Moseley Elementary School

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      About Our School

      • Pre-K – 5 | Traditional

        Moseley is a place where you will observe rigorous instruction, embedded with best practices and aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. Additionally, instruction is differentiated to meet the needs of all learners. Lessons, skills and activities are created for students that match their individual learning style(s) to ensure that all students are actively engaged throughout the school day.

        Mission Statement

        To provide our students with a positive, fair learning environment with high expectations for all students where they will be treated with equity and become global leaders.

        How to know Moseley Elementary is right for your child:

        1. PK-5 Spanish/English Dual Language Program
        2. Your child will be in a family environment that promotes rigorous learning.
        3. Your child loves learning through interactive, hands-on activities.

        Unique ways your child can learn and grow here:

        • Dual-language program
        • A positive environment with technology-rich classrooms
        • Individualized student-growth goals are set
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      Curriculum Offerings

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        Gifted and Talented - Gifted and Talented classes are offered for students who meet the district criteria for participation. The Grand Prairie ISD Advanced Academics/Gifted and Talented Program is committed to ensuring that our highest ability learners are challenged to meet their potential and that curriculum and learning opportunities are in line with their needs, interests, and abilities.

        ESL/Dual Language - 2-way Dual language program that follows the Gomez and Gomez model are implemented in grades PK-5th.  Sheltered Instruction to support language acquisition is ensured in all ESL and DL classrooms.

        Pre-K - Full day Pre-Kindergarten dual language classes are offered.

        Dyslexia Program - The Multisensory Teaching Approach is used the dyslexia program. Students are taught reading, writing, and spelling using kinesthetic (movement), tactile, visual, and auditory activities. The students are seen daily, as part of their learning curriculum.

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      Extracurricular Opportunities

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        Kindness Crew - We promote kindness and compassion for all students at our school. As part of the kindness crew, students help with activities and events for our campus like kindness challenges, bully prevention activities, community service projects, career day, and welcome new students to our campus.

        Makerspace - Students use design thinking to create new inventions and improve on old ideas.

        Student Technology Mentor Club – Students collaborate with their peers and teacher to learn new technology skills. They then use their new skills to be technology leaders on their campus.

        Kindness Club – Students meet and share ideas for kindness activities for the school and community.

        Student Council (STUCO) – Upper Grades Only - Students take leadership roles in the school and learn how they can make their school a better place.

        Garden Club – Students learn where their food comes from and about the world around them.

        Cooking Club - Students learn math concepts and how to follow recipes through cooking and baking.

        Yearbook Club – Upper Grades Only - Students will collaborate with each other to create pages for the yearbook.

        Fitness Club – Students learn about body movement and physical fitness through exercise.

        Handprints on Hearts – Students will meet with mentors and discuss their day and their interests.

        Chess Club – Students learn how to use strategy and critical thinking to play the game of chess.

        Drum Club – Students learn different bucket drumming techniques through exploring popular and classical music.

        Art Club – Students learn art techniques and history as they complete art pieces.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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