Vocational Rehabilitation Services Available
Anyone 16 years of age or over with a physical or emotional impairment which creates a substantial impediment to employment and will require multiple Vocational Rehabilitation services over an extended period of time is encouraged to contact Susan Faber, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, serving Mason City High School. Phone 641-422-1548 to schedule an appointment to learn more about these services. Examples of diagnoses are asthma, diabetes, cognitive impairments, learning disabilities, neurologic, hearing, speech, orthopaedic, psychiatric, and epilepsy. Examples of services are guidance and counseling, possible training assistance, possible tuition assistance in an approved rehabilitation training program, possible assistance with prosthetic devices, job placement assistance.
Did Your Family Get New Technology This Holiday Season?
If your student or family received new technology this season, (maybe a smartphone, tablet, or laptop) remember to visit the Student Portal links on the bottom left of the district's home page for some great educational websites and apps.
Harding 2nd Graders Have a New "Hangout"
If you are looking for 2nd graders from Mrs. Zweibohmer or Mrs. Kvigne's class, they may be in their new hangout in the Harding IC, and yes, they are hanging out with students from Dallas Center Grimes, and working on projects together.
A "First" for some of our PK students
Jefferson early childhood and preschool students traveled on the big yellow bus to share holiday songs and decorations for the tree at the Administration building.
For some of our students this was their first ride on a bus. Over 50 students from Karen Knudson's and Emily Younke's classrooms made decorations and then adorned the Administration Building Tree.
The little things are what bring us joy at the holidays and joy as educators.
Teaming up to save energy and lower costs
As part of the construction and renovation project at John Adams Middle School and Mason City High School, the district 'teamed up' with Alliant Energy's Iowa utility to install energy efficient equipment at this complex. The district received a rebate in the amount of $204,679. Click here to view the media release from Alliant Energy about the Commercial New Construction Program that made this possible.
- Mohawk Bakery Friday Mornings at MCHS
- 2013 Iowa All-State Music Audition Results
- New Attendance Reporting Process for Families
- Parents Please Update Communication Preference
- Early Dismissals/Cancellations/Late Starts
- Talented and Gifted Program
- School Portrait Information
- 2013-2014 Mason City Community School District Supply Lists
- Professional Learning Model/Data Teams
- Public Notice - Level I Investigators