School winners

Lakewood teens send ‘snowflakes’ to Sandy Hook

Lakewood High School math students cut out more than 1,000 snowflakes that were then sent to Newton, Conn., to decorate Sandy Hook Elementary School’s new home in what had been a vacant middle school.

An online call went out earlier suggesting the snowflake activity as a way to show support for the Sandy Hook students and staff after the shootings there Dec. 14 that killed 26 people.

Rotary honors Kamiak senior

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club named Amanda Dahl its Student of the Month for November.

Amanda, a senior at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, was described as a well-rounded student with a 3.98 GPA.

Along with being an advanced placement scholar with honors, Amanda is a member of the dance team and is an academic coach for younger students at nearby schools. She also volunteers at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.

Amanda hopes to study either premedicine or biology with goal of becoming a doctor.

Teachers earn coveted credential

Teachers from Snohomish County school districts who earned National Board Certification in 2012 from the nonprofit National Board for Professional Teaching Standards:

Arlington: Kristi Pedersen and Lisa Sorestad.

Edmonds: Alecia Aillaud, Nancy Chang, Peter Folta, Patricia Hathaway, Janice Maxson, Kathryn Mcgreenery, Juli-Ann Moe, Christine Oakshott, Lisa Shearer, Corey Thomas, Christine Velin and Alisa Winkler.

Everett: Mary Ashley, Rebecca French, Jaime Klontz, Keri Lindsey, Crystal Moore, Corinne Panchot, Karen Price, Andrew Sevald, Sarah Simon, Kimberley Slavens, Kaja Smith, Sheryl Templora, Stephanie Van Driel, Tracy Webber and Jeniffer Weber.

Granite Falls: Ryan Michalisin and Michael Newton.

Lake Stevens: Rebecca Coats and Neil Proff.

Marysville: Jeanette Ashley, Deanna Hollstein, Carroll Knapp, Shelley Lima and Star Miller.

Monroe: Samuel Adams, Pamela Duncan, Lauren Manegold and Theresa Williams.

Mukilteo: Kelly Booth, Kathleen Davis, Theresa Decocq, Michelle Hammons and Allison Oyster.

Northshore (Bothell): Melissa Barham, Melissa Barton, Christina Berg, Sarah Marie Boerner, Heidi Bush, Rachel Endelman, Corinne Geballe, Amanda Rainwater, Amanda Sympson and Michelle Taylor.

Snohomish: Elsa Ihrie and Jennifer Klovdahl.

Stanwood: Ella Blackwood.

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