Award Year: 2022

Moody Elementary School

1006 H.L. Blocker Circle
Moody, AL, 35004-2635

(205) 640-2180

Mr. Lance Cisco, Principal at time of Nomination

St Clair County School District

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Mission

To educate and prepare each student to succeed in an ever changing world.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 11%
  • White: 81%
  • Hispanic: 4%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Native American: 3%
Application
EdSTREAM in motion at Moody Elementary

EdSTREAM in motion at Moody Elementary

Moody's first school was a rock structure built in 1879. Due to growth in the community, the St. Clair County Board of Education was forced to build a new structure, now known as Moody Elementary School, and establish a middle school. The new elementary building was completed in 1990. By the spring of 1998, a wing with additional classrooms was completed. In 2003, expansion soon became necessary, and construction was again completed on a second wing, containing classrooms, restrooms, a computer lab, workroom, and library media center.

Moody Elementary School's school-wide plan has been designed to provide a comprehensive educational program for all students in grades K-3. Our primary goal is to provide instruction that will enable students to meet and exceed state and federal standards. We believe that improving the learning environment and teaching strategies will ultimately result in greater student achievement.

Moody Elementary School offers MES EdSTREAM as a supplemental service that provides Morning Care, Afternoon Care and Camps. EdSTREAM (pronounced Extreme) because this program provides (extreme fun) education in science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and mathematics. This program offers multi-sensory activities while learning through play.

The program is a high-quality enrichment experience, providing opportunities for growth and development of children in grades K-3rd with activities such as stations and workshops (examples of stations and workshops includes: organized games, physical activities, robotics, art, computer lab, etc.). The purpose of these stations and workshops is to foster creativity, build curiosity, and encourage learning. We have provided pictures to share that showcase our extreme learning.