In the NEWS Feed there is a Coronavirus informational piece with links from the Health Department for accurate and timely updates. The Mason County Central School District is monitoring this closely and are receiving guidance from the Health Department. Please know that currently we are at low risk in the State of Michigan. We will keep you up to date if circumstances or information changes.
Thank you Mason County Sheriff's Department: Mr. Derrek, Mr. Kenny and Mr. Oscar for being the three funny guys (guest readers) to kick off our March Is Reading Month at Victory Early Childhood Center last week. We have our leprechaun trap set! We want to thank the MCC Educational Foundation for supporting our R.E.A.D program here at Victory. Remember the CommUnity Auction is this weekend.
Check out the new heart rate monitors for our Elementary Physical Education students. Click on the link below to see the video put together by Mason County Press: https://youtu.be/3PXNESPh50I
Thank you again for attending!
So Much FUN!
Thank you to all that participated and volunteered at our 2nd annual Cocoa Shuffle! A special thanks to our City of Scottville Police Department and our Scottville Fire Department for helping us plan for the event and keeping us safe on our shuffle. PreK Placement: 1st Mack O'Harra 2nd Ava Seymour 3rd Alex Swanson K-2 Placement 1st Bodie Christensen 2nd Gunner Cole 3rd Zeke O'Harra 3-5 Placement 1st Eli Glamzi 2nd Adison Thorne 3rd Makayla Mackersie 6-8 Placement 1st Brady Anes 2nd Braylin Thurow 3rd Bryce Thurow 9-12 Placement 1st Michelle Dodson 2nd Elizabeth Talbert Community & Adults 1st Nadene Thurow 2nd Carter Nelson 3rd Cassi Seymour
Tonight - Friday, February 28th MCC will be hosting our 2nd Annual Hot Cocoa Shuffle beginning at 5:30. Be sure to stop by for some family fun! After the shuffle, stick around to enjoy some cocoa and popcorn while watching the movie "Abominable". Click on the image below for more details. We will also have hats, mittens, gloves and ice cream coupons to give away ~ and the SUN is coming out be SPARTAN BRAVE and SPARTAN PROUD!
Mark Your Calendars: On Friday, February 28th MCC will be hosting our 2nd Annual Hot Cocoa Shuffle beginning at 5:30. Be sure to stop by for some family fun! After the shuffle, stick around to enjoy some cocoa and popcorn while watching the movie "Abominable". Click on the image below for more details. We will also have hats, mittens, gloves and ice cream coupons to give away ~
Snow Day #3. The Mason County Central School District will be closed Monday, February 10th due to poor road conditions. Stay safe and healthy.
Our teachers across the district are learning this afternoon to be even better than they already are. Here the Scottville Elementary staff are working on math constructs.
Just a reminder to our parents and students that this Friday, January 31 is a half day for students as our staff participates in professional development. We will follow our half day schedule. Have a happy healthy weekend.
Attention 3rd and 4th grade girls basketball players. The make-up dates for the previously cancelled sessions due to poor weather are the next 2 Saturdays (February 1 and February 8) from 9-11am at the Middle School Gym.
Girls 3rd and 4th grade Saturday Morning Basketball is CANCELLED due to weather conditions.
We have lost power at most of the MCC buildings. We are not expecting it to be fully restored until close to 3:00 this afternoon. We we will follow our normal school day schedules and release times. If you need any bus changes or an emergency please call 231-757-3711.
Update: we have been advised by law enforcement that the soft lockdown has been lifted. We are all clear here at MCC. Have a Great Day!!
The Mason County Central School District Buildings have been advised by law enforcement to be in Soft Lockdown status as a precautionary measure. There is no direct threat to any of our buildings or students. Inside the buildings is business as usual. We will keep you posted.
Victory Early Childhood Center is pleased to announce that Kelsie Marcus a past student herself of Victory has just won our drawing for a beautiful full sized quilt. Her son Kole is a preschool student at Victory this school year. We want to thank Becky Alway and Scottville Country Quilters for their support and talent behind the making of this handmade quilt. In addition, Lake Michigan Senior Living was drawn for a runner up handmade quilted table runner. This winning ticket was sold by Dahlia.
Victory Early Childhood Center is so blessed to be in a caring and loving community full of tremendous community support! Special thanks to Toshiba, FloraCraft, Mason County Press, Smith & Eddy Insurance for making our Sunday with our GSRP preschool families so special!