Fox Family Focus

Week of December 5, 2021

Greetings Fox Families!

This is Anita Roane, your principal with this week’s announcements and reminders.


The Foxy Focus for December is Cooperation

The students hear the following statement on the announcements each morning and are encouraged to incorporate it into their daily habits.

Cooperation includes taking turns, working together, and sharing. When we cooperate, we work as a team to make things better for everyone. Friends who are cooperative are helpful and work to get along with everyone.


We are only one week away from our Penguin Patch Holiday Shop! The shop will have gifts that cost as little as $0.25 and up to $12. That makes it easy for our foxes to find something for everyone on their list. Students will be shopping during their STEAM class so don't forget to let them bring in the money they’ve saved to buy surprise gifts for their loved ones. Budget envelopes will be going home with students this week in their Fox Folders. Bring these back next week on their day to shop!


LCPS is excited to promote active learning in our classrooms by incorporating the Walkabouts platform. Walkabouts are web-based lessons for pre-kindergarten to second-grade students that integrate movement with language arts, reading, and math content. Walkabouts are correlated to state and national standards. When schools implement the evidence-based Walkabouts platform, students are engaged in lessons that bring key educational concepts to life through active learning techniques.


Parents, please remember our guidelines for changes in afternoon dismissal. Recently I have noticed a lot of parents coming to the front office after 2:30 PM to pick up students while other parents are waiting patiently in the pickup line. This is not a new procedure, this is serving as a reminder that all changes in afternoon dismissal must be made by 12 noon. Students will no longer be called to the front office without prior notification before noon. I ask that you remember this and please plan accordingly because after 2:30 PM you will be directed to the pickup line. Students should only be getting picked up early for scheduled appointments or emergencies. Our goal is for everyone to be respectful and use the parent pickup line to receive their students at the end of the day and to have our students get the maximum instructional time provided by their teachers by allowing them to remain in the classroom until dismissal. Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.


Here is a message from our PTA President. We hope you will join us for another PTA Meeting Via ZOOM! We know the holiday season gets super busy with activities, so we hope to make this time spent worth your while learning more about our PTA and how we can help our children, teachers, and school.

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The Drama Club's 1st Production

If you haven't checked out our Drama Club's 1st Production---grab some popcorn and check it out! Special thanks to Mrs. Gregory and Mrs. Whipp for being our Drama Club sponsors. Thank you parents for allowing your students to stay back for rehearsals. Thank you students for all of your hard work and practice!
The Complaint Department- Drama Club Performance 2021

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Kindergarten Community Helpers Day

Thank you to the Louisa Sheriff's Office K-9 Bloodhound Search Unit and Station 1 Louisa County Fire-EMS

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CBS 6 Gives

Deputy Anderson was featured in last week's segment. Click the link below the photos if you haven't seen it.

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Pony Partners Check Presentation

Thank you all again for your generous donations. We were able to present Ms. Patty from Pony Partners a check for $1,451.00.
Plan Ahead with the M-NES School Calendar

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Here's What's Happening in the Fox Den!


  • December 6th -Put a Spin on It - Wear blue, white, and or silver
  • December 7th - General PTA Meeting via Zoom @6 PM
  • December 7th -Let it Snow Day - Wear white, silver, sparkles, or snowflake-themed clothing December 8th-Tinsel Day- Let's see you sparkle! Wear sequins, diamonds, or anything shiny!
  • December 10th - Come to School Comfy Day - Wear your favorite sweat pants/comfortable pants
  • December 13th - Favorite Holiday Shirt/Character Shirt - Wear your favorite holiday or character shirt
  • December 14th -Favorite Holiday Accessories -Break out your headbands, neckties, and socks, etc., and start accessorizing!
  • December 15th- Holiday Sweater Day - Wear your favorite holiday sweater!
  • December 16th - Flannel Day/Pajama Day - Get cozy and wear your favorite flannel shirt or pajamas!
  • December 17th -Fun and Festive Holiday Wear - Break out your light-up necklace, headband, sparkly vests or holiday suit, etc.
  • December 13th -17th -Penguin Patch Holiday Shop
  • December 20th - January 4th - Winter Vacation

Resources for Parents

Moss-Nuckols Elementary School Website

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Moss-Nuckols Elementary School Counseling Page

Click here to learn more about our school counselors and their programs.

Moss-Nuckols Elementary School Facebook Page

Click here to view our school's FaceBook page.

Moss-Nuckols Elementary School PTA

Click here to stay connected with our PTA. Have you joined?

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The Mission and Vision of Moss-Nuckols Elementary School

The mission of Moss-Nuckols Elementary School is to collaborate with families and community members to foster independent, life-long learners in a safe and nurturing environment.

Our Vision...

-Provide standards-based instruction

-Foster community engagement

-Provide a positive and inviting school climate

-Establish clear communication

-Provide highly qualified teachers

Stay Connected

We believe in collaboration and communication between home and school here at the Home of the Foxes. Please feel free to always share your questions, concerns, and ideas with me. Thank you for making our school the EpicMNES that it is.