The Masconomet Education Foundation holds an Annual Online Auction. The auction is a 3-day event and this year it is scheduled to open on Friday April 7th and close on Sunday, April 9th. Bidders will have a chance to win such items as a Masco Junior parking pass, 4 Senior Graduation Seats (reserved seating), 4 8th Grade Moving On Ceremony seats (prime seating), a basket of Masconomet logo items (hoodie, sweat pants, shirts, water bottles, etc.) and more!
Just visit our Online Auction page to peruse the “catalog” of items! Follow the prompts to register as a bidder — it’s easy!
Winning bidders must pay for and pick up their items in person; we will contact you to make arrangements at your convenience.
All proceeds will go to support the classrooms – last year’s proceeds helped to fund the new STEAM lab. This year’s auction will fund classroom innovations across all subjects!
Support Your School!
Masco will always be a part of you – no matter where you go. Show your pride with items especially created for Masco students by the manufacturers of Alex and Ani. Available through Masconomet Education Foundation (MEF), these bracelets, necklaces, and keychains offer a unique way to show your school spirit while supporting student initiatives in the newly built STEM Lab, as well as Teacher Grants to provide teachers with funds for creative classroom projects.
Prices range from $15 for keychains, $24 for necklaces and $36 for bracelets. All jewelry can be picked up in the high school front office two days after placing your order. Thank you very much for your support of our students!
Looking for a way to honor the teachers, guidance counselors, staff members or volunteers who have helped your child achieve academic excellence at Masconomet? MEF’s “Teacher Recognition Awards” offer that opportunity with the dual reward of contributing to long term innovating learn in the school system.
The MEF funding program provides money for initiatives which support innovation in the classroom, curriculum enrichment, the training of teachers and school-community collaboration.