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Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Seniors

Addison Dirkes (12) signed with Gustavus Adolphus College on April 17. Dirkes signed by the Tiger surrounded by friends and family. She will play volleyball for the college. “Having support from all of my teammates and coaches has really helped me gain my confidence,” said Dirkes. Photo by Carley Ladlie
Zizi Willet (12) signed with Concordia College on May 2 to play hockey. “I’m excited to meet new teammates and just have a new chapter in life,” said Willet. Willet’s hockey teammates celebrated with her including Sydney Kolker (9), Aryah Hansen (11), Mika Cichosz (11), Taylor Larsen (12), Calleigh Noble (10) and Keira Erikson (10). Photo Submitted
Students were awarded Minnesota bilingual seals on their diplomas because the Minnesota Deparment of Education, states they “demonstrated the required levels of language proficiency through assessment in languages other than English”. Matthew Ramirez (12), Severino Pineda Garcia (12), Juan Perez Peralta (12), Anamarys Coats (12), Josue Perez Tuxpan (12), Sergio Marcial Ceronio (12), Aidan Collins (12), Belen Perez (12) and Ailit Mixteco Jaime (12) tested April 25-26. “I feel honored to get a chord because it represents my hard work,” said Perez. Not pictured: Jonathan Ambriz (12), Diego Balbuena Vidal (12), Ashlye Guzman (12), Mariajose Ruiz-Ceronio (12) Photo by Josephine Petersen
Alyssa Colby (12), Olivia Wegner (12), Ali Hafstad (12) and Courtney Oakland (12) are graduating twice this month. On May 17, they will get a diploma from ALHS and on May 10 they will receive an Associates of Arts degree from Riverland Community College. These six PSEO students will enter college as Juniors. Not Pictured: Alyssa Schmidt (12), Kallie Smeby (12) Photo Submitted

 

Rayea Roberts (12) attended the National 4-H Youth Conference in Washington D.C. from April 18-25. She was one of ten delegates from Minnesota and is a State Ambassador. She participated in a two day round-table discussion before presenting to the U.S. Department of Education. “4-H has shaped my identity, my perspective, just basically how I see the world, ” said Roberts. Photo Submitted
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