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62nd Annual Coronation

The 62nd Annual MHS Coronation was a great success. The ladies looked lovely and the gentlemen were handsome. Congratulations to the court: Slone Stultz, Megan Canfield, Jase Eckert, Madelyn Heath, Queen Grace Perlichek, King Jax Tedder, Klay Klaerner, Kelcey Doss, Elijah Pinter, Shiloh Peaden.
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Dyslexia Awareness Month!

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month!

Check out the link below- 10 Things About Dyslexia Every Teacher Needs to Know.

https://www.weareteachers.com/things-about-dyslexia-every-teacher-needs/

These images provide information regarding how dyslexia and dysgraphia can impact students in your classroom.
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Bluebonnet District FFA Fall Kickoff

Six members of the Mason FFA Chapter attended the 2019-2020 Bluebonnet District Fall Kickoff in Llano, Texas on September 14, 2019. The purpose of the event is to prepare students for the new FFA year by teaching leadership, teamwork, and personal growth. Desaree Bowie is currently serving as a Bluebonnet FFA District officer and assisted with the training.
Those attending were (L-R) Jasmine Jefferson, Desaree Bowie, Alfredo Valdez, Karen Galaviz, Sariah Hernandez, and Mariah Avalos.
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Amazing Artwork by Ms. Horton's Students

Ms. Horton is an amazing art teacher and her students have created exemplary work from the first project this year. The results from the first project are so diverse and bright. The first project is to use an "obsessive" mark-making technique to create a composition. Art 1 students cannot represent anything recognizable. Art 2-4 create a piece using obsessive marks, but may choose to represent some elements of realism. Here are a few photos of some creations.
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MHS Hosts FAFSA Night

MHS will host FAFSA Night in the high school library
from 6:00-8:00 on Monday, October 21st.

A Financial Aid Officer from Angelo State University will be here to assist parents and students with any questions you have regarding filling out the FAFSA.

You will need to bring the following:
2018 tax returns (for parent and student, if the student filed)
Your social security number (parent and student)
Your FSA ID (for parent and student)
You can create your FSA ID by going to https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm
You should do this at least one week before the meeting.
Parents who have already filled out the FAFSA for an older child will use their same FSA ID.
Parents, if you cannot attend the meeting, make sure to send your student to the meeting with this information. Your student can take care of this!

Also, it is important to remember to remember that you will have to fill out the FAFSA every year that your student is in college.
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