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October is Down Syndrome Awareness month, so students and staff wore blue and yellow to show our support for Down Syndrome Awareness.  Down Syndrome Awareness month gives us the opportunity to spread awareness, advocacy and inclusion throughout our community.

Mossy Head School dads and dad representatives came out for "Dads Take Your Child to School" Day. Dads joined their children in super fun and challenging S.T.E.M. activities in their classes. From making their own bouncy balls, to stacking cups without using their hands, to building the tallest, strongest tower, students, teachers, and dads had a great time learning together!

Mossy Head School students, families, and staff came together for an exciting night of dinner, classroom visits, and math! Families gathered for dinner. Then, students took their families to show off their classrooms and visit with their teachers. The whole school gathered back together for some math station fun. Mr. Greg Tang Jr. and Mr. Jared Saavedra targeted building students' knowledge of critical math strategies and skills, while also giving them a chance to practice those strategies and skills in fun and engaging ways. They encourage both parents and students to think about numbers in new and fun ways together.

"Got Respect?"

September 16, 2019

“Got Respect?" Tour speaker, Christ Hollyfied, visited Mossy Head School to discuss with students the emotional and physical effects of bullying, and also how to recognize and avoid it among their peers. Chris uses his experiences, his life struggles, and stories to give students real life examples of bullying and how to overcome it so they can go on to be healthy and successful.