Tue, 09/30/2014 - 12:08


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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.”

Hispanic Heritage Festival 2014

The Spanish National Honors Society is going to have spirit week September 22nd- September 26th.  It is a fun way of celebrating Hispanic Heritage month.  Every day there will be a different theme:
·         Monday: Soccer Jersey Day
·         Tuesday: Sombrero Day
·         Wednesday: Dora and Diego Day
·         Thursday: Speak in Spanish Day
·         Friday: Red and Yellow Day

Starting the Speech and Debate Season

September 11, 2014—The Speech and Debate season is underway. Starting on September 15th, new members will gain information for the season. As for returning members, September 22nd begins their season.
Melissa Donahue, one of the team’s advisors, is eager to begin.
“I feel like we are off to a great start,” Donahue said. “We have a wonderful group of officer and event leaders that are so organized. They know what they need to do from the start of the season.”

College Week

·         College Week:                   September 8 – 12th
·         Staff Attire (all week):   Favorite College Shirts/ Sweat Shirts
(Jeans approved Friday, 9/12 and College Visit Day Tues., 9/16)
·         Senior Meetings:        September 9
·         Junior Meetings:              September 11
·         College Visit Day:             September 16 (120-130 Colleges in Field House)
o   Seniors:                8:10-9:00 AM – 2nd Period
o   Juniors:                9:05-9:55 AM – 3rd Period

MHS Learning Commons

MHS Media Center Transformed into Learning Commons
There's no "shushing" here. Instead, the heart of Mason High School has a definitive buzz. Over the summer, Mason High School's Media Center was transformed into a Learning Commons. This isn't just a name change - it's an attitude adjustment.
The Learning Commons' vision came from a spirit of collaboration, and was completed re-purposing many items already in the media center.