VISION

Our vision is to provide a high quality education in a safe environment, to assist each student in reaching his/her potential, and to prepare students to become responsible citizens in a global environment.

STUDENT REGISTRATIONS

An appointment is required for registration. Registration for each student will take approximately 1 hour depending upon completion and review of documents, thus the reason for scheduling an appointment to reduce wait time. Appointments are limited and fill very quickly; we encourage you to call early to reserve your slot: 804-733-2740.
 
If your child has an IEP, a 504, or a health care plan please bring it with you to your registration appointment along with the other required documentation.

Fax requests for school records to: 804-733-1613

 

 

CALENDAR

  • WINTER CHORAL CONCERT 6:30 P.M.

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  • 2ND 9-WEEKS AR DEADLINE

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  • TEACHER WORK DAY - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

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  • BETA'S "STUCK FOR A BUCK" IN CAFE

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  • REPORT CARDS

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A Message From the Principal

“May the Force” Be With Us This School Year! Welcome to JEJ Moore Middle School. We are looking forward to great adventures in the 2018-2019 school year. This year’s theme is “The Force is Within YOU!” One of our primary goals at JEJ Moore Middle School is for all students to be productive and successful. In an effort to maintain high standards of learning at JEJ Moore Middle School, we place great emphasis on academics through Project Based Learning. We believe students need to be engaged in meaningful academic activities to be prepared for high school and beyond. We look forward to a year that is “out of this world” at JEJ Moore Middle School.

Stephanie Bishop, Principal

GENERAL SUPPLY LIST FOR 2018-2019

 
Calculators:
Math 6 & 7 students will use the
TI-30XA calculator -- this will be provided during class!

Students may want their own to use at home.

Students in the
7th grade
who end up taking Honors Algebra I and need a TI-84 calculator --
this will be provided during class
 If you take Honors Algebra I, you need to  meet the prerequisites!
Honors Algebra I students will need a calculator for home use.
 
All students will need:
Blue and/or black
pens (no gel pens)
#2 pencils
1.5 inch three-ring binder (for the studen
t Agenda – Agenda supplied by the school)
Notebook paper (wide ruled)
Colored pencils
Medium sized book bag that will f
it in a locker (not on wheels)
glue sticks
Highlighters (different
colors if possible)
[2 to start with; may need more during the year]
1 – large zippered pencil pouch
1 – 2 pocket folder
1 – scissors – student size
1 – Flash/Jump Drive
(1 gigabyte or larger; you can buy on your own or buy here at school)
2 – boxes of tissues

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

YEARBOOK ON SALE

Congratulations to the top teams for percentage of yearbook sales!  Sixth grade second place is the Penguins!  Seventh grade second place is the Tidal Waves!  Sixth grade first place is the Bobcats!  And seventh grade first place is the Hurricanes!  Group photos of the winners for the divider pages are being taken this week!!

 

Yearbooks are still on sale and will be $38 through Feb 4.  Price will increase to $45 after that.  Less yearbooks are being ordered this year.  There is no guarantee that there will be leftovers to purchase later.

WINTER BREAK