Moore Elementary

ANNOUNCEMENTS

COVID-19 DASHBOARD

Please see below for information and notices related to COVID-19.

DAILY WELLNESS SURVEY

A wellness survey is to be completed by every parent and student daily.

INSTRUCTIONAL CHANGE REQUEST

Use the form below to request a change for a student to move from face-to-face to virtual learning or vice-versa.

BRIGHTBYTES SURVEY

All parents, teachers, campus leaders, and students (grades 3-12) are encouraged to take the Modern Learning Survey before March 14, 2021. Parents with multiple AISD students only need to take the survey once.

CAMPUS NEWS

UPCOMING EVENTS

STUDENTS

DISTRICT LINKS

TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES

FAMILIES

DISTRICT LINKS

Staff

ADMINISTRATION

Nathan Prange
Principal: Nathan Prange

Assistant Principal: Trevor Crawford
Assistant Principal: Margaret Minyard

ABOUT Moore ELEMENTARY

MISSION

Success for ALL

VISION

Mary Moore Elementary is dedicated to providing individual success for every learner within a challenging and diverse curriculum.  Our high expectations for academic achievement are balanced with experiences that assist learns in creating a framework for problem-solving and decision-making, which will enable them to adapt to a changing world.  Our school climate is child-centered and promotes the development of self-motivated, independent lifelong learners.  Our goal is to collaborate with parents, students, local businesses, and our community to deliver measured results for each learner within a system of continuous improvement.

ACADEMICS

Overall School Rating: Not Rated (Declared State of Disaster Due to COVID-19)

TEA School Report Card: Website | PDF | Parent Letter

House Bill 3: Reading and Math Goals

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

  • Gifted and Talented
  • Pre-Kindergarten (PreK 4, PreK 3, PreK 4 Full Day Paid Tuition)

Moore Elementary

Phone: (682) 867-8900

5500 Park Springs Blvd.
Arlington, TX 76017

CORE BELIEFS

  1. All students will receive quality instruction that encourages active engagement, curiosity, and responsibility for one's own learning.
  2. Students will learn in a safe, caring, nurturing environment, which encourages risk-taking, honest and open communication, and continuous personal academic improvement
  3. Students will develop life skills that promote critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, responsibility, self-respect, and effective citizenship.
  4. Teachers, parents, students and administrators are equal and accountable partners in promoting a learning community in which all students are held to high expectations for achievement and personal behavior.