Rotary Honors Six as Students of the Month for February and March

The Rotary Club of Everett on March 19th honored six high school students in Everett as Rotary Students of the Month for February and March. Bad weather in February forced postponement of that month’s ceremonies.
Each month the club recognizes outstanding local high school students for their accomplishments and their promise.
Cascade High School’s student of the month for February is Camryn Kloes, who has a passion for the environment and for special need students. She plans to study environmental science and special education at Western Washington University.
Cascade High’s March Student of the Month is Cole Anderson, the voice of Cascade. His enthusiasm carries over as a cheerleader for the past 3 years and as a member of the leadership class this year. He too plans to attend Western.
Everett High School’s February Student of the Month is Kimberly Placido.  She is an AVID student and leader in the black student union and international student clubs who helped coordinate one of the best Martin Luther King Day assemblies to date.
Everett High’s Student of the Month for March is Holly Kusler, the school’s ASB President. Holly plans to study English at Liberty University in Virginia and work as a teacher.
Sequoia High School’s February Student of the Month is Fernanda Perez Vasquez, who carries a full load of classes each term, works every weekend and cares for her two-year-old daughter. She plans to study medicine at Everett Community College and ultimately become a doctor. 
Sequoia’s March Student of the Month is Justis Billsborough. On top of all of Justis’s school work, he works many hours each week and enjoys drawing in his spare time.