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Mosaics Public School

A K-7 charter school providing Canyon County students an educational program centered around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math).... Read more


Our purpose is to empower our students with the skills they need to succeed in a 21st century world. Students at MOSAICS learn coding, art, engineering, and music beginning in kindergarten. We purposefully use collaborative learning strategies to help build our students' soft skills and teamwork, so when our students enter the workforce, they have been trained and experienced what it means to work as a team. We also believe our students need to become leaders in our community, which starts with building community partnerships to learn real world problems. We also expect 100% of our students to serve others through community service annually.... Read more


Our vision statement makes up the our name:
Molding Our Scientists and Artists Into Community Stewards (MOSAICS)
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MOSAICS Public School exists to be a center of innovation. Students engage in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math through a relevant, rigorous curriculum, preparing them to be creative and critical thinkers now and in the future. Teachers, students, and families partner together to create a safe, collaborative culture where students learn through experimentation and application. Students and staff work alongside community members through service learning to improve society.... Read more


Success Begins with Failure
Success in life is achieved through persistence and tenacity. Failure is an opportunity to grow and learn. At MOSAICS, we understand rigor requires failure. Students are encouraged to strive for new understandings, to take risks, and to learn from their mistakes. Through reflection and the design thinking process, students refine their ideas and learning as they embark on their learning journeys. Failures are simply seen as the stepping stones to success.


Caldwell, ID


42 US Employees


Primary / Secondary Schools

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