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October Seniors of the Month Named at Carey

Robert Humrich and Erin Mehr have been recognized as H. Frank Carey’s Seniors of the Month for October.

Robert is a phenomenally impressive senior with an outstanding record of academic, personal and extracurricular achievement. He was recently named a National Merit Commended Scholar, an honor that is awarded to only 3 percent of the country, and has been inducted into the Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society, National Honor Society and the Science and World Language honor societies. His teachers have described him as a dream student and someone who can always be counted on to raise the level of class discussion. A dedicated athlete, he is a valued member of both the varsity football and track teams and was named a football game captain because of his dedication, perseverance and leadership skills. An involved but humble member of his class, Robert can always be found behind the scenes, with a smile on his face, helping in any way he can, whether hanging posters for spirit day or providing peer tutoring for younger students in the building. He is a leader and a role model, and his tremendous character has earned him the respect of his peers, the administration and the faculty.

Erin is one of the most dedicated, friendly and hardworking students in the school. She is simply unstoppable and extremely committed to her involvement in numerous schoolwide activities. This incredibly bright senior is not only a pleasure to have in class but is a top performer in all subjects and earned her memberships into the English, National and World Language honor societies. Erin is a vibrant young lady who has showcased her amazing leadership skills as president of the National Honor Society and director of special events for the 2019 Class Board. Additionally, she is a scholar-athlete, a remarkable leader on the field as captain of the varsity field hockey team and a talented player on the varsity softball and varsity track teams. She is also actively involved in the Carey Clipper, Club Ally, Gender Equality Club, Leadership Physical Education program, Poseidon, Shared Decision-Making Committee and Yearbook Committee. She has made a substantial impact on life at Carey High School with her enthusiasm and incredible work ethic.

 

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