Mrs. Kim Moore

Welcome to my webpage!

family at capitol Here is a picture of my family at DesMoines this summer.

I graduated from what was then Clarke College with degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics. I have been teaching at Marquette Catholic since 2005. 

To view my weekly class schedule and course outlines click here

 

Here are the classes I teach:

Computers I

In this course students work with the Microsoft Office programs of Word, Excel, and Access.

To view the class computer system paintings click here.

Computers II 

A variety of computer skills are taught in this course such as photo editing, movie making, coding, and scanning.

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To view Kortney’s Green Screen Movie: https://youtu.be/ebekP7bQpe0

To view Sou’s Promo Video: http://www.schooltube.com/video/70f82da55fe64ab4bfc0/Sou’s%20Promo%20

To view Grant’s Promo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P4lSFe5cDU or www.schooltube.com/video/0c8a354176824c04ac2b

To access Anna, Clare, and Kortney’s website on design: https://sites.google.com/a/marquettecatholic.com/design/

To access Ryan and Alec’s website on cyber ethics: https://sites.google.com/a/marquettecatholic.com/cyber-ethics/

Computers III 

This course is service orientated. Some of the jobs students complete are making desktop publications such as programs and certificates, updating the school website and the Iowa Hall of Pride site, and creating movies for others to review school events.

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Click here to watch our review of Catholic Schools Week 2015.

Algebra A

This yearlong course covers the first half of the Algebra curriculum.

Activities and videos can be found to supplement the textbook at www.glencoe.com.

This class often uses www.khanacadeny.org to supplement the textbook.

Algebra B

This course covers the second half of the Algebra curriculum.

This class often uses www.khanacadeny.org to supplement the textbook.

Activities and videos can be found to supplement the text book at www.glencoe.com.

Fundamental Geometry

This course covers the basics of Euclidean Geometry.

Financial Math

In this course students learn about personal finance. Topics covered include: income, recordkeeping, checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, loans, transportation, housing, insurance, and investments.

Supplemental text book materials for this course can be found at www.busmath.glencoe.com.

Snapshot 1 (9-15-2014 12-09 PM) Click here to view some of our projects.

Here is a list of my extra duties:

SADD Moderator

PowerSchool Facilitator

Big Red Building Buddies Facilitator