Moore MST Magnet School
Together...We are Continuing the Tradition of Excellence
PTA Reflections Contest - Three Students Advance to State
Brandon Miles - Photography
Fabiola Caraballo - Musical Composition
Alejandra Rodriguez - Written Composition
Week of January 11, 2021
Make sure to bring your Student Agenda and Permanent I.D. to school each day. The agenda contains information that will help you take control of your day and make plans for success. The student I.D. is a district requirement, and it makes you eligible to participate in school-wide incentives.
- Snow Day- school closed
- B Day
- Tuesday, January12 - Magnet Recruitment Evening @ 6pm
- A Day
- B Day
- A Day
- 93 and Up Party
How to receive your technology device:
We anticipate the arrival of technology devices for each student during the early part of the next semester. However, we need your help. Please click on the links below to watch the informative video and to fill out the required parent technology agreement for your student. In order to receive a technology device, each child must complete the technology form.
Chromebook Handout and Videos https://www.tylerisd.org/page/chromebook-distribution
Parent Portal to sign the Technology Agreement: https://www.tylerisd.org/page/grades-online
4th 6 Weeks - Academic Focus
Teachers are continuing to plan and deliver rigorous instruction on a daily basis. Attendance each day is crucial to keeping up with the pace. Students are encouraged to show personal responsibility and individual determination by completing all class work to their very best ability, and to take advantage of a number of support programs on campus. Some are listed below. Parents can monitor student grades and register for notifications in the Tyler ISD Parent Portal.
- All students should plan to attend morning tutorials from 7:45-8:20 each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. No appointment required.
Mustang Round Up
In this academic support program, students will participate in intervention and extension activities each Monday, during the second half of first period.
On Wednesday, January 27, students must return their progress report with a parent signature. Students with a 73 and above in all classes may participate in an activity during the last period of the day. Students with any grades below a 73 will be given an opportunity to work directly with their teacher for extra assistance.
This stands for "Bring Up Grades". Along with their mentor teacher, students set goals for the upcoming grade reporting period. Students who meet their academic goals will be able to participate in a College Colors Jeans Day on select Fridays.