Instead of reporting to school on Personal Learning Days, students will choose or design their own learning experiences. Personal Learning Days empower students to pursue learning that inspires, engages, or connects with their interests and goals. The District will provide a framework and a variety of learning opportunities, and families and students will have a choice in how they accomplish those learning objectives. This is a student/family/community learning opportunity, and there will be time to collect and celebrate the learning.
Cancer Free Kids’ “Live for Liz” Event
William Mason High School is proud to host an event for Cancer Free Kids, an organization that works to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded.
Comets Care: “Pink Out”Friday, January 20, 7:30 p.m.
William Mason High School is proud to host an event for Comets Care, a foundation that supports local Mason families struggling with illnesses and medical adversities.
About William Mason High School’s “Pink Out” Event
Here’s how Mason City Schools Superintendent Dr. Gail Kist-Kline makes the decision to have school, delay or close.
The decision process starts early. School officials monitor multiple forecasting tools, travel the roads, and check the actual conditions. The City of Mason and Deerfield Township provide great service in clearing and maintaining our community’s streets.
The perfect scenario is when six inches of snow is on the ground and the weather is obvious. However, many times the decision requires judging multiple factors.
Finish the semester strong
Study the finals as they are the last grade of the semester
Winter Break is the following:
Thursday, Dec 22, 2016 - Tuesday, Jan 3, 2017