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Moreland Students Advance to National Math Competition

Two Country Lane students, five Easterbrook Discovery School students, one Latimer School, and five Moreland Middle School students were chosen out of almost 50,000 applicants from across the country to participate in MathCON, a prestigious national academic competition hosted by Concept Schools in Chicago later this month.

Moreland Volunteer Wins Silicon Valley Award

Melissa Rhyne, a Payne Elementary School parent, has been selected as the Junior League of San Jose’s Crystal Bowl Award Winner, in the category of Leadership. Melissa was nominated by the Moreland School District for her work as the President of the Moreland Education Foundation (MEF).

Moreland Middle School Student Recognized in City of San Jose Poetry Competition

Moreland Middle School 6th grade student Tanish Bobde, was honored at the City of San Jose City Council Meeting on February 26, 2019 as one of 20 finalists who submitted short poems through this “Litter-ature” competition focusing on litter awareness, a collaboration between the City of San Jose’s Environmental Services Department and Office of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program.

Three Moreland District Teams Advance to State STEAM Competition

Three Moreland teams have successfully qualified for the Destination Imagination state competition on April 6, 2019 in Clovis, California. Of the 46 teams that competed in the Regional Tournament on March 2, 2019, teams representing Latimer and Payne Elementary Schools placed high enough to earn a spot in this S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) competition.
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