Molly Kerr and Ben Hodges were 2 of 15 athletes selected from across the state for the NCHSAA Heart of a Champion Award. Molly received her award in Durham on Saturday, April 12th. Ben will receive his at the Erwin Athletic Banquet in May. Click on the link to find out more about NCHSSA.
Sarah Horn won the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) award for the Ruth Davidson Chapter. “This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. These students are selected by their teachers and peers because they demonstrate these qualities to an outstanding degree.” Sarah was recognized at a local meeting with a plaque. Congratulations to Sarah! Click on link for more information about DAR and the DAR Good Citizen’s Award.
National Library Week was April 13th -19th. Erwin High School's Media Center celebrated National Library Week by giving away free books to staff and students. Students and staff came come by daily (4/14-4/18) and registerd to win free books. To see the 2014 Library Appreciation winners click on the above link.
Twelve Erwin High FCCLA students competed in Greensboro in Students Taking Action with Recognition at the FCCLA 2014 North Carolina Leadership Meeting. All twelve students won first place in their STAR event and will be competing on the national level. Click on link for more information.
Rising ninth graders and their families will be registering for high school courses March 24th - 27th. Students are asked to attend an evening based upon their last name. If families need the assistance of an interpreter they should come on the 24th. Click on link for schedule.
Meritor, a Fletcher, NC based manufacturing facility donated $1000 form the Meritor Trust Fund in support of Erwin High School. Richard Robinson from Meritor presented the donation to Erika Corn, Student Body President and Dr. Brown, Principal. Thanks to Meritor for their support of Erwin High School.
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