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Otto, Plant named Students of the Month


Christopher Andersson

Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Chloe Otto, left, and Logan Plant talk about their accomplishments while being recognized as the February Students of the Month at a school board meeting on Feb. 16.

Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Chloe Otto and Logan Plant were recognized as Students of the Month for February.

They were honored by the Marysville Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs at the Feb. 16 school board meeting for the Marysville School District.

Chloe Otto was recognized for her work in the community.

"I'm really involved in my church, I help in our parish every week. I'm also an intern for a our special needs class in school," she said.

She has volunteered weekly at the Grove Church as a Youth Leader since 2012 and has helped the church with a variety of activities, including their "iheart Marysville" program.

In addition to being a special needs intern, she has volunteered for Miracle League Sports which works with adults and kids with special needs, and has been a part of the special needs prom committee since 2014.

Chloe has been a teacher assistant at Allen Creek Elementary for the last four years as well.

At M-PHS she has been on the honor roll since 2012 and a member of the National Honor Society since 2014, where she served as a tutor.

She was recognized as the Native American Student of the Year in 2013.

Athletically, she has played basketball, volleyball and golf at M-PHS.

"I plan to attend Seattle Pacific University next year and plan to major in elementary education," she said.

Logan Plant was awarded with the Student of the Month for his commitment to his fellow students and school.

He is a big part of music at the school. For the last four years he has been a varsity letter on the marching band and has been a member of the jazz band and wind ensemble.

Logan has volunteered hundreds of hours performing with the orchestra for the school's spring musicals the last three years.

"I recorded my own Christmas album, where I sang 14 Christmas songs and I burned 300 CDs and passed it out to all my teachers and some students," he said.

He is the band program president and has given trumpet lessons to middle school students.

The last three years Logan has lettered in varsity for his school's tennis team.

He has also volunteered for the Marysville Community Food Bank throughout high school.

"I did it when I was really young with my grandpa and I've gone back the past few years to volunteer again," he said.

Currently, Logan is the announcer for varsity girls basketball games at M-PHS and he hopes to become a news or sports broadcaster in the future.

"I will be attending Washington State University in the fall to enroll in the Murrow School of Communications," he said.


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