Meadowdale High School’s Students of the Month for March: Brett Schafer, McKenna Williams

Meadowdale High School’s Students of the Month for March are Brett Schafer and McKenna Williams.

Brett Schafer
Brett Schafer

Student Name: Brett Schafer
Mother’s Name: Mary Jo Schafer
Father’s Name: Scott Schafer
GPA: 4.0
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.

McKenna Williams
McKenna Williams

Student Name: McKenna Williams
Mother’s Name: Nichelle Williams
Father’s Name: Rob Williams
GPA: 3.97
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.

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