Weekly Happenings

Week of March 18th

A Message from the Administrator

Picture Day

All class pictures were taken today and Lifetouch has informed us that they will be giving each student a complimentary class picture. If you sent your child with an order form and money today for a class picture, we will be sending it back home with them.


Please let us know if you have any questions!

All School Tour for Prospective Families

Our second tour is March 27th from 9-10 am for families interested in enrolling at Moscow Charter School for 2019-20. Word of mouth from current MCS families is crucial for new families. Please share and RSVP if you plan on attending at the link below:

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BINGO Night

  • Location: American Legion Cabin; 317 S Howard St. Moscow, ID

Marimba Club Concert

The Moscow Charter School Marimba Club will be performing a special concert on Saturday, April 6 from 7:30 – 8:30 pm in the Moscow High School Auditorium. The club is composed of students in grades 3-10 from Moscow Charter School, Moscow Middle School, and Moscow High School, many of whom have been playing since it began in 2010. This event is a fundraiser to purchase a portable bass marimba and provide scholarships for the Marimba Summer Camp that is open to youth throughout Latah County. The club recently received grants from the Moscow Giving Circle and Latah County Arts and Culture Committee and is sharing their love of this music by conducting marimba workshops and concerts in several Latah County schools. The concert is free and open to the public, though donations will be solicited. Families and people of all ages are welcome to come and enjoy an hour of lively, rhythmic marimba music.