• MPS Launches District Podcast

    Moore Public Schools is proud to launch another avenue of communication for podcast listeners. Join Dawn Jones, Director of Communications, and her guests each week as they discuss district initiatives, successes, and how MPS is shaping today's students into tomorrow's leaders.

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  • #ReadMOORE Book Bus

    Coming to a Park Near You!

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  • Project SEARCH

    Project SEARCH is a unique business‐partnered transition program for students identified as having a significant disability. It is targeted for students whose main goal is employment and will benefit from career exploration.

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  • Moore Love

    Every Friday in February we will have fundraisers at each school site. Funds raised will go toward our three causes: Regional Foodbank, Mary Abbott Children's House, and the Sparrow Project. Fundraisers will be different at each school, selected by student leaders and approved by their administration. This year we are having an intra-district challenge to see which high school and their feeders can raise the most money. At the end of February, based on the most funds raised, a champion will be determined, and they will receive the trophy and bragging rights! Will it be the Lion Pride, Jaguar Pride or SaberCat pride?

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  • Teacher Recruitment

    Moore Public Schools is part of a vibrant community that supports education. Newly graduated teachers and those seeking a place to teach look no further.

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  • Bond Highlights

    In 2015 Moore Public School patrons voted for the continued success, safety, and excellence of Moore Public Schools. Check out some of the great things that have happened because of this bond!

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  • School Safety & Security

    Patrons teamed up with the Moore Public Schools Foundation to raise $500,000 to fund safety and security initiatives across the district.

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