MHS art show đź–Ľ
3 months ago, Brent Nelson
We are looking forward to tonight’s 5th grade band and choir concert. Thank you to all the families for supporting their students.
3 months ago, Nick Bakke
5th grade program
Please use your phone’s camera to scan the QR code to access the pop concert digital program for tonight’s show.
3 months ago, Nick Bakke
5/9/22 Pop Concert
School Lunch Heroes Serving Healthy Meals with a Smile. Celebrating School Lunch Hero Day on May 6, 2022 Between preparing healthy food, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, Mora Public Schools nutrition professionals have a lot on their plate. To celebrate their hard work and commitment, Mora schools will celebrate School Lunch Hero Day on May 6. This day, celebrated annually since 2013, was designated by The School Nutrition Association and Jarrett Krosoczka, author of the “Lunch Lady” graphic novel series. School Lunch Hero Day provides an opportunity for parents, students, school staff and communities to thank those who provide healthy meals to nearly 30 million of America’s students each school day. All across the school district, school nutrition professionals will be honored and recognized from students, school staff, parents, and the community “School nutrition employees must balance many roles and follow numerous federal, state and local regulations to ensure safe and healthy meals are available in schools. School Lunch Hero Day provides the opportunity for the community to thank these hardworking heroes” said Cally Hanson. Federal nutrition standards ensure that school cafeterias always offer low-fat or fat-free milk, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein. School meals also meet limits on calories, sodium and unhealthy fats. The importance and nutritional value of school meals are well documented. For many children, school lunch is the most important and nutrient-rich meal of their day Get the details about School Lunch Hero Day at Serving our Future in School Today. The School Nutrition Association (SNA) is a national, non-profit professional organization representing more than 55,000 school nutrition professionals across the country. Founded in 1946, SNA and its members are dedicated to making healthy school meals and nutrition education available to all students. To find out more about today’s school meals, visit Hats off to our very own: Sue, Eric, Robin, Lisa, Becky, Laura, Tina, Jessie, Michelle, Karla, Stephanie, Sandy, Natalie, Mitch and Kathy!
3 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Nutrition staff with red super hero masks over their eyes and super hero t-shirts
clipart School Lunch Hero Day May 6, 2022
New MHS building tours! Thank you ICS for giving us a sneak peak.
4 months ago, Brent Nelson
HS Art Teacher posting.
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Full time high school Art Teacher Position. Clink on link to read more
Celebrating staff appreciation for all Mora Mustang team members. Our team of educators and support staff are the best. Take time to thank our Mora Mustang educators and support staff.
4 months ago, Dan Voce
Appreciation breakfast
Staff appreciation
One of our nutrition super heroes, Lisa Schultz, made it into the School Nutrition April Issue.
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Yellow star by the Mora Nutriction staff Lisa Schultz
3rd Graders received a special delivery today: Crayfish! 3rd graders will be learning about crayfish in science class for the next few weeks. They will learn about crayfish structures, adaptations, what they need to survive, and their habitats. They also learned how to hold them properly, and some 3rd graders were even brave enough to try!
4 months ago, Briana Hallin
Crayfish 2
Crayfish 3
Crayfish 4
MHS Art students participated in the 2022 GRC Art Show at Cathedral HS The following students participated. 601–senior Bri Dudley’s “Unfinished God” acrylic painting 602–senior grader Bri Dudley’s “Rune Skull” ceramic sculpture 603–senior Kian Dudley’s “Two Corpses, We Become the Earth” oil painting 604–senior Jordan Spear’s “Chaos of the Future” charcoal drawing 605–senior Ethan Bong’s “Chaos Helmet” cardboard and plaster sculpture 606–senior Ria Edberg’s “Subconscious” mixed media painting 607–junior Maddie Benner’s “Interdimensional Frog” sculpture–WON 2nd PLACE! 608–junior Aurora Field’s “Groovy Shroomy” sculpture 609–junior Keira Nelson’s “Mind, Body & Soul” color drawing 610–junior Sude Suleymanoglu’s “Save Your Tears” watercolor painting 611–sophomore Shelby Atchinson’s “Skull Candy” sand art 612–sophomore Lola Schwinghamer’s “Trickster” mixed media drawing 613–freshman Allison Briggle’s “John My Beloved” printmaking 614–freshman Allison Briggle’s “Fluttering & Dancing Daffodils Series” printmaking 615–freshman Allison Briggle’s “Be On the Wing” mixed media–WON 1st PLACE! 616–freshman Allison Briggle’s “Little Creepy Crawlers” color drawing 617–junior Wilma Landegren’s “Sourum” (Swedish for “bedroom”) watercolor 618–junior Wilma Landegren’s “Flickrum” (Swedish for girl’s bedroom”) watercolor 619–senior Ben Hansen’s “What Was Old is New Again” ceramic sculpture 620–freshman Peyton Lemke’s “First Thought of the Day” color drawing
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
group photo of students holding they art entries
Student with a  piece of art work
Student with winning piece of art
Bus Driver Substitutes Student Contact Days and Extracurricular Activities 6:30am to 9:30am and then 1:45pm to 4:00pm Contact Gayle Stassen at 320-679-6200 ext 4255
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Job description for Sub Bus Driver
A tour of the new Mora High School. Tremendous progress has been made. Exciting times for our Mora schools & community.
4 months ago, Dan Voce
CTE area of the new Mora HS
entrance to the new Mora HS
Classroom area - first floor
Congrats Sage, Skylar, Margo and Ada on representing Mora at the Students of Excellence Banquet.
4 months ago, Brent Nelson
Thank you amazing 5th grade team!
4 months ago, Brent Nelson
Mora Schools welcomes Mr. Norby back to Mora . An awesome day for all!
4 months ago, Dan Voce
Welcome back Mr. Norby
We missed you
Mora Mustang Welcome
Fourth graders are learning about ecosystems and how environmental factors can impact the development of organisms. (Pictured: stages of a mealworm’s life.)
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
a petri dish with the different stages of a meal worm such as egg, larva, pupa beetle
K-6 Elementary Teacher Posting
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Mustangs Mora, MN
Save the date! Come help us send off the class of 2022.
4 months ago, Grace Kubesh
Senior Parade and Celebration Night
Health Paraprofessional Long Term Sub
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
poster with Health Office, red cross symbol and bandaid
Position Opening at Mora Public Schools.
4 months ago, Mora Public Schools
Flower made from cute of vegetables. sliced radishes for leaves, sliced cucumbers for petals, tomatoes for the center