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Welcome to Henry Moss Middle School, Home of the Dragons! Band Students perform at WKU Students' first day is August 7!  See you there!! HMMS Students enjoying their new library books!

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HERE is a letter from Mr. Nole addressing school safety.

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Located at 2565 Russellville Road in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Henry F. Moss Middle School is named for a former chairman of the Warren County Board of Education and longtime supporter of education, Henry F. Moss.  Our team of dedicated and enthusiastic teachers and administrators is proud to carry on that tradition of educating the children of Warren county.  We serve 500-550 seventh and eighth graders and offer regular, advanced, resource, and English as Second Language courses.  Advanced students have the opportunity to take algebra, geometry, and biology.  The library media center has 13,000 books available for students every day.  Every classroom is equipped with a computer and Smart TV, and a complement of technology that enables teachers to create interactive lessons.  Teachers may also use a variety of technology in their classes including laptops, iPods, and iPads.  In order to help students succeed, we are fortunate to have a Family Youth Resource Services center where coordinator Lynn Vincent assists students and their families with a variety of resources that students might need to be successful in school.

We welcome parents and visitors to see the good things that are happening at Henry Moss Middle School!
 

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Empowering Students to Lead, to Learn, and to Build Relationships

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