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It's About Community: Pam & Dave Moreton

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Our school district is so successful partially because of the tremendous involvement of our community. And the community is involved in so many ways – from diligent parents helping their children with homework, to classroom volunteers helping students extend their learning to our school support organizations raising money for student athletes and artists. Dave and Pam Moreton have been all of these and so much more. Married since 1986, they have lived in Fairfax together for over 20 years.

“When we moved back to the district, it was the only place we looked at where the kids could walk to school. Little did we know at the time, that we would watch our children play on the same fields where I used to play,” said David.

David attended school in the district from kindergarten until he graduated from Mariemont High School in 1982, and Pam attended school in the district from second grade until she graduated in 1978. David served on the Mariemont School Board of Education from 2002 until 2006 and they both served on the Athletics Booster board from 2005 until 2014. Their three children also graduated from Mariemont High School: Davey (2008), Emily (2011) and Abby (2014).

David has been announced girls varsity sporting events since 2008. “I always thought it would be cool to do the announcing and then to do it for our daughters' games was really cool. I thought it was important for the girls to have someone consistent that would be there most of the time to announce their games. It was such an honor for me to announce those games.”

David and Pam love their community and feel grateful to have their children grow up here.

“It’s such a small community – everyone knows everyone, for better or for worse. The opportunities that the Mariemont City School District provides have given our children the chance to expand their horizons. The schools also offer the community stability. Everyone knows that if you attend school here, you get a good education and a lot of opportunity. The district’s good reputation is also good for the community, and in turn, the community knows that the schools are good schools and they can rely on them.”

David and Pam do not plan on moving out of the district any time soon.

“We like our small, quaint, safe community. It’s a great place to raise a family. And the kids have met so many other kids and have made good friends,” said Pam. “Even though we don’t have kids in the school district any more, we like to go to games to watch the kids play and to cheer them on with other people in our community. We love homecoming and selling split the pot. Every year I say it’s going to be my last year, but I’m going on six years now. I love doing it because it gave me an excuse to go around, talk to people and collect money for a good cause.”

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