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Virtual Spirit Week - May 11-15, 2020
May 12, 2020
Just because we aren’t together in school doesn’t mean we can’t be together in “SPIRIT” this week. Check each day for any new pictures.
Jason Project-Monster Storms
January 23, 2020
During Q-2, 6th grade students at Mosby Woods Elementary participated in the Jason Project-Monster Storms. The students studied Earth’s most extreme weather events, while exploring the science behind what causes these events to occur. The units were set up as Missions, and each of the 5 Missions detailed a scientist and their occupation in the field of weather. As each Mission was completed, students gained an understanding of how research scientists contribute to the study of weather, as well as how we can better understand and prepare for Monster Storms. The quarter ended with the entire 6th grade forming teams with students from different homerooms. Together they collaborated to design, build, and test a home that could withstand simulated hurricane force elements.
16th Annual Walk for the Homeless
November 01, 2019
Throughout the week, students learned about poverty and homelessness and on Friday, they walked to raise awareness of the issue of homelessness. Thank you to all those that donated change during the week of the Walk for the Homeless. We raised $1500 which we donated to The Lamb Center.
Kindergarten Literacy Night
October 11, 2019
Kindergartners and their families spent the evening learning about the importance of reading at home. As they rotated through four reading activities they explored non-fiction text to learn new information, practiced thinking about a story to retell the story, read for pure enjoyment, and parents learned how to help their child read high frequency words automatically. Parents and children enjoyed the time they spent together learning how to tap into their reading super powers!
Staff Basketball Game
April 12, 2019
Mosby Woods ES staff played Providence ES staff in a friendly game of basketball on Thursday, April 12. It was a close game and everyone that played and watched had a fabulous time! Thank you to Taylor Gaddy for organizing the event and all the players that took time to practice and play in the game. Of course, thank you to all the families that came out to support the team and raise money for the Lamb Center. Go team!
Purple Up! Day at Mosby Woods
April 10, 2019
Students at Mosby Woods ES had a surprised visit from the US Coast Guard helicopter to celebrate Month of the Military Child. The staff and students wore purple to support our government and military-connected students!
Mosby Woods' 3rd Annual Career Fair
March 20, 2019
Students learned about different careers from members of the community at the third annual Career Fair at Mosby Woods. Students talked to presenters about forensics, aviation, vlogging, occupational therapy, cosmetology, news reporting, accounting, and so much more. Thank you to all those parents, spouses, and community members that made this another successful day!
Storybook Character Day
March 04, 2019
Mosby Woods ES celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America Day by dressing up as storybook characters! Checkout some of the clever costumes students and staff wore.
International Night 2019
February 12, 2019
The Mosby Woods community celebrated their cultures and heritage in our annual International Night. Students shared and learned about food, information, dress, and performance from around the world.
15th Annual Walk for the Homeless
November 02, 2018
Learn, Give, Thrive! Mosby Woods Mustangs raised awareness by participating in a Walk for the Homeless. They gave back to our local community by raising funds to help the homeless in our area.
Dr. Aste Named FCPS Region 1 Outstanding Principal!
June 12, 2018
Congratulations to Principal Mahri Aste, Third Grade Advanced Academics Program Teacher Yoni Lee, Special Education Teacher Kim Lindsey, Food Services Kitchen Manager Jackie Vargas, and School-Based Technology Specialist Melissa Cox who were recognized at the 2018 FCPS Honors Ceremony!