Moberly Middle Presents Annie Jr.!
April 21 & 22, Moberly Middle School will present Annie Jr. in the Moberly High School auditorium. The show will begin at 7:00pm each night. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Tickets will be available at the door.
The Moberly Middle School Jazz band will proved music during the intermission and the Art display is provided by the MMS Advanced Arts students. Come out and enjoy the show!!
MHS Physics Students Visit GBE!
MHS Physics students visited Mrs. Lewis' music class at Gratz Brown Elementary, presenting their "Science of Sound" projects to 5th grade students.
In addition to the group photos, the projects photographed here are:
Using sound to levitate objects (at the table), homemade musical instruments --PVC bass boom-whacker with a wooden recorder and carronet (a carrot/clarinet); and home-made Rimba Tubes.
GBE Student Wins Read Across America Bookmark Contest!
Hazel Myles is a fifth grader at Gratz Brown Elementary. She won the annual "Read Across America" bookmark contest in March. This event is sponsored by Moberly School District librarians each year. Hazel used the quote, " Reading opens a universe of possibilities." when creating her bookmark. Well done Hazel! Hazel also received a certificate of recognition from the Moberly School Board.
MMS Students Attend Literature Festival!
On March 21st, students from Moberly Middle School attended the Children's Literature Festival hosted by the University of Central Missouri.
In order to attend the festival, the students had to read and pass quizzes on at least 6 of the nominee books. While at the festival, students attended author presentations and were able to have their personal books autographed.
Summer School Changes!
We are so excited about the changes that will be going on for our district this summer, and summer school is just around the corner!
Thanks to the Prop S bond issue, construction will be going on across the district at all campuses this summer, limiting the space available for summer school classes. A change to our approach to summer school is necessary this year, so we will not be able to offer our traditional summer school sessions. Additionally, we must minimize the number of students offered summer school.
To address these issues, summer school enrollment will be “by invitation only” for elementary and middle school this year. The high school will limit its class offerings to health class and credit recovery only.
If you have questions or concerns about these changes, please contact your building’s administrator.
MHS Senior Dates
It's hard to believe that we are nearing the halfway point of the last semester for our class of 2017. Click the image above to download a PDF with the Senior Dates. More detail will be provided to students and parents as these dates approach.
- April 10 - Senior Meeting
- May 1 - Senor Meeting
- May 5 - Seniors' Last Day
- May 8 - Senior Grades Due
- May 9 - Senior Breakfast and Awards
- May 10 - Elementary Walk-Through, Graduation Practice, Senior, and BBQ
- May 14 - Graduation
Students are REQUIRED to be at graduation practice in order to walk at graduation unless there is an extenuating circumstance that has been communicated with either Mrs. Welker or Mr. McMains.
MPSF Receives Check for Major Saver Cards!!
Major Saver presented the Moberly Public Schools Foundation the check for the major saver card sales. Thank you to all who purchased the Major Saver cards to support the Moberly School District!
MATC Car Show!
The Moberly Area Technical Center is hosting their annual car show May 13, 2017 from 10:00am - 2:30pm. The car show is free for the public to attend
Vendor, sponsor, and automobile registration for the show can be found on the Registration page. Click here to Register!!
There will be a barbecue, music, games for car club members and other activities which will be open to the public. The event will be held in the MATC parking lot behind Moberly High School.
Bring your friends, family, and vehicles to the MATC car show!
MHS Scholar Bowl Team Wins Districts!
On Saturday, April 8, MHS hosted the district scholar bowl tournament. Participating teams were Moberly, Kirksville, Palmyra, and Clark County. After an exciting day of competition and some very close matches, Moberly defeated Kirksville in the finals by a score of 400-380. Pictured are MHS students Ryan Tolbert, Eric Thompson, Audrey Brandon, Brennan Sapp,and Paul Henrickson. Congratuations!
The team will now continue on to a sectional match at Hallsville on April 26.
3rd Grade Guest Readers!
Sixth grade guest readers from MMS, Lauren Shirk and Anna Rivera, visited Mrs. Easley's third grade class to read a story to celebrate the completion of MAP testing for third grade.
Class of 2017 Graduation After Party
The Class of 2017 after Graduation Drug and Alcohol Free Party will be held at Memory Lanes on Sunday, May 14, 2017 from 10 pm to 5 am Monday, May 15, 2017. 2017 Senior Party Form
Each student will need to purchase a ticket for the event. The tickets are $20 each. This money will go towards expenses and prizes. Every graduate attending will receive a door prize. There will also be drawings for additional prizes. In the past, prizes have included items such as TVs, tablets, dorm refrigerators, etc.
For more information about the after party, please click on the link below.
GBE 3rd Graders Visit City Hall
Mrs. Sander's class, along with the other third grade classes, enjoyed a trip to City Hall. The students had the opportunity to learn about our local government and Moberly's railroad history. This was an introduction to the third grade government unit that all classes are beginning.