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Student Spotlight --- Medicine Lake

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Our Student Spotlight falls on Medicine Lake, Montana tonight.

Here's top graduate Nicole Kirby.

(Nicole Kirby, Medicine Lake Senior) "I like the smallness and how teachers can give one on one help everybody in the class and yet each individual can succeed. I like math because I'm relatively good at it and it comes easy to me so that was one of my favorite subjects. I like all my teachers. I've been in volleyball, basketball, track for a year, Explore America, and FFA. I want to go to college for elementary education because I've been a teacher's aid and really like being with the younger kids and it's just been fun for me. I plan on going to Miles City first and then transferring to Billings."

Congratulations to these honor graduates at Medicine Lake High School.

Graduation day for all 13 seniors is this Sunday - May 18th.

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