John Moffet Elementary School K-5
127 W. Oxford Street
Providing all students with the academic, technological & social skills needed to be productive & contributing citizens in our society.
John Moffet School
Welcome, we are delighted that you have taken the time to visit our website. At Moffet, we are very proud of our school community. We are a community of diverse learners dedicated to becoming lifelong learners and productive citizens. All of the students at Moffet follow the 3 Rs which represent our core beliefs. The students at Moffet are "Moffetized" when they are Respectful, Responsible and Ready.
We hope you enjoy your visit. Please visit us again soon.
Ms. Carmen Maldonado-Navarro
John Moffet will hold two parent meetings on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 to discuss the 2014-2015 budget. This is a very important meeting, as we will be discussing the funds that are being allocated to our school.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 9th at 9:00 AM or at 3:30 PM to discuss the impact this proposed budget is going to have on the safety of our students next year.
Click here to view the full message from Ms. Navarro
Click here to view an outline of Moffet's budget for the 2014-2015 school year.
PSSA Testing Schedule:
· March 25, 26, 27, 28 and April 1 and 2 - Reading and Math:
3rd, 4th and 5th Grade
· April 7, 8 and 9 – Writing – 5th Grade Only
· April 29 and 30 – Science – 4th Grade Only
· MOFFET DRUMMERS TO PERFORM AT 30TH ST. STATION (ON "THE PORCH"); DATE TO BE DETERMINED FOR MAY
· Moffet Music Grand Finale: Tues, May 27th, Wed., May 28th and Thurs, May 29th – Times to be determined
· THURSDAY, APRIL 10 -- MOFFET DRUMMERS WILL PERFORM AT UNIVERSITY OF PA (EVENING HOURS).
Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture Trinity program took students to Unity Center in Rittenhouse Square. Click the link below to see Moffet student artwork and hear their music.
Pasta for Pennies
Dear Parents, Students and Community Members,
Moffet is looking for your support with the Olive Garden Pasta for Pennies Program to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The students are being asked once again to bring in pennies (or nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars) to support the program. As you know this program raises money to help fund blood cancer research and provide education and patient services. I have more information on this campaign. If you are interested in seeing it, please let me know. The Pasta for Pennies drive will begin Thursday, April 3 and end on Friday May 9th. The classroom that raises the most money will receive a “pasta party” sponsored by the Olive Garden Restaurant. Last year’s collection goal was $800 and we raised approximately $1,800. This is also a great opportunity for service learning projects or just plain fun. For more info visit www.schoolandyouth.org.
Students will be given a parent letter and an individual collection box that they can return at any time during the collection period. Every class is eligible to earn a pennant if the following amounts are raised.
$100-$199………………………Bronze LLS Pennant Top Earning Class……….Olive Garden Feast
$200-$299………………………Silver LLS Pennant 2nd Top Earning Class…..Pizza Party
$300 (or more)…………………Gold LLS Pennant 3rd Top Earning Class…..Water Ice Treat
This is a great opportunity to support a good cause and get rid of those unwanted pennies! Thank you as always for your cooperation and support!
Pennies for Pasta Weekly Class Totals
Week 2 Grand Total: $1,311.22Class Winners:
1st Place 115
2nd Place 112
3rd Place 225
CHOCOLATE BAR SALE!
Moffet First in Math Tops for the week of 3/10/14-3/14/14
1st Grade: Rayanna Vargas Room 113 292 points
2nd Grade: Daniel Beqiri Room 215 2,559 points
3rd Grade: Sophia Morret Room 205 3,579 points
4th Grade: Corey Carter Room 221 3,682 points
5th Grade: Elijah Grice Room 225 1,558 points
1st Grade: Ms. Kane Room 108
2nd Grade: Ms. Baylor Room 215
3rd Grade: Ms. Feggans Room 205
4th Grade: Ms. Bustamante Room 221
5th Grade: Ms. Fosbenner Room 225
GREAT KINDNESS CHALLENGE
From January 27-31 Moffet Elementary students were challenged to perform as many kind deeds as they could. Students used the checklist below to keep track of their kind deeds.
Presented by Dignity Health.
Kind Deeds were collected on classroom doors and the displays were judged.
Room 216 Kindness Display Winner!