Amanda Moore Elementary School

May 2017 Chalkboard News

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Science Olympiad

Good luck to our Science Olympiad team!!! Their big competition is scheduled for Saturday, May 20th at the Macomb Community College South Campus. Go team Amanda Moore!!
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Lost & Found Items - EVERYTHING MUST GO!!

All unclaimed lost and found items will be donated at the end of the day, Friday, May 12th. Between now and then, please take a moment to look through the items and reclaim anything that belongs to your child(ren). There will be several opportunities to do so....the Book Fair runs the week of May 8th through the 12th, as well as the Art & Student Showcase which is scheduled for May 11th.

Green School "Emerald" Status

Congratulations to the Amanda Moore Green Team. Because of their efforts, we were once again honored as an Official Michigan Emerald School. A huge thank you to Mrs. Frieldi and all of the green team members for their hard work making Amanda Moore "GREEN". Way to go!!!
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Important Information Regarding Updating Student Information:

Once again, student information will be NEED TO BE UPDATED online for the 2017/18 school year. All families will be receiving a letter in late July/early August with instructions on how to update and verify their child’s information. This information is used for emergency situations, therefore, it is extremely important that these updates be completed prior to the start of the school year. Please look for the letter to arrive by early August and feel free to contact the school office if you have any questions.
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Green School Environmental Tips

Spring clean the natural way.

Now that you've cleared the clutter and can actually see those countertops and hardwood floors, you still have to scrub off the grit and grime from the winter (ick!).

But harsh fumes from some traditional cleaners may do more harm than good: They can be responsible for around 10 percent of toxic exposures reported to poison control centers and are difficult to dispose of properly.

You can most likely find "green" or "natural" cleaning products at your grocery store. But you can save some money and make your own cleaning product from supplies you already have.

For spray cleaner: Combine and store in a spray bottle 2 cups water 1/4 cup white vinegar; 1/4 tsp. tea tree oil; 1/4 tsp. lavender oil

For deodorizing cleaning: Mix one part vinegar and one part water in a spray bottle to clean countertops, floors, stovetops and other appliances. Scrub dishes, surfaces and stains with a lemon that has been cut in half and sprinkled with baking soda on the flat side

Keep in mind that homemade cleaners may not completely eliminate all bacteria, such as the H1N1 virus. Be sure you read your product's label and follow the instructions as directed.

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Amanda Moore Elementary School

Romeo Community Schools:

Board of Education:

Mrs. Anita Banach, President

Mr. Chris Young, Vice President

  • Mr. Mike Antoine, Secretary
  • Dr. Gus Demas, Treasurer
  • Mrs. Jill Rilley, Trustee
  • Mr. Wayne Conner, II, Trustee
  • Mrs. Kim Barrows, Trustee

  • Central Office:
  • Mr. Eric Whitney, Superintendent
  • Ms. Jennifer McFarlane, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services
  • Mr. Don Gratton, Executive Director of Facilities & Quality Control
  • Mr. David Massoglia, Executive Director of Business and Finance
  • Mr. Mark Nelson, Executive Director of Technology

  • Interpretación en español disponible poniéndose en contacto con Celia Ciecko 586-281-1419.

  • Amanda Moore Elementary School:

  • Mr. Roger Bennett, Principal
  • Mrs. Dee LoGrasso, Secretary
  • Mrs. Tammy Hagood, Office Aide