C.A. Moore Elementary School participated in Celebrate Literacy, Florida Week by community members coming into the school to read. Each classroom had a community person read to the students. The guest readers read the book, The Giving Tree and each class now has a copy of the book. Ms. Felicia Nixon, principal made a special presentation on…Details
Ms. Spivey and students showing their school spirit on Jersey Day
Kindergartners at C.A. Moore Elementary School in Fort Pierce recently celebrated 100 days of school with a myriad of activities. Students had fun counting to 100 as they popped 100 balloons, in “I am 100 Days Smarter,” students colored a graph as they counted each shape to match the number of shapes, and during word…Details
C.A. Moore Elementary School Kickball Team: A. Parker, M. Tozer, J. Davis, R. Spivey, A. Hamilton, W. Smith, S. Rick, L Camacho, K. Spence, R. Williams
C.A. Moore Elementary hosted a parent night – a wonderful opportunity for the school and home partnership to grow stronger.
C.A. Moore students celebrated their parents and guardians at Kids at Hope Night. The students presented their parents with Very Important Parent certificates and wrote letters explaining why they loved them. It was obvious the letters came right from the heart! Said one student, ” I love you because you brought me into this world.…Details
Thanks to Albert Wilson, running back for the Miami Dolphins, Chester A. Moore Elementary students scoring a level 3 or higher on FSA were treated to a trip to the Hard Rock Stadium for the Dolphins versus Raiders football game.
C. A. Moore Elementary School held a swearing in ceremony for the team of student leaders who were selected to be on the 2016-2017 Safety Patrol Battalion. Principal Hedeen welcomed parents and special guests Chief Deputy Garry Wilson of the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department, Deputy Chief Kenny Norris of the Fort Pierce Police Department,…Details
Students from Mr. Rios’ Criminal Justice classes participated in a mock crime scene investigation. The demonstration was set up by the Port St. Lucie Police Department’s Crime Scene Investigation Team. Students observed the process from securing the scene to the physical collection of evidence. This mock investigation provided hands-on opportunities for all of the students.
CA Moore Elementary School had its first Family Night in partnership with its 21st Century After-School Program and the Parent Academy of St. Lucie County. Families came out to learn about how to support their students with reading, how to access the Skyward Gradebook App on their phone, and how to utilize parenting strategies with…Details