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  • All students enrolled in St. Louis Public Schools have been assigned iPads to enhance their learning.  Beginning today, Friday, January 12th, every student will bring home their iPad each evening to be returned to school with them the next day. 


    In the event of inclement weather or other unplanned school closure, the St. Louis Public School District may elect to have an AMI day (Alternative Methods of Instruction) in lieu of cancelling classes.  On these days, you will receive communication from your child’s teacher indicating important information for the day. 


    Important information about Virtual Learning:

    • Students will login to their Microsoft Teams platform at the start of the regular school day. Students can access all of their class meetings and posted assignments from their Teams page. (Classroom teachers will provide additional guidance regarding the daily schedule and expectations for virtual learning.)
    • Look for the blue Teams logo on district issued devices. For students using district issueddevices, they should already be logged in as part of the single sign on process. If needed, parents may contact the classroom teacher for login information.
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Welcome to Mason

  • Mason building 6031 Southwest Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63139
    Office 314-645-1201
    Fax 314-244-1831
    Principal: Dr. Stacey Franklin
    Hours: 8:05am-3:02pm
    Grades: PreK-6

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Mission and Vision

  • Our Mission: We at Mason School are committed to educating children to be productive citizens of a global community through rigorous instruction, character education, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

    Our Vision: At Mason School we provide a quality education developing each student academically, socially, and emotionally through high levels of instruction, character education, and critical thinking skills. Our program will ensure that all of our students are empowered to be productive and responsible citizens of the global community.

     Promising PracticeWe at Mason School are committed to learning culture through project based learning to develop authentic cultural literacy and build genuine relationships.