Mason allocates resources to tackle mental health issues

Alisha Soni | Staff Writer Through increased awareness surrounding mental health, Mason administrators are aiming to break down the negative stigma once associated with it. During a time when students are faced with everyday environmental issues– social, economic, academic, and health, among others– Mason administrators have allocated more resources towards mental health and wellness.  After a series of tragic suicides […]

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Ethnic Studies course to be added to 21-22 course catalog

Raghav Raj | Staff Writer At their January 26 meeting, the Mason City Schools Board of Education unanimously approved the proposal for a new Ethnic Studies course at Mason High School. The course, a single-semester Social Studies elective available to all grades at the high school, is set to be included in the MHS 2021-22 Program of Studies, meaning that […]

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Student-led GlobAL LANGUAGE INITIATIVE DIVERSIFIES MHS’ LEARNABLE LANGUAGES

Ally Guo | Staff Writer Language barriers are being broken thanks to Mason High School’s (MHS) Global Language Initiative. Spanish, French, German, Chinese, and American Sign Language are offered during the school day as classes to Mason students. However, the Global Language Initiative (GLI) was established two years ago so that students could learn an even wider array of languages.  […]

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Staff

MHS Chronicle Staff Members 2020-2021 Editor-in-ChiefRiley Johansen News EditorAnn Vettikkal Feature EditorKaelyn Rodrigues Sports EditorMatthew Smith Business Manager/Circulation ManagerAnna Kinasewitz Alexa Crociata, Intern Online EditorMeghan Dincler Visual Design EditorAadrija Biswas Staff Design Team Lexi Brown Rachel Cai Staff Writers Cody Allgor Divy Bose Evelina Gaivoronskaia Ally Guo Della Johnson Rilee Malloy Shravani Page Evan Ponstingle Raghav Raj Scott Reckers Abby Waechter Alisha […]

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Poe searches for answers to 119-year-old McClung murder case

Evan Ponstingle | Staff Writer Mason, Ohio, 1901. A small farming village is rocked by the brutal murder of reclusive resdient Rebecca McClung. The town has their suspects–but the murder is never solved. Mason, Ohio, 2020. A high school junior in the growing city becomes obsessed and begins a search for the truth: who really murdered Rebecca McClung? Junior Katie […]

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Chronicle Alumni

Allie Cohen – Class of 2004 Jenna Connor – Class of 2004 Hayley Day – Class of 2004 Loa DeNegre – Class of 2004 Erin Pyles – Class of 2004 Rob Underwood – Class of 2004 Rachel Bagley – Class of 2005 Chris DeLotell – Class of 2005 Nicole Grice – Class of 2005 Amanda Konrad – Class of 2005 […]

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Contact Us

Electronically: Chronicle Business – mhschroniclebusiness@gmail.com Mr. Dale Conner (Advisor) – connerd@masonohioschools.com  | 398-5025 x 33103 Riley Johansen (Editor-in-Chief) — rjohansen.chronicle@gmail.com Ann Vettikkal (News Editor) — avettikkal.chronicle@gmail.com Kaelyn Rodrigues (Feature Editor) — krodrigues.chronicle@gmail.com Matthew Smith (Sports Editor) — msmith.chronicle@gmail.com Anna Kinasewitz (Business Manager) — akinasewitz.chronicle@gmail.com Alexa Crociata (Business Intern) – acrociata.chronicle@gmail.com Aadrija Biswas (Visual Design Editor) — abiswas.chronicle@gmail.com Meghan Dincler (Online Editor) […]

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Achievements

Chronicle Achievements 2020-2021 Ohio Scholastic Media Association All Ohio for Online News Site All Ohio for Overall Newspaper Evan Ponstingle – Newswriting (Excellent) Ann Vettikkal – Newswriting with 2 Reporters (Excellent), In-Depth Reporting with a team (Excellent), News Feature (Superior), Front Page Newspaper Layout (Excellent) Ally Guo – Newswriting with 2 Reporters (Excellent), Editorial Cartoon (Superior) Lily Geiser – In-Depth Reporting […]

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Meet your Student Government class officer candidates

With elections around the corner, it’s time to meet your candidates for class officers. The following are short descriptions written by them.   Rahul Sandella My name is Rahul, aka Sanderella or Brown Sugar, and I want to be your 2013-14 class officer. I have been very involved in Student Government since my first Ohio Association of Student Councils Summer […]

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High School Journalism Institute: Staff Portfolio

This summer, our Chronicle staff spent the week of July 9th to the 13th bonding and learning at Indiana University’s High School Journalism Institute. Though we took different classes and had various jobs to do, we worked hard as a team to improve ourselves as writers and our paper. Below are the final projects produced by some of our staff […]

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“Our Latest Video” Archives

Click on a link to view a previous “Our Latest Video”: June 1, 2018–J-School Stories—This year’s J-Schoolers discuss the stories they chose to write this week. May 25, 2018–Meet MHS’s Incoming Principal–Photographer Tanner Pearson and Staff Writers Alexandra Lisa and Riley Johansen give you a first look into Bobby Dodd, the new principal’s, plans for MHS. May 10, 2018–MHS Comments […]

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Mapping out our futures

Rachel Schowalter | Staff Writer The William Mason High School Class of 2010 is made up of over 750 students. In the coming year, these students will disperse throughout the country in pursuit of their futures — residing in more than 30 states, 107 cities and 150 colleges.

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Class of 2011: movin’ on

Carlie Sack | Editor in Chief While the class of 2011 will no longer be spending each day at Mason High School, each of its 711 students will be pursuing new goals. Whether students’ plans involve a new city, state, school or job, the class of 2011 is moving on past Mason High School.

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