The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club recently recognized its Students of the Month for September and October.
Camryn Chapman, Cascade High School, is involved in school leadership and cheer. She hopes to study psychology at the University of Washington Bothell.
Leila Bandringa, Cascade High School, is a student leader and active in Link Crew and Key Club. The competitive dancer has performed for the Seattle Storm and competed in England. She hopes to major in business and law to become a sports agent.
Joumana Barbakh, Kamiak High School, is in Key Club, National Honor Society and plays soccer. She moved with her family from Egypt when she was 11. She plans to go to medical school, with the goal of becoming a cardiovascular surgeon.
Abheek Chakrabarti, Kamiak High School, is a youth board member of Uttoron, a Bengali nonprofit, and volunteers through National Honor Society. He is widely traveled. He hopes to pursue degrees in computer science and political science.
Jorden Johnson, ACES High School, enjoys riding his longboard and doing tricks on his BMX bike. He stays busy with his schoolwork, plus raising his daughter. He is a mentor and also attends Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center’s welding program.
Nikolas Hammond, ACES High School, loves to make and fix computers and is taking classes at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center to hone his electronic engineering skills. He plans to attend Edmonds Community College next year.
Mary Douglas, Mariner High School, plays in the orchestra and has volunteered for Heifer International. She enjoys bird-watching, and has traveled with her father to study and better understand a variety of birds. She plans to attend college.
Natalie Simbolon, Mariner High School, is a top student and enjoys participating in her church’s youth choir and band. She hopes to attend college and pursue a degree in the sciences or math.
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