Students of Month for Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale high schools

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Edmonds School District high schools have named their Students of the Month for September. Here are the students from our area:
Edmonds-Woodway High
Jack Jacobs
Mother’s Name: Lee Lang Aw
Father’s Name: Chris Jacobs
Clubs & Activities: Ping Pong Club, Astronomy Club, Film Club, Leadership, Music, International Baccalaureate
ASB: ASB Clubs Officer
Athletics: Tennis, Soccer
Community Service: Occasionally, he helps out at the senior center next to his school.
Future Educational Goals: He is in the process of applying to Stanford, Duke, UPortland, and Cal Poly.
Future Career Goals: He is still researching future potential career goals, leaning toward something involving business.
Jenny Lee
Mother’s Name: Kathy Lee
Father’s Name: Sung Ho Lee
Clubs & Activities: National Honor Society, Leadership Class, Partial IB Student, Piano, Hip Hop and Lyrical Dance.
ASB: ASB President 2010-2011, Junior Class Appointed Officer 2009-2010, and Freshmen Class Senator 2008-2009
Honors: Her Dance Team won 2nd for Hip Hop and 4th for Dance at State in 2008.
Awards: Most Improved Raiderette 2008; First Place in Contemporary, Baroque, and Classical categories in the Edmonds Music Teachers Association Music Carnival 2009; and Underclassmen Academic Award in Spanish 2009.
Community Service: Volunteer for the Washington State Korean-American Christian Coalition for the Homeless. On Sundays, she serves dinner at a church in Edmonds for the homeless. Through Leadership, she has sung carols at a senior center in Edmonds, participated in numerous food drives and toy drives, and will soon be participating in a walk for Breast Cancer Awareness at this year’s Washington Association for Student Councils conference. I also spent the day with a girl at a Boys and Girls Club through the National Leadership Conference I attended this past summer.
Future Educational Goals: She would love to attend UCLA next year, however she is also applying to the University of Washington, UCSB, USC, Columbia and Stanford.
Future Career Goals: Ideally, she would love to become a writer or get into the communications field.
Anything else we should know?: She is extremely involved with her church, through volunteering to help homeless people and hanging out with her youth group.
Meadowdale High
Cameron Hathaway
Father’s Name: Mike Hathaway
Mother’s Name: Patti Hathaway
Activities: Cameron has been heavily involved in leadership at Meadowdale High. He is currently ASB Vice President; Junior Year was ASB Treasurer; Sophomore year was a senator; Link Crew leader during senior and junior year.
Athletics: plays varsity tennis senior and junior year. Co-captain during senior and junior year. Track sophomore, junior year and plans to participate during senior year. Played baseball during freshman year.
Honors: National Honor Society and takes AP Calculus and AP Literature. He has also previously taken AP U.S. History and AP World History. He also took an AP English class his junior year.
Culminating Project: He would like to mentor struggling elementary-aged students.
Community Service: Has done some assistant coaching in Pacific Little League for 10-12 year olds. Has volunteered as a counselor for College Place Elementary’s outdoor school.
Future Goals: Will attend college but is considering his options still. He is unsure of the area of study at this time.
Anything Else?: Cameron really enjoys school leadership and getting involved in activities at Meadowdale High. He has been involved in the food drive at Meadowdale High in past years, including camping out in front of QFC on the coldest night of the year last winter) and will continue to do that this year. He has lots of school spirit and puts a lot of his energy toward student leadership.
Maddi Null
Mother’s Name: Dolly Null
Father’s Name: Dan Null
Clubs & Activities: Photo club, Link Crew Leader, National Honor Society.
Athletics: Varsity soccer all 4 years. She plays premier 1 soccer on girls U-18 Northwest Nationals Rayos. Varsity Tennis.
Awards: Presidential service award for 200 hours of volunteer service. Athlete of the week Junior and Senior year for soccer.
Community Service: She has accumulated 280 hours of service so far.
Future Educational Goals: Maddi is verbally committed to Humboldt State University for soccer and is planning on enrolling there next fall.
Future Career Goals: She wants to be a teacher and a coach.
Scriber Lake High
Baily Olson
Mother’s Name: Colleen Olson
Interests: Video games, soccer, trading card games, being a teacher’s assistant, and psychology.
Culminating Project: He is still thinking about it, possibly making an anime short film or something related to that.
Future Educational Goals: Wants to go to EdCC for a while and then transfer to a 4-year college. Probably will study computer animation. As a backup idea he may study psychology and go into that field.
Future Career Goals: Professional computer animator.
Anything else we should know?: People always know they can count on Baily. He is consistent, calm, and has keen awareness. He is easy to work with and a nice presence. Baily will be honored by the Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club this month.

Adam Umbaugh
Mother’s Name: Samantha Umbaugh
Father’s Name: Clyde Umbaugh
Interests: Music (play guitar), hanging out with friends, making music with friends, watching TV, time with family, playing XBox360.
Athletics: Used to play on Edmonds Cyclones, [football through Mountlake Terrace Youth Athletics Association (MTYAA)], now not doing sports
Culminating Project: He is planning on doing a project on mixing music and putting it together. The project has not yet been approved, but that’s because none have been approved yet.
Future Educational Goals: Planning to graduate spring 2011, then attend college, probably earn an Associates Degree in music. He may go on after that to continue music studies. Adam is also good at history and current events, and might pursue these subject areas in college.
Future Career Goals: Hopes to be a musician in a band.
Anything else we should know?: Adam is a great student. He works hard to keep his grades up. He will receive the Accepting the Challenge of Excellence award from the Edmonds Exchange Club this month.

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