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CCHS Attendance Wars

Posted On: Monday, April 23, 2018

The freshman class at CCHS won the most recent week of the Attendance Wars. For the week of April 16th-20th, the freshman class had the highest attendance and earned a ice cream party. Dairy Queen of Albany donated ice cream sandwiches for the winners. DQ staff delivered the ice cream sandwiches to CCHS and distributed them to students on Friday, April 20th. Thank you to Dairy Queen and Patrick Padron for supporting our students and donating the ice cream reward.

The freshman class at CCHS won the most recent week of the Attendance Wars.

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  

The freshman class at CCHS enjoyed an ice cream party, courtesy of Dairy Queen of Albany, for winning the April 16th - 20th week of the CCHS Attendance Wars.  





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