Patrons' Advisory Council

  • Our Partners-Patron's Advisory Council

    Input from the community is essential in providing a high quality education for students of Moore Public Schools. The Board and administration value participation from parents, students, staff and other members of the community in carrying out the work of the school system.

    For several years important input has been provided by a committee comprised of about 100 parents, teachers, administrators, civic leaders, retired persons and others interested in a strong school system. This committee, called the Patrons Advisory Committee, meets on a regular basis to assist the district in planning for future needs as well as provide input on current issues facing the district.

    Through the years the committee has helped in determining items that will placed on bond issues. The committee also is instrumental in ensuring the passage of the bond issues.

    In 2001 the committee recommended the largest bond issue in the history of the school district. The $21.7 million bond issue will be collected during a two-year period and provide for multi-purpose buildings at the elementary schools, artificial turf and track at the high school stadium, transportation items, technology improvements and other improvement to the district.

    Each school principal names a representative to serve on the committee. However, anyone can participate in the work of the committee. Interested persons should contact the Communications Department or any school principal.