Posted by Jeffrey Brennan on Mar 13, 2019

Student of the Month

At this Wednesday's meeting, we recognized three incredible students for "Leadership Excellence"!

Mikayla Hubbard


Mikayla Hubbard is a senior at Henry M. Jackson High School.  She is both the National Honor Society Co-President and the Associated Student Body President.  She manages to be actively involved in both roles with seemingly endless energy and commitment to both groups.  The number of extra hours she has put in for events and activities is immense.  Mikayla attends many of our school events and participates in quite a few as well.  She is kind, thoughtful, helpful, and truly betters the lives of the people she is with.  Mikayla is, without a doubt, an excellent leader.

Mikayla has applied to ten different colleges and is currently waiting for admission announcements.  Mikayla is interested in pursuing studies in political science and is currently awaiting admission announcements.  Congratulations Mikayla!



Holly Sudol

From  Archbishop Murphy High School, Holly Sudol -  Holly is at the heart of student leadership, and the school. Holly has taken on the role of Communications Liaison for Student Government. As ASB President, she helps arrange assemblies, coordinates participation with both students and faculty/staff, as well as takes charge speaking in front of over 500 people during school gatherings. As a cheer captain for the last two years Holly organizes game plans for every home and away game, as well as scheduling performances for timeouts and quarter changes. Additionally, Holly is a great communicator and works with the band to make sure the show runs smoothly. She is a true leader on the team. She leads through her actions with the team's best interest at heart.

Holly plans to pursue business and communications in college. Congratulations Holly!


Elizabeth Hawks

From  Sno-Isle Tech Skills CenterElizabeth Hawks -  Liz is from Mountlake Terrace High School and participates in the Sno Isle TECH Dental Assisting program.  She is not only an excellent student within her vocational program, she often goes above and beyond. She is the ASB class vice president, president of the Safety Committee for the class.  Liz is the first student ever in the school to set up and carry out a successful blood drive. She planned, got permission from administration, provided permission slips for students, marketed the day and oversaw the successful event with thirty-eight students donating blood that day! Liz surpassed the goal set by Bloodworks who collected the donations and received a scholarship for her work. 
Congratulations Elizabeth!