Chaperones & Band Aids
Our Student Care Team
Chaperones and Band Aids are on the front-line of helping promote and protect our students’ health and wellness. We support our Concert Bands, Marching Band and Winter Guard programs. We are present at extended rehearsals, band camps, competitions, football games and any trips or travel where our students perform off-site.
Learn more about being a Chaperone and Band Aid here:
If you would like to join our team, please read on:
Parents interested in volunteering should complete the form at the link below. Both Returning Chaperones & Band Aids as well as new volunteers should complete the form below.
Chaperone & Band Aid Training:
- Wednesday May 17th at 7pm in the Mason High School Harvard Room.
Band Aids need to be current in CPR certification. While CPR training is not required to serve as a Chaperone, we encourage all Chaperones to become CPR certified also.
- If you are unable to attend in person training, you can do it online at the following website. https://www.nationalcprfoundation.com/
First you will need to determine whether you need an instant or extended type based on what role you plan to serve.
Instant Checks are good for local events and rehearsals (not travel) and are good for 5 years and cost $16. Please fill out this form: Request for instant Background check. The cost is $16 through EZpay or cash/check can be sent in to central office (address below). Form will not be processed until payment is received. Ezpay will expedite the entire process.
Extended checks are required for all Band Aids and for Chaperones who plan to serve on an overnight trip. They are good for 5 years and cost $50. Contact Sarah Jo Tewksbury to schedule an appointment.
Sarah Jo Tewksbury | HR Administrative Assistant
Mason Central Office
211 North East St. | Mason, OH 45040
p. 513-398-0474, ext. 20143
If you have any questions, please contact:
- Melissa Woodward - VP of Student Experience
- Shannon Wielinga - VP of Travel
- Lisa Oldham - Medical Secretary
- Mike McCallister - Registration SPOC & Mediscal Secretary in Training
- Rachel Gasparraj - Head Chaperone