Week of 10/15/18
A Message from the Administrator
Greetings MCS Families,
It’s another busy week at MCS and Homecoming at U of I! This year our middle school Theater students will be participating in the Homecoming Parade. Mrs. Gould, our theater teacher, has been practicing with our theater students and I look forward to watching them represent MCS at the parade.
It has been brought to my attention that some of our student's lunch balances are growing and have not been paid yet. Please remember that it is the responsibility of the parent(s) to make sure that a student's lunch account remains in good standing. This means that there should be a positive credit on their lunch account if they plan to purchase lunches.
If you have been notified of a balance due, you are asked to bring your account back to good standing within 3 business days of the notice. Per our lunch policy, any invoices that are outstanding greater than 30 days, will aquire a finance charge and continue to accrue these charges until the total balance paid in full. We do our best to notify you of your balance so that these charges do not accrue.
If you are having trouble paying off your lunch balance in full, we are happy to work with you. Please contact Lashelle at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding your balance.
If you need a Free and Reduced application, please following this link: Free and Reduced Application
Have a great week and Go Vandals!!!
Administrator, Moscow Charter School
Walk to School with Mayor Bill Lambert!
Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert is doing the Idaho Mayor's Step Challenge. During the month of October he is competing against other mayors in Idaho to get a minimum of 10,000 steps per day. This challenge is to raise awareness of the need for healthy lifestyles and physical activity for school age children. If he reaches his goal, he will receive $1,000.00 to donate to the schools in Moscow.
He has invited the Moscow Charter School family to join him on Wednesday, October 17th to walk to school. Parents and guardians can drop off students from 7:45 to 8:00am at Rotary Park (corner of Orchard and F street) to depart at 8:00am to walk to school with the Mayor, Mr. B and other adult volunteers. Parents, guardians, and siblings are welcome to join!
What: Walk to School with Mayor Bill Lambert and Mr. B
When: Wednesday, October 17th
Location: Rotary Park - Corner of Orchard and F Street
Drop off time: 7:45 to 8:00am
Departure time: 8:00am
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Opportunities at MCS
JOIN OUR TEAM
We are looking for a part time Special Education Aide. Please share this post or tag someone below who may be interested and would make a good fit for MCS. Around 19 hours a week at $10 an hour. For more information about the position and how to apply, click the link below.
Substitutes Needed! We are looking to build up our sub list! Please visit the link below for more information on how to apply.
PAT Appreciation Brunch
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We still have T-shirts and sweatshirts available for sale! Please see Caitlin at the front desk for sizes and prices. There are adult and youth sizes available.
Box Top Competition
It's time to begin collecting Box Tops again! The competition will continue through October 31st. The winning class that collects the most Box Tops will be rewarded with a donut party and a surprise guest!
Helping collect Box Tops is very beneficial for our school! We raise on average $600 per school year.