Posted by Barbara Beagle on Oct 18, 2018
On October 18 Silverdale Rotarians welcomed the first Students of the Month and family members for the 2018-19 school year.  Rotarian Ron Templeton gave a brief overview of Rotary International to the audience and welcomed school staff members to introduce their students. 
Pictured left to right: Isabel Iral, Tanner Weaver, Kate Streck
The best part was hearing from the students themselves – young people with many accomplishments under their belts and already leaders with an enormous drive to make the world a better place.  All three students this month have aspirations to pursue careers in biomedical fields.
Klahowya Secondary School
  • Kate Streck is taking the most rigorous schedule of Advanced Placement (AP) courses available, helps manage the High School Academy Tutor Program which matches students with student tutors, plays soccer competing at the state level, is on the golf team.
  • Tanner Weaver is captain of the football team, is involved in designing sports medicine training programs, plays lacrosse, and tutors middle school students. He aspires to a career in sports medicine
Crosspoint Academy
  • Isabel Iral is the lead editor for the High School year book, co-captain of the swim team competing at state level, member of the National Honor Society, has joined spring break missions to Appalachia to build homes for teachers.  She aspires to be a trauma surgeon while also addressing the aftermath of healing both physically and spiritually.
Congratulations to these very deserving Students of the Month! They were each presented with a letter, plaque, a letter to their parents, and a gift card.