Welcome

  • Greetings:

    I am the Student Support Teacher for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. I assist the core math and reading teachers on Team S. I'm in Math with Mrs. Surma Block 1 and Mrs. Gushrowski Block 3. During Block 2 ELA, I split my time between Mr. Ramsey and Mrs. Collins. I assist the students with extra help on daily classwork, instruct in small groups, and review skills previously taught. I also help with IReady concepts on their lessons.

    All students should be working on and passing one IReady Math and one IReady Reading lesson per week. This can be done at home independently or during Impact class. Sometimes extra class time is given to the students by the teacher to catch up on IReady lessons. These IReady lessons provide practice on various skills used in the instructional classroom setting.

    As always, students must come to school prepared for the day with their needed supplies (pencils, homework, notebooks/folders, calculator, ruler, highlighters) and their chromebooks fully charged. They also should feel comfortable asking their core teacher or me for any extra help or to clarify anything that might be confusing for them. 

    I look forward to continue working with your child for the remainder of this school year. 

    Mrs. Moore

     

Meet the Teacher

  • Hi, I'm Mrs. Moore and I'm a retired teacher, having taught for 30 years at Park, Eastport, Krueger, Elston, and Joy. I retired in 2015, but have continued working for the MCAS system as a long term substitute. I enjoy traveling, singing, listening to music, watching John Wayne westerns, camping and enjoy sitting around the campfire.  Autumn, with all the beautiful colors, is my favorite season, christmas is my favorite holiday, red is my absolute favorite color, and my favorite past time is binge watching the Hallmark movies or the Heartland series. I also love to read, with James Patterson and David Baldacci as my favorite authors. I LOVE watching The Tour de France every July and this summer I'll be tuned into the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
     
    I have two children, Michael and Hannah. Michael is currently 24 and was diagnosed at about three years old with severe autism as well as being nonverbal. He enjoys traveling, listening to music, and watching his movies. He also has enjoyed riding horses in the past with Reins of Life, a therapeutic riding center.
     
    Hannah is 21 and a junior at Ball State majoring in dance studies and photojournalism. She has been a member of the Pride of Mid-America, which is Ball State's Marching Band where she plays the trumpet. She started playing trumpet in sixth grade and continued into high school. She joined the Wolfpack Marching Band in eighth grade and continued all through high school. During her sophmore year she switched from trumpet to the color guard. She became the drum major her junior and senior years. Hannah was also a four year member of the MCHS choir program and was a three year member of the Wolvettes. While at Ball State, she is a core group leader and plays keyboard for the worship team of Chi Alpha, a Christian fellowship on campus. Her career plans are to run a dance studio and freelance or take photos for stormchasing companies. This October she will spend 10 days on a mission trip to South Africa.
     
     
     
  • Contact me at:
     
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    Email: dmoore@mcas.k12.in.us
     
    Phone: (219) 873-2057