35 Mossyrock school district students, grades 2 to 12 visited Wolf Haven on June 6th for the first ever all ELL student field trip. Students were able to see Grey wolves, Mexican wolves, Red wolves and coyotes up close at this sanctuary. We learned the stories of how each wolf ended up at the sanctuary, information about engaged wolves and efforts to bring them back to the wild, and the differences between coyotes and wolves. Students were able to touch animal skulls and molds of paw prints of different animals. We also walked through an endangered prairie and visited a 400 year old tree. It was a wonderful experience for all.
10 days ago, Mark Chandler
Wolf
Families just a reminder that June 13th is a full day and the LAST DAY of SCHOOL is June 14th an 11:30 AM DISMISSAL.
10 days ago, Stacey Ghere
Last week's staff spotlight was Jady Stott. Jady is a friendly, determined educator who cares deeply for the people around her. She keeps a creative learning space, and utilizes out-of-the-box approaches to successfully support students. Jady is actively involved in school activities including student leadership, is the teacher union co-president, and is a helpful mentor to her teacher partner. If you’ve ever had a problem, Jady has been there to offer her heart to you. We are lucky to have you Jady! Thank you!
23 days ago, Curtis McConnell
Jady
Mossyrock Graduation Events 2024 Mossyrock High School Graduation: June 8th 2pm @ Mossyrock High School Gym Mossyrock Academy Graduation: June 10th 6pm @ Mossyrock High School Gym Mossyrock 8th Grade Celebration June 12th 6pm @ Mossyrock High School Gym
25 days ago, Stacey Ghere
Graduation
Mossyrock Summer Meal Program
25 days ago, Stacey Ghere
Summer
Mossyrock School District is Hiring A Business Manager, If interested in the job description and qualifications, Please Click on the QR CODE for more information
about 1 month ago, Stacey Ghere
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Please Join Mossyrock PTO for the Annual Tea Luncheon
about 1 month ago, Stacey Ghere
Please Join Us
Congratulations to Megan Walker who is in our secondary staff spotlight this week. Megan was a former student who works in our library/media center. She is always willing to help out with anything at any time. Most recently she choreographed the high school prom coronation dance but it isn’t uncommon to see her in the main office from time to time either. Staff and students appreciate her. Congratulations Megan! Thank you for all you do!
about 1 month ago, Curtis McConnell
Megan!
This week's elementary staff spotlight is Annette Yates. This lady can do it all! From recess to SEL support, Annette works with some of our most challenging students behavior, and is flexible in her ability to cover and support the school around her. Annette also collaborates with others, focused on a team approach to support our students. Thank you for all you do, Annette! We appreciate your dedication and determination to the cause!
about 1 month ago, Curtis McConnell
Annette
Attention Viking Families: due to heavy traffic from a field trip, all bus routes will be up to 20 minutes late dropping students off today. We apologize for the inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding. Have a great weekend!
about 1 month ago, Curtis McConnell
Picture Day for Elementary Students is Tuesday the 23rd. Packets will be sent home today or you can access the link below. Dress your best and bring your big smile. Here is the link! https://shop.imagequix.com/g1001107499
about 2 months ago, Mark Chandler
Picture Day for Elementary Students is Tuesday the 23rd. Packets will be sent home today or you can access the link below. Dress your best and bring your big smile. Here is the link! https://shop.imagequix.com/g1001107499
about 2 months ago, Stacey Ghere
This week's elementary staff spotlight is Donna Wilson. Donna completed her teaching practicum here in Mossyrock with Heather Davis, an excellent mentor. She has grown over the years while teaching. When field trip budgets were cut, Donna organized a "Kinder Art" event that raised money for future kindergarten field trip funding. She brought back assemblies by volunteering to organize activities and monthly obligations by printing and collecting the Character Strong certificates each month. She is involved in the local Girl Scout troop and has gained certification to supervise the merit badge program. She invites foster children into her home to nurture and provide guidance while taking great interest in their education. Donna makes a supreme effort to be positive and has connected with the MSD staff. Thank you for everything you do!
about 2 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Donna!
Congratulations to Melanie Hadaller who is our secondary staff spotlight this week. Melanie is one of our vocational teachers who teaches art, greenhouse/floriculture, and yearbook classes. She is also the secondary hi-cap teacher. It is not uncommon to see her at all school events taking pictures for the yearbook. Melanie is someone who always steps up to the plate to help with school activities. Students think Melanie is a great teacher. They enjoy the things they learn in her classes, the field trips she plans, and just working with her on a day to day basis. Congratulation Melanie! Thanks for all you do!
2 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Melanie!
This week's elementary staff spotlight is Taylor Knoll. Taylor comes to work and educates her 1st grade students with intention and determination. We can see her success by the way her students act and perform in her classroom. Taylor makes decisions in her room that are focused on positive student outcomes. She is a positive role model and mentor teacher. She supports the positive culture we want to see. Thanks for what you do, Taylor!
2 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Taylor!
This week's elementary staff spotlight was Rebecca Brooks. In the library, there are books, and also Ms. Brooks. She inspires our students to wonder and imagination, as well as helps support them with our SEL curriculum CharacterStrong. In the library, Rebecca also gives students opportunities to be creative with crafts and art. Rebecca is reliable, dedicated, and flexible to support students in our school. She is an integral part of our school team. Thank you, Rebecca! We appreciate you!
3 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Rebecca!
Cindy Jones and Lexi Lyons are in the Secondary Spotlight this week. They are both outstanding administrative assistants that work in the high school office. They work hard, have great relationships with students, staff and the community as well as keep things running smoothly on a daily basis. We appreciate EVERYTHING they do! Congratulations Cindy and Lexi! You are the best!
3 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Cindy and Lexi!
This is just a reminder that next week is parent/teacher conferences on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. You should have a scheduled time already set with your child's advisor. On Wednesday evening from 5:30-6:30 we will have arena conferencing in the cafeteria. This is a time where you can meet with any of the teachers. School is released at 12:00 Tuesday-Friday. Spring Break is 4/1-4/5. Thank you, Lori Cournyer
3 months ago, Lori Cournyer
This week's staff spotlight is Trisha Robinson. She's transitioned back into the classroom and is excelling. Trisha is the type of person that puts her pride aside in order to help those around her. With her experience as an interventions teacher, she is great at differentiating and meeting her students' needs. Trisha continues to show up and make a difference each day, even through challenges. Thank you for all you do, Trisha! We are lucky to have you!
3 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Trisha
Last week's elementary staff spotlight was Kari Hersman. Kari is a fantastic member of the team, bringing a perspective that supports all around her. She teachers third grade and is a great mentor for her student teacher. If you've had the pleasure of seeing Kari teach, you'd never want to leave her classroom! Thank you for cultivating a classroom for students to feel confident to learn. Thanks for all you do, Kari!
3 months ago, Curtis McConnell
Kari!