Welcome to Leonard V. Moore Middle School



Please be advised that student welcome packets (schedules, uniform policy, supply list, etc.) should be arriving in the mail during the week of August 24th. You can also print a copy of the uniform policy and supply list using the link below.  If you have access to the Parent Portal for Genesis, you may log in and access your child's schedule.  If you have not signed up for the Parent Portal, please see Ms. Parham in the main office for an application. 


Leonard V. Moore Middle School's mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.

We are “Committed to Excellence”, and we work hard to make this site a primary source for timely information for all users, and a main gateway for improved communication between parents, teachers, students and other members of our community.

Vice Principal's Message 

Dear Parents and Guardians:

It is with great pride and excitement that I write this letter of introduction to you as the newly appointed Vice Principal of Leonard V. Moore Middle School for the 2015-2016 school year.  It is my sincere pleasure and honor to be able to assist Mr. Messmer in making this a great school year and support the mission and vision of Roselle Public Schools.  Having spent my entire career at Leonard V. Moore, I look forward to contributing to the school in a new capacity.  I began my career teaching 4th and 5th grades and eventually transitioned to 5th grade math. This past year, I taught 5th and 6th grade BSI/Title I, focusing on Read 180. My most recent administrative experience has been as the administrative intern at Leonard V. Moore.  I am thrilled to bring to Leonard V. Moore my skills as an educational leader and to work with you as a partner in education to ensure your child’s success.

As an instructional leader, I aim to facilitate a school environment conducive to learning through the use of the Positive Behavior Support in Schools (PBSIS) program. I will continue to collaborate with teachers, students, and parents to enhance and improve our PBSIS program.  It is my desire to provide expanded opportunities for our students to acquire the skills to become productive citizens in a vastly changing society.  As part of the administrative team, I will work to ensure that all students are offered an educational program that is differentiated and academically challenging. 

It takes a village to raise a child; therefore, parents, teachers, support staff, and administration all have an important role in encouraging and supporting our children. During the course of the year, it is my hope that we will work together to provide the students of Leonard V. Moore the best possible opportunities in preparing them to be world-class citizens ready to master the challenges of a global community with a solid foundation cultivated at our school.  I have an open door policy and I welcome your input. Please feel free to stop in or call to make an appointment to discuss any concerns, suggestions, or ideas to help make this the best year yet!  I look forward to the new school year and to partnering with you in the success of your child.


Patrizia Weber

Patrizia Weber, Vice Principal 

Nurse's Message

Any student who needs to take medication at school on a daily bases or for emergency (life saving purposes), must bring the proper medication administration forms signed by both parents, (if applicable), and the physician.

Also, all 6th grade students who are 11 years old, must receive their Menactra and Tdap vaccinations before they enter school on September 3rd. Students who do not have these vaccinations on file in the nurse’s office will not be permitted to start school. This is a state mandated law and your child will be excluded from school until documentation has been received.   


For 5th and 6th grade Back to School Supply List and Uniform Policy, please click on the link below:

LV Moore's Uniform Policy

LV Moore's School Supply List





Please note  Open Office Hours:  

Transfers and Registration

will take place on:

Monday - Thursday

8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.


12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.  

For faster processing, please call for an appointment with

Ms. Parham

(908) 298-2040 ext. 7047




Kean University Diversity Council
Congratulations Mrs. Bregman
2013-2014 Teacher of the Year for the Borough of Roselle & LV Moore
"As Principal, I am pleased to announce that Ms. Lisa Bregman, 6th grade math, has been selected as the Borough of Roselle & L.V. Moore Teacher of the Year for 2013/2014! Ms. Bregman teaches 3 sections of 6th grade math and was selected by her peers, receiving nearly 40% of the total staff vote by herself. She is a skilled educator who challenges her students to think and perform at very high levels. Last year, she was our top-performing teacher in terms of NJASK proficiency, with a success rate of 97% passing along with a large percentage of students achieving at the Advanced Proficient level. In the classroom, she utilizes a wide range of technology and is a meticulous planner. Often, students view videos at home, created by Ms. Bregman as a key component to her "flipped" model of classroom instruction. In my 15+ years in education, she is one of the most gifted and devoted teachers I have had the pleasure and honor to work with...congratulations to Lisa Bregman on a much-deserved honor!" Sincerely, Craig M. Messmer, Principal  READ MORE...
2014 Jack and Jill Contest Winners
Jack and Jill 2014 Essay Contest
The Greater Union County Chapter of Jack and Jill sponsored its Second Annual Essay Contest. Similar to 2013, the Essay Contest focused around Black History Month and emphasized how “honoring our past helps us to guide and strengthen our success in the future.” The Theme of the 2014 Essay Contest was “This African American figure has inspired me and this is why…”  READ MORE...
In celebration of Read Across America, on March 03, 2014, Scholastic would like to acknowledge that Leonard V. Moore for the second year in a row won the district-wide summer reading program with 735 books read. GREAT JOB L.V. MOORE!!!   READ MORE...
Parents don't miss out on this time to get a piece of history for your children. They will be glad you did this for them. 6th Grade parents we are encouraging you to get a copy for your child as this is their last year in the school. We NEED a minimum of 100 people to pay to get this off the ground. Lets us do this for our children. Make a purchase of a yearbook today. Just a reminder FRIDAY April 11 is the last day to send in your $25 payment. If you are sending a check make it payable to "LV Moore Middle School" or if you are sending cash, please make a note of that on the envelope. Thank you, LV Moore PTG lvmoorepto@aol.com GET INVOLVED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE  READ MORE...
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