Mason Central History
In November 2011, nearly 400 Comet faithful celebrated Mason Central's 100th birthday. Attendees were thrilled to open a time capsule from 1911, and placed new items in a time capsule located in the front of the Central Office, 211 North East, in the hopes that future generations will open it in 2111!
Enough can’t be said for the leaders of this community. school board members, superintendents, principals, teachers and all who have worked and volunteered here. We’ve come a long way from small school buildings and one-room schoolhouses. It seems to me some things never change. There is a history of pride in our schools, from the earliest days to the current multi-campuses.
Sherri Federle, Mason Historical Society & MHS Alumnae