What's happening in May

  • Help the REC!

    Which days are important to you?     Fill out our super short survey!


    The REC (Race and Ethnicities Club) is compiling a list of dates/celebrations/observances that are important to our Masco community. 

    Background: Have you seen the REC Flag Project displayed outside the library? Thanks to your responses to the question, "What are your countries of origin?", we were able to create over 70 flags into a unified image! Now that we know where our Masco community is "from", we want to know what is important to us. Please share the events, celebrations and dates that are important to you. It can be anything from Earth Day to Black History Month to Easter. We will share out the results!


    Maker Space Challenge

    Even the cat can't stop this one!

    Rube GOldberg

    What can you build? Share yours with esheehy@masconomet.org and we will post here.











  • Masco COUNTS!


    Do you accept the challenge?

    • When? Through June 1

    • What? Read! Help your grade win.

    • Why? Bragging rights! The grade who reads the most books wins. Also, 4 people in the winning grade will win $25 gift cards to a local business in a raffle.

    • How? What are you reading/have you read? Fill out this short survey to enter.

    • (Also, all students who participate will be entered in a raffle for several $10 local business gift cards.)


    masco counts

    Responses will appear on the library website under “Masco COUNTS! What is Masco reading?”  

    Masco Staff COUNT, too! Staff survey here


  • May is Mental Health Awareness Month

    its ok

    6 Things You Can Do

    1. Recognize that anxiety is normal.
    2. Distract yourself. Read, watch a good movie, do your homework.
    3. Connect with friends - Talk! Zoom! Create a Tik Tok Challenge with others.
    4. Focus on you. Maybe try something new! 
    5. Feel your feelings.
    6. Be kind to yourself. And others. 


    Ready to Bake?

    Treat yourself with these easy recipes 


    Indoor smores and more


  • Notes to students