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M.H. Moore

M.H. Moore  Elementary

1809 NE 36th Street  Fort Worth TX.

1957. M. H. Moore school was constructed as part of the 1956

Building Program and replaced a frame structure known as

Jarvis Heights. The architect for the 2-story International influenced.

Tarrant County, Texas Obituaries – 1938

27. “M. H. Moore, Head of Schools 16 Years, Dies,” in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Tuesday Evening, October 25, 1938, page 1, 4.

M. H. Moore was born at Bedford in 1871.

He began teaching in the public schools in 1890, and in

1894 graduated from Sam Houston State Teacher’s College in Huntsville.

He later earned a degree from Texas Christian University.

In 1894 he became a principal in the Fort Worth schools, and in

1900 was elected County Superintendent of Public Instruction.

His career in education was long, varied, and full of honors.

He was Superintendent of the Fort Worth Schools from 1915 until 1931.

After a little more than one year of retirement, he took a position with the State Department of Education in 1933.

To the last, Moore remained true to the three major interests of his earlier years:

  • The local public schools,
  • The Bedford community, and
  • The church of Christ.

At the time of his death he still owned the sturdy log house at Bedford which his father had built before the Civil War and in which he himself had been born.

He died at his home in Fort Worth on October 25, 1938.

On the day of his death, flags at all sixty-nine of the Fort Worth Schools, at Texas Christian University, and at Texas Wesleyan University flew at half-mast.

The public schools in Fort Worth, Bedford, and several other small rural districts nearby released classes for the day so that

1809 NE 36th St

Fort Worth, TX 76106
Tarrant County

Has received a

Great Schools Rating

Moore M H Elementary School

1809 NE 36th St   Fort Worth, TX 76106

Tarrant County

Has received a

Great Schools Rating

Project Highlights

M.H. Moore Elementary School will receive a series of renovations including replacement of the life safety system, replacement of the Public Address system and the air conditioning system

This project will feature a new multi-classroom addition next to the gym.
Our office is a busy place.

Deliveries, mail, parents, students, teachers administrative personnel and construction workers come and go everyday all the time.

Nurse Station

A busy place during winter

Flue, headaches, tummy upsets.

During summer

Scrapes and falls

It is a reminder that we are alive and well.


We gather for special events,

Parent conferencing and celebrations.

To create a unity of learning,

Student, parent teacher and community.

Computer Center

Computer Center

to teach students

How to use the internet step by step,

And become web wise in using the internet.

This special atmosphere creates a mood for learning.

Language Arts


Rubrics, rules and objectives

Lectura arena

Daily routines, vocabulary, morning meeting

Classroom computer center


Study Island




Social Studies Arena




Small group guided reading

Writing Conferencing

Language Arts


Rubrics, rules and objectives.

A letter to Parents

Parent Letter

Dear Parents,

You are cordially invited to join us in your child’s education.

Stay-Tuned: Ask your child what he or she is studying, and look in the homework folder every night.  The homework folder is where you will find the newsletters and notes that are sent home, as well as any homework that needs to be completed.  Our weekly newsletter will help you keep up with important happenings in our classroom.  We will also send home progress reports or make phone calls if we feel that your child is not progressing as expected.

Usted está cordialmente invitado a  unirnos en la educación de su niño/a.

Atento: Pregunte a su niño lo que él o ella estudia, y miren en la carpeta de deberes cada noche. La carpeta de deberes es donde usted encontrará los boletines y las notas que son enviados a casa, así como cualquier deberes que debe ser completado. Nuestro boletín semanal lo ayudará a mantenerle informado con acontecimientos importantes en nuestro salon de clase. Nosotros también enviaremos informes sobre el progreso a casa o haremos llamadas telefónicas si nos sentimos que su niño no progresa como se esperaba.

Ask Questions:  If you have any concerns or are wondering why something is happening, please feel free to call us at any time. Phone: 817-815-0600

We welcome all concerns, ideas, and feedback that affect your child or our classroom.   If something is not working, we are more than willing to talk.

