The Rotary Club of Everett on Nov. 13 honored Cascade High School student Maia Taber (from left), Sequoia High School student Meghan Browne, and Everett High School student McKenna Reed as Rotary Students of the Month. (Contributed photo)

The Rotary Club of Everett on Nov. 13 honored Cascade High School student Maia Taber (from left), Sequoia High School student Meghan Browne, and Everett High School student McKenna Reed as Rotary Students of the Month. (Contributed photo)

Everett Rotary honors three Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Everett on Nov. 13 honored three teens as its Students of the Month.

Everett High School’s McKenna Reed helped manage the school’s food drive and plans a career in software engineering, eventually gaining an MBA degree.

Cascade High School’s Maia Taber is a member of the National Honor Society and is senior class treasurer. She aims for a career in architecture and environmental design.

Sequoia High School’s Meghan Browne is 4H club vice president and plans to attend Washington State University to earn a nursing degree.

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