Marysville Getchell presents Senior Awards to Class of 2016

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell High School Senior Awards for the Class of 2016 June 1 saw several students returning to the stage multiple times to collect awards.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell High School Senior Awards for the Class of 2016 June 1 saw several students returning to the stage multiple times to collect awards.

Marysville Rotary scholarships were dispensed to Lorraine Abagatnan, Theresa Ambat, Leonor Bejarano, Paul Bui, Isreal Cabadas, Donald (Kona) Farry, Jordan Lockwood, Joshua Nye, Amariczi Cano Soriano and Cameron Wagstaff.

Soroptimist International recognized not only Abagatnan, Ambat and Bejarano, but also Ruth Bas, McKenna Fink, Kristin Nehring, Ahlijah Nelson and Kaitlynn Phung as its monthly winners.

Marysville Kiwanis recognized not only Ferry and Wagstaff, but also Colin Downey, Lyndon Gonzalez, Joshua James, Taylor Koellmer, Jacob Omer and Kyle Probst as its monthly candidates.

James and Madyson Larson received the Juan Mendoza Memorial Scholarship, while Ambat received the Knights of Columbus Scholarship.

Marina Ciferri was the recipient of the April Friesner Memorial Scholarship, and Phung received a Snohomish County United Way Youth Varsity Letter in Community Service, along with John Nguyen.

Monserrat Morales Miranda joined Bas, Bui and Nye in receiving Washington State Opportunity STEM & Health Pathway scholarships.

The Kent Coulter/Windsor Main Scholarship went to Kaitlin Shane, while the Philanthropic Educational Organization Scholarship went to Christina Bileau. Lockwood earned a National Merit Letter of Commendation.

Kyla Vanhorn and Troy Woodruff were named Charger Athletes of the Year, while Brandi Baker and Thomas Lindgren were named Charger Scholar Athletes of the Year. The WIAA Cliff Gillies Athlete Award went to Baker, Lindgren and Woodruff.

The Everett Community College Academic Excellence Award went to students whose counselors selected them to receive their first year’s tuition, or approximately $2,700. They included not only Bas and Soriano, but also Ashley Cullen and Jesse Gomez Villa.

Washington State Honors, for students in the top 10 percent of this year’s statewide graduating class, went to Thomas Appel, Jacob Lawrence, Michael Reeves, John Smith, Alyssa Thompson and Minham Tran, as well as Bas, Downey, Lindgren, Lockwood and Wagstaff.

The Washington State Principals’ Award for Academic Excellence, for the top 5 percent of students in each school’s graduating class, went to Abagatnan, Ambat, Bas, Cullen, Downey, Fink, Gonzales, Larsen, Lawrence, Lindgren, Lockwood, Probst, Reeves and Thompson, as well as Peiyi (Bailey) Chen, Josh Dukleth, Mathew Ircink, David Quang and Vita Ponomarenko.

President’s Education Awards for Educational Excellence went to Abagatnan, Ambat, Appel, Baker, Bas, Bui, Cullen, Downey, Farry, Gonzales, Ircink, Lawrence, Lindgren, Lockwood, Phung, Probst, Quang, Reeves, Smith, Thompson, Tran, Wagstaff and Woodruff, as well as Sasha Bean, Arjun Cheema, Marina Ciferri, Grace Devos, Dylan Kaminski, Jakob Kazmierczak, Cassylee Mead, David Petrenko, Samual Sharaf and Veronica Thind.

President’s Education Awards for Educational Achievement went to Chen, Fink, Koellmer, Nehring, Nye and Omer, as well as Maryam Amin, Sam Anderson, Cecilia Angel, Taylor Cerra, Tyler Dukleth, Michael Hall, Brandi Kirk, Hugo Leiva Jr., Eli Lopez, Hunter O’Rourke, Alexandria Page and Sadale Penafuerte.

In the Faculty Awards category, Bejarano and Nye won for the Academy of Construction and Engineering, Baker and Lockwood for the Bio-Med Academy, Abagatnan and Farry for the International School of Communications, and Nehring and Probst for the School for the Entrepreneur.

Reeves and Downey are the respective valedictorian and salutatorian for ACE.

Bas and Quang are the valedictorian and salutatorian for Bio-Med.

ISC’s valedictorians are Abagatnan and Ambat, and its salutatorian is Cullen.

For SFE, the valedictorian is Lawrence and the salutatorian is Thompson.

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