Mason Public Schools utilizes Skyward Family Access for online enrollment of all kindergarten through 12th-grade students.
Mason Public Schools offers in-person instruction five days per week with a one-hour late start on Wednesdays to allow teachers to engage in Professional Learning Communities (PLC). Mason Public Schools will follow state and local requirements regarding communicable diseases, including COVID-19.
How long does the enrollment process take?
During the school year: At a minimum, 72 hours. Your child’s application will be reviewed and assigned to a building for processing. The building secretary/registrar will contact you regarding the required documentation and a projected start date.
During the summer: All applications will be reviewed and assigned to a building for processing. Parent/guardians may present required documents to:
Mason Public Schools Administration Office
201 W. Ash Street, Suite 2A
Mason, MI 48854
The Administration Office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the school year. For summer hours, please call for an appointment (517) 676-2484.
Building secretaries/registrars return from summer break in August and begin processing enrollment applications. You should expect contact no later than August 15.
Resident families, begin the registration process here.
Where do I begin?
After reviewing all FAQ's:
- Families with students already enrolled in the district should log into Skyward Family Access
- Families new to the district should select the New Family Link. This will create a Skyward Family Access account.
For questions concerning kindergarten registration, please get in touch with Ms. Harkness.
For School of Choice or non-resident information for kindergarten-12th grade students, contact Mrs. Somerville. Residency is not a requirement for enrollment in preschool programs.
Online enrollment, for resident families, is the first step to starting your kindergarten through 12th-grade child at Mason Public Schools.
- Families interested in enrolling their child in preschool should first contact Child Development Services at 517-676-6528.
- Non-resident families interested in enrollment should first contact Mrs. Somerville.
Registration for the 2023-2024 school year:
For Kindergarten: Registration opens February 1.
Resident families with children enrolled in programming through Mason's Child Development Services and are now kindergarten ready should first notify Harvey Education Secretary, Ms. Harkness at 517-676-6528. You will need to update the information on your Skyward Family Access account and provide the required documentation. Non-resident students enrolled in Mason's Child Development Services interested in kindergarten may apply for Schools of Choice. Contact Mrs. Somerville for an application.
For grades 1-12: Enrollment begins on May 6.
What documents are required for enrolling my child?
All student enrollments require the following:
- Birth Certificate issued by the state or country of birth. This is required before the child can be placed on a class list and may be scanned and uploaded to the registration.
- Immunization Record – this may be scanned and uploaded to the registration.
- Proof of Residence - this may be scanned and uploaded to the registration.
- A list of the required information is available here.
- High school students will need to present a copy of their transcript. For more information regarding transcripts, contact the High School Registrar
- Students receiving services through Special Education will need to present a copy of the child’s most recent IEP.
- Custody agreements
- Prescription/Emergency Medication Forms
Incomplete submissions/missing documents:
Building secretaries/registrars will contact parent/guardians to obtain any missing documents for the completion of enrollment.
Student Handbooks are available by age group at Important Forms
Enrolling Students with Disabilities
Before enrolling, please contact the Office of Special Education if your student had any special services in the past. Services would include Speech and Language, Social Work, Special Education Classes, OT/PT.
Special Education Office
Sue Patterson, Secretary for Special Education
In an effort to make sure that every child in the Mason Public School District has an opportunity to receive free and appropriate education, we are encouraging community members within Mason to help us identify homeless families that have children ages 3-18 that may not be attending school.
The Mason Public School District is attempting to reach out to these families in order to assist them in obtaining food and shelter and to facilitate the process to enroll their children in school. If you know of such a family, please call the Mason Public Schools Homeless Liaison.
If the student's night residence is the following:
- In a Shelter
- In a Hotel/ Motel
- In a Car
- At a campsite
- Living with a friend, relative, or someone else because they lost their home or can't afford one.
For families with unusual circumstances including establishing residency, guardianship, homelessness, and general questions, please contact:
Jodi Somerville, District Registrar & Homeless Liaison
Back to School Information
Back-to-School Open Houses and Events
Elementary buildings -
Harvey Education Center 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Alaiedon, North Aurelius, and Steele Elementary 6:00-7:00 p.m
Mason Middle School
Open House -
Welcome Back Bash -
Mason High School
9th Grade and Transfer Student
Mason Public Schools provides basic materials for learning. For families wishing to purchase additional school supplies, we have a list of suggested items by grade level (K-5)