427 MHS Students Earn Perfect Attendance

427 MHS Students Earn Perfect Attendance: 12 MHS Students Awarded GCCU Cash
Posted on 05/02/2019

427 MHS Students Earn Perfect Attendance: 12 MHS Students Awarded GCCU CashDuring Mason High School’s second semester, 427 students were at school every day and earned a chance to win cash from the Greater Cincinnati Credit Union. This marks the twelfth year that GCCU has sponsored the Perfect Attendance Program at MHS. Russ Henry from GCCU presented $100 to each of the honorees. The company donates $1,200 each semester for twelve students who maintain perfect attendance. GCCU also provides lunch to the winners and their guests during the awards ceremony, which was held on Tuesday, April 30.


The second semester’s twelve GCCU winners were freshmen Noah Hershberger, Jordan Hylton and Irene Keum, sophomores Surya Chandrasekaran, Jason Clabbers and Edwin Keck, juniors Jack Foster, Arnav Kamath, and Tommy Kim, and seniors Abhishay Subramanian, Juliana Zacher and Katherine Zhong. Also present to congratulate the students and their parents were MHS Principal Bobby Dodd, Assistant Principal Brandon Rompies and Guidance Counselor Phyllis Bell.
 Present, too, were Representatives from Warren County Juvenile Court, Judge Joseph Kirby, Truancy Probation Officer Jason Byrge and Truancy Program Coordinator Melissa Perduk. Also in attendance was Mason Campus Safety Officer Shawn Ayers.
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