The Rotary Club of Everett on Dec. 18 honored Everett High School student Zenaida Zabalza, Cascade High School student Lilyanna Sullivan and Sequoia High School Student Taylor Patrick as Rotary Students of the Month. (Contributed photo)

The Rotary Club of Everett on Dec. 18 honored Everett High School student Zenaida Zabalza, Cascade High School student Lilyanna Sullivan and Sequoia High School Student Taylor Patrick as Rotary Students of the Month. (Contributed photo)

3 named Everett Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Everett on Dec. 18 honored three Everett teens as Students of the Month.

Everett High School student Zenaida Zabalza is a member of the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program and is taking three college-level Advanced Placement courses. She plans to pursue a nursing career after studying at Washington State University.

Cascade High School student Lilyanna Sullivan is a member of the Interact Club. She plans to attend Western Washington University and become a special education teacher.

Sequoia High School student Taylor Patrick will graduate early this year. She plans to pursue a teaching career.

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