Five EHS students receive Superintendent's Award

Five Enumclaw High students have been recognized for the tireless work they performed to help bring Rachel's Challenge to Enumclaw.

District Superintendent Mike Nelson for the first time presented Superintendent's Awards to the group. His presentation came during the March 19 meeting of the Enumclaw School Board.

Honored were four seniors – Ryan Chynoweth, Michelle McKinlay, Sara Mongrain and Tyler Salsbury – along with Conner Wells. Wells, a junior, is the student representative to the school board.

Nelson said the group "worked nonstop" for months, both at school and in the community, to help make Rachel's Challenge a success. The effort, which promotes individual acts of kindness as a way to achieve a more civil society, culminated earlier this month will a celebration at Pete's Pool.

Nelson presented each student with a medal – which will be worn during graduation ceremonies – commemorating their involvement with the Rachel's Challenge effort.

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