Posted by Jeffrey Brennan on Mar 17, 2018

Student of the Month

At our March 15th meeting, we recognized two students of the month for outstanding achievement in "Leadership Ability."

Grace Siemering

Our Student of the Month from Henry M. Jackson High School is Grace Siemering.  Grace is a senior who is recognized for her service and her leadership.  Recently recognized as a Super Kid by the Everett Herald, Grace has left her fingerprints on the student culture.  She has served in leadership roles in Girl Scouts, as a camp counselor, and YoungLife.  She is also a Link Crew Commissioner, organizing other juniors and seniors to create events that help new freshman get connected with the school.  She has helped plan assemblies and homecoming, and she organized a "week of giving." Grace leads by example through serving others, and she continually seeks out new challenges that inspire her to become even better.


Grace looks forward to attending Gonzaga University next fall with aspirations of enrolling In the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program. Congratulations Grace!


Anjelica de Leon

Anjelica de Leon ("AJ") is our January Student of the Month from  Archbishop Murphy High School. AJ is a leader through and through. AJ has been an active member of the AMHS community. She has been on the student council her sophomore and junior years and was an elected ASB member her senior year. She has also been a member of the varsity soccer team all four years and became captain her senior year.
AJ is an All-Star Ambassador for Healthier Generation, an organization dedicated to educating students on healthy nutritional habits and living out healthy lives. AJ is also a Youth Advisory Board member for Buddy Project, an organization that aims to prevent suicide and self-harm by pairing teens with buddies and raising awareness for mental health. Finally, AJ dedicates time to volunteer at Camp Patterson, a summer camp for children who are disabled or have special needs. 
AJ is currently applying to schools and is interested in the areas of Social Work and Marketing/Communications with a strong emphasis on non-profit organizations. Congratulations AJ!