Kindergarten Registration is today for PPPS, Beale, and Leon. It continues next Friday at Ashton, New Haven, and Roosevelt. We are happy to welcome our Class of 2036 #MasonProud
Updated! Mason County Bus Routes not running March 17, 2023-Bus 203-Vickie Flora-Beale and PPHS and Bus 121-Dwayne Kelley-Ashton, Beale, and Hannan.
Reminder-Kindergarten Registration for Beale Elementary School, Leon Elementary School, and Point Pleasant Primary School is Friday March 17, 2023. Registration is at the schools except for PPPS registration which is at the Board of Education. See Flyer for additional details.
Mason County Bus Route not Running March 16, 2023. Bus 204 John Casey-Ashton and Hannan
Mason County Bus Route not running March 16, 2023 Bus 121-Dwayne Kelly-Ashton, Beale, and Hannan
Don Estep from the Department of Highways talked to seniors during a Job Fair they held today at the Mason County Career Center # MasonProud #CTE #DOH
Congratulations to Alexandria Johnson 4th grade from New Haven for being an alternate for the State Math Field Day and Levi Russell 6th grade from New Haven for being the closest in physical estimation at the Regional Math Field Day on Thursday at Marshall University #MasonProud
Mason County Bus Routes not running Monday March 13, 2023 Bus 205 - Jenny Newell - Ashton & HHS Bus 211 - Becky Porter - Ashton & Beale
Congratulations, Loryn Weaver!! Loryn will be representing Mason County Schools and Wahama High School in the West Virginia Archery in the Schools state tournament on March 25th. #MasonProud
Congratulations to the Wahama White Falcons!! #MasonPrpud
Mason County Regional Math Field Day Participants who took part in today's event at Marshall University #MasonProud
Students dug into National School Breakfast Week today with a BERRY good parfait. Fun Food Fact: Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring.
Good luck to our students at the Region 2 Math Field Day tomorrow March 9, 2023 at Marshall University. Our students will be wearing a Mason County School T-shirt designed by Sydney Fetty, a graphic design student from Mason County Career Center #MasonProud
March 5-11, 2023, is National School Social Work Week. The theme for National School Social Work Week 2023 is “We Rise.” Mason County Schools wants to recognize and thank our Social Workers-David Bowers, Nick Wamsley, Angela Thomas, Cassi Rhodes, and Chelsea Zuspan #MasonProud #WeRise2023 #SSWWeek2023
Congratulations to our State Science Fair Winners 1st Place-Addison Burt and Keira Tatterson 2nd Place-Lucas Stewart and Jamey Pearson 2nd Place-Gabrielle Jefferson, JW Adkins, and Chaz Tilka 2nd Place-Celena Brown 3rd Place-Savannah Decker and Payton Barnitz 3rd Place-Makenna Hull 3rd Place-Cooper Withrow and Addison Withrow #MasonProud
National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) is a weeklong celebration from March 6–10 of the federal School Breakfast Program, which provides students with a nutritious meal to start their school day. We “fast” for seven or more hours a night when we sleep and breakfast literally means to “break the fast.” It is vital that when we awake that we fuel our bodies for the day with breakfast! Students across Mason County enjoyed Fruit Nachos comprised of yogurt, apples, strawberries, blueberries, granola and a caramel drizzle. Fun Food Fact: Ever wonder why apples float? It’s because 25% of their volume is made up by air.
Congratulations to WVSSAC 2023 AA-A Wrestling State Champions Gunner Andrick and Kolton Weaver. #PointWrestling #MasonProud
Congratulations to the Wahama White Falcons!!! #MasonProud
Ashton students couldn't believe their eyes this morning!! They were greeted by Thing 1, Thing 2, AND Thing 3 this morning!! Oh my!! Let's hope the Cat in the Hat can catch them by the end of the day!!!
Students celebrated Dr. Seuss this morning with Green Eggs and Ham. The incredible, edible egg contains 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, and 250 milligrams of choline. Choline is in the egg yolks, and it promotes normal cell activity, liver function and helps transport nutrients throughout the body! Fun Food Fact: An egg’s shell color doesn’t indicate the quality or nutritional value of an egg, but rather the breed of the hen that laid it. Hens with white feathers tend to lay white eggs and hens with red feathers tend to lay brown eggs. “To the world you may be one person but to one person you may be the world.” — Dr. Seuss