Students of the Week for Oc. 16, 2019

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Posted 10/16/19

Jeremiah Satterlee

Transportation Coordinator Leanne Maki-VanBerkom has nominated Quilcene High School freshman Jeremiah Satterlee for Student of the Week.

The son of Anita Satterlee and Wolf …

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Students of the Week for Oc. 16, 2019

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Quilcene
Jeremiah Satterlee

Transportation Coordinator Leanne Maki-VanBerkom has nominated Quilcene High School freshman Jeremiah Satterlee for Student of the Week.
The son of Anita Satterlee and Wolf Hardie of Quilcene was selected for his hard work and excellent work ethic.
“Jeremiah is dependable, kind, and takes his work and jobs seriously. He also teaches the elementary students the safe way to cross the road while he is working. At Quilcene High School, Jeremiah volunteers daily as the crossing guard and is always willing to help out students and staff. We think Jeremiah’s superpower is extensive vehicular knowledge and in the movie of his life, his theme music should be country music.”
Outside school, Jeremiah hangs out and sometimes watches YouTube videos. After graduation, Jeremiah would like to get into construction.

Chimacum
Elizabeth Shifflet
English, French and Yearbook teacher Mrs. Parent has nominated Chimacum High School senior Elizabeth Shifflet for Student of the Week.
The daughter of Nathan and Camille Shiflett of Port Ludlow was selected for her managing and organizational skills.
“I enjoy having Elizabeth in both AP English Literature and in Yearbook. In both classes, Elizabeth approaches all assignments with a determined and confident mindset, organizing every project with care and creativity. Likewise, her calm demeanor and quiet sense of humor put others at ease. In Yearbook, she has been appointed one of the editors-in-chief, and she has done an excellent job of managing the complicated tasks of assigning pages and organizing the system, we will follow for the entire year.”
Elizabeth is in Yearbook, ASB and National Honor Society.
“We think Elizabeth’s superpower is to be a mind reader and in the movie of her life, her theme music should be ‘Confident’ by Demi Lavato.”
Outside school, Elizabeth enjoys soccer, crochet, spending time with family, and playing the flute. Her plan for after graduation is to become a chemical engineer.

Port Townsend
Jacob Madison
Dean of Students Patrick Gaffney has nominated Port Townsend High School senior Jacob Madison for Student of the Week.
The son of Brad and Dana Madison of Port Hadlock was selected for drive and organizational skills.
“Jacob recently put on a successful golf tournament to help raise funds for the Port Townsend High School Band trip. Several teams showed up to support the cause. Jacob spent many hours organizing this event. Jacob is a four-year high school band member and a leader in the classroom. He is also in his second year of Key Club at PTHS. We think Jacob’s superpower is motivation and in the movie of his life, the theme music should be ”Gonna Fly Now.”
Outside school, Jacob enjoys golfing and listening to music.
He plans to golf in college after graduation.

Jefferson Community School
Charlotte Tincher
Head of School Craig Frick and Ariel Starlight, teacher of project based learning, art and math have nominated Jefferson Community School freshman Charlotte Tincher Student of the Week.
The daughter of Chris and Tina Tincher of Greenbank, Whidbey Island was selected for being awesome.
“Charlotte spoke with passion and knowledge in our community circle, sharing about local marine ecology and the current issues facing whales and salmon in the area,” said Starlight.
At school, Charlotte works hard and is dedicated to her learning, accepting challenges with focused determination. Charlotte cares deeply and has a great depth of empathy.
We think Charlotte’s superpower should be to be able to transform into any animal in order to communicate with them and in the movie of her life, her theme music should be upbeat, catchy, exciting and strong.
Outside school, Charlotte is dedicated to advancing her horse handling skills, and has volunteered for many years as an advocate for animals and the environment. Additionally, Charlotte is a good friend with a positive, cheerful attitude.

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