The Moody Knitting Club made over 100 hats to donate to St. Mary’s hospital. Many students enjoyed learning this skill, while giving back to their community. The club’s sponsor, Mrs. Hershberger, is so proud of each and every one of these students who took the time to learn something new and challenging.
Hot off the press!! 2018 IB Summer Reading is here! Please complete the activities for the grade level you will be in next year. Current 5th graders – complete the 6th grade IB Summer Reading! Current 6th graders – complete the 7th grade IB Summer Reading! Current 7th graders – complete the 8th grade IB Summer Reading! Enjoy!!
Check out the new issue of the Raider Review:
Congratulations to Laurie Morris, one of Henrico’s Top Teachers!
What should Henrico County Public Schools look like in 2025? The school division wants to know your views on a draft version of a new guiding document. A draft of Henrico Schools’ 2018-25 Strategic Plan, along with a brief survey, are now available by going to http://henricoschools.us/2018-2025-draft-strategic-plan/. Or, visit henricoschools.us and look under “Hot Topics.” There is also a public hearing scheduled for May 24. Here’s how you can get involved:
Public hearing to comment on Henrico Schools’ proposed plan for 2018-25
When: May 24 at 5:30 p.m. (before School Board’s 6:30 p.m. meeting)
Where: New Bridge Learning Center auditorium, 5915 Nine Mile Road, Henrico, Va. 23223
Online survey to comment on Henrico Schools’ proposed plan for 2018-25
When: Complete by May 30 at 11:59 p.m.
March of Dimes
Special thanks to everyone that participated in the MARCH OF DIMES on Saturday, April 28th at ANTHEM on Staples Mill Rd.
Moody Middle School had 25+ FBLA members, family and friends walking and we were able to collect and donate $500.
The MMS FBLA team appreciates everyone’s support and donation.
Ms. Logan, FBLA Advisor
Ahhh the places we go to spread our love of Coding…
Did you know that members of the MMS Coding Club has been sharing their love of coding to a few of the HCPS Elementary Schools this year?
The first opportunity was when MMS Coding Club was included in the first CS (Computer Science) to ES (Elementary Schools) program. This is where selected middle schools in HCPS was invited to lead in a coding day at the East Laburnum Recreation Center, on March 27th, with selected students that attended HCPS Elementary Schools. The MMS Coding Club members shared their knowledge of the MIT APP Inventor, using the android mini tablets that CapitalOne donated to the Moody Coding Club, in December 2017. The following Coding Club members that volunteered to support this event was: Kennedy G., Nailah H., Brittany Q., Rishika R.,and Rachel S.
The next opportunity, came as an invitation from Rivers Edge Elementary to attend their STEM night, which was scheduled for April 12th from 6pm to 7:30pm. The MMS Coding Club members had the opportunity to work with students from K-5 on the code.org site and learn on the play lab game. A member of the MMS Coding Club name Rochan Sonti also shared a game that he designed using Raspberry Pi. The following Coding Club members that volunteered to support this event was: Nikhil A., Armaan A., Jeevan C., Shishira N., and Rochan S.
Special thanks to all the MMS Coding Club members that shared their love of coding.
Ms. Karen Logan, Business & Intormation Techology Teacher
Once again, Moody Raiders swept the public speaking competition at Thursday night’s Richmond Optimist Oratorical contest. Moving on to state level competition on May 19, congratulations to first-place winners Pooja M. and Ishan J.! The students did a great job. #RaiderNation
This week, our Moody Raiders ROCKED the forensics competition!
Forensics Public Speaking Competition Winners in ABC order by grade:
Nitya K., 1st place, poetry; Akshara M., 1st place, prose; Aryan M., 1st place, poetry; Arjun M., 2nd place, oratory; Mihir P., 3rd place, poetry; Nihal P., 1st place, oratory; Anjani R., 2nd place, poetry; Nainika S., 3rd place, prose
Eliaf A. 3rd place, poetry; Shreyas A., 1st place, prose; Ishan J., 1st place, oratory; Ilakkiya S., 1st place, oratory; Will T., 2nd place, oratory
Nathasha D., 3rd place, oratory; Michael K., 1st place, prose; Nikki K., 2nd place, prose; Pooja M., 1st place, oratory; Farhan N., 1st place, oratory; Chirayu N., 2nd place, prose; Rahul S., 1st place, poetry; Sriaan S., 3rd place, oratory; Eddie Z., 2nd place, poetry; Katie Z., 1st place, poetry
This past weekend, Leah S., Risshi N., Shruthy R., Nihal P., Nikki K., Carly P., and Nitya K. competed at the Region History Day competition. These students had to complete an independent study and project based on the theme conflict and compromise. The students researched a wide variety of topics and completed websites, essays, and exhibits.
A special congratulations to Carly and Nikki who took honorable mention for their documentary on the Edict of Milan, Risshi, and Nihal who took second place in group exhibit for their work on Jammu and Kashmir, and Leah, who took first place in the essay category for her paper on the Compromise of 1790.
Risshi, Nihal, and Leah will be advancing to the state competition next month!!!
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