Our mission as Moore Avenue Resource Center is:
- To increase our understanding of how intersectionality affects student achievement and apply that understanding to reduce social inequality and injustice on campus and in the community.
- To provide a safe space for LGBTQ+ students to be out and live openly.
- To foster the development of a diverse and unique student community that is supportive of all students regardless of their background, gender identity, belief systems, or disabilities.
- To identify at-risk students with elevated adverse childhood experiences and provide support in their school and community achievement.
Virtual learning classroom schedules and zoom meeting Links. Please use Schoolwise to check for messages and communicate with teachers.
Please be on time. The teacher will log off if no one shows up 5 min after the start time.
For credit recovery, independent study assignments, and classroom supplemental material.
PE Logs must be in students’ handwriting and submitted to their cohort teacher by the end of the month. Students can take a picture or utilize a smart device to write on the picture.
Primary Communication with staff and students. Also provides report cards, and state testing results for parents and students.
Assessment and intervention Software
Shirts, Hats, Bags, Blankets, Drink-ware, Sweatshirts,
Academic Counseling and College/ Carrer Links
Student Informative Documents
Please Download this Form and fill out the information using Adobe Acrobat DC or other PDF software and Submit it here:
2021 PVCS Graduates