Willmar Middle School names November 2022 students of the month

The students of the month for November 2022 at Willmar Middle School

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Group of mug shots of Willmar Middle School students of the month, November, 2022
Mug shots of Willmar Middle School students of the month, November, 2022
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WILLMAR — Willmar Middle School has named students of the month for November. Four students from each grade are selected by their teachers.

Grade 8 — Matthew Chan, Griffin Banks, Venus Mallory, Logyn Linn

Grade 7 — James Htoo, Cooper Thole, Arianna Gilles, Chloe Bulthuis

Grade 6 — Jeremiah Horton, Josiah Horton, Anyelith Zepeda-Moreno, Mya Williams

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