Issaquah Rotary Club honors Liberty students

May 6, 2011

By Staff

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The Rotary Club of Issaquah recently honored the following seniors as its students of the month for March.


Forrest Hurley

  • School: Liberty High School
  • Category of recognition: physical education
  • Parent: Jennene Hurley
  • Sponsoring teacher: Emily Corley
  • Achievements: lacrosse team captain (two years); varsity athletic letters (track, football)
  • Activities: FCA president, Link Crew, Associated Student Body Spirit director
  • Interests: history, aviation
  • Hobbies: lacrosse, pole vault, snowboarding, football
  • Future goals: undecided about educational goals; become a pilot


Jessica Warren

  • School: Liberty High School
  • Category of recognition: pre-vocational
  • Parents: Phyllis and Robert Warren
  • Sponsoring teachers: Nancy Montgomery, Pamela Juretic, Debbie Sutton and Andy Fickert
  • Achievements: 3.714 grade point average; first place Pro Start Restaurant Management Competition
  • Activities: three years of culinary arts; Culinary Arts Management Team (2009); volunteer for catering events
  • Hobbies: reading, movies, collecting records
  • Outside school affiliations: Wilton’s cake classes
  • Future goals: Renton Tech for baking/candy making; professional baker

Newcastle students named to UW dean’s list

These students from the Newcastle area have been named to the dean’s list at the University of Washington for the winter quarter:

Dylan Bussone, Lauren Colyer, Bernard Ellouk, Jaroslava Gurthova, Diana Hu, Victoria Hupf, Dylane Jacobs, Rebecca Lau, Mary Lebeau, Kendrick Lentini, Jessica Li, Jiaqi Liang, Meng-Ching Liang, Paul Nichols, Brandon Nudelman, Laura Pattison, Jeremy Powers, Anisha Prasad, Rebecca Queitzsch, Joshua Smithrud, Alyssa Spencer, Teodora Stoica, Emily Strom, Dennis Tat, Nathan Tat, Diem To, Sam Trautman, Nichole Tyler, Solomon Waldbaum and James Wang.

To qualify, students must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.5.


Rotary Club of Renton honors Hazen student

Michelle Wnek, a senior at Hazen High School, was recently honored as the Rotary Club of Renton’s student of the month.

While maintaining a 3.6 grade point average, Wnek has been involved in National Honor Society, Key Club (vice president), orchestra, drama, Hazen Happenings (public relations office) and Ignite.

Wnek also participates in cross country and basketball and is the captain of the track and field team. She has received varsity letters, a sportsmanship award and Top Newcomer Award for basketball, and a scholar athlete award.

In addition, she received first place in the school’s science fair.

Wnek works part time at Osh Kosh B’gosh and volunteers with Newcastle Weed Warriors, Cross Country Running Club and Saint Matthews Community Program.

Wnet plans to attend the University of Washington to study politics and international studies. She is interested in becoming an ambassador or diplomat.

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