Ms. Betts emphasizes conceptual understanding through the use of manipulatives with a focus on finding equivalent fractions that name the same part of the whole.
Mrs. Bueno and Ms. Vazquez joined together for book buddies. Second-graders in Mrs. Bueno’s class did a wonderful job reading and showing the Kindergarteners in Ms. Vazquez’s class how to read! When students come together to lift each other up we can continue to soar to new heights!
Fifth-grade students in quarter 2 who made 95-100% attendance and had zero referrals enjoyed a gourmet meal catered by Chef Tamesha Spivey and Chef Oscar.
As an AVID School, Chester A. Moore Elementary teaches students that they can be whatever they want in life – with the right combination of effort and motivation. Ms. Jean Wright helped bring home that message when she spoke to our students last Friday. In two assemblies, she read aloud a new biography about her life as a NASA seamstress entitled, “Sew Sister: The Untold Story of Jean Wright and NASA’s Seamstresses” by Elise Matich. Thanks, Ms. Wright, for inspiring our young explorers to shoot for the stars in whatever they wish to become!
Chester A. Moore 5th grader, Nevaeh Estima’s art placed 1st for the St. Lucie County School District. Nevaeh’s artwork will be displayed in Washington, D.C., at the U.S. Capitol for a year, representing our district’s talent alongside winning artwork from participating districts nationwide. In addition, her artwork will be featured on the House.gov‘s Congressional Art Competition page! Sahira Michel’s artistic skills earned her an Honorable Mention, recognizing her impressive skills and creativity.
Students worked outside to clean up the parking lot median and parking spots that have been blocked with sand. Inside, students beautified the cafeteria with a fresh coat of paint. We want to give a huge thanks to all the students, staff, and family that came out to this event. Students, Teachers, Ms. Wonesh and Ms. McAuliff and Family volunteers (Mr. Wonesh and Kim Nolan) drew and painted a variety of scenery for our upcoming play.
We give thanks for our Student Council! This subcommittee created a lovely basket to donate to a deserving family from our school. Happy Thanksgiving!
The WEST Prep Magnet’s Cadets carry/ post the Colors at Chester A. Moore’s first Annual Veterans Day Parade. Cadet Jesselyn Kline, Cadet Autumn Faust, Cadet Cesar Campos-Rodriguez, Cadet Carlton Smith, and Cadet Ayden Gardner
How do we honor those who have defended our country? CAM provides a school-wide parade, an event with tokens of appreciation, and a delicious, hot breakfast. Thank you to all who have served!
CAM’s staff enjoy working together. We know how to bring fun into the building. Each team was tasked with decorating a table and providing treats for students who earned 60 ClassDojo points. The students had a spooktacular time getting treats!
Chester A. Moore continues to open the doors to the most important resource (our families). Parents heard about data, and personal goals, and were provided certificates celebrating their students’ unique strengths during Student Led Conferences.
Thank you, Shelly Walker and service dog Titus, Samantha and her therapy dog Ava, from Dog Training Elite for Speaking with our 5th graders about the roles and responsibilities of service and therapy dogs.
The River of Life Fellowship in Fort Pierce made a $2,000 donation to Chester A. Moore’s 5th grade on Sunday, October 22, 2023. The donation will be used to support a college tour and end-of-year field trip. Pastor Vernon Shazier, First Lady Shawn Shazier, and the congregation have been long-time supporters of CAM, ensuring students and teachers have supplies, mentors, and community support. Thank you!
Staff at Chester A. Moore Elementary gather in honor of our two breast cancer survivors Gloria Daughtry and Vernita Toombs. We completed a 1-mile walk, a pinning ceremony in honor of, and a pink fashion show.
C.A. Moore Elementary students celebrated their 1st quarter attendance with a Pie-in-the-face extravaganza. 312 students made the goal of 90-100% attendance since the start of school. It would not be an attendance event without our Amazing Attendance Ambassador, Zion who greeted all the students and reminded them to come to school! We wish to thank Officer Goz, Dr. Jackson, Mrs. Berggren, Ms. Clark, and Ms. LaFlamme for graciously volunteering to get “pied”. And, last but not least, thank you to Superintendent Dr. Jon R Prince for coming out to support C.A. Moore students.
Fort Pierce Police Department SRO Officer Goz with a Kids at Hope 10’s Award for being a Treasure Hunter who exemplifies the Treasure Hunter’s Pledge to a level 10: “As an adult and a Treasure Hunter, I am committed to search for all the talents, skills, and intelligence that exist in all children and youth. I believe that all children are capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS!”
21 Century students at CAM created paper laptops. They colored, cut, and glued their internal computer components into their paper motherboards. This skill will help them to identify alphabet keys on a keyboard.
C. A. Moore hosted their first Business Partner Breakfast. Special visitors Jacklyn Davis, the granddaughter of Mr. Chester A. Moore and D’Andrea Davis, the great- granddaughter stopped by to visit their grandfather’s school while visiting from Miami. Our business partners were amazed by the history shared about the school.
Students earned 30 ClassDojo points and were awarded with a day of B-I-N-G-O.
Chester A. Moore Elementary would like to thank Officer Frank Sabol for delivering our reading and math textbooks. This delivery guarantees ALL of CAM’s students have textbooks available and ready to learn.