activities for the week of February 26th-March 2nd:
Today: PLC Early Dismissal 1:38 PM
Show Choir (Rm 106 from 7:15-7:45 AM)
Wednesday, February 28th: Choir Club (Rm 106 from 7:00-7:45 AM)
Student Council (6th gr Rm 138, 7th/8th gr Rm 235 from 7:15-7:45 AM)
6th grade orchestra (Rm 105 from 3-4 PM)
GirlUP Club (Rm 229 from 3:15-4:15 PM)
Thursday, March 1st: Math Video Challenge (Rm 228 from 3-4 PM)
Art Club (Rm 200 from 3:10-4:15 PM)
Friday, March 2nd: Robotics Club (Rm 103 from 3-4:30 PM)
*Today is a PLC early dismissal day. Moore will let out at 1:38 PM. Students who need to wait for the StarTran bus can do so in the cafeteria. Remember, there aren’t any after school clubs or intramurals on PLC early out days.
*Rare diseases affect about 300 million people worldwide. Support those who live with a rare disease by wearing denim tomorrow which is Rare Disease Day.
*Would you like donuts on March 1st for your first period class? If so, bring some Box Tops to your first period teacher! The Moore Mountain Lions are doing one final push to earn money through Box Tops for student activities and equipment. We earn money with every Box Top turned in, so save them up and bring them to your first period class! The competition ends today.
*Help us collect plastic for art! Concept design students are working on a project about pollution in the ocean. They are creating a social commentary art installation that will be composed of materials that are commonly found discarded in the ocean. Please consider helping us collect items by donating your CLEAN, used plastics to the Moore Middle School office or Art Room preferably today and tomorrow Wednesday, February 27, however donations will be taken through Friday, March 2nd. Examples of items you could donate include clear string/fishing line, plastic netting (like from a bag of oranges), plastic bottles, lids, containers, etc. Contact Ms. Jennifer Bockerman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. Thank you for helping our students in their creative and environmental endeavors!
*Are you going to Lincoln East High School this fall? Interested in trying out for the Apollonaire Dance Team? There is a parent/student informational meeting tomorrow, February 28th at 6:30 PM in the Lincoln East High School Media Center. More information can be found on the Lincoln East website or you can email Sarah Hartman at email@example.com.
*Attention 8th grade band members who are going to East High School: There is a parent informational meeting for next year on Thursday, March 1st at 7:00 PM in the Lincoln East High School auditorium. Please plan on attending as this is an important event to get integrated into the band progam at East.
*If you’re attending Lincoln East High School this fall and would like to try out for cheerleading, there is a parent/student informational meeting Monday, March 5 at 6:30 PM in the Lincoln East cafeteria. Check out the Lincoln East website for more information.
*Attention Lincoln East incoming 9th graders: East is having a weight room orientation at 6:00 PM on Monday, March 5 or Thursday, March 7. You only need to attend one session. Please enter the building through the back athletic hallway door (#11 on the southeast side).
*The Food Bank of Lincoln launched the BackPack program during the 2004-2005 school year at Clinton Elementary School, sending home food filled backpacks on Friday afternoons with 50 kids. This year’s BackPack Extra Mile Walk is April 28, 2018 at 10:00 AM at Lincoln East High School. The theme is “If You Plant a Seed…………..11 Years and Counting.” Help LPS meet their 2018 goal of 3,500 participants and $210,000 raised by donating toward this worthy cause. Adults who raise $30 and students/children who raise $10 will receive a T-shirt (orders due by March 7, 2018 with delivery between April 9-20). All money and t-shirt orders should be turned in to the Moore Health Office.
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