Inclement Weather Information!
With the arrival of winter weather, the Moberly School District would like to provide parents with information related to the communication of inclement weather updates. Click the links below to download the Inclement Weather Information sheet and the 2018-2019 Snow Routes.
Inclement Weather Information
2018-2019 Snow Routes
MHS Financial Aid Night!
Moberly High School will be hosting a Financial Aid Night in which financial aid experts will help answer any
of your questions. They will give a short presentation that will cover financial aid tips and other information
you need to know as you and your student continue to make plans for life after high school.
The Financial Aid Night will be held at MHS on November 19th, 2018, from 6pm-7pm in the PD room. This
is open to everyone who has questions about financial aid, scholarships, grants, the FAFSA, and paying for
school. This is a free meeting, regardless of what your plan is after high school.
United Way campaign Coats for Kids is geared toward providing a coat to students in need at the secondary grade levels 6-12. Pictured are Tiana Gates, Resource Coordinator for Moberly School District; Jennifer Wilson, Kristee Ornburn, United Way Board members; Atina Roberts, Executive Director of United Way; Wes Land, Principal of Moberly Middle School; Vance Downing, Director of the North Central Regional Schools; and Dr. Erin Oligschlaeger, Director of Special Services for Moberly School District.
Mini Grant Recipients!
The Moberly Public Schools Foundation prize patrol recently made their way through the district awarding mini grant recipients! Congratulations to Brian Katcher, Librarian K-2; Erica Trusty, South Park Kindergarten; Lori Egesdal, Marissa Klenda, Carmen Sylvester, Jennifer Holcomb and Jennifer Garnett all 2nd grade at South Park; Dawn Ragsdale, 3rd grade; Leah Gurley, 5th grade; Mikayla Johnson, 4th grade and Stephanie Orscheln, SLP-A for GBE.
October Impact Month!
Tara Hull and Courtney Patrick with First State Community Bank presented a donation of $1,500 to the Moberly School District for their October Impact Month. The money will be used to assist in lowering student’s outstanding lunch balances. Thank you very much for supporting the Moberly School District and our students!Courtney
National FFA President Visits MATC!
Recently, the National FFA president Bre Holbert presented to students at MATC.
MATC Students Learn Essential Skills!
Recently, students in Mr. Kruse's classroom worked on essential skills such as teamwork, leadership and cooperation!
Students Participate in Global Read Aloud!
At Gratz Brown Elementary, third grade enrichment students are participating in the Global Read Aloud. Created in 2010, the Global Read Aloud has a simple goal in mind, one book to connect the world. Classes participating in the event read aloud the same book and then try to make as many global connections as possible. This year participating students are reading A Boy Called BAT. Recently, the students received postcards from their partner school in Columbus, Texas.
Students Visit Peach Tree Farm!
Recently, the South Park kindergartners took a field trip to Peach Tree Farms. Above are a few pictures of the students enjyoing their time at the farm.
Walk to School Day!
Recently, students, teachers and parents participated in the Walk to School Day. Above are a few pictures of the students who participated in this fun event.
ACT Testing Provided for All Juniors
During the 2018/2019 spring semester, the ACT test will be offered to all juniors at Moberly High School. District funds will be utilized again this year to provide this service. ACT results provide feedback to students on their college readiness. Moberly High School will be hosting the ACT college-entrance exam on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.
A letter was sent home with students on Friday, September 14th with more information about this opportuntiy. Click the link below to download and view the letter.
GBE Students Learn about Scoliosis!
September 1 was established through a proclamation signed by the Governor of Missouri as Scoliosis Awareness Day. Gratz Brown Elementary students learned more about scoliosis through the reading of a book title "Beautiful Crooked Letter I" which was donated to the school library by Shae Smith, Miss Springfield's Outstanding Teen 2018. Miss Smith advocates for early detection and prevention of scoliosis. Shown in the picture are students from Miss Crawford's 4th grade class after the reading of this book.