9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Board of Education Work Session
Military Forms Mean Money for County Schools
Moore County Schools Collecting Federal Impact Aid Surveys
Local FFA Members Receive Scholarships
Brown, Davis Compete for Open Board Seat
Two Incumbents Compete for Board Seat
Tea Party to Host School Board Candidate Forum
Cunningham, Goodridge Vie for District 5 Race
Pinecrest Responds to Student Threat of 'Gun Violence'
MCS is deeply saddened by the passing of Robbins Elementary 4th grade teacher Mr. James Ray
Local Student Wins Award in International Contest
County Approves New Funding Formula for Schools
Schools Forecast Funding Shortfall for Future Class Size Demands
SCC Approves Land for Specialty High School
School Board Approves Revised Construction Timeline, Budget
County Works on Plan to Fund New Schools
Moore County Schools Face Savings Depletion
Moore County Schools Achieves Gains in State Accountability Measures
Attention Moore County Schools Employees
Open enrollment for the North Carolina State Health Plan ends on October 31. All active and non-Medicare subscribers and their eligible dependents will automatically default to the Traditional 70/30 health insurance plan for 2017 unless you take action before October 31. To make changes to your health insurance plan, visit www.shpnc.org and choose the ENROLL NOW option or call 855-859-0966 to enroll. If you do not make changes to your plan, you will be enrolled in the Traditional 70/30 plan for 2017 which may result in higher monthly premiums for the year.
Federal Impact Aid
This week, Federal Impact Aid
surveys are being sent home to collect data on the total numbers of
federally-connected children in Moore County Schools. This data will help MCS
secure Department of Education funding to support military connected students.
Please complete and return to your child’s school one survey per child by
October 31. Surveys and are also available online on MCS website on the
military families page at www.ncmcs.org/militaryfamilies.
Thank you for supporting MCS!
The Moore Philharmonic Orchestra will perform their Fall Showcase Concert in Owens Auditorium on the Sandhills Community College campus on October 8 at 7 p.m. Opening their 12th season, this orchestra features local student performers and seasoned adults. The orchestra’s woodwind, brass and string ensembles will be featured, as well as selections from Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. The event is free and open to the public.
Area I Elementary School