Photo Gallery: Great American Eclipse 2017

Photos by Andrea Hefferan. Tanner Pearson | Staff Photographer On August 21, a total solar eclipse was visible across the United States; in other countries it was only visible as a partial eclipse. MHS supplied all students with safety glasses made for direct solar viewing, and dismissed ten minutes early so that everyone had a chance to view the peak of the […]

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SLIDESHOW: Kidchella 2017

Alekya Raghavan | Staff Writer The first annual Kidchella music festival was held on August 13 at Cottell Park in order to raise money for Common Ground, an all-inclusive playground. Parents in Mason had the option to sign their children up for the Cover Kids contest taking place for a chance to be on the cover of Cincinnati Family. Donations […]

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Freshman Spirit Party introduces Class of 2021 to high school life

One of my favorite days!!! #2021 @mhssibs @sibs_advisor @NickJGives pic.twitter.com/81xUOl6NbN — DEL (@delaneyturner_) August 11, 2017 Andrea Hefferan | Staff Writer At Mason High School, freshman orientation is taken to a whole new level. Nearly 700 students attended this year’s freshman spirit party on August 10. Like past years, The SIBS hosted the orientation and wanted to make their younger […]

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Chronicle J-School helps young journalists get published

Students from the morning (top) and afternoon (bottom) sessions of J-School. Delaney Turner | Managing Editor From June 5 through 8, The Chronicle held its first annual J-School. 50 students in grades fifth through ninth were invited to get a hands on experience with journalism. Over the four days, participants discussed the prevalence of journalism in the world as well […]

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Boys basketball host annual youth summer camp

Luke Hutchinson | Online Editor Greatness from small beginnings. From May 30 to June 2, Mason Boys Basketball is hosting a summer camp for younger players to gain experience from older players, while exercising their own basketball mechanics. The camp is taking place in the middle school and Intermediate gyms. Junior and JV basketball player Kazeem Adewumi said he enjoys […]

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Mason band moves on after being spurned by first choice

Jonathan McCollough | Staff Writer Mason’s newly appointed marching band director decided this job would not be his forte. The Mason City Schools Board of Education approved Greg Benson on March 14. Just a few weeks later Benson quit the job through an email, saying that he will stay at Grove City where he is an assistant band director. He […]

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Jegol starts nonprofit to provide education in home country

Jacob Fulton | Staff Writer Junior Kaleab Jegol is changing the world through education.  Jegol is the founder of Education for Ethiopia, an organization that gathers funds and runs supply drives to improve conditions in Ethiopia, in hopes of helping the 100 million children not receiving an education. Most recently, the nonprofit partnered with Mason HOPE Club to run a […]

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