Moore County's 2020-2021 page

2020-2021

College Strength Coach Gives Guidance to Vikings
When Jason Trousdale made his introduction to the Union Pines football team last week after being approved as the team’s next head coach, he said that to compete moving forward it will take a dedicated focus in the weight room.
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Pinecrest, Van Paris Show Grit to Earn Boys Golf State Titles
This season was a perfect storm for the Pinecrest boys golf team, and it gave a perfect close to the high school career of senior Jackson Van Paris.
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North Moore Trio Named All-Yadkin Valley Conference
Three North Moore student-athletes were honored as all-conference by the Yadkin Valley Conference following the conclusion of the softball and girls soccer seasons.
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Moore County Schools Celebrates the Month of the Military Child
Moore County Schools joins the State of North Carolina, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and surrounding school districts in celebrating the Month of the Military Child through April.
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MCS Receives Grant for College Readiness Initiative
A two-year College Readiness Program (CRP) from the National Math and Science Initiative is launching at military-connected Pinecrest and Union Pines High Schools near the Ft. Bragg Army Installation. The U.S. Department of Defense funds the program.
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Superintendent's Message: Budget Introduction
The Moore County Board of Education invites the public to participate in the development of its budget for the 2021-22 school year.
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Dr. Grimesey's Statement on K-5 Returning
Since our students returned to school in August, Moore County Schools has learned a lot about keeping our students and employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Moore County Schools Participates in Impact Aid Electronic Survey Pilot Program
Moore County Schools (MCS) has been selected to participate in the Department of Education’s Impact Aid Electronic Data Collection Pilot Program allowing federally connected families to complete the annual Impact Aid survey using an electronic form. The transition from paper surveys to an electronic platform will allow participating families to complete one survey per household rather than a form for each child.
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With Ribbon Cutting, A New Chapter for Southern Pines Elementary
After a year and a half of construction, the only thing now missing at the new Southern Pines Elementary School campus is the students themselves.
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West Pine Junior Engineers Clinch Second in World Competition
A group of West Pine Middle students has proven this year that the key element of any scholastic science and engineering program is the ingenuity of the students themselves.
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"No Limit to the Possibilities:" Aberdeen School Celebrated
They may have spent the last decade teaching the next generation while surrounded by 50-year-old buildings long in need of repair. But now that the staff at Aberdeen Elementary is situated in a brand-new school, a month into an unprecedented school year, they’re done looking into the past.
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Twenty Schools Receive NC Purple Star Distinction
In December 2019, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction launched the Purple Star program to recognize individual public and charter schools that demonstrate military-friendly practices and a commitment to military students and their families. Schools that earn the award are identified by the Purple Star icon on their N.C. School Report Card and Purple Star banners displayed on their campuses.
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Moore County Schools Honors Teacher, Principal of the Year
Moore County Schools is pleased to announce our district Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year.
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Mariah Morris named “Innovation and Special Projects Coordinator”
The 2019-2020 Wellcome Burroughs Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year, Moore County Schools’ Mariah Morris, will take on a new role with the district as its Innovation and Special Projects Coordinator.
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School Board Members Helena Wallin-Miller, John Weaver and School Board Chair Libby Carter were joined by Southern Pines Mayor Carol Haney, Aberdeen Mayor Robbie Farrell, Whispering Pines Mayor Alexa Roberts and Pinhurst Mayor Pro Tem Judy Davis.
Schools Break Ground on New Pinehurst Elementary
Steel beams and concrete walls, the first bones of the new Pinehurst Elementary Schools, now loom over the cleared ground where an entire school stood for 80 years.
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Dr. Betty Wells Brown Appointed to NCSBA Legislative Committee
The North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) has named Moore County Schools Board Member Dr. Betty Brown an at-large member of the NCSBA Legislative Committee.
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From the Desk of... Dante Poole
Over the past three-and-a-half years, Dante Poole has served the students and families of Aberdeen Elementary School.
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EDNC Teacher Profile: Ashley Luersman
Moving from privilege to Title I schools: Ashley Luersman of Moore County
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Active Defender App
A Year After Its Launch, Active Defender Touted as a Major Leap for Campus Safety
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Nat and Blanchie Carter
Carters Receive The Order of the Long Leaf Pine
Moore County Schools’ own Nat and Blanchie Carter were presented with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine prior to kickoff at the Pinecrest v. Union Pines football game on Friday, September 13. Congratulations Coach Carter and Mrs. Carter! Click here for more photos.
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From the Desk of... Dr. Seth Powers
Moore County Schools Director for Student Support Services Dr. Seth Powers outlines in the November edition of "The Pilot Perspective" some of the accomplishments and efforts of the Student Support Services Department.
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From the Desk of...Dr. Dale Buie
Moore County Schools Senior Director of Operations Dr. Dale Buie outlines in the October edition of "The Pilot Perspective" some of the challenges and efforts to improve bus transportation.
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Wayne Osborne
Wayne Osborne Named Schools' Volunteer of the Year
Wayne Osborne, volunteer at Union Pines, is named the 2018-2019 Volunteer of the Year!
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