Preguntas: Si Usted tiene cualquier preocupación o se pregunta ¿por qué sucede algo?, favor de llamarnos a tiempo. El teléfono es: 817-815-0600 Nosotros damos la bienvenida, a sus llamadas y agradecemos sus comentarios, si algo no trabaja, estamos dispuesto a hablar y juntos mejorar la situacion.

Homework:  You should expect that your child will have some type of homework almost every day. We encourage you to set up with your child a scheduled time for homework each day.   Students should be able to do most assignments independently, but do help if it is completely necessary.  If you notice that your child is not able to do an assignment on his or her own, please send a note or jot a note to us on the assignment.  We will contact you if your child is falling behind or turning in poor work.

Tarea: Su niño/a tendrá algún tipo de tarea casi cada día. Le favorecemos a establecer con su niño/a un tiempo planificado para tarea cada día. Los estudiantes deben poder hacer la mayoría de las tareas independientemente, pero ayude si es completamente necesario. Si abisa que su niño no puede hacer una tarea solo, por favor envie una nota, Yo le abisare si su nino no cumple con sus deberes o entrega el trabajo mal hecho.

Going Home After School: All students must have a schedule ride home. If being picked up by someone other than their parents it must be in writing. If they are to walk home it must be in writing. Students will be dismissed by their teachers in front of the school after 3:00P.M., they will call their parents to be picked up inside after signing a release form.

Regresar a casa después De Escuela: Todos los estudiantes deben tener un paso de horario a casa. Si va a ser recogido por alguien o de otra manera que sus padres debe estar por escrito. Si caminan a la casa debe estar por escrito. Los estudiantes serán despedidos por sus maestros enfrente de la escuela después de que 3:00 P.M., ellos llamarán a sus padres para ser recogidos adentro después de las 3:10 P.M. y tiene que firmar una forma de la liberación.

Tutoring: We also would like to request that students attend tutoring if invited. There will be a limited space so we encourage you, the parent to help you child be present or his/her space will go to the next student in the waiting list. We want every student in need to get an opportunity to excel and this is a great opportunity to be strengthened in the areas of need.

Tutoría: Nosotros también queremos solicitar que estudiantes asistan a clases privadas si es invitado. Habrá un espacio limitado así que le favorecemos, al padre a ayudarle que su niño este presente o su espacio irá al próximo estudiante en la lista de espera. Deseamos que cada estudiante necesitado consiga una oportunidad para sobresalir y esto es una gran oportunidad de ser reforzada en las áreas de la necesidad.


Mrs. Eva Mack

Social Studies Project

Social Studies History Project Overview and Rubric

Final Project Date: February 26, 2010.

Biography Report

  • A student will choose a famous person approved by parents and teacher.
  • The famous person can be a President, Athlete, actor, artist, singer, or Historical figure.
  • This must be a chapter book of at least 80 pages and on a third grade level.


Research Paper

  • Research must be a biography about a famous person approved by parents and teacher.
  • The famous person can be a President, Athlete, actor, artist, singer, or Historical figure.
  • You Must use at least 3 references to research a biographical figure and document the references with a bibliography
  • Your sources can include books, encyclopedia, and internet etc.

Research Process Rubric

Date Student Expectations Points
February 12 Student Selects famous person and submits to teacher for approval 25 points
February 15 Student submits first rough draft to teacher for progress check 25 points
February 19 Student turns in research resource materials to teacher for verification 25 points
February 23 Student has two peers review corrected rough draft. 25 points

Written Report Rubric

  • Student will write at least one full page.
  • Student must use good sentence and paragraph structure.
  • Spelling, punctuation, and grammar will be graded.
  • Student will turn in bibliography, rough draft with corrections and signature of student graders and final copy.
  • Student will make a poster containing a picture and important information about the historical person.

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