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Moorhead Public Schools operations director Steve Moore receives MoorHeart award

Post Date:02/12/2024 8:00 pm

Congratulations to Steve Moore! On February 12, 2024, the Moorhead City Council and Mayor Shelly Carlson presented him with the MoorHeart award.

Steve serves as Director of Operations and Emergency Management for Moorhead Area Public Schools. Every day, Steve shows his dedication to improving our schools. Most importantly, Steve organized and led the transition of equipment, students, and operations from the old high school to the new state-of-the-art facility, which opened in January 2024. Steve’s nomination includes the following statement:

“Steve has been an amazing asset to Moorhead Public Schools. He is a creative problem solver, an incredible planner and a positive professional. He has proven himself essential to the Moorhead Public Schools leadership team.

Steve had to figure out how to move almost everything from the old high school to the new school in just two and a half weeks, in the middle of the school year. He and his team did it so well that our kids' year wasn't disrupted in any way. That's a huge undertaking. As parents of MHS students, we nominate Steve Moore for the MoorHeart award for his outstanding work in our community supporting Moorhead Area Public Schools.”

In recognition of his commitment to bettering our community though his work with our public schools, the MoorHeart selection committee chose him to receive the MoorHeart award.

The MoorHeart award is an opportunity to recognize individuals who go above and beyond to demonstrate community within our City by their actions and service. A team of volunteers from city boards and commissions selects award recipients. The MoorHeart award is commemorated with a piece of art commissioned from local artist Dennis Krull especially for this purpose.

It's easy to nominate individuals/organizations for the MoorHeart award. Contributions large and small are worthy of nomination! 

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