Mountlake Terrace High School’s Students of the Month for November are Samantha Romanowski and Daniil Oliferovskiy.
Student Name: Samantha Romanowski
Mother’s Name: Tamara Self
Father’s Name: Michael Romanowski
Clubs & Activities: TATU
Athletics: Basketball and Soccer
Honors: Basketball – First team all-state Co-player of the year 2014; first team All-Area; first team All-Wesco; second team All-Wesco; MVP EOT tournament 2014.
Future Educational Goals: To attend the University of Denver
Future Career Goals: To be a pediatrician
Anything else we should know? I was awarded a full ride Division-1 scholarship to the University of Denver.
Student Name: Daniil Oliferovskiy
Mother’s Name: Irina
Father’s Name: Aleks
Clubs & Activities: Hawkeye newspaper
ASB: Class of 2015 Vice President, 2013-2014 Representative, 2012-2013 Representative
Athletics: Wrestling, Football
Honors: AP Statistics, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP European History, AP United States History, AP American Government and Politics, AP English Language and Composition.
Awards: AP Scholar Student, Alexander Hamilton Winner, WIAA 3A Wrestling State Participant.
Community Service: I volunteer for the Monroe Public Schools Foundation. I serve as a busboy and runner during the foundation’s annual school auction.
Culminating Project: Engineering design and development. I am creating a mechanism to install on bleachers to prevent balls from being captured and stuck at the top.
Future Educational Goals: I want to attend a large, four year undergraduate university and go on to graduate school. My current areas of interest include nuclear chemistry, biotechnology, neuroscience, mechanical engineering, and marine biology.
Future Career Goals: I would like to further my studies in the math and sciences and hopefully become an engineer.
Anything else we should know? I held a job between March and Sept. 2014 at Safeway. I was a courtesy clerk and my responsibilities included bagging groceries, mopping and sweeping the floors, returning carts, greeting customers and meeting their needs, restocking items.