4.3.20 MCS COVID-19 Hana

ʻO Nā ʻohana Kula ʻAmelika aloha,

Mahalo nui mākou i kou ahonui a me ko mākou kuhi ʻana a ʻoiai mākou e noho nei i loko o kā mākou ʻike moʻomeheu mamao. Inā ʻaʻole ʻoe i ʻimi i kā mākou hoʻolaʻa COVID-19 website, we encourage you to do so.

E nānā kēia wikiō of Superintendent Jonathan Cooper sharing ways our Comet CommUNITY is coming together!

E like me ka lā 2pm, ʻaʻohe mau hihia i hōʻoia ʻia o COVID-19 ma nā Kula Kula ʻo Mason, a 2,902 ua hōʻoia ʻia i nā hihia ma Ohio. Below are responses to common questions from our families and the public.

What types of learning assignments should I expect as we enter the next phase of Remote Learning on Monday?

The majority of our learning will be asynchronous so that students can engage at a time that is convenient to the family’s schedule.

If your child is in grades PK-6:

E hoʻopili nā kumu i ke aʻo ʻana mai nā ʻike a pau. Learning plans will include a mix of introducing new content and allowing students time to practice and reinforce what has been introduced.

ʻAʻole pono nā haumāna i mua o kahi hāmeʻa no kā lākou manawa aʻo a pau. E hoʻopili nā hoʻolālā aʻo i kahi hui o nā ʻike e koi ai i ka ʻenehana ʻaʻole koi i ka ʻenehana. E hoʻolōʻihi ka manawa o nā haumāna i ka heluhelu ʻana, kākau, a i ʻole ka hoʻoponopono ʻana i nā pilikia makemakika mai kahi pale.

Kumu āpana kūikawā (e like me ka hale hoʻoikaika kino, mele, a me nā mea noʻeau) will each share one lesson a week for students to engage in.

Aia kāu keiki i nā helu 7-12:

E loaʻa i nā haumāna nā hoʻolālā aʻo hebedoma mai kā lākou mau kumu no nā papa āpau a lākou i hoʻopaʻa inoa ʻia ai ma MMS a i ʻole MHS. E hoʻonohonoho ʻia nā hoʻolālā aʻo i kēlā me kēia pule i hiki i nā haumāna ke hana me ke aʻo ʻana i ke ʻano e kūpono loa i kā lākou papa kuhikuhi a me nā makemake aʻo. Makemake paha kekahi mau haumāna e hui pū me kēlā me kēia papa i kēlā me kēia lā a makemake paha kekahi i ka nānā ʻana 1-2 papa ma ka lā.

E hoʻohana nā hoʻolālā aʻo i nā ʻano hana like ʻole e hoʻokomo i nā haumāna i ke aʻo ʻana i nā ʻike hou a me nā mākau. E hoʻopili nā hoʻolālā aʻo i kahi hui o nā ʻike e koi ai i ka ʻenehana ʻaʻole koi i ka ʻenehana.

Learning plans will primarily ask students to utilize tools and resources they are familiar with and have used throughout this year. Inā makemake kahi haumāna i ke kākoʻo hou a i ʻole ke alakaʻi me kekahi ʻano o ka hoʻolālā aʻo, they are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the Comet Connect Time (see below) and/or email their teacher.

If your student receives core academic instruction in a specialized classroom

E hoʻopili aku kāu loea loiloi iā ʻoe e hoʻomohala i nā hoʻolālā pākahi no ka hāʻawi haʻawina.

How long will my child be expected to spend focused on learning activities each day?

Ma ka hoʻomaopopo ʻana i ka nui o nā ʻohana e ʻākeʻakeʻa nei i nā kuleana he nui ma ka home a i ka wā o ke kula maʻamau he manawa aʻo ʻole kā nā haumāna (o kahi laʻana, i ka ʻaina awakea, hoʻololi i waena o nā papa, a i ʻole ka hoʻomaha ʻana), ko mākou mea e manaʻo ai e lilo nā haumāna i ka liʻiliʻi ma mua o ka lā kula piha e hana nui nei i nā hana aʻo. ʻO ka lōʻihi o ka lōʻihi o ka hoʻopaʻa ʻana o nā haumāna i nā hana aʻo e loli ana i kā lākou holo aʻo.

