Mon, 10/23/2017 - 4:51pm

The offical site of Mason High School


Valentines Day is Comming

Love’s in the air and what’s better to do for your valentine then buy them a beautiful rose.
From February 2nd through the 6th you can buy that special someone a gift that they can treasure. Valentine’s Day is around the corner and if you haven’t got a present for them, buy them a rose.
They will be selling them at your lunch period; you can buy one rose for $3 and a dozen roses (12) for $20. 
If you want to put a smile on someone’s face, get them a red rose or more than one.

MHS Student Learning

There’s a shift in conversation in Mason City Schools. The district is reinvesting some of the savings it has realized through cost reductions and doing business differently into supporting teachers with the necessary resources and skills to create learning environments for today’s --andtomorrow’s-- learners.
On December 16, Jonathan Cooper, Mason City Schools Innovative Learning Officer, gave an update to the Board of Education. 
Watch the Innovative Learning video.

William Mason Marching Band Places Second at Super Regionals

This weekend, the William Mason Marching Band traveled to Atlanta, Georgia for the Bands Of America Super Regional, placing in second.
This competition encompasses southeastern states going to gauge of their skills in a professional setting. The marching band has prepared laboriously for this and this has been the pay off, according to Katie Hermann, a senior in the marching band. A lot of time has been put into their performance, however, this was not something that they expected to occur.

8th Grade Tours

October 6, 2014- The step from middle school to high school is a big step for anyone.
At MHS the SIBS have created a way to smooth that transition for the middle school students. The SIBS have created tours to bring the 8th graders around MHS to see where they will be going to school for the next four years.

MHS Canned Food Drive

Occuring during the week of Octorber 20th-24th. SIBS will be collecting cans and donations when they visit your second bell daily throughout the week.
October 13, 2014- It is time again in Mason High School for the canned food drive.
The Mason Food Pantry asks the Mason Community to come together to donate canned food to feed the less fortunate members of our neighborhood. According to Jeff Schlaeger, the administrators of the canned food drive, this one week brings our district together.

MHS Red Ribbon Week

October 3, 2014 - Red Ribbon Week has been a tradition at Mason as long as anyone can remember. This year the Student Peace Council has taken over the responsibilities of this time honored tradition.
Sophomore Chinmay Bakshi is the student who brought the Student Peace Council idea to Spanish. The idea for this club came to him when he realized the stature of the drug and alcohol problem in schools all over Ohio.
They have ideas planned out for the week but don’t want to share and ruin the surprise.

Homecoming Parade

Mason Homecoming Parade 2014
September 25, 2014- People say that you bleed green and white while at Mason. But the tradition lives on at Mason High School. In honor of that tradition living on senior, Jenelle Lee has decided to create a homecoming parade in honor of the alumni coming back to Mason.
“It’s a giant welcome to the alumni,” Lee said. “People who graduated Mason in years past came back to Mason and the parade it just a way to kick off homecoming weekend.”