Pie-In-The-Face

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.

Kids at Hope Treasure Hunter

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!”

C. A. Moore’s Future Computer Engineers

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.

“Revisiting Legacy with Business Partners”

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.

Special Delivery

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.

“Building Bonds” Mentoring Moments

Paraprofessional Latoya Barnwell meets with her mentor during lunch. CAM’s Rising Explorer Mentoring Program focuses on building relationships with students. Over 30 students have mentors on campus that are dedicated to transforming our school and community through mentoring.

Math Matters!

Fairlawn Elementary and Chester A. Moore Elementary fifth-grade teachers and admin are putting their heads together to create effective math instruction for our students!

Transportation Support at C.A. Moore

Mrs. Berggren (A.P.), Mr. De La Rosa, and Mr. Joseph (ESOL Paraprofessionals) of Chester A. Moore Elementary assisted parents and families with bus information during Open House. They provided bus routes, bus stops, pick-up and drop-off times, Here Comes the Bus app directions, and other useful information regarding student transportation. If families did not have a bus route yet, they also assisted families with registering for one.

Chester A. Moore Administrators in the Community

Principal Dr. Thelma Jackson and Assistant Principal Tammy Davis gave back time while supporting Bass Temple’s Back to School Drive. Thank you to all of the families that came out to receive backpacks and school supplies.