Concert Choir Sweep at International Competition
The MCHS Concert Choir earned a complete sweep at the Chicago Heritage Music Festival this weekend, winning six trophies in all. MCHS Vocal Music was named Grand Champion, the Outstanding Choral Program, and received the highest score of the competition from a panel of three judges. They were also presented the Outstanding Soloist Award, as well as two Gold First Place ratings in both the Chamber Choir and Concert Choir categories.
Walking School Bus - Resumes March 31!
The spring session of the Walking School Bus will resume Monday, March 31 (weather permitting)! Routes will remain the same from the fall session, but NEW students and volunteers are welcome to join the fun this spring. Click here to find out what the walking school bus program is and how you can register for the program. Check out this cool video to learn more about the Walking School Bus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNiLQ6LF4Mo
Start your day the active way!
iJAG Students Investigate What It Means to "Be Orange"
Mason City Students Investigate Wartburg College to See If They Want To “Be Orange.”
On Tuesday March 11, 2014 Mason City students Mari Wilson, Ryan Rubash, Rachel Bonnichsen, and Ruiz Detrick invested a day of Spring Break to travel to Waverly, Iowa to visit and tour Wartburg College. Wilson, Bonnichsen, and Detrick are juniors, and Rubash is a senior. Click here to learn more about this great experience.
8th Graders Have Fun With "Seuss Tales"
On Wednesday, March 19, Mr. Wiedenheft's 8th grade Honors English students from John Adams Middle School visited Jefferson Elementary Kindergarten and 1st grade classes and shared "Seuss Tales" they had writing as an assignment for Honors English. Click here to read more about and view pictures from this assignment and event.
Read Across America 2014 Celebration
“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.”
45 million students, parents, and educators across America celebrated and honored Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday, March 3, 2014. In the Mason City Schools elementary buildings, they have a week-long celebration of imagination and reading. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss is very true here in Mason City.
- iJAG Students Have a Blast Doing Service Learning
- Parent Workshop Planned - Building Resilient Kids
- iJAG Students Lobby for $1M
- Go Ahead Make Their Day
- 2012-2013 Annual Report to the Communtiy
- Vocational Rehabilitation Services Available
- Did Your Family Get New Technology This Holiday Season?
- Harding 2nd Graders Have a New "Hangout"
- A "First" for some of our PK students
- Teaming up to save energy and lower costs