Grantfork Elementary fourth-grade VIP students for May were, front row from left, Morgan Jarrell, Carolynn Parsons, Cheyenne Choat and Shelton Nevin; middle row, Gage Markus, Tyler Prusa, Riley Mansholt, Colton Prott, Trinity Dresch and Chloe Neumann; back row, Aidan Miller, Grace Hanvey, Madelllynn Trauernicht, Joe Jansen, Kylie Ketchum, Ava Michael and Sydney Seitz. Not pictured are Kyle Hess and Shyana Reckmann.
Grantfork Elementary fourth-grade VIP students for May were, front row from left, Morgan Jarrell, Carolynn Parsons, Cheyenne Choat and Shelton Nevin; middle row, Gage Markus, Tyler Prusa, Riley Mansholt, Colton Prott, Trinity Dresch and Chloe Neumann; back row, Aidan Miller, Grace Hanvey, Madelllynn Trauernicht, Joe Jansen, Kylie Ketchum, Ava Michael and Sydney Seitz. Not pictured are Kyle Hess and Shyana Reckmann.
Grantfork Elementary fourth-grade VIP students for May were, front row from left, Morgan Jarrell, Carolynn Parsons, Cheyenne Choat and Shelton Nevin; middle row, Gage Markus, Tyler Prusa, Riley Mansholt, Colton Prott, Trinity Dresch and Chloe Neumann; back row, Aidan Miller, Grace Hanvey, Madelllynn Trauernicht, Joe Jansen, Kylie Ketchum, Ava Michael and Sydney Seitz. Not pictured are Kyle Hess and Shyana Reckmann.

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