Weekly Happenings

Week of 3/25/19

All School Tour for Prospective Families

Our second tour is this morning 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:


A Message from the Secretary:

Parents, we need to know by noon if your child's after school pick-up plans differentiate from their normal routine. Afternoons can become chaotic and this will greatly assist in our planning to ensure nothing is missed.

If your child is going to be tardy/dropped off to school after 9:00 am, please notify the office no later than 9:00 am if they are in need of a school lunch. We do not make school lunches on site, we place our orders through McDonald Elementary School. If we are not informed by 9:00 am that your student needs a lunch, we cannot guarantee them a lunch that day.

Thank you so much for your cooperation! Please let me know if you have any questions.


Caitlin H

MCS Secretary

School Lunches

Recently, we have had several issues with our K-2nd grade students heating lunches in the microwaves. Due to this, we encourage parents to no longer pack lunch items for their K-2nd grade students that require heating in the microwave. We greatly appreciate your understanding in accommodating this request.

School Lunch Menu:

Wednesday: Spaghetti with breadstick, green beans and fresh fruit

Thursday: Cheese/Sausage Pizza with pineapple tidbits and veggies + dip

Friday: Turkey + Cheese Sandwich with fresh fruit/veggies and goldfish crackers

Thank you from the PAT

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our school at bingo night on Friday. It was a fun evening with great entertainment provided by Tony and Abel, yummy tacos provided by 6th grade and there were lots of winners of awesome prizes. If you won a silent or live auction item, but didn't pick it up, please see Caitlin at the front desk. Thank you to all the businesses who donated amazing prizes for our fundraiser, it is great to live in such a generous community. Last, but not least thank you to the people who helped coordinate prizes, advertise for the event, set up, run the event, clean up afterwards, and of course to our bingo hosts. We certainly couldn't have done it without you. Thank you!

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.

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