Enumclaw Rotary Club ‘Students of the Month’

The Enumclaw Rotary Club recognized a trio of high school seniors as their “Students of The Month” during the club’s Jan. 15 meeting.

  • Thursday, February 12, 2015 1:58pm
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The Enumclaw Rotary Club recognized a trio of high school seniors as their “Students of The Month” during the club’s Jan. 15 meeting.

Kristin Sturdivan, daughter of Shannon and Stan Nielson of Buckley, was one of two recipients from White River High School. While taking Advanced Placement classes, she maintains a 3.6 grade-point average. She participates in FFA, turns out for the White River volleyball and basketball teams and works in the school’s Learning Development Center.

She is considering attending Pacific Lutheran University this fall to study environmental science and also play basketball.

Kacy Coyle, daughter of Deborah and Thomas Coyle of Buckley, was a second recipient from White River High School. A National Honor Society Member who takes AP classes, she has a 3.94 GPA. She is in the high school leadership class, was a captain of the cross country team and dances with a local ballet company.

She will be auditioning to attend a ballet conservatory or ballet training program in the fall.

Jessica Rimer, daughter of Amy and Jeremy Rimer of Enumclaw, was the recipient from Enumclaw High School. A strong academic student, she has taken six Advanced Placement classes and has a 3.96 GPA. She plays the cello in the high school orchestra and with Magic Strings, has played on the high school tennis team and is an active leader in her church.

She is planning on attending Northwest Nazarene University in the fall to pursue a career in nursing.



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