Your Child Is in Great Hands
Serving the Moscow/Pullman communities since 1979. Moscow Day School offers childcare programs for infants, waddlers, toddlers, preschoolers, as well as those in Pre-K preparing for Kindergarten. Built on the core principle that childcare thrive when presented with the opportunity to learn through hands on experience in a structured environment, we are committed to small class sizes, open and frequent communication with parents, and empowerment of our kids.
As a parent run center with strong belief in the earliest stages of childhood education, we invest in keeping our ratios low to ensure our kids get the individual attention they need and deserve.
The school opened in September 1979. A group of parents saw a need for quality child care and worked together to start the school. Parents make up the board of directors and volunteer their time and energy. The school could not run properly without parent support. We are located in the lower level of the Moscow First Presbyterian Church, next to Moscow Senior High School and across from the Latah County Courthouse.
Our facilities include four classrooms, an indoor gym, a fully-fenced playground, an enrichment program room, and access to the church sanctuary for special events.
Health & Safety
This is a well-child childcare center. This means that if your child is not feeling well, for any reason, you will need to find alternate care. Control of communicable illness between children is a prime concern. Policies and guidelines related to outbreaks of communicable illness have been developed with the help of local health officials. In order to protect the entire group of children, as well as your own child, we ask that parents assist Moscow Day School by not bringing their child if he/she has a contagious illness or exhibits any of the symptoms listed within our policy.