LEARNING TRANSFORMS US.
By Anouk Clendenning
The Peter R. Marsh Silent Servant Student Award is granted to high schoolers living in Oregon and Washington to not only recognize those voluntarily serving others in their communities but also to encourage individuals to help each other. This year, Beaverton senior Riley Vinson is a recipient.
Beaverton counselor Ms. Perez delivered the award—a trophy and a $500 scholarship check—to Vinson yesterday. Vinson earned the award primarily through her work in Leadership, though her efforts in the drama department and the AVID program were also a factor.
“It felt really nice to win this award,” said Vinson. “I wasn’t expecting it in any way, so the fact I received it means so much to me.”
Despite being in quarantine, Vinson hopes to continue her work in Leadership by facilitating discussion between administrators and students, a much-needed service given the challenges both groups are encountering during the COVID-19…
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