- Volunteers Needed for 8th Grade Reality of Money
This is a fun experience of the "Game of Life" for our students and we need you to join in on Wednesday, May 24th from 8:15 to 11:30am!
State Employees Credit Union will host Reality of Money for Moore Square 8th graders. This activity gives the students a "peek" into the future as they are "transformed" into young adults with jobs, debt, families and other real world responsibilities. During the simulation students move through multiple expense stations where volunteers (like you) assist them in making the necessary financial decisions like rent, entertainment, groceries, etc. This event will be in the gym and volunteers will enter through the gym doors. Parking will be on the street and in the numbered spaces in the lower lot near the gym. SIGN UP HERE
Parents, due to the lack of bus drivers, the county will no longer be providing transportation from Moore Square to Ligon for athletics. While Ligon has been providing the transportation this week, their bus will no longer be available. So moving forward, if your student makes or is still trying out for one of the spring sports teams, it will be the parents' responsibility to get their child to Ligon for practice and games. Your student will not be allowed to walk to Ligon. We will continue to work with the county to find a solution to this transportation issue. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Scheck (email@example.com)
Starting Thursday, 3/9/23, all volleyball participants must sign-up each week in order to participate. While we are ecstatic that intramurals have become so popular, there is unfortunately not enough space for everyone. Please visit Ms. Day in room 3309 by Thursday morning of each week to sign up.
Broughton Football is excited to present the 6th annual Fastbreak Football camp. This year's camp will run from Monday, 6/26 to Friday, 6/30, and is open to boys and girls in rising 4th - 8th grades.
Fastbreak Football Camp is unique in that it focuses on character, general athletic development, and weight room fundamentals in addition to football-specific instruction. Coaches at Fastbreak Football Camp will teach young athletes the key character traits required of good teammates, the fundamentals of the game of football, and the athletic postures and movements necessary to excel in any sport. Instruction will be clear and concrete. Activities will be fun and fast-paced.
Register and pay today by visiting www.fastbreakfootballcamp.com. Financial Aid is available. No camper will be turned away for financial reasons. More questions? Please email Coach McGuire at firstname.lastname@example.org
For their National Honors Society service project this year, Athens Drive High School will be hosting a Health & Lifestyle Field Day on Saturday, March 11th that is entirely free for all ages to attend! The event will be held at Williams Stadium off Jaguar Park Drive. They will have free food, games, sports competitions (like Tug-of-War or dodgeball), gift cards and prizes, and educational booths! The event is free, but they need all attendees to register so they have enough supplies for everyone. You can register on their website: nhsfieldday.weebly.com or by scanning the QR code on our flyer:
English Flyer, Spanish Flyer, Sports Schedule
The City of Raleigh needs your help! If you, or someone you know, may be interested in becoming a Crossing Guard please view the flyer here.
School-Wide Indoor Rock Climbing Event!
Please mark your calendars to join us on Sunday evening March 5th at the Raleigh location of Triangle Rock Club. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3VTJKke Cost is $15 to climb (includes all harnesses and supervision), and spectator passes are $5 at the door. We will also have food trucks, spirit wear, and opportunities to meet teachers, staff, and other current and incoming MS families. This is a whole-family event.
PTSA Needs Volunteers for Next Year
If you are interested in volunteering or accepting a board/chair position for next school year, we'd love to chat! Please contact VP Laura Cox, MSmmsPTSA@gmail.com.
Is your student ready to sport some M2MMS Spirit Wear? Spring pre-sale is active on MemberHub through Friday, March 10th. Hats, hoodies, long sleeve, & short sleeve tees are available for purchase. We will alert you when purchases have arrived. Please reach out directly to our Spirit Wear Chair- Laura Cox- email@example.com with any questions.
On-line sales are available now for tickets and flower bouquets for the upcoming theatrical performance, Little Women and comedic performance, The One-Act Play Disaster.
Showtimes include March 31st at 6:30, April 1st at 2:00 and 6:30.
Location: Moore Square Middle School gymnasium
Ticket prices: $6 for adults and $4 for students.
Beautiful flower bouquet: $10
Buy your tickets and flowers now for a shorter wait time in lines and it’s the preferred method.
Click HERE to navigate to the pre-show sale site.
Select performance date and time, click BUY TICKETS
Click More price options to select number of tickets, flower bouquets and donation amount, if available.
Concessions will also be available. All proceeds to go to support the Arts program at Moore Square Middle School. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the upcoming performances!
Additional upcoming ARTS events: Come out and support the students of the Arts (and their teachers)!!
May 3rd – Chorus
May 9th – Orchestra
May 10th – Dance/Drama
May 11th – Band