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Latimer students work with college project to bring Little Free Library to Community.  Read more here.

Congratulations to Moreland's 2017 People of the Year.  Read about our school and District winners here.

Moreland Middle School Receive "Unanimous Superior" Rating at Local Festival.  Learn more here.

Easterbrook Discovery students perform 'Singing in the Rain'.

Congratulations to EDS' Middle School musicians who swept the Music in the Parks festival on April 22.  Read more here.

Moreland Middle 8th graders place 1st & 2nd in Santa Clara County Optimist Oracle Competition.  Read more here.

Anderson & Baker Install Buddy Benches at their school playground.  Learn more here.

Latimer was awarded a grant from Project Lead the Way & SunPower Corporation to expand their middle school electives.  Read more here.

Congratulations to Moreland Middle School's Destination Imagination team heading to the Global Finals in May.  Read more here.

Baker Elementary School was awarded Project Cornerstone's Caring School Climate Award.  Read more about their honor here.

Payne 5th Graders participate in a Living History Lesson taking them back to the Colonial Days.

Country Lane 5th Graders spent their time assembling kits for patients of Lucille Packard Children's Hospital - Stanford, and homeless and at-risk youth in Silicon Valley.  Click here to learn more.

Join us for our next Board of Trustees Meeting:  Tuesday, May 30, 2017.  For a list of upcoming meetings, click here.

Moreland School District has a commitment to focus on our students both during the school day, as well as to understand their external struggles outside of the traditional school day.   Click here to see the recent Poverty Simulation exercise.

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Latimer Students Work with College Project to Bring Little Free Library to Community

Latimer’s Girls With Ideas lunchtime club has joined with a West Valley College student outreach project to bring a Little Free Library to Latimer. The Little Free Library is a project based on the international nonprofit organization inspiring free neighborhood book exchanges, therefore profoundly increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
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Moreland Middle Student Wins National Music Award

Moreland Middle School 8th grade student Daiki Nakajima was selected as a 2017 DownBeat Student Music Awards (SMA) winner, a national competition open to junior high, high school, university and solo entries. Daiki has received the “Junior High School Outstanding Performance” for his Tenor Saxophone recording.
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Nine Moreland Students Place in National Math Competition

Nine Moreland students placed at the MathCon National Finals held at the University of Illinois in Chicago, April 22, 2017. Among the top 1% of students chosen to advance from the Regional competition in March, only the top scores received an Honorable Mention or higher.
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