Mason City Schools Boasts Exceptional High School

February 2010

Assistant Superintendent Mike Brannon proudly speaks about the accomplishment of Mason City Schools’ updated High School. “The addition was a tremendous success,” Mike says. “Everyone seems thrilled.”

The 689, 934-square-foot facility reopened last fall after receiving a full renovation and additions. Mike notes in addition to it being a bargain to the taxpayers through the help of the Ohio School Facilities Commission’s Classroom Expedited Local Partnership Program, the additions to the school provided students with much needed space.

Despite lacking a full preventive maintenance program in the past, Mike feels confident that through the use of the new Maintenance Plan, the District will be able to keep its facility in peak condition. “Four Seasons has been able to capture the full scope of the items that we need for a preventive maintenance program,” he says.

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