Aaron Bitzer was sitting and chatting with friends during his lunch hour when he was called forward over the microphone by Shelby County High School Principal Eddie Oakley, left. The freshman's cheeks turned slightly pink, not knowing the reason for his being singled out. Then it became obvious: Superintendent James Neihof, right, commended him for having perfect attendance during the recent three-week incentive campaign. His name was placed in a drawing with all over secondary students (middle and high school) who came to school, were not late, did not leave early and had no discipline referrals. Aaron's attendance habits are exemplary since he has not missed a day since starting at SCHS as an eighth-grader. He smiled and said, "I may have only missed a couple in elementary."