Student Recognition

Congratulations to Stanwood High School senior Emma Floyd, who was surprised yesterday with the announcement that she is a recipient of a $5,000 Dave Henderson Scholarship presented by Toys for Kids and the Smith Family Foundation.
Longtime Seattle Mariners play-by-play announcer Rick Rizzs, who co-founded Toys for Kids with Henderson, the former Mariners outfielder who passed away in 2015, presented the scholarship to Emma at SHS along with Dave’s wife Nancy Henderson. Emma was joined by her parents, Derek and Julie Floyd.

Emma plans to attend Willamette University in Salem, Ore., and study physical therapy. In her essay application for the scholarship, she described her desire to help other people with physical therapy as she has undergone two ACL surgeries herself. She will be honored with other Henderson Scholarship recipients at the Toys for Kids Winter Gala on Nov. 13. To learn more about Toys for Kids, visit tfkseattle.org.
We are so proud of you Emma! #GoSpartans


EF Scholarship

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Shining Stars...

The Shining Star Award publicly recognizes students from elementary through high school who have demonstrated personal achievement, continually work hard, are eager to learn, and have made significant progress in their education.

Thank you to our sponsor, Heritage Bank, who in partnership with Twin City Lanes supports our student recognition program. 

Listed below are students recognized by the Board of Directors at a board meeting during the 2019-20 School year.  Congratulations to all of our Shining Stars!


Photo of Mackenzie MunroPhoto of Mylaina LyPhoto of Krysani Gould
May 19, 2020: Mackenzie Munri (left), Sevent Grade, Lincoln Academy; Mylaina Ly (Tenth Grade) Saratoga School; and, Krysani Gould (Eleventh Grade) Lincoln Hill High School.  

 

 

Photo of Carley WorkmanPhoto of Teanna HolseyFebruary 18, 2020: Carley Workman (left), Fifth Grade, Utsalady Elementary, and Teanna Holsey (right), Senior, Stanwood High School

 

 

Picture of Olive GogginPicture of Hendrik Van VeenJanuary 21, 2020:  Olive Goggin (left), Third Grade, Twin City Elementary Hendrik Van Veen (right), and Fifth Grade, Cedarhome Elementary 

 


Picture of MackenziePicture of PeytonNovember 19, 2019: Mackenzie Mase (left), Eighth Grade, Stanwood Middle School, and Peyton Calkins, Fifth Grade (right), Stanwood Elementary

 

 

Photo of SilasPhoto of Aspyn

October 15, 2019: Silas Maikowski (left), Eighth Grade, Port Susan Middle School, and Aspyn Bumgarner, Fifth Grade, (right), Elger Bay Elementary