Early Dismissal for Students - Monday, October 27, 2014
Students will be dismissed early from classes on Monday, October 27. This is the end of the quarter for students 7-12 and parent-teacher conferences for students K-6. There will be no school for PK students. Listed here are the dismissal times for the various buildings:
|Lincoln Intermediate||-||12:00 p.m.|
|John Adams Middle School||-||12:50 p.m.|
|Mason City High School||-||12:45 p.m.|
|Alternative High School||-||12:20 p.m.|
Below is a chart of the Busing Schedule for this early dismissal:
|Regular Time||Early Time|
|1:30 PM||=||10:45 AM|
|2:00 PM||=||11:15 AM|
|2:30 PM||=||11:45 AM|
|2:45 PM||=||12:00 PM|
|2:55 PM||=||12:10 PM|
|3:15 PM||=||12:30 PM|
|3:30 PM||=||12:45 PM|
|3:40 PM||=||12:55 PM|
|3:45 PM||=||1:00 PM|
K-6 Conference Sign-Up Available
Parent-Teacher Conferences for K-6 students will be held:
Monday, October 27 from 1-7:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 30 from 4-7:30 p.m.
What to do once you have accessed the link: Locate the building your student attends and click the name of your student's teacher to view the available times for both conference dates. Please sign-up for one 15 minute conference time per student. Families with more than one student will have to repeat the process to sign-up for conference times with the appropriate teacher.
Parents/Guardians without internet access, or those needing assistance, please call your student's school building directly.
Public Notice - School In Need of Assistance Designation Notification
Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
In August of 2014, parents of students attending Harding Elementary and Roosevelt Elementary were notified of the schools' designation as a "School in Need of Assistance," or SINA, under federal guidelines due to a portion of our students not reaching proficiency goals on the Iowa Assessments for at least two consecutive years. As a result, our district is required by law to offer the opportunity for supplemental educational services, such as tutoring to eligible students attending those schools. The district is not required to provide transportation to off-site supplemental educational service locations. Transportation to these sites will be the responsibility of the parent.
Robotics Club Volunteers Needed!
Mason City Community School District is looking for volunteers who would like to work with students in grades 5-8 as they create a competition robot over the course of six weeks. For more information, please contact Tom Novotney, Lincoln Intermediate Principal, at 641-421-4423.
Now Available - October Issue of Each and Every Child Newsletter - A Department of Education Publication
The October Newsletter is now available. The Department of Education provides a monthly publication, Each and Every Child. This newsletter can be found on the Department of Education website at https://www.educateiowa.gov/each-and-every-child-newsletter. In the October 2014 issue, the results from the 2014 Special Education beliefs survey are shared and examined.
- New Website Feature - THE VIRTUAL BACKPACK
- Vocational Rehabilitation Services Available
- School Portrait Information
- Administrative/Supervisory District Organizational Charts
- Mohawk Interim Head Football Coach Announced
- Century Club Fund Drive - Mohawk Booster Club
- Summer Math to Stimulate Your Child's Mind
- Financial Information - Board of Education Meeting - June 12, 2014
- Class of 2015 - Call for Yearbook Photos
- 2014-2015 Calendar