Student of the Month


January Student of the Month

Delaney Turner

Mason High School senior Delaney Turner was recognized as The Kiwanis Club of Mason’s January Student of the Month. Morrissey was nominated by MHS Student Activities Director Lorri Fox Allen.
“Delaney is an amazing student and person. She organized the Chronicle J Camp and did an outstanding job,” explained Allen. “She is currently organizing and leading the charge for the Comets for Common Ground. Delaney, in my opinion, is more than deserving of this honor as she someone who does the right thing, time and time again, not for a resume-builder but because it is genuinely in her heart to serve others.”
Turner is an Editor of the Chronicle, invested in Young Life, and involved in SIBS Leadership at MHS where she has spearheaded the Comets for Common Ground initiative. Turner will attend the University of Cincinnati in the fall, and wants to become a speech and language pathologist or a special educator.
On January 18, the Kiwanis Club presented Turner with $100, a Kiwanis bell, and a certificate commemorating his achievement. Turner’s parents, Thomas and Karen, assistant principal Dion Reyes, superintendent Dr. Gail Kist-Kline, and nominator Fox-Allen joined the Kiwanians in recognizing Delaney’’s accomplishments. The Mason Kiwanis Club meets weekly at noon at the Houston Restaurant in Mason.

December Student of the Month

Sam Terribilini

Sam Terribilini was selected as the MHS/Kiwanis December Student of the Month. Sam was nominated by Mr. Jason McKee. Mr. McKee stated, "He is 1 of 3 Mason students to be selected for this year's OMEA All-State Choir, and he is always there when I need extra help setting up equpiment or leading a sectional rehearsal.  Sam genuinely cares about his fellow classmates and teachers.  I cannot think of a more deserving student for this award".  Sam is involved in Honors Concert Choir, Noteorious, the Drama Club, the CAPPIE (drama) program and is an apprentice piano tuner.  After graduation, he hopes to pursue Music Education but is still deciding between Otterbein University, Miami University, and Capital.  Congratulations Sam!

November Student of the Month

Kevin Morrissey

Kevin Morrissey was selected as the MHS/Kiwanis November Student of the Month. Kevin was nominated by Mr. Greg Roach and Ms. Megan Korengel.   Mr. Roach said, "Kevin is passionate about basically everything but is able to connect with my ESL math students because he has the best attitude and connects with all people".  Ms. Korengel stated, "He is one of the kindest, most sincere young men that I have come into contact with here at Mason".  Kevin is very involved with NHS (National Honor Society), SNHS (Spanish National Honor Society), SIBS (Students Involved in Befriending Students), and the Comet Skippers.  He hopes to attend Xavier University and study Education.  Congratulations Kevin!

October Student of the Month

Lindsay Welage

Lindsay Welage was selected as the MHS/Kiwanis October Student of the Month.  She was nominated by Mrs. Kristi Stephens.  When nominating Lindsay, Mrs. Stephens said "Lindsay is an outstanding young lady.  She is amazing and works really hard preparing for her future".  Lindsay is involved in many activities including being the Director of the After-School Peer Tutoring Program, a SIBS member, a Student Government Member and a member of the American Sign Language National Honor Society.  Lindsay wants to pursue a degree in Education, something she has wanted to do since 3rd grade, and hopes to attend either the University of Cincinnati or Miami University.  Congratulations Lindsay!

September Student of the Month

Bobbie-Jean Singleton

Bobbie-Jean Singleton was selected as the MHS/Kiwanis September Student of the Month.  Bobbie-Jean was nominated by Phyllis Burpo and Michaelanne Sauer. She goes to a special needs classroom during her free bell and builds meaningful relationships with the students.  Phyllis said, "Bobbie-Jean has matured into an outgoing and confident young lady", while Michaelanne added, "Bobbie-Jean is an overall excellent person whose heart and spirit mean so much to my students".  Bobbie-Jean is involved with Comets In Action, will take a leading role in the schools "Say Something" campaign in October, and is a youth leader in the middle school program of Grace Chapel.  She is unsure of her career path after high school but her passion lies with helping the elderly and those with special needs.  Congratulations Bobbie-Jean!

August Student of the Month

Chris Allgor

Chris Allgor was selected as the MHS/Kiwanis August Student of the Month.  Chris was nominated by Mr. Jeff Schlaeger, stating "he is described by his teachers as a model student who always put others first".  Because of his selfless motivation, Chris won the Simon Lazarus Human Relations Award.  Chris is involved in SIBS, as a Board Member (Students Involving and Befriending Students), National Honor Society and a Manager in the Comet Zone.  Outside of MHS, Chris is involved in Young Life and Whiz Kids (an organization that focuses on kids in elementary school who are falling behind in school socially, academically or both).  He is unsure of where he would like to study next year but would like to focus on Business Management/Non-Profit Management.  Congratulations Chris!