Mason County Central 

 High School           


MCC Family,

Here we are.  The last week of the school year is here.  This has undoubtedly been a long road to get to this week.  We, as a staff, appreciate your willingness to cooperate with us as remote learning began and is now coming to a conclusion for this school year.  The rest of this newsletter will focus on dates and deadlines for this week.

Seniors will have their drop off and pick up of items from lockers and school-issued property on Wednesday from 10 am-2 pm.  This will be a curbside pick-up at the front of the high school.  We will ask you for your name and locker number and will bring your bag out of the school for you.  Grab your items and leave your partners for them to pick up.  Seniors will be giving their names as they want them to be read for Friday’s graduation ceremony.  Staff members helping with this will have gloves and masks as they interact with you during the pick-up/drop off of items.

Graduation is Friday, June 5th at 7 pm.  Seniors should refer to the senior letter that they got in the mail last week for times.  Please make sure that you are ready to park in our parking lot by 6:30 pm.  We will have staff at the U.S. 10 Entrance and the Broadway St. entrance to direct you on parking.  

For 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students, you will have your drop off/pick-up of items on Friday, June 5th from 8am-4pm.  It will run exactly like the senior day described in the above paragraphs.  

*** All students that have any school-owned items must bring them back to the school on their pick-up/drop-off day.  This includes books, library books, sports uniforms, chrome books, and chargers...etc.

We encourage you to please continue learning with our remote learning plan through the end of the week.  Remember that you want to stay sharp for when we resume in the fall.  It is good to finish this week out strong!  

Lastly, it is with great sadness but also excitement that we announce the retirement of Mrs. Urka.  Mrs. Urka has spent 25 years teaching Spanish at MCC.  We will miss seeing her every day, but also are so happy for her and her family that she gets to spend more time with her children and grandchildren.  Please wish Mrs. Urka well in retirement as you see appropriate.   

Stay safe and healthy, Spartans!

Jeffrey A. Tuka, Principal

Mason County Central High School