Campbellsville High School senior Mikael Vaught has won a car in this year’s iGo Motors Outstanding Attendance Challenge.
In the 2019-2020 school year, CHS began a contest for students to win chances at taking home a car, simply by coming to school each day.
CHS partnered with iGo Motors to begin the attendance challenge.
This year’s winner was drawn on the air at the Big Dawg radio station on Wednesday, May 27.
Vaught’s name was drawn as the winner from all the entries.
iGo Motors will allow Vaught to receive a car valued at $6,000 or less.
The company will offer the attendance challenge again next school year.
In the challenge, each junior and senior is placed in a drawing to win a vehicle.
Students are entered five times if they have perfect attendance.
If students miss school for any reason other than school functions, they will lose one of their entries.
When students miss school for illness and have a note from a doctor’s office, that will be considered as a day missed.
The winning student can choose a car valued at more than $6,000, but will be responsible for the additional cost.
The student must also pay taxes on the vehicle they choose.
For more information, call (270) 465-8774.
Campbellsville Independent Schools Director of Pupil Personnel Tim Bailey, at right, discusses the attendance challenge with Big Dawg radio personality Larry Smith.
Campbellsville Independent Schools Director of Pupil Personnel Tim Bailey, at left, watches as Cindy Underwood of iGo Motors draws the attendance challenge winner. CHS senior Mikael Vaught was drawn as the winner.
CHS Principal Weston Jones congratulates senior Mikael Vaught on winning the car in this year’s attendance challenge. At left is Cindy Underwood of iGo Motors, who sponsored the challenge.
Listen as CHS senior Mikael Vaught is drawn as the winner of this year's attendance challenge.