Pierce County students named Washington Scholars, alternates

Tacoma News TribuneApril 23, 2014 

The Washington Scholars Program, administered by the Washington Student Achievement Council and the Washington Association of Secondary School Principals, has recognized 147 high school seniors for their academic achievement, leadership ability and community service.

The program honors three students from each legislative district and 49 alternates statewide.

Pierce County scholars include:

Kathryn M. Draney and Paulina L. Davison, both of Rogers High School; Cassidy C. Forler and Alyssa A. Ricketts, both of Eatonville High School; Gabriel T. Carroll and Emma E. Miller, both of Puyallup High School; Paul C. Alvestad and Madeleine E. Misterek, both of Peninsula High School; Kaitlyn Hall of Emerald Ridge High School; Brennan Hartley of Bellarmine Preparatory School; Sarah H. Sachs of Foss High School; Elizabeth Joy Lewis, Benjamin J. Meade and Hee Won Pak of Curtis High School; Olivia E. Moore and Jari David Rozo L. Tamayo of Washington High School; Marjorie L. Rasmussen of Spanaway Lake High School; and Sloane S. McGowan of Bethel High School.

Pierce County alternates include:

David M. Carlson of Rogers High School; Jacob Watkins of Puyallup High School; Wolfgang A. Beck of Gig Harbor High School; Angela L. Leingang of Fife High School; Molly K. Bordeaux of Bellarmine Preparatory School; and Mariah Sora Strange of Washington High School.

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