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Mrs. Moore is is a National Board Certified Teacher,
the highest honor currently available to teachers, and achieving this honor designates a teacher as an accomplished professional.
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Expansive Study Shows Students Make Greater Academic Gains When Taught by National Board Certified Teachers®

Clidk here to learn about our Math Movies project funded by WA STEM.
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Mrs. Moore is the first person in the state of Washington to earn the Specialty Endorsement for Teaching
the Gifted!
Math is Cool Link
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We need sleep to keep us healthy, happy,
and doing our best!
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Have fun with our Interactive Sliding Puzzle Page featuring Brandon's drawing of Orcas!
GETTING PUBLISHED in the KIDZONE
Youngsters ages 3-18 are invited to send stories, poems, or color artwork on unlined paper for consideration for publication to: Tri-City Herald, Attention KidZone, P.O. Box 2608, Tri-Cities, WA 99302 or bring to the Herald offices at 333 W. Canal Drive, Kennewick.  Include your name, age, telephone number, city you live in and school.  For more information, call 582-1447.  Submissions become property of the Herald and may be reprinted in any format.

 

Once your child has taken the MAP reading test, we will receive a progress report that includes your child's lexile range of reading.  Click the logo above to help you and your child take the guess work out of choosing "just right books."  At this web site you can enter your child's lexile range in reading to find book titles within your child's reading ability range.  You can also Key in a book title to find out if it falls within your child's lexile range.  Books that are below your child's lexile range ("too easy") or books that are above your child's lexile range ("too hard") will not help to improve your child's reading skills. 

Check out the butterfly project we piloted for Wisconsin Fast Plants on our Class Projects page or click on the caterpillar.
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