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Middle School Students of the Week

Andrew Orr (6th grade), Emma Black (7th Grade), and Olivia Phipps (8th grade) were the students that were drawn as the students of the week for this week. These students showed that they were Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent at West Monona. Please make sure to congratulate them when you see them this week.
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Middle School Students of the Week

Royce Kepner (6th grade), Serina Miller (7th Grade), and Jake Miller (8th grade) were the students that were drawn as the students of the week for this week. These students showed that they were Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent at West Monona. Please make sure to congratulate them when you see them this week.
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Middle School Students of the Week

JJ Shuck (6th grade), Hayden Ayers (7th Grade), and Cole Halverson (8th grade) were the students that were drawn as the students of the week for this week. These students showed that they were Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent at West Monona. Please make sure to congratulate them when you see them this week.
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Middle School Students of the Week

Paytton Purgett(6th grade), Emma Black (7th Grade), and Bailey Greuniesen (8th grade) were the students that were drawn as the students of the week for this week. These students showed that they were Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent at West Monona. Please make sure to congratulate them when you see them this week.
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Middle School Students of the Week

Lakin Bellis (6th grade), Eein McKinnley (7th Grade), and Destiny Coleman (8th grade) were the students that were drawn as the students of the week for this week. These students showed that they were Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent at West Monona. Please make sure to congratulate them when you see them this week.
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