RUMFORD — Kristin Arsenault has been selected Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen for the 2015 class at Mountain Valley High School, Principal Matt Gilbert announced at a recent schoolwide assembly.

Gilbert and the MVHS faculty selected Arsenault for the award.

The selection is based on dependability, including truthfulness, loyalty and punctuality; service, including cooperation, courtesy and consideration of others; leadership, including personality, self-control and ability to assume responsibility; and patriotism, including unselfish interest in family, school, community and nation.

As MVHS’s candidate, Arsenault is now qualified to compete in division and national competition for scholarships.

Arsenault is a member of several organizations, including the National Honor Society, Student Council, fall play and the spring musical. She was the founder of MVHS’s Room For Improv-ment. She also volunteers at the Mexico Public Library.

Throughout her high school career, Arsenault has won many classroom awards. She has also challenged herself academically by taking all honors, gifted and talented and advanced placement classes.

Arsenault has applied for early decision at Barnard College in New York City to major in English.

She is the daughter of Carrie and John Arsenault of Mexico.


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