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.
Youth Wilderness First Aid
People get hurt, sick, or lost. The temperature drops, the wind picks up, and it starts to rain or snow. Would you know what to do? By learning a few basic skills, you can make the difference between a good outcome and a bad one- and maybe even save a life.
Training will include simulated emergencies and hands on activities outdoors. Dress warm-
- What: Wilderness First Aid Certification
When: April 10, 11,12 & 13 10am-3pm daily
Where: MSCS (classes will be held next door at the Valley Board of Realty)
Certificate: Students will receive a WFA certification through SOLO & national CPR certification from ASHI.
- Grades: For Grades 9-12
Cost: $225 (Cost can be deducted from the student(s) allotment)
Credit: .5 credit
Instructor: Dorothy Adler
We do not have any Parent Workshops at this time.
- All About Insects – Feb 17 – Grades: K-9 – Sorry, this class is canceled-
- Acids and Bases – Feb 24 – Grades: 6-12
- Intro to Physics – March 3 – Grades: 7-12
- Fossils, Rocks, and Geology – March 3 – Grades: 3-9
- Glow in the Dark Fun – April 14 – All Ages
- Skull Mounting – April 14 – Grades: 3-12-
- MSCS Science Fair- April 14– Grades K-12
- Intro to Basic Rocketry – April 28 – Grades: 3-12
- DNA Necklace- April 28 – Grades: 6- 12
Ballet @ MSC
In this FREE beginners class, students will be able to learn the basic foundations of ballet. This class will primarily focus on the positions and postures of dance. We will also focus on techniques and how to stretch muscles. Ballet is the foundation of all dances, and will help your child to improve in all dance styles.
Location: MSCS Auditorium
Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays, Starting January 10th-
Time: 11am- 12 pm
Grades: 1st- 5th
Requirements: We require that each student has proper dance wear and come prepared to each class. Girls must have a black leotard, pink ballet tights, and pink split sole ballet slippers. Ballet skirts are welcome but no tutus in class. Girls must come with thier hair up. For boys, they must have black leggings, a white tank top tucked into pant and black split sole ballet slippers. Hair must be out of the face. Students will be performing in late March, and we ask that every student commits to the full class and performance.
SORRY, THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL
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: Library Conference Room
Times:4 – 5:15pm
Questions? Contact Janis Bishop at: email@example.com
Clubs for Grades K- 3rd
Mrs. Devine will select grade level appropriate learning activities each week and incorporate cooperative learning to encourage social interaction. regular attendance is highly encouraged.
Tuesdays, 9:30 – 10:30 AM
1st Grade Club
Tuesdays, 10:30 – 11:30 AM
2nd & 3rd Grade Club
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Email Mrs. Divine at: firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up for these fun clubs.
Questions? Contact Mrs. Devine at: email@example.com
Move It Monday Yoga Group (FREE)
Move it Monday Yoga Group:
Mat Su Central is proud to offer FREE yoga to students in grades 7-12!
Strengthen & tone the body, de-stress & help clear the mind, restore overall balance & wellbeing to both mind & body.
Mats provided, or bring your own. Wear comfortable clothing & bring a water bottle. All levels are welcome, even if you have never done yoga before.
Pre-registration is required, you can sign up at: http://matsucentral.org/workshops/ OR call 352-7457.
- Dates: Monday’s , Feb 20, 27, March 6 & 20
- Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
- Location: at the Anjali Room, 280 Main St. Wasilla
- Grades: Open to grades 7th – 12th
- Cost: FREE
WELCOME TO MSCS CLUB 100!
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US-
- 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!
HOW IT WORKS-
You can track your miles through one or any combination of activities ie: running, skiing, hiking etc. Turn in your mile log via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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
GOT KNITTING SKILLS? WANT KNITTING SKILLS?
Mat Su Central is proud to offer FREE knitting lessons to our students in grades 6-12!
- Location: Project Room
- Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM
- Dates: Wednesdays
Yarn and needles provided, or bring your own.
All levels are welcome, even if you have never knitted before.
Questions? Contact Mrs. Haynes at 352-1353
N. VALENCIA Writing
This is a writing group which meets weekly to work with writers, discuss writing and the written word, offer writing assistance, or just get together with those who write and like written expression.
Room: North Roost
Grade Levels: 4-12
BEGINNER CHESS CLUB
The Beginner Chess Club sessions are for 3rd through 5th grade students. Younger students are welcome with parent supervision
- Dates: Tuesdays, December 6 – March 21
Time: 12:30 – 2 PM
Location: South Roost- Dec. 6, 13, 20 . Starting on Jan 17th we will meet in the Project Room for the rest club.
Instructor: Mr. Alex Basargin
INTERMEDIATE CHESS CLUB
The Intermediate Chess Club sessions are for 6th through 12th grade students.
- Dates: Thursdays, December 8th – March 23rd
Time: 12:30 – 2 PM
Location: South Roost- Dec. 8,15, 22. Starting on Jan 19th we will meet in the Project Room for the rest club.
Instructor: Mr. Alex Basargin
If you have questions, please contact Mr. Basargin at 352-7468 or email email@example.com.
600 E. Railroad Ave., Suite #6
Wasilla, AK 99654
Ph: 907.352.7450 • Fax: 907.352.7480
Office Hours: 8am-4pm, M-Th 8am-3:30pm, Fri
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