MCS District to Host Facebook LIVE Convo

Mason City School District to Host Facebook LIVE CommUNITY Convo about March 17 Levy
Posted on 01/26/2020
The Mason City School District encourages community members to tune into a lunchtime Facebook Live CommUNITY Conversation about the March 17 operating levy - including what's at stake if it passes or fails. It has been 15 years since Mason City Schools voters passed an operating levy. This levy doesn’t add new people or programs. It keeps what we have.

WHEN/WHERE: 
Facebook LIVE: Join on Tuesday, February 11, from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Facebook: @masonohschools

WHY: There's a lot at stake for the Mason Schools community.  Join Mason City Schools Superintendent Jonathan Cooper, Treasurer Shaun Bevan, and your neighbors in discussing why Mason is on the ballot, and what happens if the levy passes or fails. 

WHAT IS A CommUNITY Conversation?
A community conversation is about connecting our community. Last year, Superintendent Cooper was invited into over 70 neighbors' homes to get input about the district's priorities and direction. If you are interested in hosting your own CommUNITY Conversation, invite ten or more people into your home, business or favorite spot, and Cooper will share Mason City Schools' story and answer questions about the district, finances, and upcoming levy. Email CommunityConvo@masonohioschools.com or call (513) 398-0474, ext. 24004 with the best dates and times.
 
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The Mason City School District educates over 10,000 students in five schools in four buildings: the Mason Early Childhood Center (PK-2), Mason Elementary School (3-4), Mason Intermediate School (5-6), Mason Middle School (7-8) and Mason High School (9-12). As a high-performing destination district that delivers value, Mason students access high-quality instruction, are exposed to a multitude of cultures and languages, and are prepared to serve and shape their community.

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