Inā ʻike ʻoe ua kaumaha loa kāu haumāna a lohi loa nā hana aʻo a i mākaukau paha kāu haumāna no nā hana aʻo lōʻihi, please reach out to your teacher.

Pehea wau e loaʻa ai ka hoʻihoʻi kālā no nā hana, nā hanana a i ʻole nā ​​huakaʻi i hoʻopau ʻia i kēia manawa?

Ke hoʻopuka nei mākou i nā uku no nā hana a me nā huakaʻi kahua i hoʻonohonoho ʻia i ʻApelila akā ua hoʻopau ʻia i kēia manawa. Inā he mau nīnau kāu e pili ana i kahi hana a huakaʻi paha, please reach out to your school principal.

What is Mason’s ongoing plan to support families facing food insecurity?

Mason City Schools Child Nutrition Department serves meals on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30AM-1:00 PM at Mason Intermediate School, 6307 Mason-Montgomery Road, a 11:30AM-12:30PM at St. Vincent DePaul, 1065 Reading Rd, and Western Row Elementary, 755 Western Row Road.

Please remain in your cars and meals will be distributed in adrive-upmanner. Student name and/or ID will be needed and you will be provided a display tag for your car to record that information. To limit contact, meals will be placed in the trunk of each vehicle.

If you are having a hard time getting to the pick up location, please call 513-336-6526 option 3 or email Molly Schmidt at [email protected]

We are so grateful for our community partnersComet Cupboard and Joshua’s Place who are providing additional food and personal care items to families in need. Families may pick up meal kits at Mason Intermediate on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30AM-1:00PM and Christ’s Church of Mason, 5165 Western Row Rd, from 5:00pm-7:00pm on Monday evenings.

We encourage you to support #CometCarryout if you are able to do so. Simply hāʻawi aku i kā Iosua wahi and choose “Comet Carryout” to bless a family in need with a meal from one of our local businesses.

Hiki paha ke koho balota i ke Koho Balota?

Last week, the Ohio General Assembly approved a plan that allows all Ohioans to continue voting by mail until April 28. Mai lilo i kāu koho a me kou leo! 

ʻO nā mea koho balota i hoʻopaʻa ʻole i ka balota i ke koho balota mua e hiki ke noi i kahi noi e koho balota ma o ka leka uila ʻana ma ke kāhea ʻana i ka Papa koho o Warren County ma 513-695-1358. Hiki i nā mea koho ke koho balota ma ka leka uila ma o ka hoʻoiho ʻana, hoopiha ana, paʻi, kau inoa, a me ka leka uila kā lākou noi i ko lakou Papa Elele kalana. Pono kāu balota i piha kālele ʻia e ka Pōʻakahi, Apelila 27

Ke loaʻa iā ʻoe kāu balota ma ka leka uila mai ka Papa koho, e hoʻokomo i ka leka uila hoʻihoʻi uku. Hiki ke hāʻawi ʻia i kāu balota i ka Papa koho balota o Warren County (520 Luna Hoʻokolokolo, Lepanona, OH 45036) a waiho ʻia i loko o ka pahu i loaʻa ma waho o ke keʻena ma hope o ka 7:30pm ma ʻApelila 28.  

Pehea e hiki ai iā mākou ke kākoʻo i kā mākou hoʻokumu?
Shop for Senior Citizens: The Coronavirus crisis is affecting almost everyone’s routines, transportation, and way of life. This means that the usual social support and contacts older adults have with others may be diminished. For homebound seniors without support networks, this can be devastating. For some, the ability to even get to the grocery store for basic food items has been completely disrupted. In response, United Way of Warren County Volunteer Resource Center in partnership with Warren County Community Services, Inc. is recruiting volunteers willing to shop for 60 identified low-income and at-risk senior citizens in our community for the most basic and sustainable items. Sign Up to Help!

Unite with Light for Healthcare Professionals: On Sunday, April 5th at 8PM, place a luminary or a simple candle outside your home as we unite with light. Let this offer support to the many doctors, nurses and medical professionals working to aid others through the COVID-19 outbreak. Let this allow our community to shine bright despite the circumstances!


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