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WELCOME MESSAGE TO PARENTS
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year at Sallye Moore Elementary! It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I welcome you to a new school year full of new beginnings, new goals, and success to be achieved. I am truly honored to become a part of the GPISD learning community, which has given me such a warm welcome!
The staff of Sallye Moore is committed to our mission of providing your child an engaging, rigorous, and safe learning environment. We will have high expectations for your child because we believe that children live up to the expectation. Parents play a key role in the academic success of our students. Therefore, we hope to partner with you to ensure our students’ academic success. Our instructional program is far more effective with your active participation.
As we progress through this year we will BOLDLY focus on five key areas:
- Improving student achievement
- Focus on Instruction (Balanced Literacy and Numeracy)
- Using student data to improve instructional practice and drive instruction
- Increasing student leadership opportunities
- Increasing positive Parental and Community Involvement
Thank you in advance for the support, kindness and encouragement you will extend toward the Moore Staff as we work diligently to fulfill our commitment to expect excellence from each Moore student. I am certain that through our partnership this year promises to be a spectacular chapter in the Legacy of Sallye Moore!
Nichole Holland has served 21 years in the Field of Education. She holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree in English from the University of Missouri at Columbia, and Masters in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University-Commerce. Mrs. Holland began her career in public education as an English teacher in 1995 in Dallas ISD. As a teacher she held leadership positions such as department chairperson, team leader, after-school program site coordinator, and grant writer. She was honored in 2004 at Benjamin Franklin MS (DISD) as Campus Teacher of the Year, and went on to receive recognition as Dallas ISD Semifinalist Teacher of the Year. She enjoyed teaching for ten years. She began her administrative career in 2005 and served as an assistant principal in Dallas ISD and Mansfield ISD. Mrs. Holland has also served as an elementary principal in Cedar Hill ISD and Middle School Principal in Missouri. She believes that education is the tool our children need to navigate through life, and is committed to providing each child an optimal learning experience.