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2010 - 2011 News and Events

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TISD Orchestra solo competition

Congratulations to these outstanding 6th grade Mustang orchestra members who competed in the TISD Orchestra solo competition yesterday after school receiving the highest rating of superior and a medal for their efforts. The 6th grade Mustangs brought home 29 first division medals!! Great work students!! You worked hard and it shows!!  And of course the Mustangs brought home more medals than any other middle school in Tyler ISD.

Orchestra Solo Competition


Boys Mustang Traveling Soccer Team

 One word describes the Boys Mustang Traveling Soccer Team - BEAST. The fire-breathing Mustangs beat Boulter 4 to 1.  With beastly moves, Geroham Gonzalez scored 2 goals.  Team Co-Captain Teo Villegas scored two goals, as well. 

Soccer Team


A Sea of Green to Keep It Green!

Amongst the red-bearing Mustangs, another color could clearly be seen—GREEN.  A sea of green waved throughout the Moore campus.  Mustang Gardening Club members wore their eagerly awaited “Dirt Makes Me Look Good” t-shirts to show their “Keep it Green” spirit.  Green Made Us Look Good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gardening Club


Moore Soccer Squad

Like Norse gods, the Mustangs exhibited their prowess by harnessing wind, fire, water and sand on the Stewart soccer field.  Demigods Carlos Galvan and Eric Munoz scored early in the game to give the Mustangs the lead.  Joining the gods, Thor-like Joaquin Rivera thundered on defense and offense until gophers crawled in the holes.

Soccer


Moore Middle School fields traveling soccer teams to play cross-town rivals

For the first time in Moore’s recent history, Mustang players strapped on cleats and shin-guards to play cross-town rivals like Stewart, Dogan, and Boulter this spring as Moore joined the Tyler ISD Soccer Club, an informal league of TISD middle schools.

Spectrum Soccer


7th and 8th grade U.I.L. Orchestra

Congratulations to the Moore Middle School 7th and 8th grade U.I.L Orchestra who competed April 1st in the REGION 4&21 Concert and Sight-reading contest and brought home a perfect score of 6 first divisions. This competition includes a concert portion of 3 prepared pieces, 2 of which must come from the state list.

UIL Orchestra


Digital Parenting: Empowering parents

Last night was the third and most successful installment of the Parent Involvement workshop titled Digital Parenting: Empowering parents in this strange new world of TechnologyThis series of Parent nights hosted by Moore MST Magnet School and funded by the Tyler ISD Foundation was designed to engage and empower parents with the same technologies the children of the 21st Century are using. Before the session started one parent made the following comment:  "Wow! I had no idea how needed my role as a parent is when it comes to this!"

Digital Citizenship


The Mustang Gardening Club

Dirt Makes Me Look Good…  The Mustang Gardening Club got dirty as they planted rose bushes at the Rose Capital of Texas’ most excellent middle school—Moore MST Magnet.  Involved teams planted 12 bushes to accompany the waning daffodils.  On hand, a rose planting expert demonstrated how to plant a rose bush.  Various leaders orchestrated

Rose bush planting


Mustang Tree Initiative

Moore Mustangs often yell, “Mustangs in the House!” but today Mustangs were yelling, “Mayor in the House!”  Beginning from a newspaper clipping from Homemaking teacher, Mrs. Phillips, the Mustangs were joining the Mayor’s Tree Tyler Initiative.  On Wednesday, March 16, Mayor Barbara Bass kicked off the Mustang Tree Planting Initiative with a dynamic speech! 

Mayor Bass visits Moore


 

Science Fair Results

Moore science students had another great science fair season this spring, participating in three different science fairs in the East Texas area and continuing our streak of sending at least one student to the state competition. Moore has had a student eligible for the state science fair competition every year for over 12 years running. That’s a streak unmatched by any other school in the area!
 
Moore students place at One Act Play

One Act Play


 
Mrs. Stanley’s seventh grade reading students

Mrs. Stanley’s seventh grade reading students joined local radio stations to provide Valentine’s Day cards for the children in local hospitals on Valentine’s Day.

Mrs. Stanley


TISD Orchestra Solo Competition

Congratulations to these outstanding 7th and 8th grade Mustang orchestra members who competed in the TISD Orchestra solo competition February 1st receiving the highest rating of superior and a medal for their efforts.. The Mustangs brought home 36 first division medals, setting another school record!! Great work students!!

Orchestra Solo competition


Moore Science Fair

These are the 10 projects that will go on to TJC in mid-February to represent Moore MST. In addition to these 10 we already had 3 entered in the East Texas State Fair competition (where one Moore student placed third in the Physical Science/Chemistry category: 8th grader Frank James).

