• Weekly Message - January 15th, 2016

    Posted by Annette DiBona on 1/19/2016

    Hello Mountain Lion Families. 

    This is Marla Mondora with our weekly phone message.  Next week will be a busy week for Moore Square students. We will have our school wide spelling bee on Tuesday at 7:45.  Representative from all classes will participate to determine the school representative for the Wake County spelling bee. The 7th grade will be going to the planetarium and science center at UNC on Wednesday. Eighth grade students interested in dance in high school will be able to see a performance by Enloe’s Dance Ensemble on Wednesday. The 6th grade is traveling to Myrtle Beach on Friday to go to WonderWorks Science Center and Medieval Times Dinner Theater.

    Ms. Estes would like to remind the 8th grade students that the deadline for magnet applications is Friday, January 22nd, which is next Friday.  Please see Ms. Estes if you have any questions.

    We would like to thank the PTSA for hosting a parent session last night.  Marlo Gaddis, Director of Instructional Technology and Media Services, shared valuable information about keeping our children safe while they are using technology.

    We will celebrate the academic and character accomplishments of our students on Wednesday, January 27th.  Invitations will be sent home next week.

    This is a reminder that the teachers are available every Wednesday after school for tutoring.  Please encourage your students to take advantage of the additional support.

    And finally, Moore Square and all Wake County Schools will be closed on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King.

    Thank you and have a wonderful long weekend.

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  • Weekly Message - January 8th, 2016

    Posted by Annette DiBona on 1/11/2016

    Hello Mountain Lion Families.  This is Marla Mondora with our weekly phone message.  We would like to welcome back all of our families from the winter break.  The start of the second semester has been fantastic.  We reviewed GEMS behavior through a school wide assembly where the students modeled our expectations throughout.  Students received both 2nd quarter report cards and student assignment notices for next year.  Be certain to look for both if you have not yet seen them.

    We will celebrate academic and character achievements on Wednesday, January 27th.  More information will be sent in the coming days.


    The magnet application period has started. The application is online only. Please contact Mrs. Estes if you have any questions.


    The Lioness Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 14th and 28th after school. All girls are welcome to attend.


    Movie Night & Guest Speaker - Jan. 14th

    PTSA is sponsoring a free Movie and Speaker night on January 14.  PTSA will have pizza dinner available for purchase beginning at 5pm in the cafeteria  (pizza $1/slice; water/soda $1/per; cookies 50cents) The movie "Akeelah and the Bee" will run 5:30pm-7:30pm. Free popcorn for the movie.  There will be an Internet Safety Parent Education Night speaker, Ms. Gaddis, 6:00-7:00pm in the Media Center.  This is a DON'T miss talk for parents.  Learn what your kids are doing on the internet and how to protect them! 

    If you will be attending the movie and speaker night, please visit the website to RSVP to help us plan.


    SPIRIT WEEK - Jan 11th-15th

    The yearbook is sponsoring a spirit week this week.  All students are encouraged to participate but remember, you must be dressed in school appropriate attire.

    Music Monday- dress like your favorite musician, singer, genre style

    Tie Dye Tuesday- Wear your Tie Dye apparel

    Wacky Wed- dress as wacky/tacky as you can within dress code

    M2M3 Thursday- Wear your Moore Square colors and clothes

    Fandom Friday- Dress like your favorite movie, tv or book character.


    Moore Square, and all Wake County Schools will have early release on Friday, January 15th.


    Thank you Mountain Lions!

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  • Moore Square Spirit Store is Open

    Posted by Annette DiBona on 11/20/2015

    The Moore Square Spirit Store is open!  Looking for Christmas ideas or just need a new Tshirt or Sweatshirt? 

    Visit the Winter Spirit Store https://m2winterstore.itemorder.com  

    Store will be open through November 29th!  Orders will be delivered by December 14th, in time for Christmas!

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  • Moore Square Science Teachers Showcased by NTSA

    Posted by Carrie Marting on 8/31/2015
    Congratulations to our Science Department for being showcased in the National Science Teachers of America publication! Read the full article here
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  • Leni Newell, Artist in Residence

    Posted by Carrie Marting on 8/17/2015
    Leni Newell is an award-winning professional artist concentrating on abstract mixed-media and collage since 1986. She maintained a studio at ArtSpace in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina for 20 years before moving to Emerald Isle, North Carolina in 2006.
    Newell's award-winning, thought provoking work is characterized by the layering of subtle collage elements with the textured application of acrylic pigment.
    Newell is the recipient of many artist grants from the North Carolina Art Council. Her innovative work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the country and can be found in many corporate collections. Newell recently won a public art grant from the North Carolina Art Council for a large installation in Eastern North Carolina.
    Newell is also a popular residency and workshop leader known for encouraging others to think abstractly outside the box. She is part of the North Carolina Art Council's touring artist program that brings outstanding arts programs all over North Carolina. 
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  • 4th Annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day

    Posted by Carrie Marting on 4/11/2015
    Enrichment Opportunity for any female student at The Square:  

    The 4th Annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day will be held on the morning of Saturday, April 18th and is an event involving mathematically-oriented games and workshops, in addition to a keynote talk by a faculty member of the NCSU math department.

    This event is free, and any middle school grade girls are welcome to attend. The deadline for registration is Tuesday, April 14th​​.
    Click on the link below to register: 


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  • Upcoming 8th Grade Registration News

    Posted by Carrie Marting on 2/16/2015

    The magnet application period is over but if you still are interested in transferring to another school, you can request a transfer to another high school online starting Feb. 20th through Feb. 26th. This does not include application or magnet schools.

    Vernon Malone College and Career Academy is opening the application process up again. Starting Feb. 16th students have the opportunity to apply. The offer programs in Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration, Biopharmaceuticals, Collision Repair, Cosmetology, Electrical Systems, Geospatial Information Systems, Nursing Assistant, Plumbing, Simulation and Game Development and Welding. See Mrs. Estes for an application.

    8th grade parents:  Mrs. Estes will have a registration overview meeting on Thursday, Feb. 19th at 11am and again at 5:30pm in the Media Center. She will go over graduation requirements and the registration process. If you have any questions or would like to make an individual appointment, please contact Mrs. Estes by phone at 919-664-5743 or email at jestes2@wcpss.net.

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    Posted by Monica Noa (Repost from abc11.com) on 12/16/2014 2:50:00 PM
     Former NBA player Marcus Campbell is a seven footer who knows how to get on a much smaller level.

    Friday, December 12, 2014 06:44PM

    WAKE COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) -- Educating youngsters can be a really tall task.

    Fortunately, a Raleigh middle school has the right guy -- former NBA player Marcus Campbell is a seven footer who knows how to get on a much smaller level.

    ABC11's Ngozi Ekeledo has more on the story.
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  • Wess Hohenstein Visits Moore Square

    Posted by Monica Noa on 12/16/2014 2:15:00 PM
    Wes Hohenstein shows how his a card given to him by Moore Square Middle School students doesn't work well in his forecast.
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