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Welcome to Lyman Moore, where students, families, and faculty members are working together to support and engage each member of our community.  We believe that students need to own their learning, be asked real questions that make them think about the world, and be given opportunities to act to improve their community.  Feel, think, act.  All students are asked to do these things daily on a small scale, and to work toward doing them on a much larger scale throughout their lives.

What do we plan for the coming year?  I asked our teachers to share their biggest hopes for their students this school year.  Here are a few of their responses:

"To leave Moore with a sense of perseverance, to continue trying even when things get hard."

"Students grow academically, socially, and emotionally."

"They learn from their mistakes, and that it's ok to make those”

"They use their skills to make connections with their local community."

"They gain social and cultural awareness."

"Students will learn to stay prepared, look ahead, and plan for their goals and responsibilities."

I look forward to working with students, families, and faculty to grow the Moore Community in the coming year. Ben Donaldson Principal



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High School Timeline
High School Timeline
Posted on 12/18/2016
Current information for the High School Timeline is now available in a printable PDF document.   READ MORE...
Go Falcons
Lyman Moore's Digital Scorecard
Posted on 05/25/2016
Lyman Moore's Digital Scorecard shows: The percentage of students that scored proficient or better on the NWEA assessmants! The students' daily attendance is 96%! 92% of parents feel welcomed and respected.  READ MORE...
Student Visionaries
Posted on 05/26/2015
A team of sixth-graders at Lyman Moore Middle School has been named as among “Maine’s Top Ten Youth Visionaries” after winning a competition that asked students statewide to create a video that focused on ways they would use $1 million to improve the quality of life in Maine 10 years from now.  READ MORE...
Revised Proposal for School Start and End Times
Posted on 04/09/2015
The Portland Board of Public Education is considering a newly revised schedule of elementary and middle school start and end times for the 2015-2016 school year. The latest bell schedule, which was presented to the school board at a workshop on Tuesday, April 7, is designed to be responsive to a variety of feedback from the public and staff about previously proposed start/end times. That board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 28, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Lincoln Middle School on the proposed changes.  READ MORE...
Students Honored
Lyman Moore Students Honored for Helping the Hungry
Posted on 04/01/2015
Isabel Hungerford and another eighth-grade student at Lyman Moore Middle School were recognized by the Portland Board of Public Education and Portland Superintendent Emmanuel Caulk this month for their work to help community families to be more food secure.  READ MORE...
Lyman Moore 6th Graders to Host Natural Disaster Exhibition
Posted on 03/10/2015
Lyman Moore Middle School sixth-graders on Thursday, March 12, will be exhibiting the research projects they’ve done on natural disasters.  READ MORE...
MAEA Youth Art Month Show
Student's Artwork Displayed at PMA
Posted on 03/04/2015
Mbacthana Muka, grade 8 at Lyman Moore is one of many whose artwork has been selected to be displayed at the Portland Museum of Art  READ MORE...
Staff Honored
Staff Honored for "Bridge" from Lyseth to Lyman Moore
Posted on 02/24/2015
Four staff members – two from Lyseth Elementary School and two from Lyman Moore Middle School – won recognition from the Portland Board of Education on Feb. 24 for their collaborative work to develop an event to help bridge the two schools and enhance learning opportunities at each.  READ MORE...
Bridging Two Schools
Posted on 02/10/2015
Playground Quest
Posted on 02/06/2015
Two Lyman Moore Middle School students were honored this week by the Portland Board of Public Education for their efforts to fix up a playground in the housing project where they live so that children can play there.  READ MORE...

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