Mason City Schools Seeks New Treasurer

Mason City Schools Seeks New Treasurer
Posted on 07/26/2017

A search is underway to find the Mason City School District’s next chief financial officer.

On August 8, the Mason City Schools Board of Education anticipates accepting the resignation of Treasurer Ronda Johnson, who was hired for the same position by Wyoming City Schools. Johnson has served as Mason’s treasurer since 2014.

“Ronda has done an outstanding job for Mason and we’re very disappointed to see her go,” School Board President Matt Steele said. “Hiring the district’s superintendent and treasurer are the two most important jobs of a Board of Education. Our Board is committed to finding a proactive and innovative leader with deep financial acumen who is excited to join a high-performing, financially stable district blessed with terrific staff and invested parents and community members.”

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About Mason City Schools
The Mason City School District is one of the Midwest's best public school districts. Our students perform at the highest academic standards, are exposed to a multitude of cultures and languages, and are inspired to understand and cultivate their roles in the larger world. The Mason City School District serves a vibrant, mostly college-educated community in southwest Ohio - 22 miles northeast of Cincinnati and 30 miles south of Dayton. The 25 square mile suburban district is a destination for families desiring nationally ranked schools and culturally diverse neighbors. Mason residents deeply value education, and hold high expectations for our community’s children and schools. Their expectations are reflected in the school district’s commitment to provide a “consistently great” education for each student through highly qualified and dedicated educators, rigorous and relevant academics, and excellent enrichment opportunities.

Mason City Schools educate approximately 10,700 students in an early childhood center,(pre-k, k, 1, 2) one elementary school (2-3), an intermediate school (4-6), a middle school (7-8) and high school (9-12).

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