3rd Annual Moody Raider Golf Tournament
Benefiting the PTA Raider Athletic Boosters!
Saturday, May 20, 2017 Belmont Golf Course Captain’s Choice
7:15 am Registration Opens 8:00 am Shotgun Start
All proceeds will go to benefit the PTA Raider Athletic Booster for Moody Middle School.
Download details and the registration form here.
The 8th Grade Dance Committee is busy planning a wonderful celebration for our departing Raiders as they celebrate the end of middle school. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Moody Relay for Life shirts are now on sale here.
The web store closes April 9, so order soon! Proceeds will be included in Moody’s Relay donation.
Students and parents: We need your help with this! We need to make you aware that you must not ever bring SLIME to school. You will get a disciplinary consequence if you bring slime, make slime, or sell slime at school. Do not place bags of slime in your book bag. Do not have slime in your possession at the bus stop, on the bus, or at school. Slime is made from toxic substances and you must not ever bring any of it to school. Disciplinary consequences will result. It can and has caused property damage, and it is dangerous, and do not bring it to school.
Congratulations to Tejas Muthusamy! He is now headed to the Scripps National Spelling Bee outside Washington for the 4th time, after winning the Richmond regional bee this weekend. The winning word was florilegium, which Muthusamy spelled correctly in the 14th round. Tejas will compete in the National Spelling Bee in late May. Good luck and we are super proud of you!
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.
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 was March 3, 2017.
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.