The Florence County Library has planned various activities for teens (grades 6-12) on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2PM following the theme "All Together Now." All programs are free of charge. For more information, call 843-292-7382.
Battle of the Books
BOB is a TEAM for students who love to read and who are competitive. The books for the competitions are from the 2022-2023 South Carolina Junior Book Award nominees. Competitions against the other middle schools in F1S are conducted virtually and the schedule for Moore is below. The district winner is the team that scores the most points overall from all contests. Moore finished second in the district for the 2022-2023 school year.
Checking Out Books
Students with a pass from a teacher may come during library hours (7:45 am - 3:35 pm) to check out books. You can check out two books at a time and keep them for two weeks before having to renew them. Click on the BOOKS AND EBOOKS tab for access to our catalog and sources for eBooks.
Chromebook Issues and Guidelines
Students with Chromebook issues need to ask a teacher for a pass to come during library hours (7:45 am-3:35 pm). You may also email Mrs. Lane (email@example.com) or Mr. Crowley (firstname.lastname@example.org). For access to the F1S device guide, click here and for access to F1S district technology resources for parents, click here.
First Chapter Fridays
Tune in on Fridays during homeroom to guest readers sharing the first chapters of some great books! Your homeroom teacher will provide audio access. If you'd like to read the rest of the book, come to the library to check out the book.
Quad Time Activities
After eating lunch, students may choose to visit the media center rather than exit to the quad. Passes are required and are available from the teacher on duty in the foyer area outside the cafeteria. Students may come to read, ride our exercise bikes, work a puzzle, play a board game quietly with friends, use some of our building sets, choose a coloring book page, or participate in planned craft activities. January's planned activity is making friendship bracelets from yarn. Be sure to check out the books about friendship as well.
This is the lion quilt made in the fall during Quad Time.
Degrees and Certifications:
BA, Secondary Education (English), Clemson University MLIS, University of South Carolina
Mrs. Susan Lane
I am a Cheraw High School, Clemson University (Bachelor of Arts, Secondary Education, English) and University of South Carolina (Master of Library and Information Science) graduate. I taught seventh grade ELA for nine years before becoming a media specialist, a job I have enjoyed for twenty-eight years. My entire teaching career has been with Florence School District One at Moore.
My job is one of SERVICE, and if I can help you or your student with anything media center related, please email me at email@example.com or call me at 843-664-8171.
Click HERE for an introductory video.
Degrees and Certifications:
I am Lauranne Guinn and this is my third year at Moore Middle School as the Media Assistant. If I can help you in any way please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org Lion Proud, Lion Strong!
Books and eBooks
Destiny is the catalog for both our library and books throughout our district. You can also access Destiny through Classlink. You can use this link to look for books which can be found in our library, read an eBook from our catalog, or listen to a digital audiobook.
Once you open the SORA app, add the South Carolina Low Country Consortium to your library list. This site has digital eBooks and audiobooks for Florence County residents.
The South Carolina Association of School Librarians hosts a book award program for students. The middle school program is called the Junior Book Award Program. These titles are used in our district's Battle of the Books Program.
If you'd like to recommend a book for our library to purchase, fill out this form.
This is a series of databases provided free to South Carolina residents by our state. If prompted for a user name and password, email email@example.com for that information.
Our county library has books and digital resources for student use. A library card is required for using county resources; contact the county library for details.
After reading our guidelines, you will see the link to take you to the blog.
Life as a Lion Blog Post Guidelines
This is a Moore blog. Your blog should represent our school in quality, content, and tone. This is not a social media page where you just talk about you.
Blogs include both facts and thoughts about those facts. Back your opinions with facts. Credit where you found your facts.
Other students will be allowed to comment on your blog post. They may disagree with you. Please think about how this will impact your feelings before you submit a post. See the commenting guidelines for more information.
Although blogs are less formal than many formats, all blogs should be in complete sentences, have correct spelling and punctuation, and not include social media shortcuts (Example 4 for FOR, @ for AT, etc.). Proofread your post before you submit it.
Post NO personal information. Only your first name will be used on the post.
Both potential blog posts and potential comments must be approved before they are posted. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in your post/comment not being included. Also, your parents must have given permission for your work to be shared to a webpage on the Media Permission form filled out during registration before your work will be posted. Because of the number of submissions, you can expect a delay in your potential post appearing on the blog.