KMS Principal Named
Marlon Heaston has been named principal of Kenwood Middle School. Heaston has served as assistant principal at Northwest High School since 2013, where he also has served as the STEM and high school administrator.
Woodlawn Principal Announced
Jennifer Silvers has been appointed principal at Woodlawn Elementary School, replacing Janet Staggs who is now principal at East Montgomery Elementary.
The following dismissal times will be observed for the 2014-15 school year:
Car riders & Daycare Vans - 2:45 (M-F)
Walkers and YMCA - 2:50 (M-F)
Buses - 2:55 (M-F)
4th Graders visit Capitol Hill
On Wednesday, March 25, Cathy Kolb took five 4th grade friends to Nashville/Legislative Plaza to meet with senators and representatives and take part in the Senate Education Committee Meeting. The students were recognized by Senator Gresham, Senate Education Committee Chair, at the meeting. At this meeting, they also met Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen. The students visited the offices of Senator Mark Green, Senator Reginald Tate (Memphis). Senator Tate was instrumental in inviting our students to the state capitol. They also visited Representative Joe Pitts and Representative Jay Reedy. The students were also honored by meeting and having pictures taken with Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey and Speaker of the House Beth Harwell. An extra treat was discovering that the Nashville Zoo had some animals there on exhibit.
WSMV Channel 4 Visits Moore Magnet!
Meteorologist Paul Heggen visited our First Graders on Monday, March 2nd to talk about the ABCs of Weather. Students were very excited to meet a TV "weatherman". As on-air meteorologist, Paul talked about how early he has to be to the station and that his dog, Dagny, goes with him. He also told the students that there are 5 different types of precipitation; 4 of which we will experience in the next few days. After a his presentation Paul took questions from students representing each teacher's class.
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