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Remote Learning


Spring Benefit and Auction

Supporting MSA Family Businesses

During this time of social distancing and staying home, we would like to spotlight our MSA Family Businesses:

  • Alchemilla's

  • Arnold's  

  • Besto

  • Carolina Bauernhaus Brewery and Winery

  • Carson's Steakhouse

  • Raines on Main

  • Stowaway Storage

  • Tucker's 

Please let us know if you own a small business that you would like to include on our MSA Family Businesses list.  Email Jaime at jemery@msasc.org.

Summer Camp Opportunities

Join us for these exciting summer camp opportunities! Click here or on the preview images below to view the full-size PDF. 

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Remote Learning - Governor McMaster has announced that South Carolina schools will proceed with remote learning through the regular end of the school year.

Spring Benefit - This year's Spring Benefit has been postponed; more info to come.

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Soccer Shots

Soccer Shots is an in-school after school soccer program available to MSA students ages 3-9. See the following poster for more information and click here or on the image to view the MSA offerings, including summer camps, and enroll today!

Mileage Club

We are excited to start Mileage Club now that the weather has finally cooled off! Students are able to join throughout the year as we know they may already be involved in other activities. Click this link or the button below to view the Mileage Club sign-up form.

Plant Growth Experiment

In a cross-level STEAM activity, students in Lower Elementary looking to determine whether or not corn on the cob was alive planted a corn cob as an experiment to test their hypotheses. When, after a couple of weeks, the corn cob was covered in sprouts, the students wanted to test whether the sprouts were growing from the cob or the kernels. So, the students revised their experimental setup and involved Middle School students in the Technology Club in order to monitor the growth after planting a new corn cob. An eighth grade student set up a Raspberry Pi computer and camera to record an image of the growth every fifteen minutes for twenty days, and those images were combined to create this video:

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