Dear MCC School Family, January is School Board Appreciation Month. When you get a chance, thank them for their dedicated service to our school community's children. Jim Schulte, Gena Nelson, Jen Miller, Steve Griswold, John Wagner, Barry Pleiness, and Oscar Davilla
5 days ago, Jeff Mount
Board Appreciation
Dear MCC School Family, January is School Board Appreciation Month. When you get a chance, thank them for their dedicated service to our school community's children. Jim Schulte Gena Nelson Jen Miller Steve Griswold John Wagner Barry Pleiness Oscar Davilla
5 days ago, Jeff Mount
Board Appreciation
Good morning! 3rd and 4th grade parents; there will be a note coming today for girls' Saturday morning basketball clinics! They will be help Jan. 22, Jan. 29, and Feb. 5 from 9-11 am.
5 days ago, Amanda Baker
GBasketball
Dear MCC School Family, Due to icy roads and campus the Mason County Central School District including Victory Early Childhood Center is closed for Monday, January 10th. Stay Safe and Strong Spartans!
10 days ago, Jeff Mount
icy roads
Dear MCC School Family, Due to the Severe Winter Weather and poor road conditions in the western part of the district, the Mason County Central School District including Victory Early Childhood Center is closed for Friday, January 7th. Stay Safe and Strong Spartans!
12 days ago, Jeff Mount
Dear MCC School Family, Due to the Severe Winter Weather and poor road conditions, the Mason County Central School District is closed for Thursday, January 6th. Stay Safe and Strong Spartans!
14 days ago, Jeff Mount
school closed
Dear MCC School Family, Due to the Severe Winter Storm Warning forecast for Wednesday, January 5th and the timing of the event likely creating difficult travel conditions for our morning... and in particular... afternoon commute, the Mason County Central School District is closed for Wednesday, January 5th. Stay safe and strong Spartans!
14 days ago, Jeff Mount
snow day
Here is a message from our PTC: Welcome back, MCC Family! We’re happy to report that the Parent-Teacher Committee (PTC) is still alive and well, despite the craziness of the last couple years. We’ve shifted gears during Covid, doing our monthly meetings on Zoom, and focused on creative new projects like last year’s Spartan apparel sale among other things to continue supporting MCC, our great staff and administrators, and the wonderful kiddos. We can’t wait to put on big events like the Color Run again though- sooner or later! The PTC is in need of new members! We’ve got several very dedicated and talented officers right now, but it does take a village- if you’re passionate about MCC and the kiddos, drop in to a meeting or reach out to us on Facebook! It’s a good group and a great opportunity to get involved and give back. Here’s to a healthy and happy 2022! The PTC Board- Aaron DeKuiper, Rosanna Van Wyck, and Sarah Mathews
16 days ago, Amanda Baker
Here is the last newsletter for 2021! We would like to congratulate our Students' of the Month for December! 3rd grade... Nathaniel Mucha, 4th grade... Kenzie Wood, and 5th grade... Braxton Garrett! Have a safe and happy holiday season! And, as always, have a great day in Spartan Country!!!
about 1 month ago, Amanda Baker
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Just a reminder to parents that tomorrow, Friday December 17th will be our last day of school as we head into Christmas Break. School will resume on Monday, January 3rd. We hope you have a safe and happy holiday. Merry Christmas from all of us here at Mason County Central Schools.
about 1 month ago, Amy Mikulskis
Tomorrow, December 17th is the final day that the Upper Elementary will be taking donations for their grade level's Christmas Donation Drive. The 3rd graders are collecting for the Scottville Area Senior Center. Our 4th graders have been collecting for Mason County Animal Shelter. And the 5th graders have been taking donations for COVE in Ludington.
about 1 month ago, Amanda Baker
donations
Mrs. Schneider, our amazing Student Success Specialist, teaching "Growth Mindset" to Mr. Anes' 4th grade class using fun and engaging "Treasure Chest" activities!
about 1 month ago, Amanda Baker
Treasure
Good afternoon, Spartan families! District Health Department #10, Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital, and the City of Ludington are hosting a 3 times a week drive up COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing Clinic starting December 14th, 2021. See the attached flyer for more information. As always, have a great day in Spartan Country!
about 1 month ago, Amanda Baker
COVID testing
Dear MCC School Family, At the end of the day today, Thursday, December 9th, Middle School Staff and Administration were made aware of a rumored threat from an MCC Middle School Student. The Scottville Police Department was notified immediately to help us determine if the rumor was true and a threat could be verified. The student in question, along with his parents were paid a visit at home by Chief Murphy of the Scottville PD. From the investigation/threat assessment, it was determined that the rumor was NOT credible and was started by another student or students entirely. Let me make this perfectly clear... there is NOT a threat toward the school as rumored. It is unfortunate that we now have to deal with the student(s) that is/are the source of the rumor and said student(s) could face severe consequences at school and possibly within the courts as such a hurtful and untrue rumor can completely disrupt a school system, cause deep community concern, heightened anxiety and a waste of public safety/ school resources. Parents, please have a conversation with your children about how words can have serious consequences and never is there a time to even joke about something as serious as a school shooting. And Students, we thank you for sharing what you heard at school or on the bus this afternoon so we could be sure to track any threat or rumor down and assure our schools remain a safe place to learn and grow. As we often say: If you see or hear something that could hurt you or others... PLEASE TELL US. Thank you Chief Murphy for running down every lead to get to the bottom of this unfortunate and completely avoidable situation.
about 1 month ago, Jeff Mount
SRO
Spartan Logo
Mr. Kimes and 5th grader Blayke filling the Upper Elementary book vending machine! That's right! A vending machine for books! These books are available through a grant to get books in the hands of our students! Have a great day in Spartan Country!
about 1 month ago, Amanda Baker
book machine
Don’t forget that Santa Clause is coming to Downtown Scottville tomorrow Saturday December 4th. Parade starts at 6pm with crafts, bonfire & s’mores, and pictures with Santa to follow.
about 2 months ago, Amy Mikulskis
Santa
SCHEDULE YOUR STUDENT'S VACCINES COVID-19 | FLU | CHILDHOOD VACCINES Vaccinations are by appointment only Please call 888-217-3904 See Flyer for more details
about 2 months ago, Amy Mikulskis
vax
Here is the Upper Elementary December Newsletter! We would like to congratulate the November Students of the Month: Easton Overmyer, Byrnn Publiski, and Ethan Austin. Some dates to keep in mind: Report cards go home 12/10, and last day of school is 12/17 before Holiday Break, we return 1/3! Have a GREAT day in Spartan Country.
about 2 months ago, Amanda Baker
Dec. Newsletter
Recess is always more fun with SNOW!!! Please make sure you are sending your children to school with all their winter attire! If you may need assistance with these items, please don't hesitate to call us at 757-5720.
about 2 months ago, Amanda Baker
Snowman
Monday, November 29th will be Picture Retake day for the Upper Elementary! If you want retakes, make sure to have your child(ren) bring the picture packet they already received with them that morning. If you have any questions, please call the office 231-757-5720. Have a great day in Spartan Country!
about 2 months ago, Amanda Baker
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