Granite Falls honors staff, students

The Granite Falls School District announced its second quarter Success in Education award winners. Staff members Jon Thompson (middle school reading and language teacher) and Laci Sturm (administrator of student records) and students Miranda Russo, Thomas Driscoll, Jacob Kerst, Jacob Churchward, Arianna Graham, David Cook, Layci Armstrong, Avery Coleman, Dylan Galen and Tanner Weaver were recognized at the Jan. 18 school board meeting.

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