Thursday, October 20, 2011
Hundreds came out to honor Robbie Susan Moore and Gwinnett County's newest school.
Hundreds packed the cafeteria at Moore Middle School to officially dedicate the building and honor the life of its namesake—Robbie Susan Moore. “She is very deserving of this dedication,” said Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson. “Not only because of her Lawrenceville residency, but because she lived her faith, she loved her family, and she always sought to educate.” Born in Winder in 1942, Moore moved to Lawrenceville after marrying her husband Eron Moore, Jr. in 1962. Moore was a pillar in the Gwinnett community—working with several non-profits, co-founding the United Ebony Society and organizing the Miss Black Gwinnett pageants are just part of her long list of community involvement. Moore served as a mentor to many, including Kiara Rogers. …
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Local dignitaries will be on hand for the dedication of Lawrenceville's newest school.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
The public is invited to come and celebrate Lawrenceville's newest school. Moore Middle School will be officially dedicated on Sunday, October 16th at 2pm. The ceremony will take place at the school which is located at 1221 Lawrenceville Highway. Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO/Superintendent Alvin Wilbanks will be on hand for the event along with local dignitaries. The new school which opened its doors on August 9th is named for the late Robbie Moore. She played a significant role in Lawrenceville schools and in the community. Lawrenceville Patch took a tour of the school this past July before it officially opened to students. We also sat down for a one-on-one with Moore's principal Lamont Mays.
Friday, July 15, 2011
We take a look at the gym, orchestra and art rooms.
Moore Middle School will open its doors to student at the start of the new school year on August 8th. This Sunday, Lawrenceville's newest middle school will hold an open house so the community can check out the classrooms and other amenities themselves. The Community Tour is from 2pm to 4pm. Students will be able to take part in activities to help them learn their way around the building. They, along with their parents, will also have the chance to meet some of Moore's staff. The school is located at 1221 Lawrenceville Highway, however visitors are asked to use the entrance on Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd since construction on the main entrance is on going. Before the Sunday Community Tour, check out the gym, a music classroom, art room and …
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Patch received an exclusive tour of Moore Middle School before it opens its doors next month.
Moore Middle School opens its doors to students for the first time on August 8, 2011. Lawrenceville Patch received an exclusive tour of the grounds from Moore's principal Lamont Mays. In part one of the tour, Mays shows us the computer rooms, science labs and media center 6th, 7th and 8th graders will use in just a matter of weeks.