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Willmar High School names December 2022 students of the month

The students of the month for December 2022 at Willmar High School

Graphic with books and pencils stating Students of the Month
Students of the Month graphic
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WILLMAR — Willmar Senior High School has named students of the month for December. Each month, one student is selected from each of the departments based on criteria established by the departments.

Photos of Willmar Senior High School students of the month, Dec. 2022
Willmar Senior High School students of the month, Dec. 2022
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The students, their grade and department are Skylar Klein, 11, Ag Technology; Kadar Muhumed, 12, Business; Selah Martinez, 10, English Language Arts; Henry Michelson, 11, Math; Angie Sanchez Castro, 9, Multilingual; Timothy Halvorson, 10, Music; Andrew Johnson, 10, Physical Education & Health; Rody Htoo, 9, Science; Hailey Jurgenson, 9, Social Studies; Fiona Zimmerman, 12, Studio Art; Kristian Fredrickson,12, Successful Life Strategies; Faysal Ali, 11, Technology Education and Gabrielle Schoenberg, 12, World Languages.

Photos of Willmar Senior High School students of the month, Dec. 2022
Willmar Senior High School students of the month, Dec. 2022
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Donna Middleton started working at the West Central Tribune in 1975 and has been the news assistant since 1992. She compiles the arts, health, farm and community page calendars, as well as rewrites and works on the special sections.
She can be contacted at dmiddleton@wctrib.com or phone 320-214-4341.
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