District Announces Moon Middle School Orientation Date

Students can attend an orientation on Sept. 4, according to a district announcement.

A back-to-school orientation for students attending the is scheduled for Sept. 4. 

The presentation will take place from noon to 8 p.m. at the new middle school building for students in grades five through eight. 

Parents can attend at their convenience with their child during this time frame and are encouraged to bring their student's schedule to take a walkthrough of the building, according to a district announcement. 

An overall information sheet will be provided and maps of the building will be available. Everyone should enter through the main entrance.

The first day of classes in the district is Sept. 5. 

Teri Shaw September 04, 2012 at 07:54 PM
WOW! I just walked through the renovated middle school with my children. What a difference they will have in learning. I am proud to live in Moon. I would again like to thank Mr. Scappe and the previous board members for all of their efforts in getting these buildings complete. What an experience these children will have in the Middle and New HIgh School. I wish Mr. Scappe was still on this board. We need someone with his foresight. Good Luck this November in your election for State Representative. We will be in good hands if you are elected. I feel you will represent us well. I will be voting for you Good Luck.
Josey Wales September 04, 2012 at 08:48 PM
Hey Terri Shaw.... It looks like you missed the boat again. Instead of thanking Mr. Scappe, you should be thanking all the tax payers of Moon and Crescent townships. They are the ones that will be paying off these new schools.Never let it be said that you would pass up an opportunity to give Mr. Scappe a smooch on the a**.
lynn September 04, 2012 at 09:35 PM
My neighbor has a child in middle school, and she told me that when she walked through the building today that she couldn't believe how beautiful it is. She said that all of the parents felt that way, and they are thrilled with the new middle school. The children were very excited as well. She said that former board member Lisa Wolowicz was touring the building and numerous teachers and parents continuosly stopped her in the hallways to thank her for her efforts in making the new buildings happen. So Josey, the taxpayers do know who is responsible and as such they offer a big "thank you" to the entire former board for their hard, dedicated work. This includes Mr.Scappe, who is a taxpayer as well.
Teri Shaw September 05, 2012 at 01:28 AM
Josey, You are right it is the tax payers who will pay for it. However, we all know what went on and Mr. Scappe was a large part of seeing these projects completed. Lynn, Mr. Scappe was there as well and numerous parents were thankng him. Not smooching just giving credit were credit is due. We need elected officials like Mr. Scappe to represent us. Good Luck Mr. Scappe in November.


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