4.8.20 MCS COVID-19 Hloov Tshiab

Nyob Zoo Mason City Tsev Neeg Cov Tsev Neeg,

Kev kawm hauv tej thaj chaw deb yog qhov tshiab rau peb txhua tus. As we all adjust and adapt to our new way of “doing school”, your teachers and principals welcome your feedback about ways that we can support your child.

Saib daim video no of Superintendent Jonathan Cooper sharing ways families can access mental health support while buildings are closed.

As of today at 2pm, Tsis muaj cov ntaub ntawv pom zoo hais txog COVID-19 hauv Mason City Cov Tsev Kawm Ntawv, thiab 5,148 cov xwm txheej uas pom tseeb hauv Ohio. Hauv qab no yog cov lus teb rau cov lus nug uas nquag los ntawm peb tsev neeg thiab cov pej xeem.

Now that we know we won’t be back in school until at least May, what is Mason’s plan to let students pick up items from their lockers?

During the weeks of April 13 and April 20, Mason High Tsev Kawm Ntawv, Mason Middle School and Mason Intermediate School will have opportunities for families to retrieve items that have been left in lockers that are needed for remote learning experiences. In order to maintain social distancing requirements, families will be asked to remain in cars, and your child’s items will be placed in your vehicle’s trunk. MHS Principal Bobby Dodd, MMS Principal Lauren Gentene and MI Principal Eric Messer will share your school’s specific plans by Friday.

We understand that some of our MECC and Mason Elementary School students may have left items in their classrooms, or in other parts of the building. At this time, we are not able to reunite students with items from their classes. We will continue to work with our public health partners, and will let you know when we have determined a plan that allows for a more wide-spread pick up of items.

My child’s Chromebook isn’t working. What do we do?

First, email [email protected] and we’ll try to fix it virtually.

If we aren’t able to fix it:

  • Print out this sheet or hand write a description of the issue on a sheet of paper.
  • Slide this sheet inside of the Chromebook (between screen and keyboard)
  • Come to Mason Elementary (6307 Mason Montgomery Rd) between 8AM-10AM or 12PM-2PM (M-F) to swap it out.

My child misses getting to ride the bus. Anyway a school bus can come by?

During this time when buildings are closed, we know that some Comets are missing seeing their bus drivers and riding the bus. Also we have Comets marking special birthday milestones without their friends or extended family. To help make our Comets days a little more special during this time of social distancing, our Mason City Schools Transportation Department will be glad to pay your Comet a special visit with the Comet Connector Bus

Use daim foos no to sign up to have the Comet Connector Bus come to your home and celebrate YOUR Comet!

Peb tuaj yeem pab txhawb peb lub zej zog li cas?
#CometCarryout: Nov yog lub sijhawm tseem ceeb heev rau peb cov kev lag luam hauv zos, tshwj xeeb cov uas tos txais qhua. Xav txog kev txhawb nqa peb cov lag luam hauv zos ntawm cov npe no.

Koom nrog hauv Chamber's MADE kom Noj Takeout Blitz thiab pom tias muaj pes tsawg lub khw noj mov hauv koj lub zos. Txuas ntxiv, muab pub rau Yausuas Qhov chaw thiab xaiv “Nqes pob tawb nqa khoom” thiab koj tuaj yeem foom koob hmoov rau tsev neeg xav tau kev noj mov los ntawm ib qho ntawm peb cov kev lag luam hauv zos.

Comets Chalk Your Walk: As families are coming up with things to do that are free or budget friendly while maintaining safe social distancing, we’re sponsoring a Comets Chalk Your Walk Challenge. We invite you to create bright, positive messages in driveways and on sidewalks throughout our commUNITY. Submit your pictures on this Facebook Event or by emailing [email protected].


Saib cov hloov tshiab dhau los.


Thank you for all you are doing to be #CometStrong!

Ua tsaug,

Tracey Carson
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