Rotary Honors Three as November Students of the Month

In an in-person meeting, the Rotary Club of Everett on November 15, 2022 honored three local high school students as Rotary Students of the Month.
Each month during the school year the club recognizes outstanding high school students in the city of Everett for their accomplishments and their promise.
Everett High Student of the Month is Derek Olson, chosen for his academic achievements, his involvement in leadership, his participation, his commitment to making Everett High a school to be proud of, and for the kind of person he is. With his 3.9 GPA, a varsity letter in three sports and time as a student leader, Derek was selected as a Washington State University Regents Scholar nominee. One of his advanced placement teachers said “Derek is just a solidly good human in every possible way. He's the kind of young person parents hope their children become.” 
Cascade High Student of the Month is Cristobal Miranda, an incredibly bright young man who is genuine and kind, a hard worker and true scholar. “In one word, Cristobal is a ROCKSTAR!” said his computer science teacher. “He has the potential to go as far as he wants in the coding profession. Coding is problem solving, extrapolation, and having the mindset to accept challenges and try things you've never done before.  Cristobal thrives at all of these things. He is incredibly bright.” 
Student of the Month from Sequoia High is Laura Infante.  Laura is a beam of light around Sequoia who has grown personally and academically. She is focused on her schoolwork and excited to be graduating this month. Her son is her motivation to continue her education and she plans to pursue an elementary education pathway. She knows the sky is the limit. One staff member said Laura “portrays a good attitude and willingness to learn and shows genuine interest and kindness to others.”