Alice Rosi-Marshall Receives Recognition

[PIC] MHS Sophmore Alice Rosi-MarshallStudents who submitted entries to this year's "Writing about Place" imagined being trees, super heros, statues, and more.  They shared personal connections to urban parks and formal gardens, mansions and mountains,"  said Scott Keller, acting director of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. 

"Their writing reminds us that our region is full of places that provide solace and inspiration, shaping our identities and sense of community."

Alice Rosi-Marshall, a Sophomore, received recognition for her poem "Stone Faced," submitted by English teacher Maureen Ackerman.