In an online meeting, the Rotary Club of Everett today honored three local high school students as November’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.
Sequoia High School’s Student of the Month for November is Jasmin Rivas-Pacheco. Jasmin is an incredibly driven student, her advisor reports, and is proactive, passionate and willing to help anyone at any time. She plans to graduate early, in February, and attend Central Washington University, where she will study education with an emphasis in art, as she has a dream of being an art teacher.  
Student of the Month from Everett High School is Caroline Sontra. Her advisor says that Caroline shows up early and stays late, and she dexterously balances assertiveness, strength, and courage with flexibility, empathy, openness to feedback and grace. Everything she touches—a project, an assignment, a group she works with—is better, stronger and sparkling with good, because of her touch. She plans to study biology at Northwest University in Kirkland, and become a veterinarian.
Cascade High School’s November Student of the Month is Aashna Singh. Aashna has been a class officer or an ASB officer during her four years at Cascade. Her advisor says Aashna has been involved in National Honor Society, Link Crew, Interact Club, and chair of the Cascade High School Food Drive. She has been active through her youth group, neighborhood service, community planting events and Comcast Cares Days.