Mason Public Schools is pointing the spotlight on the many improvements it has made with the sinking fund money approved by voters in 2007.
The one mill, ten year sinking fund is now in its 9th year and the district says most of the projects on its "to do" list are now finished.
There are now 300 new lockers installed in the 6th grade wing at the middle school. In addition, there are new lockers for second grade classes at North Aurelius.
The High School field house floor was resurfaced, and new art put in.
A fresh coat of paint is on the walls in classrooms at Mason High School.
Plumbing and heating has been repaired at both the high school and middle school.
Final projects still to be completed for this year include: replacing a steam boiler at the high school and more playground renovations at all three elementary schools.
The district is thanking the community for its support.