Community

Family involvement and community support are integral to the success of our nationally recognized, award-winning school district. We strive to promote strong connections between the school and community, and - most importantly - establish learning as our top priority, today and for the future.
Mason City Schools voters passed a 9.96 mill operating levy in March 2020 by 69%. The Mason City School District ranks 5th in the state and 68th in the country according to the 2020 Niche rankings with a cost per student that is less than the state average, and significantly less than our high-performing peers.

Community CollageMason City Schools earned an "A" on Ohio's report card and ranked fifth in the state for high quality education and student opportunities.

The district spends $725 less per student than the state average and $3,096 less per student than Ohio’s Top 10 average. 

School facilities send important signals, and Mason City School District voters have made significant investments in the schools where our community’s children learn. In December 2013, the district was eligible to receive approximately $34 million from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission to o

ffset the cost for needed facility improvements. In 2017-2018, we began implementing Mason’s Master Facilities Plan. A significant addition to the Mason Early Childhood Center, total renovation of Mason Middle School, and updates to Mason Intermediate School were funded without new local taxes. Over 80% of the funding for those projects came from the OFCC.


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