• Moscow Middle School
    1410 East D St.
    Moscow, ID 83843
    (208) 882-3577
    Fax (208) 892-1182

    Attendance
    (208) 892-1177

    Office Hours
    Monday thru Friday
    7:30 am to 4:00 pm

Welcome

The Moscow Middle School

Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow.

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Announcements

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  • Regardless of the school start date, MMS sports and activities will start as planned.  Football 8/18, Volleyball, Cheer, and Cross Country the week of 8/25 (at regularly scheduled times).
    • Football is currently underway.
    • Cross Country will meet at MMS at 3:25 in Mrs. Fealy’s room.
    • Volleyball will meet at McDonald Elementary at 3:30. 8th grade begins Tues/Wed and 7th grade begins Thurs/Fri.
    • Cheer will start on August 27th at 3:30 on Bear Field

 

 

 

 

  • Interested in registering at Moscow Middle School? Contact school counselors Nate Hespelt or Natalie Stone at 882-3577 for questions or to begin the registration process.

 

 

  • Click on Tuesday Flyers at the top of the page to view community happenings.

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MMS Highlights

 Congratulations to MMS English Teacher Kari Golightly for earning the 2014 MEA Teacher of the Year!  Mrs. Golightly works hard for her school, students, and fellow staff members.  She is a big reason why MMS is the Pride of the North!

Congratulations to Mr. Haley’s World History classes for their work on the Castle Project.  Students worked very hard to create these historical representations.  Well done to our groups whose castles were voted the best of the best!

Who is Fuel Up to Play’s Molly Moo and what was he/she doing at MMS?  Watch the KLEW news story here.

Congratulations to Mrs. Norman. She was recently named the IMLA Region 2 Teacher of the Year!  Thank you Mrs. Norman for all that you do for students.

 The Moscow Middle School World Expo is coming!  People from all around the community are invited to come to MMS and celebrate learning on May 22nd.  Watch the video advertisement for a preview.

MMS Wrestling won the Bi-State Wrestling Tournament!

Congratulations to the MMS Science Bowl participants.  They earned 3rd place at the Idaho regionals!

MMS student had a GREAT day at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories with Mrs. Lawton.  GREAT stands for Getting Ready for Engineering and Technology. The day was designed to introduce students to potential science and engineering careers while meeting world class engineers. The event coincided with Engineers Week.

Crafty Club met again this month. Some crafty, crafty kids made some crafty, crafty Valentine picture frames.

6th grade students once again participated in the Readers as Leaders program with the University of Idaho.  Students who met reading goals had the opportunity to be recognized during half time at a UI Men’s basketball game.

The annual Polar Walk took place on February 12th.  Despite the cold and wet conditions, students emphasized the importance of walking to school and car pooling.

MMS students participated in our annual Spelling Bee.  Congradulations to our winner, runner up, and all who participated!

Students from Mrs. Norman’s Art II class visited the WSU Museum of Art.

Congratulations to the 2013 staff and contributors to Ursa Major Art and Literary Magazine. The magazine recently received a rank of Superior and was nominated for the Highest Award in the National Council of Teachers of English 2013 Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines. Ursa Major has provided an outlet for student writers and artists for over two decades. We look forward to what the writers and artists of MMS will submit this spring.

Click here to see video from our Reward Activity Day (RAD).  A full period of celebrating positive decision making!

MMS Wrestling wins the Jenifer Jr. High Invitational!  This was our first team win in five years.  Way to go Cubs!

MMS 8th graders take a career assessment survey with Mr. Hespelt.  They will use these surveys to learn about future jobs they may be interested in pursuing following graduation.

Mrs. Lawton’s science classes took advantage of the nice January weather to launch the hot air balloons they have been working on.

Students in Mrs. Costa’s Spanish class use individual whiteboards to show thier grasp of foreign languages.

Mr. Goodson’s classes follow up their study on how the human brain functions with a collaborative reflection exercise.

Students continue to use the Interactive Boards to brush up on mapping skills.

This November the DIY 7 classes at Moscow Middle School continued the tradition of creating projects to be donated to the Palouse Cares Auctions.

Check out our highlight video from second quarter at MMS Highlights.

Twenty-eight students from Crafty Club spent their time making mixed media canvases after school.  The club meets once per month after school on Fridays.

Students in PE have been breaking in new moves throughout their dance unit.  All three classes got together to groove with Wii game “Just Dance 2014″ .

Students from Mrs. Lawton’s classes are working on a service learning project.  They are putting their craft skills to work by creating Holiday cards to send to our troops overseas.

 

See what our students are up to in the latest “MMS Highlights” video!

Our new Interactive Boards are here!  Thanks to a $180,000 grant from the State Department of Education, each of our classrooms has a brand new Interactive Board up and running.  Read more about it in the article from Idaho Education News.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Mr. Poulos and Mrs. Aiello for being recognized as the “Vandal Teachers of the Game” for a collaborative project.  These two outstanding teachers teamed up to create a unit that had students integrating construction and math concepts.

 

 

 

 

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