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"The Great" Moses
McKissack Middle School

Message from Mrs. Janet Murphy, Principal

Welcome, McKissack family!! In a few weeks, students will take the T-CAP assessment. The McKissack faculty has been diligent in preparing our students for the test by providing tutoring on Saturdays and after school on Mondays as well as specific intervention classes during the school day. I know that our students can soar to the top as many of our students have shown gain and progress as evidenced by their DEA scores. I am proud of every student and teacher who has made efforts in preparing our students for SUCCESS. Therefore, I encourage every student to do their very best; YOU CAN DO IT!!! I also want to thank our parents and community partners for all the work you are doing in helping students with their academics. Bound for Blue!! Bound for Blue!! Moses McKissack Tigers we are Bound for Blue!! The color Blue represents the highest score on the T-CAP, which is Advance.

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Congratulations to Our Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Kamilah Mathews as our Teacher of the Year!!!! Mrs. Mathews has taught Language Arts at McKissack Middle School for 5 years and we are very, very proud of all of her accomplishments and all that she does for her students. She has a great bond with her students and is very deserving of this award!!!


McKissack Middle School Received Donation from TriStar Health


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