Meadowdale High School’s Students of the Month for March are Brett Schafer and McKenna Williams.
Student Name: Brett Schafer
Mother’s Name: Mary Jo Schafer
Father’s Name: Scott Schafer
Clubs & Activities: National Honors Society
Athletics: Three years varsity football; two years varsity baseball; four year wash-up
Community Service: Link Crew member; Eagle Scout service project; tutoring other students in math
Current Employment: I work as a lifeguard at the Mountlake Terrace Pool.
Future Educational Goals: I plan on attending a four-year university and getting an undergraduate degree in either mechanical or aerospace engineering. After that, I would like to either get a master’s degree in some form of engineering or go straight into the workforce.
Future Career Goals: I want to work for a private or publicly contracted aviation company that works in research developing technology to expand our knowledge of the world and how we can use it.
Student Name: McKenna Williams
Mother’s Name: Nichelle Williams
Father’s Name: Rob Williams
Clubs & Activities: Impressions Jazz Choir, Chamber Choir, Link Crew Leader, NHS Member, Washington Business Week
Athletics: JV Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, Club Volleyball
Awards: Edmonds Rotary Student of the Month, Student of the Quarter, AP Scholar Award
Community Service: Volunteer summer camp counselor for kids with special needs through Providence Regional Medical Center’s Camp Prov. Link Crew
Current Employment: Team Member at Jamba Juice
Future Educational Goals: I plan to attend a four-year university next year as a business administration major. I hope to eventually get the opportunity to study abroad in Europe at some point as well as pursue a graduate program in either business or engineering.
Future Career Goals: As of right now I am undecided about my future career. I am planning on studying business but I also have interests in engineering. Ideally, I would love to be able to intern at Disney with the hopes of one day finding a career in Imagineering.
Anything else we should know? I wouldn’t be the person I am today academically and holistically without the unconditional support of my parents, sister, and my boyfriend, JD. They have given me the tools I need to be successful through their own examples as well as shown me all of my own potential.