Student of the Year
Rotary Students of the Year are now being chosen and presented at our weekly Rotary meeting. School faculty of the 5th and 8th grades of all of our local schools select the recipients of this citizenship award. These outstanding students have demonstrated Rotary’s values of Service Above Self and have met the criteria of the Rotary Four-Way Test. Academic performance is an additional consideration.
Each student will receive a tag to go on their school’s Rotary Student of the Year plaque as well as a certificate for their home to mark this fine achievement. They will also be receiving a bag of donated goodies, including a 9-inch Polaroid tablet computer tablet.
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January 27 Student of the Year is Owen Boersma, a fifth grade student At Highland Elementary School. His parents are Jennifer and Travis Boersma. Owen will be introduced by his principal George Personius.
January 17 Student of the Year is Chloe DeCourcey. Chloe is a fifth grade student at Manzamota Elementary School. Her parents are Dana and Jess DeCourcey. Chloe was introduced by her principal Renee Hults.
January 10 Student of the Year is Chloe Daywitt. Chloe is a fifth grade student at Allendale Elementary School. Her parents are Suzanne and Evan Daywitt. Chloe was introduced by her principal Jake Musser.
January 3 Student of the Year is Angel Sandoval. Angel is a fifth grade student at Madrona Elementary School. His parents are Beatriz Lopez and Jamie Aguilar Angel was introduced by his principal Miranda Carpenter.