Eligibility, selection priority, and a registration survey for eligible parents is available. View full story for more information, including links to the enrollment survey and more. Please do not enroll preschool children through the iParent iEnroll process. If your child is selected, a Federal Programs preschool teacher will contact parents directly to initiate the preschool enrollment process.
"These are exciting times when we see what we can all do, we all pitch in together and have a vision," Gene Stone told reporter, Caitlin Skvorc. Photo credits:Mat-Su Borough
Furniture and Equipment Sales on July 11 and 12. Outdated Curricula and Used Library Books July 11-14. View Full Story to download a flyer for all details.
"With assistance from Zach Lanphier and Vonda Best," reports teacher, Tim Lundt, "20 students from Career & Technical High School spent 16 days in Belize and Guatemala." Students conducted research, completed 33 activities, presented findings to the class, and took a final essay--all to earn .5 credits in Ecology. (Submission from Tim Lundt). Read more...
Celebrating a combined total of 1,756 years of service, there's a reason why we say, "We are MSBSD!" Dr. Deena Paramo, outgoing Superintendent, said, "The reason is before us every day. Meeting the needs of almost 19,000 students are 2,300 dedicated, competent, and valuable employees. We wish you the best as you have given the District your best." Read more...
TMS 7th graders have made annual trips to Iditapark in Wasilla, beginning in 2006, working and contributing to make it a more family-friendly park. Jason Ross is TMS Principal. View story for before photo.
The MSBSD has two of the 11 showcase schools in the Flippen Group's National Showcase, Wasilla High School and Sherrod Elementary School. These schools are two of the pilot schools beginning the three-year District journey to building stronger relationships between adults and students in schools. Amy Spargo is WHS principal, and Dan Michael, Sherrod principal. Read more...
Tuesday, March 22, at 6 p.m., Redington Jr/Sr High School, a Meet and Greet with the Principal of Dena'ina Elem, Andrea Everett, scheduled to open next fall. Go Grizzles! Chosen by students and families, the school colors are maroon and black. View more, including a boundary map.
"What does it take to win an individual wrestling championship?" asked Dr. Paramo, to which CHS wrestler, Jordan Nero (speaking for the group) said, "Hard work and dedication." That became the mantra for the evening, celebrating over 150 students and staff. Read more...
A Personal Message from Mr. Stone…
My goals as the MSBSD Superintendent are to meet the School Board objectives for moving student achievement and learning forward for every student in the District. Dedicated and hard-working employees are in our schools, administrative departments, and each day, come to work focused on helping prepare all MSBSD students for success—in school and after graduation.
To read Mr. Stone's entire message Visit the Superintendent Bio.
6:00 PM School Board Meeting
7:45 AM School Opens for Grades 1‐12