Week of 5/3/21
A Message from the Administrator
Greetings MCS Families,
Last week we held interviews for our new 5th grade teaching position, as Mrs. Wilkins will be moving to 3rd grade. We had 3 amazing candidates and the committee decided on Ms. Hannah Cartwright. Ms. Cartwright grew up in Genesee and attended the University of Idaho. She student taught with Ms. Bonzo in the Fall of 2020 and we feel she will have a smooth transition into the 5th grade class. We look forward to her joining our MCS community.
On Wednesday, May 12th, we will be posting a Middle School Open House for our incoming 6th grade students. It will be from 9-11AM for any families that are interested in attending middle school at MCS. Teachers will be in their classrooms and will be able to explain their curriculum and classroom structure. Please pass this information on to any outside families that might be looking to enroll for middle school at MCS. We hope to see our current MCS students and families then too.
Bike to School Day is Tuesday, May 11th. Students are encouraged to bike, walk or roll to school. This event is designed to encourage healthy alternatives for getting to school and moving around the community. Thanks for your support!
Have a great week!
Administrator, Moscow Charter School
Reminder: Bike to School Day on May 11th!
MCS Book Fair
Wednesday, May 5th from 8AM-2PM
Thursday, May 6th from 7:30AM-6PM
Friday, May 7th from 10AM-5PM
In person orders can be taken during the book fair. Cash, local check, credit card and Venmo are all accepted forms of payment. Online orders can be made through this website. Shipping costs will apply to online orders only.
Please contact Laura Miller via email at email@example.com for any questions!
3rd Grade Field Trip to the Univ. of Idaho Engineering Expo
Summer Reading at the Moscow Public Library!
Hello Moscow Schools!
It’s time for Summer Reading at the Moscow Public Library! We wish we could be visiting your classrooms to announce all the exciting things we have planned in person, but please enjoy this announcement video we’ve made instead. You can view it here: https://youtu.be/A-ay0jArvZ8
This summer’s theme is Imagine Your Story! We hope your students will join us in exploring our favorite tales, fables and fantasies, as they create their own stories along the way. We will also be visiting your school soon to drop off promotional materials with more details about the Summer Reading Program. Thank you for helping us spread the word!
If you have any questions, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your local library staff,
Miss Stacie, Miss Bailey, and Mister Mason