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A picture of a student practicing math on the computer using the program Zearn after whole class instruction.

Practicing math on Zearn after whole class instruction. 

photo of 2018 Anderson People of the Year!

2018 Anderson People of the Year! 

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Practicing math facts on the computer. 

a picture of a 5th Grade Teacher Brent Duka shows school spirit with Big Al, Anderson's mascot.

5th Grade Teacher Brent Duka shows school spirit with Big Al, Anderson's mascot.

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TB clinic

Annually, the district provides a TB clinic for staff and parent volunteers to update their TB results. You may also update your TB results with your physician and/or medical provider. This year, the district will have a registered nurse on site at the District Office who will perform a verbal risk assessment for TB. No shots!! There is no cost to parent volunteers to use the TB risk assessment clinic. We will be conducting the walk-in TB risk assessment clinic 3:00 p.m.—4:30 p.m. at the District Office on the following dates. There is no need to pre-register: December 3, 2019 December 10, 2019 December 17, 2019 Please see your office staff for a Risk Assessment form; fill it out and bring it with you. You will meet briefly with the nurse to review your responses. If you do not have any of the risk factors associated with TB, the nurse will sign your form, we'll make a copy for our records, give you a copy, and you’ll be good for another four years.
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Moreland Board of Trustees Seeks a Facilities Bond in March 2020

At the November 12th Board of Trustees meeting, the Board passed a Bond Resolution to place a Facilities Bond on the March 2020 ballot. Outreach sessions to all schools, parent organizations, and community groups took place last spring and the data analyzed of the types of categories needed, the support of our voters, and the review of our bond capacity took place this fall. It was determined that if passed in March, this Bond would support safety and maintenance concerns across the district, as well as improved facilities for students and staff.
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