New Pine River-Backus Teacher: Andrew Moore

Andrew Moore joins Pine River-Backus District staff

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Andrew Moore joined the Pine River-Backus school's teaching staff the fall of 2022.
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Special education teacher

I am very excited to start here at PR-B High School. I am originally from Crosby and graduated from North Dakota State University in 2018. I coached college football for the past three years before joining the PR-B staff.

In my free time, I love going to college football games in the fall and the Minnesota Twins games in the summer. I enjoy reading books and spending time with my family and friends. I have a 12-year-old golden Lab named Izzi.


I am so excited to be on staff here at PR-B. I love this area and I cannot wait to work with a group of great people who are passionate about teaching and developing young men and women for their futures.

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