Moorhead Junior High News

November Newsletter

No School on Tuesday - Nov. 3

Tuesday, November 3 is a teacher professional development day.

Fall Pictures

Moorhead Junior High pictures will be Nov. 16 during the student's History classes. We will practice social distancing and all participants will wear a mask except for the few seconds they are getting their picture taken.

You can prepay with the online order code ahead of time. This code will be sent out later. If you do not want to prepay, you will get to see your child's picture via an emailed proof and you can order from that email. There will also be an order form to order from when the pictures come in, and it has a proof on it as well. Thank you!!

Here is the link and code to pre-order pictures.

Parents will need to visit and enter code 53656Q
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Virtual Students ----- Hotspot Exchange!

The district has provided us with new hotspots that have updated, faster, and unlimited wifi usage. If your student currently has a hotspot that was checked out from Moorhead Jr. High School prior to October 29th we ask that you send it with your student or bring it to the front office so that we can exchange it with a new updated version. Please ask to see Davonna Wilson for the new hotspot device.

In Person Students

In Person students,

We ask that you promptly return any technology that you borrowed from the school. Please turn in your computer and hotspot to the librarian.

October Students of the Month

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Go Get It Week

November 16th CCHS ROTC visit

November 17th Career information will be available for the students. CCHS counselors will

discuss courses that would help support student career choices.

November 18th CCHS Cosmetology visit

November 19th Hand out college/technical school information.

Information on financial aide and college expenses will be available for students.

November 20th CCHS Culinary Arts visit

The Moorhead Dazzlers!

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Looking Long Term


3rd - No students on campus - Staff Development

12th - Shelter in Place Drill

16th - 20th - Go Get it Week

23rd-27th - Thanksgiving Break


8th Winter Choir Concert

10th Orchestra Concert

TBA - Band Concert

16th Finals

17th Finals

18th Finals (Half Day)

19th - Jan 3 - Holiday Break


4th - Teacher Work Day

5th - Teacher Staff Development

6th - 1st day second semester

15th- 22 - SCIENCE FAIR (Virtual)

19th - Open House - 6pm - 7:30pm


Feb. 6 - Sci Story Competition

Feb. 19 - Science Bowl

Feb 20 - Sci Story Finals


1 - EDC 4:30 - 6:30pm

Weekly Prize Winners!

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Our next PTO meeting for this school year is November 19th at 3pm in the Moorhead Junior High Library.

Shelter In Place Drill

In the event of a tornado, nearby fire, or hazardous waste spill we would shelter in place. We will have a practice Shelter in Place Drill on Nov. 12.

Red Ribbon Week

Does your child need help with homework?

The Student Success Center (SSC) is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4:05pm to 5:10pm. Students staying after school for tutorials can be picked up by the bus ramp or can ride the late bus home. Late buses depart Moorhead at 5:15pm.

Student Success Center Expectations

· Long before 4:00pm students should know how they are getting home (car or late bus); in other words, they do not decide at 4:00 that they need to stay for SSC.

· 4:05 – Students line up at the 7th grade library door, extending towards the cafeteria; whether they hear a dismissal announcement or not, they are released from class at 4:05 (no earlier) for SSC. They should not arrive later than 4:15.

· Students hand SSC facilitator on duty their official, teacher signed SSC pass.

· Students sign in on one of the iPads.

· Students begin working quietly at the appropriate subject area table until tutors arrive.

· Electronic devices are not allowed unless a tutor or SSC facilitator has given permission to use them.

· Students must ask the SSC facilitator for permission to use the restroom.

· Car riders are dismissed at 5:05pm and late bus riders are dismissed at 5:10pm.

Homecoming Week 2020

Anonymous Alerts

Conroe ISD will continue implementation of the Anonymous Alerts – anti bullying app. Anonymous Alerts is a patented student anti-bullying app that helps combat bullying and other negative activity in schools by empowering students to come forward to help themselves and other students. Social and peer pressures are some of the hardest obstacles for students to overcome, now they can report bullying and safety issues quickly using Anonymous Alerts mobile app.

Students or parents in the school community can anonymously submit alerts about suspicious activity, safety threats, bullying, alcohol or drug use, harassment, family issues, school shooter, campus safety concerns, and self-harm issues to school administrators or counselors. The app is free from the Apple Store, Google Play store, and the Chrome store. Students will still have the option to call Kid Chat to report anything at 1-800-kid-chat.

Pumpkin Contest Winners

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Orchestra Students and all families!

We have started our EYS program with Mark Wood and he is presenting a live concert on Zoom for us next week! We hope parents and students at home join us online, and teachers can join too during 1st period. This is a chance for our community to watch one of the founding members of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra perform live, for free!

Free Concert on Zoom, for students, parents, and our community!

Thursday, November 5th at 8:45am


Meeting ID: 295 249 4691

Passcode: markwood

Thank you,
Ms. Blackshear

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Protect your child from the dangers of the Internet on their Phone!

Protect your child from the dangers of the Internet for FREE by following these simple steps:

IOS/Apple I-Phone Users go to:


then scroll down to USE SCREEN TIME PASSCODE (it's in blue) Set a passcode only you know.

Then go back up to:



CONTENT RESTRICTIONS (Set more restrictions here)

You are done!

or please invest in a monitoring app like one of the following:

Net Nanny



The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, TX 77304; (936) 709-7752.