Mrs. Michelle Moore

Phone: 281-412-8800


Degrees and Certifications:

Social Studies Comp. 8-12 ESL 8-12 G/T Certified Bus Certified

Mrs. Michelle Moore

A brief bio:  This year begins my 12th year teaching. I taught my first 8 years at Angleton ISD and the last 4 years with Pearland ISD.

In the past, I have taught AP USH, USH, World History, Economics, Government, and Psychology. This year, I'm teaching AP Macroeconomics, AP Psychology, and Psychology.

I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2005 with a major in Psychology and a minor in History.  In 2007, I graduated again with a MEd. Whoop!

My husband and I have been married for five years and have one daughter. I enjoy running, photography and reading.

  • Tutorials:

    Monday & Wednesday in the afternoon from 2:45- 3:30pm

    Tuesday & Thursday in the morning from 6:50-7:05am


Classroom Announcements


    Unit Vocabulary Terms for each Unit will be due on test day. Terms include all words bolded throughout the chapter/module readings and can also befound at the end of each chapter/unit.

    For full credit of 100% Unit Vocabulary Terms must be:

    1. Numbered
    2. Term highlighted
    3. Definition from textbook, word for word, not abriviated.
    4. Turned in on test day. 

    Vocabulary couts as much as a quiz grade (2x).

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  • Reassessments are available for failed tests. Reassessments must be completed in tutorials within 3 days of grade input in Skyward. Students can reassess ONLY 2 tests per 9 weeks. 

    CorrectionsFailed assignments/homework/quizzes can be corrected at home and are subject to the 3 day limit for turning them in.

    Rules for Corrections:

      • Corrections are completed on a loose leaf sheet of paper
      • Hand written
      • Includes a title - "Assignment name" Corrections
      • Must have complete missed question and complete correct answer.
      • Must include PROOF. Why is that the correct answer? Prove to me you know the answer, not that you got it from someone. Show your work for calculations. 
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