MSC Workshops & Clubs

MSC hosts many different workshops and clubs.  These are non-graded educational and social gatherings designed to encourage enrichment and community for our students and families.  Please explore below for areas of interest.

Don’t forget to check out our other activities as well.


Elementary Workshops

Frontier Curriculum Workshop: For grades 4th- 8th AND Parents. Dates to choose from: September 24th, 26th or 28th



Middle School Workshops

Summer Equine Science: June 4th – June 9th 2018 (Current 8th – 11th grade students only)

Frontier Curriculum Workshop: For grades 4th – 8th AND Parents. Dates to choose from: Sept 24th, 26th or 28

Time Management Workshop for Middle School Students: September 25 & 27



High School Workshops

Summer Equine Science: June 4th – June 9th 2018 (Current 8th – 11th grade students only)

Time Management Skills Workshop For High School Students: September 25 & 27


Parent Workshops


Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s)-  May 29th, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Workshop description: Frequent or prolonged exposure to stress can create toxic stress which can damage the developing brain of a child and overall health. This workshop will help parents from all walks of life learn how to identify and counteract ACEs to develop resilient kids.

Frontier Curriculum Workshop: For Grades 4th- 8th AND Parents. Dates to choose from: September 24th, 26th or 28th.



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Club 100




  • Our goal is to inspire daily vigorous activity, to build strength & endurance.
  • We challenge you to walk, bike, hike, ski, swim or skip to 100 miles by the end of this school year!
  • We will have prizes along the journey too!
  • Log your miles to a healthy lifestyle.
  • Receive a FREE pedometer while supplies last.
  • All ages are welcome to join! And parents too!


Sign-up Here and enter your name(s) & contact information then receive info about club activities and ways to earn bonus miles! Download your mile log here and get started. It’s as simple as that!

You can track your miles through one or any combination of activities ie: running, skiing, hiking etc. Turn in your mile log via email ( or fax: 907-352-7480 or simply drop it off at the front office.

Each club member will receive a FREE pedometer with sign-up (while supplies last). Additionally, participants will be awarded prizes at the 50 and 100 mile marker.

MSCS Club 100 can be combined with the Healthy Futures Challenge.

Questions? Contact Gena Chastain at 352-7457

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Join our troop of girls scouts at MSCS and build lasting friendships.

Room: South Roost
Days: Tuesdays
Times: 4:30 – 6:30

Questions? Contact Mrs.Teagon Potter at:

Healthy Futures Elementary Challenge

Healthy Futures Elementary Challenge

How does the Challenge work? It’s simple! Students who are active for at least 60 minutes a day, 15 days a month, and record their activity on the Healthy Futures Activity Log are awarded fun incentives when their school representative submits the information to Healthy Futures via the online app.

Send in your activity logs by email: OR fax: 907-352-7480 OR drop them off at the front office at the Wasilla Campus. 

NEW FOR THE 2017-2018 CHALLENGE: Incentives will be a surprise!  The incentives will continue to be small prizes designed to encourage play and develop motor skills such as jump ropes, frisbees, bike lights, and yo-yos.

Click here for activity logs

New Challenge for May!!!

Click here for info and registration details: JOIN OUR 100 MILES IN MAY FACEBOOK GROUP

WASILLA (main)
600 E. Railroad Ave., Suite #6 
Wasilla, AK 99654

742 South Alaska St., Ste. #1,
Palmer, AK 99645

Contact Us
P: 907.352.7450
F: 907.352.7480

Office Hours:
M-Th 8am-4pm,  Fri 8am-3:30pm

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