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It's About Tradition: Erin

Erin (Class of 2020)

Student achievement is a tradition here at Mariemont City Schools, and Erin embodies this tradition perfectly. In 6th grade, she received an award for achieving the all-time record for the number of books read (someone stopped counting at 130) and words written (countless) in one school year. “Her work ethic is unparalleled,” says teacher Sheryl Melvin.

Erin has received countless awards in her tenure as a student thus far: Art Achievement Certificate in Visual Arts, Achievement Award in Sportsmanship, honor roll, the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence.  She has received accolades for being a distinguished musician in band and has participated in Continental Math League.

As an established musician, Erin will play you “The Black Forest Polka” on the piano or maybe you’d rather hear her perform Frozen’s “Let It Go” on the flute. She has also competed at the state level in swimming the backstroke and freestyle.

In her free time, Erin reads, hikes, kayaks, draws, creek walks and hangs out with other kids in the neighborhood.

“I like the thought of having Warrior Bell – I think it’s a great opportunity to work with other people that I might not get the chance to otherwise and it gives us the freedom to get creative with our learning. Junior high is a whole new experience.”

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