Szoi Stevens selected as Chief Leschi Daffodil Princess
After many delays, 23 high schools in Pierce County selected their princess for a year-long Daffodil royalty. On Wednesday, January 27 we chose our princess to represent our school in the Daffodil Festival.
Two 12th-grade students, Szoi Stevens and Jordyn Rutledge, joined by 2020 Chief Leschi Daffodil Princess Catalina Dillon, were honored as candidates for the opportunity to participate in the Daffodil Festival. We congratulate Szoi and Jordyn for their dedication and hard work in entering the Daffodil Princess competition.
We congratulate Szoi Stevens for being selected as our Daffodil Princess! Secondary Co-Principal Chris Jorgensen says, "Szoi shows up each and every day with a huge smile on her face and a positive attitude. Szoi is thoughtful, inclusive and kind to others. As a cheerleader, Szoi brings school spirit and energy to every game and is a leader by her example at school. Cheerleaders very publicly encourage the teams to succeed and help to create a positive culture publicly, Szoi does this privately with her fellow students on a daily basis as well. She is very deserving of this honor!"
Secondary Co-Principal Jennifer Vasilez added, "It was an honor to serve Szoi in her middle school years and to see the strong woman she has become today. Szoi has been a leader as long as I have known her, and I am proud that she will represent the school as our princess this year."
Congratulations to our candidates, Princess Szoi and 2020 Princess Cat!