North Aurelius Annoucements

January 19, 2022
Mason Public Schools Celebrates School Board Recognition Month

January is School Board Recognition Month. During January, we recognize these individuals who approach their volunteer work like it is a full-time job and with extraordinary dedication to public schools. They are citizens whose decisions affect our children and build our community.

December 3, 2021
Shared Responsibility for School Safety

Dear Mason Families & Staff:

Mason Public Schools (MPS) is aware of circulating rumors and/or threats of violence against schools throughout Michigan. As of today, there have been no threats made against MPS. 

December 1, 2021
Message regarding Oxford Community Schools

Good evening Mason families,

Today, we share our deepest sympathy and support for the students, staff and families of Oxford Community Schools. We cannot begin to imagine the pain the Oxford community feels following the active shooter situation yesterday at Oxford High School, causing four fatalities and additional injuries. Our hearts are heavy with the weight of such a loss and our thoughts are with those left injured.  

November 16, 2021
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for children 5-11

Mason Public Schools is partnering with Ware’s Pharmacy and community health providers to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Mason community members ages 5 to 11 on November 17, 2021 from 4:00 – 8:00 pm at Mason Middle School, 235 Temple Street, in the cafeteria. 

August 24, 2021
Updated Return to School Plans

In July, the planned safety measures for the Return to School this fall were shared with staff and families. Since that time, transmission rates have risen in Ingham County. Today at the Board of Education meeting, the Board voted to require face masks in district buildings during school hours for all students, staff and visitors regardless of vaccination status. This will take effect Tuesday, August 24. This is in addition to the previous requirement for all students and staff to wear masks on school buses and public transportation. Social distancing and class cohorts will continue to be encouraged when possible.