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Summer School begins June 4th. Check below for dates and times for each building.
  • North Park Elementary:
    Students entering grades K-2
    June 4th - July 19th
    Monday - Thursday
    8:15 am - 1:15 pm

  • Gratz Brown Elementary
    Students entering grades 3-6
    June 4th - July 19th
    Monday - Thursday
    8:00 am - 1:00pm

  • Moberly Middle School
    Students entering grades 7-8
    June 4th - June 28th
    Monday - Thursday
    8:30 am - 11:30 am

  • Moberly High School
    Grades 9-12
    June 4th - 28th
    Monday - Thursday
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Click the links below to download a PDF file of the lunch menus for each grade level.
Click the link below to download a PDF file of the bus routes for summer school.

2018 Climate Survey Results!

We asked for student, staff, and parent input--and you responded! Focused on a continuous cycle of improvement, we asked you to take the climate survey for a second year. You gave us the feedback we needed in order to continue celebrating our strengths and enhancing our school climate.

Click the link below to view the overall Climate survey results.

2018 Climate Survey Results



Student listening to information about the Apollo 11 Exhibit.  A group of students plaing with one of the interactive displays at the St. Louis Science Center. Student listening to information about the Apollo 11 Exhibit.  A group of students plaing with one of the interactive displays at the St. Louis Science Center. Student listening to information about the Apollo 11 Exhibit.  A group of students plaing with one of the interactive displays at the St. Louis Science Center. Student listening to information about the Apollo 11 Exhibit.

EAGLES & EXCEED Students Visit Boeing!

EAGLES and EXCEED students in 4th-8th grade visited the Prologue Room at the Boeing facility in St. Louis. Students learned about the company’s long history in the field of aviation and their current work in both aviation and aeronautics. Then students visited the St. Louis Science Center where they saw the special Apollo 11 exhibition. Students were able to see the actual Apollo 11 capsule as well as other artifacts from that mission. There were also a variety of interactive displays that students enjoyed.


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Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school. Graduates walking through the elementary school.

2018 Graduate Walk!

The annual graduate walk has commenced! MHS 2018 Seniors spent their morning walking the halls at the South Park and Gratz Brown elementary buildings receiving standing ovations, high-fives, and even some hugs from their biggest fans!

Graduation is an exciting time. It marks both an ending and a beginning; it’s warm memories of the past and big dreams for the future.!


3rd Grade students in Mr.Hawkins's classroom. Another photo of 3rd Grade students in Mr.Hawkins's classroom. Mr. Hawkins showing students tools and equipment in his room. Another photo of Mr. Hawkins showing students tools and equipment in his room. Another photo of 3rd Grade students in Mr.Hawkins's classroom. Mr. Hawkins showing students tools and equipment in his room. Another photo of Mr. Hawkins showing students tools and equipment in his room.

3rd Graders Learn about 3D Printer!

The 3rd graders from Mrs. Orscheln and Mr. Heimann's RtI groups have been working on a project based around geometry skills by creating scale models of house plans. The students asked to see a 3D printer in action creating actual house plans. A trip over to MATC occurred for these students, and they were excited about the experience.

Mr. Hawkins and his students were able to model and discuss their programs and how these apply to a real world experience. Our 3rd graders were thrilled! Thank you to MATC and Mr. Hawkins for making this experience possible.


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Tyler Gillenwater and Hannah Hardy work on a review game for their arguments and essays unit in Mrs. Weis’ LA III class.



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MMS Students Attend Literature Festival

Moberly Middle School Students attended the 50th Children's Literature Festival in Warrensburg on March 19th. While there,students attended sessions with popular authors and were able to have books autographed. The authors share their stories which often inspires and motivates the students to pursue their own life "stories" to the fullest. MMS has participated in this great event for several years and it remains a highlight of the year for all who participate. Moberly Chapter of Altrusa and the Salvation Army graciously donate money for each student to purchase a book of choice and to help defray the cost of registration. In addition to the time spent with authors, students get to explore the campus experience.

In order for students to attend the festival, they were required to meet attendance and behavioral criteria as well as read and passed quizzes on a minimum of six Truman and/or Mark Twain nominee books for 17-18.


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