Weekly Happenings

Week of 1/22/18

A Message from the Administrator

Greetings MCS Families,


Just a reminder that there will be no school tomorrow, the 26th. Today is the last day of the semester and teachers will be preparing report cards. Grades will be released on Monday and sent home with each student!


Enjoy your long weekend!


Sincerely,

Tony Bonuccelli

Administrator, Moscow Charter School

2018 Science Fair

All Moscow students from K-5 are invited to participate. The Science Fair provides an opportunity for students to engage in a fun science activity with their families. We highly encourage you to register! See flyer for additional information/date or visit http://media.msd281.org/sciencefair.

Supermoon viewing for Middle Schoolers ONLY

January 31st will bring an event that has not happened in 150 years! There will be a be a blue moon, supermoon, and total lunar eclipse. A blue moon is 2 full moons in one calendar month, a super moon means the moon is closest to the Earth in it's rotation and we know what a lunar eclipse is!


Mr. Collins and Ms. Hoffmeister will be hosting a viewing here at the school at 5:30 am on the 31st for the middle school students and teachers. We will be cooking breakfast for the students that day as well.


For more information on the Super Moon, visit https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2018/1/23/16911140/total-lunar-eclipse-2018-blue-moon-supermoon-blood-explained

Polar Walk 2018

This is a fun event that helps kids and parents overcome the challenges of active travel in the winter time by bundling up and walking to school. It is unique to Moscow and the Safe Routes to School program. This event is called the “Polar Walk” not only because it’s chilly in February but also to help raise awareness of the environmental impact of CO2 emissions from cars and it’s effect on the polar ice caps.

Come walk with us on this day!

**REMINDER: There will be no school tomorrow on Friday, January 26th!**