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Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Schools names September 2022 students of the month

The students of the month for September 2022 at ACGC High School

Graphic with ACGC logo stating Students of the Month
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The Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Schools Students of the Month are nominated by teachers and staff each month and then a core team selects the winners. Each winner receives a Student of the Month T-Shirt.

The Falcon Spirit winners also receive an engraved cup that recognizes they have "Falcon Spirit." September 2022 winners are:

Grade 12 - Kincade Eisenbacher, Taylor Hoekstra

Grade 11 - Mikaili Johnson, Abby Thomas

Grade 10 - Charlie Jones, Tallulah Kremin

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Grade 9 - Lydia Waters, Lilly Boonstra

Grade 8 - Brooke Johnson, Oliver Groebner

September 2022 ACGC Students of the Month, from left,
Front row: Kiley Schmidt, Savannah Vivion, Kenneth Johnson
Row two: Lydia Waters, Jennica Forsythe, Libby Johnson, Micah Berger, Oliver Groebner
Third row: Tallulah Kremin, Charlie Jones, Lilly Boonstra Makenzie Gonzalez, Brooke Johnson
Back row: Kincade Eisenbacher, Taylor Hoeksra, Makaili Johnson, Abby Thomas
September 2022 ACGC Students of the Month, from left, Front row: Kiley Schmidt, Savannah Vivion, Kenneth Johnson. Row two: Lydia Waters, Jennica Forsythe, Libby Johnson, Micah Berger, Oliver Groebner. Third row: Tallulah Kremin, Charlie Jones, Lilly Boonstra Makenzie Gonzalez, Brooke Johnson. Back row: Kincade Eisenbacher, Taylor Hoekstra, Makaili Johnson, Abby Thomas.
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Grade 7 - Micah Berger, Libby Johnson

Grade 6 - Kenneth Johnson, Jennica Forsythe

Grade 5 - Savannah Vivion, Kiley Schmidt

Falcon Spirit Award - Makenzie Gonzalez

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