The Reporter: After 27 years teaching in Hilliard, Cindy Moore to retire

The following story was written by a student on the staff of The Reporter as part of Hilliard Bradley High School’s Journalism Production course.

by Hannan Abdi, Arts & Styles Co-Editor

Cindy Moore, FCS teacher for 27 years in Hilliard, will retire at the end of the school year.

After 27 years teaching in Hilliard, Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Cindy Moore will retire at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Moore has done her very best to engage students in her classes; Bradley students and staff are sad to see her go and grateful for her contribution to our school.

Eric Ryan, Athletic Director,  said, “I actually had Mrs. Moore when I was a senior in high school and she was one of my favorite teachers… I’m pretty sure her mom was my science teacher in 6th grade too.”

Assistant Principal Erin McClincy echoed the sentiments of Ryan: “She has done a lot for her students concerning their education and her enthusiasm for teaching will be something everyone at Bradley will miss.”

We asked Moore what she will miss most about teaching:“I’ll miss making a difference in my student’s lives.” After finishing out the year, Moore’s summer plans will be to relax. “I can’t wait to go to the beach for two weeks and probably a lot of gardening,” Moore explained. 

Moore’s students are grateful for Moore’s teaching.

Vanessa Hawk, a sophomore, said, “I enjoyed Mrs. Moore showing us the cool stuff she makes.”

Parker McCluer, also a sophomore, said, “I wish her the best and I’ll miss her positivity in this school.”

Thank you, Mrs. Moore! Your positive attitude, hard work, and creativity will leave a legacy at Bradley.