MCC homecoming ceremonies announced. 

January 29, 2021

Senior king and queen candidates:
Front, from left: Morgen Ahlfeld, daughter of Eric and Julie Ahlfeld; Alli Mast, daughter of Scott and Amanda Mast, Charley McCabe, daughter of John and Angela McCabe; Nyah Tyron, daughter of John and Nicole Tyron. Back from left: Ryand Gigante, son of Phil and Natalie Gigante; Ethan Johnson, son of David and Danielle Johnson; Jackson Kimes, son of Kevin and Lisa Kimes; Gage Tyron, son of John and Nicole Tyron.

MCC homecoming ceremonies announced. 

SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central High School will hold its homecoming celebration at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6 in the parking lot of the high school. The ceremony will be live streamed on MCP’s Facebook page. Principal Jeff Tuka said homecoming didn’t take place in the fall, which is tradition, due to the uncertainty of the sports schedules. Spirit week will begin Monday, Feb. 1. 

Events will include: 

  • Monday, Feb. 1, Quarantine Outfit Day
  • Tuesday, Feb. 2, Tourist/Team Day
  • Wednesday, Feb. 3, “Maskquarade” Day
  • Thursday, Feb. 4, Farmer Day
  • Friday, Blue & Gold Day

Class representatives:
Front, from left: Emily Adams, freshman, daughter of Dan and Beth Adams; Charlie Banks, sophomore, daughter of Bruce and Jody Banks; Mya Sterley, junior, daughter of Darren and Michelle Sterley. Back, from left: Zane McCabe, freshman, son of John and Angela McCabe; William Chye, sophomore, son of Pat and Roxanne Chye; Blake Tucker, junior, son of Ryan and Erica Tucker.

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