Alexander Hamilton and Katelie Hoerner were recognized for their academics and community service with the January Students of the Month award.

The Marysville Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs give the award out during each month school is in session to Marysville School District students for their participation in school and community activities as well as their accomplishments in school.

This month’s recipients attend Marysville’s Legacy High School.

Alexander Hamilton is currently an electrician apprentice with Lords Electric where he writes he learns the work that is not “too dangerous.”

He has been working in the trade on and off for about a year and half. In March Alexander plans to graduate early and go full-time into the field.

Over the last two years he has had a 3.88 GPA and has excelled at computer science and pre-calculus classes.

He knows to do coding and is proficient in computer software, such as the Microsoft Office suite and other programs.

Photography is also a skill that Alexander is trained for.

At Legacy High School he has received multiple attendance awards and is part of the LAN Club that works with computers.

When he was a youth, he volunteered at the Marysville Community Food Bank and he supports his classmates with work.

Katelie Hoerner has a 3.7 GPA and is part of the leadership at her school.

She participates in leadership activities and is a part of those classes as well. Previously she was a member of the drama club.

Over the years at her school she has also received perfect attendance awards and a Career Skills Certificate for 21st Century Skills.

In addition, she has received awards recognizing her for Outstanding Work and for Excellence in Academics.

In her community, Katelie has helped out at local schools, including volunteering at Quil Ceda Creek Elementary where she supported children with developmental disabilities and volunteering at Allen Creek Elementary to help with that school’s holiday party.

Katelie has been a sales associate at the Outlet Mall in Tulalip and a cook at the Attic Secrets Tea Room in Marysville.

Since October of last year she has run Katelie's Clothing where finds clothing that needs to be repaired or fixed up, works with the clothing and beautifies it, posts the information to her online store and packages and mails out orders.


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