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Close Parking (B9)

    Wouldn't you like a chance to win the closest parking spot at school? I sure would! Imagine how much gas you would save, or how much more sleep you could get. It's pretty simple to enter for a chance at the B9 parking spot (located outside B pod), all you have to do is transact at Comet Savings & Loan for your chance for a more successful life and more sleep! Happy Banking!

Prom

  Roberts Centre, Wilmington, Ohio (71N to US-68, Exit 50. Turn Left on US-68 and turn right at the intersection just past Wendy’s. Drive to the back of building to enter).

Nerf Madness

Nerf Madness hosted by NHS
Saturday, Feb 28. @ MHS
This is a new event similar to NERF Wars and all of the proceeds go directly to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society through our Pasta for Pennies campaign. Our prize basket for the winning team is comprised of a variety of sport/athletic related items.

MHS Talent Show

From juggling to singing; from backflips to hidden talents…
 
Talent is coming your way from William Mason High School!
 
Talented students around William Mason High School will be performing Friday, February 6th in the High School Auditorium
 
It’ll be starting at 5pm and tickets will be sold at lunches for $7 and $10 at the door.
 
Get ready for uncontrollable laughter and extraordinary performances!
 
We hope to see you there!

Valentines Day is Comming

Love’s in the air and what’s better to do for your valentine then buy them a beautiful rose.
 
From February 2nd through the 6th you can buy that special someone a gift that they can treasure. Valentine’s Day is around the corner and if you haven’t got a present for them, buy them a rose.
 
They will be selling them at your lunch period; you can buy one rose for $3 and a dozen roses (12) for $20. 
 
If you want to put a smile on someone’s face, get them a red rose or more than one.
 
 

MHS Student Learning

There’s a shift in conversation in Mason City Schools. The district is reinvesting some of the savings it has realized through cost reductions and doing business differently into supporting teachers with the necessary resources and skills to create learning environments for today’s --andtomorrow’s-- learners.
On December 16, Jonathan Cooper, Mason City Schools Innovative Learning Officer, gave an update to the Board of Education. 
Watch the Innovative Learning video.

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