Crossroads West

 For many Crossroads West Alternative High School students, recognition for academic success hasn’t come often. But for 40 students, their determination to earn their high school diplomas and move on to post-secondary studies landed them a specialspot—and a certificate of achievement—at the school’s second annual recognition breakfast, hosted last month at Champlin United Methodist Church. […]

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