A first team All-Central League and All-Main Line field hockey player, and the Rams' Most Valuable Player for the third year in a row, the senior center midfielder and captain was a fine all-around performer this past fall, not only controlling the midfield but scoring four goals in just 11 games and dishing out several assists. Harriton field hockey head coach Jessika Hoh said, "Ashton has phenomenal field awareness – she knows when to play offensively vs defensively." A versatile athlete, Odiorne is a three-year starter on the Harriton girls' lacrosse squad. Next fall, Odiorne will play field hockey for the University of North Carolina.
Students and staff throughout the District honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by engaging in a variety of socially distant community service projects.
The junior volleyball standout enjoyed a stellar season finishing among the league leaders in kills and earning First Team All-Central League honors.
Supt. Copeland shares information about how LMSD is honoring Dr. King through community service.
The Harriton and Lower Merion music departments will be hosting virtual open houses on Tuesday, January 26 and Wednesday, January 27, respectively, each beginning at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. While the programs are geared towards eighth graders and their families, all are welcome to attend.