RMIQ Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation formed in 2010 by a group of concerned parents who wanted to minimize the impact of the California budget crisis on the quality of our children’s education. Directed by a board of parent volunteers, the mission of the foundation is to enhance the educational environment for all children at Moulton Elementary School.
We accomplish our mission by raising funds from parents and the community to provide resources that fill a significant gap in educational funding that is not provided by federal, state, school district or PTA budgets. With these additional resources every child at Moulton is provided an improved learning opportunity with reduced student/ teacher ratios for a period of time throughout the school year.
Save the Date!
The RMIQ Foundation is hosting its Inaugural Winter Gala and Silent Auction January 26th, 2019. The Gala will be held at the Marbella Country Club in San Juan Capistrano. Tickets go on sale November 5th, and can be purchased here.
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RMIQ Foundation works together in cooperation with our parents, Principal, teachers and PTA to accomplish our common goals of achieving excellence in education at Moulton Elementary School.
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Entering its 5th year at Moulton Elementary School is the Brain Builders STEM Education program. Brain Builders STEM Education Program is instructed by Brain Builders, an education based company serving Orange County since 2002, which offers classes in engineering with LEGO bricks. Each STEAM(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) based program was specifically tailored for each grade level at Moulton and encourages students to apply the concepts they learn to create their own team projects not just build from a set of instructions.
Brain Builders not only teaches students concepts such as physics, science, and math at their age appropriate level, but the students get to apply the concepts tangibly by engineering with LEGO bricks. Using this STEAM curriculum, students will find out what it really means to "engineer" a project including teamwork, patience, and the satisfaction of completing goals and challenges!