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                                Kaitlin Barrailler of Oak Harbor High School and President Todd Krantz with certificate.

Photo provided Kaitlin Barrailler of Oak Harbor High School and President Todd Krantz with certificate.

Barrailler named Rotary Club Of OH’s Student of the Month

  • Tuesday, October 2, 2018 4:36pm
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Rotary Club of Oak Harbor selected Kaitlin Barrailler of Oak Harbor High School as its first “Student of the Month” for the new school year.

Barrailler is a senior this year with a 3.9 cumulative gpa.

For Barrailler, that includes two advanced placement classes and many honors classes.

She plays flute in the school’s Wind Ensemble and received a superior rating in the latest Solo and Ensemble Music Contest.

“Barrailler also excels on stage serving as the school drama club president this year and performing in many productions at the high school and at Whidbey Playhouse,” according to Rotary members.

She plans on attending Western Washington University, majoring in biology.

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