• Moscow Middle School
    1410 East D St.
    Moscow, ID 83843
    (208) 882-3577
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    (208) 892-1177

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


The Moscow Middle School

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Foodbank School Pantry

See updated sports schedules here!

Schedule Change Letter

Revised A,B, C, D schedule

  • Boy’s Basketball starts Monday, October 27th at McDonald Elementary.  7th grade practices from 3:30-5:00 and 8th grade will run from 5:00-6:30 on the 27th and 28th.  On Wednesday, Oct. 29th practice for all student athletes will be held in the MMS MPR where we will split into times and learn the practice schedule for the remainder of the season.  Games schedules will be posted on the MMS website under “Winter Sport Schedules” as soon as they are finalized through the Bi-State league.




  • Parking at MMS will continue to be restricted  well into the school year. Read the messenger that went out to parents on 5/22/14 here. 
  • 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.


MMS Highlights

5th Annual MMS Fun Run Kick Off

              Ready, set, go!  The entire school (6th, 7th, and 8th graders) at MMS participated in the fifth annual Fuel Up to Play 60 Fun Run.  Prior to running on October 30, 2014, the entire school took the Fuel Up to Play 60 pledge, promising to live healthier lives and to be active at least 60 minutes each day.  Pairing this wonderful school event with our Halloween costume day made the run even more exciting. If you look closely you can see running wizards, TVs, and an active turtle leading the front of the pack.  Great Job MMS and Go Cubs!

 Java Island – 1st Place 
MMS Island Project Winners
The 2014 Island Project competition is complete and the votes are counted.  Congratulations to our top three 7th grade island project winners: Katie W. – Java Island, Ava B. – Huckleberryious Island, and Adela H. – Soul Island.  These hard working 7th grade students from Mr. Albrecht’s and Mr. Haley’s classrooms competed against their peers to create and design the most fun, unique, and creative island projects.  The annual island project has become a tradition at MMS, allowing the entire 7th grade to showcase their design brilliance and artistic abilities, while demonstrating their mastery of mapping and geography skills.  Congratulations on a job well done!

 Huckleberryious Island – 2nd Place

   Marvel Island – 4th Place

         Christmas Island – 5th Place




Palouse Cares and so does Moscow Middle School


This November the seventh grade Introduction to Construction Technology class at Moscow Middle School is continuing the tradition of creating projects to be donated to the Palouse Cares Auctions.  This is the seventh  year Mr. Poulos has worked with Palouse Cares, a Non-Profit organization, and employees of Moscow Building Supply to help raise money for families on the Palouse.  The two auctions are being held on December 6, 2014 in Moscow as well as in Pullman.  The class is using 2×4 and 2×6 lumber donated by Moscow Building Supply employees to create two eight foot long picnic tables that will be sanded and ready to accept paint or stain.  The picnic tables will include a built in drink tray for keeping beverages chilled.  Please visit the auctions this year to help support our community and our students.


Dog Houses for Palouse Cares Auction





 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Puppet Theatre

At the end of October Mrs. Scripter’s seventh grade English classes wrote, produced and performed “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Puppet Theatre.”

 Students used their knowledge of legends, plot, setting, character and oral performance.




On November 11, our students had a unique opportunity to learn about the connection between positive choices, family and support for others, and the dedication and team work that is the backbone of the U.S. Military.  The world renowned Harlem Ambassadors were featured at an assembly that was attended by most of our students.  The assembly was held at the HIRC, and MMS students and staff braved extremely cold weather with sub-zero wind chill to walk to and from MMS to honor our veterans and to listen to the Ambassadors message.


Knowledge Bowl

Knowledge Bowl successfully kicked off their competitive season on Monday, November 10th by beating Potlatch. Anxiously awaiting their turn to compete are (L-R ) Jacob Navarrette, Laurel Hicke, Ryan Charit, and Rosemary Adams. Knowledge Bowl is a fun way for students to show what they know in a variety of different content areas. We compete against several schools in the surrounding area. Our next home competition will be held on Monday, December 1st at 7:00 pm against Garfield-Palouse.

Mrs. Lawton’s 8th grade physical science class spent a chilly November morning illustrating Charles’ Law.  Their enthusiasm was “up up and away” as they flew their hot air balloons. The chilly weather was perfect to provide the less dense balloons to fly. Several balloons flew way off campus and were returned to us by the helpful citizens of Moscow.  We all had a great time watching the balloons fly away!



 Safe School Reporting Survey