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Theophilus North

On November 6, 7, 13, and 14 the Mason High School Theater will present the award winning broadway hit, Theophilus North. Each performance will start at 8 PM with tickets being $8 for students, children, and seniors and $10 for adults. Tickets will start being sold one hour before performance or on www.showtix4u.com.Theophilus North is a new play written in 2006 by Matthew Burnett, based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Thornton Wilder.

Santos Legacy

May 27th was the last day for Mrs. Santos. Although Mason wanted her to teach choir for years and years to come, she chose to retire and move onto other things. One of her students, Rachel Snow, said, “I really miss her positive energy. She was like a second mom to me; she made us feel like we were part of her family.” Mason really appreciates Mrs. Santos’ hard work and dedication towards the musical program.  New choir instructor, Jason Mckee, has big aspirations and goals for this years choirs.

Art Club

Art Club is an organization where students come together to work on projects with a total of 7 projects this school year. The meetings take place in C101 on Thursday, with the sponsor being Mrs. Valentine. To join Art Club, students only have until the 1st of October. It’s a great way to express creativity. The club has seven projects planned throughout the year, with one being an undecided project. To learn more about the projects in Art Club, visit their Edline page.

Rose Bowl Parade

The William Mason High School marching band is one of the few bands graced with the honor to preform in the rose bowl parade in Pasadena California. The band has received praise in the past as being one of the top bands in the nation. Now for the first time on the first of January Mason will be preforming and representing our great school at one of the largest football games of the year and will be broadcasted on national television.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Santos Legacy

May 27th was the last day for Mrs. Santos. Although Mason wanted her to teach choir for years and years to come, she chose to retire and move onto other things. One of her students, Rachel Snow, said, “I really miss her positive energy. She was like a second mom to me; she made us feel like we were part of her family.” Mason really appreciates Mrs. Santos’ hard work and dedication towards the musical program.  New choir instructor, Jason Mckee, has big aspirations and goals for this years choirs.

Fiddler on the Roof

 Need entertainment? Well you’re in luck because starting on April 23rd through April 26th the MHS Drama Club will be presenting to you Fiddler on the Roof in the Mason High School Auditorium. Purchase your tickets right now $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for students and children. The show will start at 7pm on April 23rd, 8pm on April 24th and 25th and lastly 3pm on April 26th.

Districts Art Show

Districts Art Show
 
Mason City Schools invite you to come and view the works of the talented students at the MHS in the large commons of the high school building on April 24 from 6:30 PM to 10:00PM. The art gallery will exhibit the works of numerous students from all over the district. Art pieces of various types will be present at the art show, ranging from sculptures and jewelry, to paintings and digital imaging projects. Everyone is welcome to come and view the exhibit! 

Paper Masterpieces

The Mason Art Club has begun their February project. This month is 3D paper sculpting; the Adwani twins have taken the lead for this project, their first lead. The twins will be staying after school to lead the art club meetings and teach the students how to create the masterpieces. Made from 36 pieces of paper that are folded a bunch of times the students will be making cool 3D animals!

OMEA State Orchestra Concert

William Mason High School invites you to attend the OMEA State Orchestra Concert on February 28th. The performance lead by Stephanie Jones will feature 6 pieces carried out by the Mason Philharmonic and Honors Symphony orchestras. Each orchestra will perform two pieces that were specifically provided by the OMEA competition, followed up by a piece specifically chosen by Mrs. Jones. Finally the students will be required to move to another stage and provided with a new challenging piece that will test their sight reading skills.

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