AAUW Stanwood-Camano honors outstanding STEM students

The Stanwood-Camano Island Branch of AAUW’s outstanding STEM students from Arlington High School are (from left) Sadie Hollingsworth, technology; Emma Dickson, mathematics; Alexis Zacher, technology; and Olivia Weaver, science. (Contributed photo)

The Stanwood-Camano Island Branch of AAUW’s outstanding STEM students from Arlington High School are (from left) Sadie Hollingsworth, technology; Emma Dickson, mathematics; Alexis Zacher, technology; and Olivia Weaver, science. (Contributed photo)

The AAUW of Stanwood-Camano Island (American Association of University Women) honored 11 junior female students, nominated by their high school faculties, as outstanding in science, technology, engineering and math at their schools. The Arlington, Stanwood and Lakewood high school students were honored May 10.

Arlington: Sadie Hollingsworth, technology; Emma Dickson, mathematics; Alexis Zacher, technology; Olivia Weaver, science

Stanwood: Lindsey Crawford, science; Serena Tierra, mathematics; Mariah Brady, technology

Lakewood: Kimmy Epperson, science; Jade Lundquist, mathematics; Cassidy O’Hara, engineering; Malia Ryder, technology

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