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Schools & Students published Dec. 6, 2022

News about educational achievements among students from west central Minnesota.

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ALC Students of the Month

WILLMAR — Named Students of the Month for November at the Area Learning Center in Willmar were seniors Esmeralda Conde and Jeremiah Bustos.

Photo of Esmeralda Conde, November 2022 student of the month at Area Learning Center in Willmar.
Esmeralda Conde, November 2022 student of the month at Area Learning Center in Willmar.
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Photo of Jeremiah Bustos, November 2022 student of the month at Area Learning Center in Willmar.
Jeremiah Bustos, November 2022 student of the month at Area Learning Center in Willmar.
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North Dakota State University

Graduating at the end of summer semester with a bachelor's degree from the Fargo school were:

Glenwood: Ashley Blom, Michael Westberg

Montevideo: Kari Jo Fragodt

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Morris: Brett Sarah Hanson

Redwood Falls: Kaitlin Sandra Steffl

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