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A Message from MI Principal Eric Messer


Happy summer!  It takes a while for me to get used to the building being so quiet.  For my 6th graders, I wish them the best of luck at the middle school.  They have been a great group of students the past two years.  I hope they continue to live out Comet Culture and own the moment.  I will miss not seeing them at school, but I am excited to see them continue to grow and be their best at the middle school and high school.  They have a tremendous future and parents, time will go fast so enjoy it.  For my 5th graders, I look forward to them returning to MI as the leaders and role models for others to follow.  We will continue to build upon this year and make the 2024-2025 school year even better.  

I have linked the MI Year in Pictures.  These are the slides that were on the TV when you entered.  Enjoy!

Mr. Messer’s “Dad” joke of the week:

What do you get when you combine an elephant with a fish?        Swimming trunks

Why can’t basketball players go on vacation? Because they would get called for traveling

Parenting Today’s Child - Mental Wellness:

Have a safe, healthy & enjoyable summer! We look forward to seeing our Comet students & families back in August! Click HERE for fun and exciting summer activities going on in the area for the whole family to enjoy.

If you want more information on mental health and wellness or want to connect to mental health resources, check out the Resources for Mason Families page.

Special Section Update

Community Activities
We've worked to compile a list of academic, arts, and sports activities provided by non-profit organizations and school groups. The activities are organized by registration or tryout seasons in the summer, fall, winter, and spring. If you have an activity to include, please email 

Crisis Resources over Summer Break
If you have an emergency call 911, otherwise use the resources below:

Crisis Text Line (Warren County) Text “4Hope” to 741 741
  • No cost (standard rates apply) 24/7 crisis counselors provided anywhere in the U.S.
Warren County Mobile Response & Stabilization Services  Crisis Hotline (877) 695-6333
  • Trauma Informed mobile response for youth (0-21)
Warren County Crisis Hotline (877) 695-6333
  • A trained professional is available 24/7 365 days to answer your call and talk with you

Food Resources over Summer Break

  • Mason Food Pantry - once a month

Grace Chapel 
406 4th Avenue Mason, Ohio 45040

  • St. Susanna’s/Schuh Center - once a month

500 Reading Rd Mason, Ohio 45040
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays -9-11 am

  • South Lebanon Community Center - this summer from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

83 N. Section Street, South Lebanon, OH 45065
FREE meals. No registration required. Come Enjoy a Nutritious Meal!
Monday, June 3rd through Wednesday July 17th 
(Free Meals served Monday and Wednesday ONLY)
Monday, July 22nd through and including Friday, July 26th 
(Free Meals served DAILY ; Monday thru Friday)

Kings Local School District, in partnership with South Lebanon Community Center/Joshua’s Place Community Outreach Organization, is participating in a Summer Meal Program. The program will provide FREE meals to ALL children between 1 and 18 years of age. Youth ages 19-21 with a mental or  physical disability and who participate during the school year in a public or private nonprofit school program are also eligible to receive.

Summer Chromebook Repair

Over the summer, our IT department will be busy refreshing our graduating seniors’ devices, so they can be issued to next year’s third graders. Therefore, we will pause Chromebook repairs until August 1. Starting August 1, if your child’s Chromebook needs to be repaired, you can email to coordinate a time to drop it off. Otherwise, when your child returns to school, we can provide a loaner device while we repair their Chromebook.

Need a Backpack next school year?
Each year, the Mason Schools Foundation provides a backpack and school supplies to each Mason student whose family needs help. If you are in need of a backpack/supplies for your child for 24-25, please email and we will ensure your family is ready for back to school, and that their supplies and backpack are available to pick up during Family Welcome Days (School Orientations.) 

Moving or changing schools next year?
If your child will not be returning to Mason City Schools next school year, please let us know by completing the required withdrawal forms before May 30th. 
K-8 Student: Complete the K-8 Grade Student Withdrawal Form
9-12 Student: Complete the 9-12 Grade Student Withdrawal Form
  1. Return the completed withdrawal form to MI. You may email the form to:  MI (grades 5-6):
  2. MCS property, including Chromebooks and Chromebook accessories, should be returned at your child's school. 

You will receive email confirmation once all documents are verified. 

Mason 3-6 PTO Update

Thank you to all ME and MI families for supporting the Mason 3-6 PTO this school year. Wishing you a relaxing and fun summer! 

Join Kroger Rewards 
Did you know you can support the Mason 3-6 PTO every time you shop at Kroger.  Click HERE to learn how to choose our PTO for your Kroger donations.  

Stay in the know about PTO...visit our social media pages:

Mason Moment(s):

he 6th Grade Celebration was one of the highlights of the school year.  Students enjoyed hanging out with friends, dancing to music, playing on the inflatables, eating cherry or blueberry frozen ice, getting water dumped on them and being outside on a beautiful day.  Thank you to our PTO for sponsoring this Mason Moment for our 6th graders and thank you to all the volunteers that were there to make the day possible!  

Upcoming Events:

Happy Summer!

Start of School:
  • MI Family Welcome Day (Orientation): Monday, August 12, 2024
  • MECC, ME, MMS & MHS Family Welcome Day (Orientation): Tuesday, August 13, 2024
  • Last name A-L 1st Day of School: Thursday, August 15, 2024
  • Last name M-Z 1st Day of School: Friday, August 16, 2024


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