Marysville Getchell High School seniors Andrew Christensen and Abbygail Bojador were recognized for being school leaders and were named the November Students of the Month awards.

The Marysville Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs give out the awards to two students in the Marysville School District each month in recognition of their community involvement and volunteer service.

Marysville Getchell High School student Andrew Christensen was recognized for his academic achievement.

Christensen is also a part of the Running Start program and attends Everett Community College, as well.

He says he is a people person and enjoys engaging in conversation with others.

For the past few years he has been a part of the Marysville Getchell swim team and is a successful swimmer there.

He has been named WESCO All-League second team for the 200-meter individual medley and for the 200-meter freestyle relay.

 He serves as a lifeguard at Marysville Pilchuck High School’s pool and the pool used by the Lake Stevens School District.

While on duty he helps prevent injuries and teaches children of various ages swimming techniques and skills.

Abbygail Bojador is a Getchell student who takes part in many activities at her school.

At the NJROTC program hosted at Marysville Pilchuck High School she has served in a number of roles including the academic team commander, a team assistant and as a traveling manager.

She has been a part of the academic team for a couple of years and is also a member of the unarmed drill team with the program.

In December of 2019 she was recognized as the Cadet of the Month.

Abbygail has been a part of ASB leadership for a number of years, including serving as the Class of 2022 Junior Class Secretary and the Class of 2022 Senior Class President.

In past years she has also served as the ASB advertisement coordinator.

With the Getchell National Honors Society she is currently vice president and formerly was the treasurer and the outreach coordinator.

Abbygail has also served as the vice president of Key Club, as a member oft he Link Crew and as treasurer of the Asian Students Union.

Outside of her school Abbygail has also been the secretary of the Pacific Northwest Opportunities Fund committee.

She has given more than 150 hours of community service as part of the Filipino Community Service Seattle program.


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