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School winners: Kindergartners sing carols for seniors

  • Danielle Williams

    Danielle Williams

  • Kindergarteners from Cedar Park Christian School's Everett Campus recently caroled at Merrill Gardens Assisted Living in Mill Creek.

    Kindergarteners from Cedar Park Christian School's Everett Campus recently caroled at Merrill Gardens Assisted Living in Mill Creek.

  • The Snohomish Rotary club recently recognized secondary school students as Students of the First Quarter. Students who received recognition included (...

    The Snohomish Rotary club recently recognized secondary school students as Students of the First Quarter. Students who received recognition included (back row, left to right) Dmitriy Chmukh, Eddy Moreno, Alex Sapadin, Grayson Steele, Hans Thoreson, Leah Thomas and Jackson Basque; (front row, left to right) Brianna Ferguson, Anna Smith, Sam Lambert, Sara Steranka and Jackson Stayner.

  • The Snohomish Rotary club recently named AIM High School students Jaycee Counley (left) and Rachel Bruno as Students of the First Quarter.

    The Snohomish Rotary club recently named AIM High School students Jaycee Counley (left) and Rachel Bruno as Students of the First Quarter.

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  • Danielle Williams

    Danielle Williams

  • Kindergarteners from Cedar Park Christian School's Everett Campus recently caroled at Merrill Gardens Assisted Living in Mill Creek.

    Kindergarteners from Cedar Park Christian School's Everett Campus recently caroled at Merrill Gardens Assisted Living in Mill Creek.

  • The Snohomish Rotary club recently recognized secondary school students as Students of the First Quarter. Students who received recognition included (...

    The Snohomish Rotary club recently recognized secondary school students as Students of the First Quarter. Students who received recognition included (back row, left to right) Dmitriy Chmukh, Eddy Moreno, Alex Sapadin, Grayson Steele, Hans Thoreson, Leah Thomas and Jackson Basque; (front row, left to right) Brianna Ferguson, Anna Smith, Sam Lambert, Sara Steranka and Jackson Stayner.

  • The Snohomish Rotary club recently named AIM High School students Jaycee Counley (left) and Rachel Bruno as Students of the First Quarter.

    The Snohomish Rotary club recently named AIM High School students Jaycee Counley (left) and Rachel Bruno as Students of the First Quarter.

Kindergartners sing carols for seniors
Kindergartners from Cedar Park Christian School's Everett Campus recently caroled at Merrill Gardens Assisted Living in Mill Creek.
The children sang, "O Come Little Children," "Jingle Bells" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" among other songs.
They brought cookies and muffins for the residents and caregivers. They also gave residents handmade Christmas cards.
Granite Falls High food drive tops goal
The annual Granite Falls High School Food Drive earlier this month exceeded its goal of gathering 15,000 items and raising $4,500.
Students gathered 20,390 food and personal items, and almost $13,000 in cash and gift card donations. The food drive provided enough food for a month for 120 families and several gifts for 312 children. Enough food was also donated to the local food banks to help another several hundred families
Snohomish Students of Quarter named
The Snohomish Rotary club recently recognized secondary school students at two breakfast meetings. Students from Centennial Middle School, Glacier Peak High School, Snohomish High School and Valley View Middle School heard a presentation by Snohomish Mayor Karen Guzak encouraging community involvement. These students include Jackson Basque, Dmitriy Chmukh, Brianna Ferguson, Sam Lambert, Eddy Moreno, Alex Sapadin, Anna Smith, Jackson Stayner, Grayson Steele, Sara Steranka, Leah Thomas and Hans Thoreson.
Students from AIM High School heard a presentation on overcoming homelessness by Housing Hope manager Nate Greenland. Those students are Rachel Bruno and Jaycee Counley.
Everett student wins Dream Award
Danielle Williams, a recent graduate of Everest College-Everett, has been selected as the college's 2012 Dream Award winner.
Williams earned a diploma after completing the medical assistant program at Everest College-Everett. As a Dream Award winner, Williams will receive a $2,500 Everest College scholarship to pursue an advanced program in her field of study.
While in school, Williams was selected as an Ignite Ambassador, a leadership role extended to select students. Despite breaking her foot, Williams completed the course with a 4.0 grade point average and near-perfect attendance.
Lake Stevens board honors students
Students were recognized by the Lake Stevens School Board as outstanding secondary students at the Nov. 7 School Board meeting.
The October Students of the Month are:
Lake Stevens High School: Kaitlyn Kurisu and Jaylen Pegues, 10th grade; Rylan Huot and Emily Schollenberger, 11th grade; and Tanya Richmond and Kyle Zellers, 12th grade.
Cavelero Mid High School: Cameron Decker and Zoey Gonzales, eighth grade; and Dante Lewis and Selena Vergara-Valdez, ninth grade.
Lake Stevens Middle School: Ian Johnston and Kelsey Thorp, sixth grade; and Jessica Bigney and Zane Dodge, seventh grade.
North Lake Middle School: Adaline Johnston and Matthew VanGinneken, sixth grade; Jade Guillory and Jacob Headland, seventh grade.
To submit items, contact reporter Amy Daybert: 425-339-3491; adaybert@heraldnet.com or email newstips@heraldnet.com.


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