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Mossy Head School's PTO organized a McTeacher's Night at the local Costa McDonald's in Mossy Head as a fundraiser for the school. Students, parents, and staff had a great time!

MHS honors Veterans

November 10, 2015

Mossy Head School hosted a Veteran's Day program on November 10th to honor our past and present military service men and women for Veteran's Day. Fifth grade students performed patriotic songs for the crowd of students, parents, Veterans, and staff. Fourth grade students, Lyndsey Wright and Akadian Campbell, performed a skit called "What is a Veteran?". MHS students had the privilege of listening to a Veteran, Sgt. L'Orange, tell about his service in the military. MHS says THANK YOU to all Veterans for your service!

Mossy Head School hosted a Math and APTT (Academic Parent Teacher Team) Night for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade parents. Parents visited their child's classroom and learned strategies to help their child with math at home, as well as looking at their child's math data. Parents set goals for their child in math and worked with teachers to create a plan on reaching that goal. Students in 3rd-5th grades enjoyed a dance while their parents met with their teachers. By teachers and parents working together, our students will reach their Destination------Learning!

  

 

Congratulations to Mossy Head School's Tropicana Speech winners!

4th Grade

1st place- Aubriyah Smith

2nd place- Grady Campbell

3rd place- Melody Aguayo-Martinez

5th Grade

1st place- Trey Atlow

2nd place- Morgan Reynolds

3rd place- Mason Hennick

Congratulations to Naydene Higgins for being chosen as the Student of the Month for November. Naydene is a member of the Mustang News, MHS's morning show, serves as a Mustang Marshall for MHS, and has been elected as a K-Kid. Naydene is an excellent role model to her peers in and out of the classroom. Way to go, Naydene!

Students and staff of Mossy Head School enjoyed dressing up as their favorite book character and parading around the school for parents and visitors. Students also displayed a word that described their character on their costume. Our annual Character Parade helps promote and celebrate reading at MHS!