Students looking for a sport should check out Mason High School's Ultimate Frisbee team. The sport combines elements from soccer and football to create a fast-paced and team-emphasized game. The club still welcomes new members to join by attending any of their practices on every Wednesday: 2-4 on prime time days and 3-5 on regular days. They typically meet at Corwin Nixon, but to learn more information, check out their Edline page in the Activities and Clubs section or the student activities room located in Z2.
Key Club, the largest and oldest service program in MHS, is back. Key Club organizes high school students to assist their local community through environmental cleanup, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. The first meeting was on September 1st, but they’re always looking for more members. If you’re interested, meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. To learn more about Key Club, visit their Edline page in the Activities and Club section.
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College Fair is coming to Mason this year on September 14th. This year College Fair is hosting a variety of schools from around the nation in order to cater to every student's interests. The schools will have information about the admission processes, athletics, daily lifestyle on campus, and much more. Students last year were able to figure out information they never knew, while also getting in contact with official admission officers from schools. In order to find more information on your future college come visit the College Fair.
On June 26, Mason City Schools Superintendent Dr. Gail Kist-Kline announced that she will recommend that the Board of Education appoint Dave Hyatt as the Interim Principal of Mason High School for the 2015-2016 school year.
“With a compressed search timeline, we needed to invest more time in involving stakeholders in this process. Consequently, I am very grateful that Mr. Hyatt graciously accepted stepping up to lead an extraordinary school for the next year,” said Dr. Kist-Kline.
The 2015 graduation ceremony will take place at the Cintas Center on the campus of Xavier University on Sunday May 24, 2015. Graduation rehersal - seniors will meet in the small commons at 7:00 a.m. to board busses to go to the cintas center, if your permission slip hasnt been turned in, you will not be allowed to ride the bus to the rehearsal.
Monday, May 18th Tuesday, May 19th Wednesday, May 20th
Wouldn't you like a chance to win the closest parking spot at school? I sure would! Imagine how much gas you would save, or how much more sleep you could get. It's pretty simple to enter for a chance at the B9 parking spot (located outside B pod), all you have to do is transact at Comet Savings & Loan for your chance for a more successful life and more sleep! Happy Banking!
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The Mason High School newspaper, The Chronicle, received the prestigious merit of
placing as a 2013-2014 top-rated gold medalist for the Columbia Scholastic Press