Rotary Honors Three as Students of the Month for February

The Rotary Club of Everett on February 11 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.
Sequoia High School’s student of the month is Mackenzie Roberts. MacKenzie consistently passes all her classes, has great attendance and, on top of everything else, is an incredible mother. Most weeks MacKenzie works full time. She finished her high school requirements early and is involved in YoungLives. This past summer she really enjoyed her time at camp with the staff and her toddler, Emma, who’s a fashion icon around Sequoia. Mackenzie’s next step is to study at Everett Community College.
Everett High’s February student of the month is Sheska Julien. Sheska is the sparkle in campus and in her AVID class. With her pompoms in hand, she is the light of her school’s cheer team and one of the greatest friends on campus, always ready to care for and encourage others. She plans to study clinical psychology at Eastern Washington University.
Cascade High School’s student of the month is Jaxon Roberts, a very energetic Bruin. Tennis, swim, golf, ASB treasurer, leadership, the food drive, Interact Club, and the Cascade Cheer Stunt Team are a few of his activities. Jaxon is also involved with community groups, along with working as a lifeguard, teaching swimming and coaching a swim team. He plans to attend college in California, go to law school in New York and pursue a career in politics.