Urbe scholis mi Cicero Genus,
Ohioans sunt sequentes normae publici magistratus atque salutem moratur in domum suam – aequandi, quae curvae. Staying home is saving lives, but it is also hurting our economy. We recognize that remote learning and closing schools are necessary, but they aren’t a long-term strategy. Mason City Schools buildings will most likely not reopen in May. But when we DO reopen, we will be ready to do so safely.
custodibus hoc video of Superintendent Jonathan Cooper sharing that we miss you, how we will keep students and staff safe when the day comes that our buildings reopen, and ways we hope to honor the Class of 2020.
Responsiones suas infra communem et publicum de quaestionibus.
Will the Class of 2020 still get to have graduation?
Everything we are hearing about large group gatherings helps us recognize that this year’s graduation ceremony for the 880 members of the Class of 2020 will look very different from past graduations that were held at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. Our High School administration is developing a plan and location based on our seniors and Class of 2020 families’ feedback that will be safe and special.
I have new neighbors. How do they register for school with the buildings closed?
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, our registration procedures have changed. The Central Registration Office is currently closed for all in-person appointments. We are continuing to enroll students for the 2019-2020 schola anno, and incoming kindergartners for 2020-2021. Families should complete registration packets and email them to [email protected] or mail to
Mason Central Office
211 N. East Street
Cicero, O 45040
Is the meal program only for families on free and reduced lunch?
We want to help any family who needs it! Families do not need to qualify for free and reduced lunch to pick up breakfasts and lunches. Pick up two breakfasts and two lunches on Mondays, and three breakfasts and three lunches on Wednesdays. Children do not need to be present in the car to receive free meals.
– Mason Intermediate/Elementary School – 11:30AM-1:00PM EST
– St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store Parking Lot – 11:30AM-12:30PM EST
– Western Row School – 11:30AM-12:30PM EST
Quomodo enim nostram civitatem?
Local Businesses – Pay It Forward: Hoc est valde crucial tempus negotiis nostris locorum. The MADE CDC (Mason Deerfield Chamber Community Development Corporation, a Non-For-Profit Organization) has launched http://payitforwardmade.com to support our Mason and Deerfield small businesses. If one of our amazing local small businesses has impacted your life in a positive way, consider donating to the cause. No dollar amount is too small. Let’s pay it forward to our small business community – one dollar at a time!
Song MHS proelium provocare
Lets propagationem quidam spiritus Cicero! Faciendo artes alumni in grades, Alumni, et membrum, qui morantur intra portas civitatis advectus vocatusque in ludens quod in Curriculum Cicero Cicero William pugna carmen High School! Nunc quia non possumus omnes, nos invitare omnes ludere instrumentum tuum (vocalis comprehendo vestri tabs!) or the recording from your porch TONIGHT, April 17th, apud 5 PM EST! Summa musicae, et magnetophonicae, praesto es ad www.masonbands.com. Videos et pictures ut hic ad participes a Spiritu tuo Cicero Song MHS proelium provocare Vicis Facebook page!
Shine Bright Class of 2020
Ohio high school spring sports seasons aren’t happening because of the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday, April 20th at 8:20PM EST, our stadium lights will shine bright to honor the William Mason High School Class of 2020 Spring Athletes. Please consider turning on your porch lights to honor these special seniors – who surely shine bright!
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Have a happy and healthy weekend.