MPS Parent/Guardian and Community Survey - School Based Health Services

March 19th, 2019

As some of you may know, Hackley Community Care (HCC) has several School Based Health Sites within MPS district: Muskegon Teen Health Center at Muskegon High School, School Wellness Programs at Marquette and Muskegon Middle and a Behavior Health Only site at Nelson. HCC and Muskegon Public Schools are looking at the possibility of expanding mental services into additional sites. Studies have shown that children who are healthy physically, mentally and emotionally have better academic success.

If your child is currently in need of medical, dental or behavior health services, please feel free to contact the Muskegon Teen Health Center at 231.733.6680.

Your input is important in helping us determine needs of the students as well as future direction of HCC programming and services. All responses to the survey are anonymous and will be kept confidential.



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At Moon School we take responsibility to inspire our students to be Respectful, Excellent, Dependable, and Safe.

We are committed to a partnership with Students, Parents, and Community.
We believe in greatness!

Full Day

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
8:25 am – 3:45 pm


Late Start Tuesday

9:45 am – 3:45 pm


Half Days

8:25 am – 12:00 pm

Reading Now Network

Reading Now Network (RNN) is a collective effort of superintendents, school boards and school districts throughout West Michigan to improve early literacy and, ultimately, student achievement across all grade levels. The RNN field study team partnered with Muskegon Public Schools in supporting Moon Elementary as one of the first lab schools with the project. After observations, input from stakeholders, and much collaboration, Moon School identified three goals to improve early literacy: (1) consistent balanced literacy instruction with respective training and support, (2) a sustained influx of resources and texts for each classroom, and (3) sustained focus on readiness to learn across the community. With the support of many community donors, Moon School is well on their way to improving early literacy for all students.

Nearly 5,000 books donated to students at Moon Elementary

Link to Fox 17 article

Moon School’s Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Moon’s breakfast starts at 7:45 a.m. except for late start days.
On Late Start Wednesdays, breakfast starts at 9:00 a.m.



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Moon Elementary Annual Education Report