The following are the Edmonds School District’s students of the month for January.
Edmonds-Woodway High School
Parents’ names: Victoria Adams and Steve Greene;
Clubs: VIP and Racquetball, Volunteered at Husky Stadium to raise money for prom;
Honors: International Baccalaureate English and History, AP Statistics, Pre-IB Spanish 5-6, Award for Fundamentals of Technology;
Community service: VIP: volunteering at Chase Lake Elementary helping children with homework;
Future plans: Attend a four-year college or university in Washington, California or New York. To run my own business or become the general manager of a major league baseball team.
Parents’ names: Sherri and Doug Hortin;
Clubs: Link Crew Leader, Freshman Class Appointed Officer;
Athletics: Cheer, Drill team, Varsity Cross Country, dance;
Honors: Cheer Captain 2005-2006, International Baccalaureate Student, National Honor Society, Most Inspirational Drill 2004, Most Team Spirit Drill 2004;
Community service: During Spring Break 2005, went to Tijuana, Mexico with UPC to build houses for the less fortunate;
Future plans: Attend a four-year college or university in Washington then medical school to become a pediatrician.
Lynnwood High School
Parent’s name: Roxanne Harrison;
Clubs: Link Crew, Peer Mediator, ASB Historian, Junior Class Executive Board;
Athletics: Varsity Fastpitch;
Honors: National Honor Society, Homecoming Queen 2005, History Student of the Year 2004, Most Inspirational for softball in 2005;
Future plans: Attend University of Washington, Major in Political Science and French, Minor in English. Attend Grad School at Willamette University then become lobbyist in Washington, D.C., or a political analyst.
Parent’s name: Jean Olson;
Clubs: Bowling club, LINK Crew, Freshman Student Council;
Athletics: Golf, tennis;
Honors: Honor Roll, Sportsmanship Award-2005 3A state boys golf championship, Two-time golf team captain, Foreign Language Student of the semester 9th grade;
Community service: Junior Achievement Volunteer, Run To Win Camp Counselor, Greater Seattle Classic Volunteer, Organizing a charity golf tournament with all net proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society, held April 9, 2006. Please visit my Web site at www.communityyarncreations.org/golf.html;
Future plans: Double major in Business Admin and Marketing. Become PGA Golf Class A teaching professional or professional poker player.
Meadowdale High School
Parents’ names: Tammie and Eric Olds;
Clubs: National Honor Society, ASB freshman and junior class representative, LINK Crew;
Athletics: Softball and volleyball;
Honors: Received math and history honors;
Community service: Coached 7th grade softball at Meadowdale Middle School last season, tutored students at Meadowdale Middle School after school;
Future plans: Attend a local community college and then transfer to the Woodring College of Education at Everett to become a 5th or 6th grade teacher at a local elementary school.
Parents’ names: Mike and Karen Rohrbach;
Clubs: National Honor Society, SADD, Student Ambassadors of the United Nations, ASB class representative;
Athletics: Volleyball, basketball;
Honors: Honors Geometry, Honors world civilization, Honors English (02-03) Honors Algebra, Honors English (03-04) AP English, Honors Pre-Calculus (04-05), Most Improved (basketball 02-03), Captain (volleyball 04-05, 05-06), Captain (basketball 04-05, 05-06), Most Valuable Player (volleyball 05-06);
Community service: Run To Win Outreach (coached at kids’ sports camps in the summer) Lynndale Elementary Auction (05-06);
Future plans: Major in Elementary Education with a minor in Sports Medicine and become a 3rd grade teacher. I would also like to coach high school sports.
Parents’ names: Colleen Penick and Mitch Allen;
Clubs: LINK Crew;
Athletics: Cross country, track;
Honors: Honor Society Freshmen and Sophomore years, Most Improved for Cross Country in 2003 and 2004, Most Improved for Track in 2004, Captains Award for Cross Country in 2005, Coach’s Award for Cross Country in 2005;
Future plans: Graduate from University of California, Irvine and major in computer science.
Mountlake Terrace High School
Parents’ names: Willie and Ronnie Rowland;
Clubs: ASB Senior vice president;
Athletics: Volleyball, softball, basketball;
Honors: Volleyball Junior Varsity MVP, Varsity Most Improved, Varsity 110% award;
Community service: Coached volleyball team;
Future plans: One year at North Seattle Community College then Clark College in Atlanta.
Scriber Lake High School
Parents’ names: Tara Noble and Doug Noble;
Community Service: Built arbors and sidewalks on campus, heads campus recycling program;
Future Plans: Graduating in June 2006 and plans on going to Seattle Central CC for the carpentry program.
Parents’ names: Tammy Richardson and Richard Richardson;
Community Service: Enrolled in Workforce Development Center;
Future Plans: Attend college to major in business administration.