Afterschool & Summer Enrichment since 1992
The Moscow School District Adventure Club is a self-supporting, no-profit, afterschool and summer program for elementary school-age children. The program’s mission is to provide a supervised environment that promotes intellectual, physical, and social development. We are committed to providing a safe, affordable, and enriching environment for children in our care. Please contact David Pierce-Garnett, program director, with any questions you may have via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (208) 892-3998.
Adventure Club Mission Statement
Providing a supervised environment that promotes the intellectual, physical, and social development of children.
The Adventure Club of the Moscow School District provides after school enrichment for kindergarten through fifth graders during the school year, and a Summer Program for children entering the kindergarten through seventh grades. The Adventure Club was originally established in 1992 by families and school board members interested in providing a safe, enriching after school environment for their children. The program serves more than 200 children during the calendar year, or approximately 17% of Moscow’s elementary students.
- Afterschool Care at three locations: Lena Whitmore Elementary, McDonald Elementary, and Russell Elementary. West Park students are bussed to Russell. Children from Moscow Charter School and Palouse Prairie Charter School are bussed to McDonald.
- Full Day Care at a single location during teacher in-service days, winter break, spring break, and summer vacation.