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Parents meet Moore Elementary teachers

Attendance at Moore Elementary School’s back to school night Sept. 6 was back to normal. Classrooms were full, as parents turned out just like they did before the COVID-19 years, eager to meet and talk to their children’s kindergarten through fifth-grade teachers.

Teachers in each grade were ready to answer questions and explain their expectations for students this year.

Parents also had the opportunity to meet representatives from local Boy Scout troops, Moore Elementary PTA and Northampton Area Public Library. Information was provided for parents to access these resources.

Students proudly accompanied their parents, showing off their classrooms and introducing their teachers. Student Chase Keefer answered questions about his classroom and helped his teacher, Mrs. Morgan.

Bella Kleying, another student, and her mom learned more about the PTA and the Northampton library.

Book bags and school supplies were also available for students in need.

Computer teacher Theresa Funk eagerly awaits parents to visit her classroom during meet the teacher night at Moore Elementary School Sept. 6. Funk teaches students in grade kindergarten through fifth grade.
PRESS PHOTOS BY JENN RAGO Fifth-grade teachers Mrs. Cramer and Mrs. Seibert share their plans and goals for the 2023-24 school year with the parents of their students.
Standing room only! Third-grade teachers Mr. Frisch and Mrs. Maxwell speak to a full classroom of parents and students.
Northampton Area Public Library Director Veronica Laroche gives Denna and Bella Kleying information about the programs and resources available at the library. Bella is a student at Moore Elementary.
Art teacher Megan Dunsten speaks with parent Jessica Fafard about the learning and activities for the new academic year.
Supplemental child support teacher Mrs. Morgan spends time with Amanda, Matthew and Chase Keefer.