Moscow High School would like to thank the following businesses who participated in the Work-Based Learning Program this school year: Paradise Creek Bicycles; Kenworthy Theater; Palouse View Dental; North Idaho Athletic Club; Mad Greek; Wild at Art; Habitat for Humanity; Latah County Library District; Moscow School District; OUI Thrift Store; and Moscow Day School.

These businesses have become an extended classroom for a student with a disability. With training and opportunities to work in “real-life” settings, many students with a disability will have an opportunity to provide meaningful contributions to society. These students have much to offer, but they also need opportunities to develop requisite job skills.

The Work-Based Learning Program at Moscow High School is a partnership between the Moscow School District and businesses in our community where students learn in authentic settings rather than in the school building.

Moscow High School is dedicated to promoting positive outcomes for all students and would like to sincerely thank the businesses above and their staffs for participating.

Renae Bafus

Moscow High School

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