The Edmonds School District CTE Leadership and Achievement Awards banquet on June 6 honored juniors and seniors in career and technical education programs. (Contributed photo)

The Edmonds School District CTE Leadership and Achievement Awards banquet on June 6 honored juniors and seniors in career and technical education programs. (Contributed photo)

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  • Tue Jun 28th, 2016 11:55am
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AAUW branches honor STEM students

The Stanwood-Camano American Association of University Women on May 12 honored 10 high school junior female students who were nominated by their high school faculties as outstanding in the STEM fields of study.

Arlington: Aysia Brenner, Elizabeth Burnham, Jaynee Dauz, Emily Mann

Stanwood: Marina Hutchinson, Teagan Miller, Brooke VanSant

Lakewood: Daryan Freeman, Abigail Graf, Jenna Melton

The Everett AAUW also recently honored 12 students.

Cascade: Christine Huynh, Katherine Helmcke, Tyler-Marie Van Fossen

Everett: Christina Blackman, Rowan Wells-Edwards, Christina Durr

Jackson: Amelia Leong, Nicole Limberg, Andrea Koozer

Sequoia: Allegra Braund, Athena Tseng, Rebekah Garland

CTE students honored in Edmonds

The Edmonds School District CTE Leadership and Achievement Awards banquet on June 6 honored juniors and seniors in career and technical education programs. Students were selected by teachers and approved by members of an advisory committee.

“With nearly 1,500 students in CTE courses yearly, it is quite an honor to be selected for this award,” said Amanda Ralston, a district spokeswoman.

Honored students: Janis Trent, Bella Rardin, Jennifer Scoggins, Erica Phelps, Mallori Bidondo, Peter Tsanev, Jaqueline Flores-Barranco, Sabrina Dejesus, Austin Causer, Hannah Hepler, Kaylee Putrick, Elizabeth Edwards, Zayne Knapp, George Kourdahi, Jerome DeGuzman, Alaine Nguyen, Kurt Stine, Kristin Yim, Jessica Phung, Lennard Alcid, Hazel Cramer, Lily Herbert, Leila Mengesha, Paxtyn Merten, Bracken Hibbard, Sintya Guzman, Skylar Schank, Natalie Sutton, Nikki Luedtke, Kassidy Buslach, Abby Culver, Clela Blacker, Zac Suh, Kyle Henderson

Farm Bureau scholarship

The Snohomish County Farm Bureau has awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Snohomish High School graduate Chase Goetz.

South Everett Rotary Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club recently named Students of the Month: Genieva McPherren (ACES), Amber Ivey (ACES), Aleia Coleman (ACES), Katie Clark (Kamiak), Meranda Pham (Cascade).

Mukilteo staff honored

Ann Freemon, an English teacher at Mariner High School, and Lois Beck, a paraeducator at Columbia Elementary School, were the winners of the second semester Lighthouse Award, the highest honor that can be bestowed on a Mukilteo School District employee.

Terrace teacher highlighted by Rotary

Cathy Johannes, a teacher for 26 years at Mountlake Terrace Elementary School, was named the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club Educator of the Month for May.

“Cathy is affectionately known as ‘The Queen’ at Mountlake Terrace Elementary. This is built on the respect she has earned from every one of us,” Principal Doug Johnson said.

Larson accepted into scholars society

Peyton Larson of Monroe has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an invitation-only interdisciplinary honors group for first- and second-year college students. Larson, who graduated from Monroe High School in 2015, now attends Central Washington University.

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