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Dorothy MooreDean of Discipline
The students of Lemon Bay are a phenomenal group! They have weathered so much through their lives. Speaking with many of them, I have heard stories of strength and survival that make me put my life in perspective. I know they will meet this challenge and become even better individuals. Here at Lemon Bay - we will continue working hard to get them what they need to graduate, move on to the next grade, go to college, go to a trade school, go straight in to the work force, and/or do what they choose to do next in their lives. Our parents/guardians and community are the best. Continue to support and be there for each other. Don't be afraid to ask for help. If you just need to talk, email me or email your teachers. We are fighting for you. We believe in you. You have worked hard to stay in school and we need to stay vigilant. When you go out, be as safe as possible. Continue to wash those hands. Cover your coughs with your elbow. Continue to be the kind and caring Manta Rays that make us proud to call you our students.
Dorothy Moore is not only a Lemon Bay teacher, she is an alumnus. She attended from grades seven through twelve. Ms. Moore is a member of the second class to graduate from Lemon Bay in 1982.Blackburn University, in Carlinville, IL, is where Ms. Moore went and played on their collegiate volleyball, basketball and softball teams for three years. She transferred to The University of Florida to earn her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Education. After graduating, she returned to the Englewood community. She taught at L.A. Ainger Middle School for 10 years before moving over to Lemon Bay. This is her 24th year at The Bay.
This is Ms. Moore's third year as the dean. She looks forward to continue working with the students and teachers to keep students in the classroom so they can graduate on time!!! Her goal is to catch kids doing good and keep the visits to her office to a minimum.
While Moore enjoys her time at school, she finds plenty of things to do outside of school. She enjoys taking part in all kinds of outdoors activities. When Moore finds time at home, she likes to cozy up to a good book. Moore loves being heavily involved in all of the school activities. She wants to give back what Lemon Bay gave her. "I will do anything for my students; even if I have to pull it out of a hat, just as long as they understand; that is all that matters." When you see her in the halls, ask her how her day is. You are almost guaranteed to hear: Every day is a GREAT DAY at THE BAY!!!"