Rotary Honors Three Students of the Month for December

In an online meeting, the Rotary Club of Everett today honored three local high school students as December’s 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.
Student of the Month from Everett High School is Madison Johnson. A teacher said “Madison is one of those students who make adults hopeful about the future. She single-handedly pushed this year to put on our Food Drive, despite the fact that our ability to collect was so different and so much harder than any other year due to covid restrictions etc. But Madison was undeterred, and because of her, we collected over 3,000 pounds of food and over $1000 in just two days. But my favorite part of the food drive, was when she saw a homeless person across the street, and immediately put together a small, portable package of the food we’d collected, and walked it over to offer it to that person.”
Sequoia High School’s Student of the Month for December is Max Olsen. Max is a kind, extremely humble, motivated student who strives to do his very best in everything he does.  He enjoys video games, and plans to attend Everett Community College next fall with the goal of transferring to the University of Washington to earn a computer science degree with an emphasis on coding, following his passion for gaming. When his current advisor congratulated him, he said “wow, this means a lot to me.”  And he said to another teacher “I just can’t believe I was chosen.”