Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Julia Davis and Victoria Wilde were recognized for their volunteer service to the community as the April Students of the Month.                                                                                                 

The Student of the Month award honors two students from the Marysville School District each month for academic and community achievement.

It is awarded by the Marysville Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs.

Marysville-Pilchuck High School senior Victoria Wilde has more than 450 volunteer hours over the last four years in various events.

She has helped with auctions for the Marysville Rotary Club as well as the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and been a volunteer for the Marysville Soroptimist service club.

For many events she has helped with the presentation of the U.S. flag as part of a local Color Guard unit.

Victoria has also helped at the Marysville Community Food Bank and Arlington Community Food Bank.

Because of this community work she has been recognized with other volunteer awards, including a Soroptimist community service award, the Presidential service award and a Rotary community service award.

At her school, Victoria is also an active participant in NJROTC.

She has served as the executive officer for the unit, as well as a platoon commander and a squad leader. As a participant she has been part of the color guard unit and the drill team.

In the program she has received both the Cadet of the Month and the Cadet of the Year awards because of her leadership.

At M-PHS she also has been a part of the basketball team and a part of the cheerleader team.

She received the Gold Standard award for her participation in band and is a part of the drum line.  

At her high school she is also a member of the National Honor Society and the president of the Soroptimist “S” service club.

The second student of the month Julia Davis also has spent a lot of time volunteering in the community.

She has been a fifth-grade camp counselor at Pinewood Elementary School's overnight camp where she helped to supervise a small group of students for five days and nights.

At summer youth track meets she has helped set up and take down equipment as well as volunteering as a timekeeper.

She is involved in the Bethany Christian Assembly as a frequent volunteer.

For nine years she has helped in the church’s nursery as she cared for and took care of young children for a couple volunteer hours each month.

On the worship team she has helped play bass guitar for adult and youth church services.

Also at her church, she has volunteered as a “Lifegroup Leader” where Julia leads group discussions and weekend conferences for local kids.

At her school Julia participates in a wide variety of activities.

She has competed in four years of varsity cross country and also participated in track and field in numerous running events as well as the high jump.

As part of the Welcome Club she helps by providing campus tours to new students.

With the Hi-Q team Julia competes in trivia contests and has helped study in numerous categories, including literature, mathematics, current events and geography.

Currently Julia is the secretary of the school’s National Honor Society, where she volunteers in school and community events and serve

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