Science Fair


The Mustang Gardening Club

Shovels, rakes, trowels, gloves, bulbs, DIRT…  To promote student involvement to unreached and underrepresented student groups, Moore MST Middle School started a new club—The Mustang Gardening Club.  Meeting monthly, the Mustang Gardening club assembles to plan, work and eat.  In October the club met to watch videos on “How to Plant Bulbs.” 

Gardening club


What’s going on in Skills for Living??

Students have explored all kinds of topics under the umbrella of “Skills for Living” (Career Portals).  6th graders have made paper hats and edible play dough for the Babysitting unit/Child Development.  7th Graders made school or personal pennants in the sewing/personal development unit.

Sewing skills


Moore receives recognition

Moore MST Magnet School is a 2010 NCEA Higher Performing School (formerly known as Just for the Kids Higher Performing School)! 

Moore Award


 

Parents Workshop

We would like to invite you out to attend the first of 4 parent trainings.  We want you to feel more confident with your middle school child. 

Parent Technology Workshop


NJHS Penny Bomb

On December 9th, 13th, and 15th, the Moore Student Council held their annual Penny Bomb fundraiser.  During Penny Bomb, every B1 class at Moore has a jar with their teacher's name on it. 

NJHS Penny Bomb


Robotics Competition

On Saturday, 7 Mustangs stampeded down to UT Tyler to compete against schools from all over East Texas. 7th graders Daimen Moody and William Rader competed in the Intermediate Arena Robotics competition against 32 other teams.

Robotics


Superkarts USA

On November 17-21, 2010 Miguel Lopez Renteria qualified and competed in the Supernationals 14 in Las Vegas, NV. Superkarts USA is the best competition at any level. The age level for this S5 class is from 12 to 15 years.  

Miguel Reneria


Astronomy class views the heavens

The science department at Moore MST Magnet School was recently able to purchase five telescopes for students to use in the astronomy class, for the cost of shipping only. 

Astronomy Class


Mustang Orchestra Sets New Record

Congratulations to these 19 6th, 7th and 8th grade Mustang Orchestra members who competed this past Saturday, November 6th and were selected to be members of the All-Region Orchestra.

Orchestra Information


What do you want to be when you grow up?

Have you been asked this question?  Mrs. Edwards’ Career Connection class is trying to answer that question for seventh and eighth grade students.  In order to answer that question, students are using a variety of different resources.  One resource is Bridges.com. 

Bridges.com


NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Results

The 6th grade winners from Moore Middle School in the NFL PUNT PASS & KICK competition were 11 yr. old Jessica Bianchi with a total score of 118 feet and 12yr. old Natania Rosales with a total score of 146 feet. 

Punt Pass and Kick


Tyler Kiwanis Annual Christmas Food Drive

On Tuesday, November 2nd the Moore Mustangs and the Hubbard Huskies suited up on the gridiron at Rose Stadium to play football and celebrate homecoming festivities for both Tyler ISD campuses.  This year a special challenge went out between the two principals, Hubbard Principal Anissa Kiener and Moore ...

Canned Food Drive


Moore Student Council field trip

On Friday, October 15th, the Moore Student Council took a field trip to Bell Elementary and Clarkston Elementary.   The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade student council members dressed in costume and read books to the students in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and first grade at Bell and Clarkston. 

Halloween Book reading


Pep Rally

This past Saturday, the 39 Students from our Advanced Mustang Choirs went to Hallsville High School for our All-Region Competition.  With over 400 students auditioning, our Mustangs come out with 15 students placing in the All-Region Choir. 

Pep Rally 10 12 10


All-Region Choir Audition

This past Saturday, the 39 Students from our Advanced Mustang Choirs went to Hallsville High School for our All-Region Competition.  With over 400 students auditioning, our Mustangs come out with 15 students placing in the All-Region Choir. 

All Region Choir


Pep Rally

This past Saturday, the 39 Students from our Advanced Mustang Choirs went to Hallsville High School for our All-Region Competition.  With over 400 students auditioning, our Mustangs come out with 15 students placing in the All-Region Choir. 

Pink Pep Rally


Summer Reading Club

Twenty-two Moore Mustangs participated in our second annual Summer Reading Club!  They read and wrote reviews on over one hundred books!  We are so proud of these students who not only enjoy reading, but took the time to write a short review of the books.!

Summer Reading


Duke University 7th Grade Talent Search

The Duke University 7th Grade Talent Search is the largest program of its kind in the nation. The Talent Search identifies academically talented 7th graders based on standardized test scores achieved while attending elementary or middle school.

Duke Tip Program



 

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