Puppies in the park is at Short Pump Park!
Date: March 4, 2017 10 AM – 3PM
Rain-date: March 12 10 AM – 3 PM
Help support a great cause, and join us for a fun-filled day!
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Moody Raiders, you’re in luck! The Moody SCA and PTA are hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Dance on Friday, March 17, from 7-9:00 PM. Dress is casual, and green and St. Patrick’s Day outfits are encouraged, but be mindful of the HCPS dress code! We will have various games of chance to test your luck, DJ/Dancing, food, and photo op areas with cool props and backgrounds!
Tickets are $5 and will be sold outside the school clinic in the mornings the week of the dance. Permission slips will be available soon.
Most importantly, the money raised with this dance will be donated to Relay for Life to fight cancer!
We are happy to announce our plans for a 7th grade field trip on Friday, April 21 to The Newseum and the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for a tour of the major monuments and memorials. Please click here for more details.
Click here for the student permission form, where parents can volunteer to chaperone on the trip.
Will you be attending Godwin High School next year? “Getting to Know Godwin” is a program for rising 9th graders that will be held on March 13th at 7:00 p.m. at Godwin. This event is a great way for our rising 8th grade students to get a head start on Godwin High. Download more details here.
Thank you for joining or supporting The Moody Marvels! We look forward to our 4th Relay together as we continue to fight against cancer. Our school family has lost family and friends and celebrated our survivors. We know that working together is the only way to combat this dreaded disease. Our school team is one of the largest in our area because we love each other, love our community, and love Relay! Click here for more details and to sign up for this May 6th event!
Summer Online Health and Physical Education Information from HCPS:
Online Summer Health and Physical Education has become a popular program for HCPS students.
Online summer school health and physical education class enrollment is capped at 500 students. Priority will be given to rising 11th and 12th grade students to ensure that they have the credits necessary for graduation.
All students will have to enter a lottery to be selected for the course this summer.
The deadline for lottery entry is this Friday, March 3, at 4 PM.
More information and the registration form is located here.
Please click here for Center for the Arts online health course information. This is a special course for certain CFA students that does not include the PE component.
Mrs. O’Connor’s 6th grade IB Design class presents their software application projects to a technology expert via Skype. The students have been working with APPS FOR GOOD, a non-profit based in the United Kingdom. They were presenting all their work and creativity to a technology expert living in Kampala, Uganda, who was able to provide feedback from there with an app industry point of view. Congratulations to this group on a great culminating activity for the semester!
There is still have space available for interested students who would like to travel to London, England, THIS SUMMER from June 26, 2017 – July 3, 2017. Why travel? Educational travel is a vital part of a complete education. It expands views, promotes understanding, and provides first-hand experiences of classroom lessons. The majority of individuals that participated in youth travel directly credit their travel experiences as positively impacting their education and career.
This tour is packed—from Piccadilly Circus to Shakespeare’s birthplace, students will attend daily tours of London’s hotspots. Not only that, but students will experience a once-in-a-lifetime workshop at the historic Globe Theater and attend not one but TWO West End theater productions (London’s version of Broadway!). Need-based financial aid is available, as well.
He’s done it again! Congratulations to the 2017 Henrico County Spelling Bee champion (for the fourth consecutive year!): Tejas Muthusamy of Moody Middle School. Tejas now advances to the Richmond Times-Dispatch regional Bee on Saturday, March 11th, held at the Library of Virginia.
Way to go T-E-J-A-S!
Schoology is one tool teachers use to post assignments and facilitate communication with students. Please note that Schoology is not the grade book of record. For that, see PowerSchool.
Parents can access Schoology using their child’s login credentials:
- Log out of all Google Accounts (your personal or student’s personal Gmail account, for example.)
- Go to drive.google.com and use your student credentials to login to Google.
- Once logged in to Google, open a new tab and go to henrico.schoology.com .
- You should now be automatically be logged in to Schoology.
Currently, the Schoology Parent Portal is not available, but is expected to go online in the 2017-18 school year. For more information, please see this link on what Schoology has to offer.