Principal - Alicia Konecny (e-mail)

*Ms. Konecny will be on maternity leave in the fall of 2014.

If you need assistance please contact Interim Principal Mr. Gary Ramonetti (e-mail)


  

                          

  

Important Dates:

 

Meet the Teacher Night: September 18th

 

MM PFC Meeting: September 22nd - 7:00 p.m.

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Crazy Sock Day- Many of our students joined in the fun and showed their school spirit on Crazy Sock Day!  Photo Gallery

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September 11 Flag Planting- On September 11th students showed their patriotism by wearing red, white, and blue.  Two of our 2nd grade students read the pledge.  Then students planted flags in the front of the building with their classes. Photo Gallery

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Welcome Back To School!

We are very excited to welcome all of our new incoming Pre-Kindergarteners and Kindergarteners and our returning First and Second Graders to May Moore!    Photo Gallery          

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Please follow the links below for our 2014-2015
 School Supply Lists: 
Pre-Kindergarten Supply List 

Kindergarten Supply List

First Grade Supply List

Second Grade Supply List  
              


         

Summer School Carnival Debut

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Marking a transition to the return of classes in September, the district held its first summer school carnival in August, celebrating the program’s last day. The event – including numerous games, coloring books, bubble blowing, hula hooping, cotton candy and a visit from Mister Softee – was held at the JFK gymnasium.

“I thought it would be nice to do something for the children, who worked so hard all summer,” said teacher Phyllis Senia, who planned the carnival. “It shows them that coming to school brings a reward, where they can play and have a good time.”

The summer program, which includes a variety of activities and field trips, benefits approximately 60 special education students, ranging from kindergarten to high school, from each of the district’s schools, aided by a staff of 33 teachers and administrators as well as student volunteers.

 

Deer Park School District