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Jason Chessman ’93

Jason Chessman ’93 is an assistant prosecutor in Cumberland County, N.J., specializing in juvenile crime. He knows that his experiences at MHS uniquely qualify him to work with troubled youth. As a result, he gives back to the MHS community by working as an emergency relief houseparent.

Jason knows that the school made his life better and he attributes a lot of his success to the opportunities at MHS. Jason wants current students to know that their history before MHS doesn’t matter anymore because MHS is where they can change everything. He thinks current students should take advantage of all of the opportunities the school offers before they graduate and move on. “Do not leave the school wishing you had done something, just do it.”

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