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Six graduates earn state biliteracy certification

Kelloggsville — Seven graduating Kelloggsville High School seniors have been awarded the State of Michigan Seal of Biliteracy, the largest number in a single year for the district. 

The designation from the Michigan Department of Education was awarded to Rochelle Vidal, Josh Guerra, Jimena Sotoz, Sami Garcia Joseph, Domingo Martin-Mendoza, Jacqueline Cano, and Nicaela Cervantes during the May 22 Board of Education meeting. 

The designation, launched in 2017, is for graduating seniors who have also attained proficiency in English or one or more languages by high school graduation, according to the state’s website

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Sean Bradley
Sean Bradley
Sean Bradley is a DeWitt native who has worked as a news reporter in several cities in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. He moved to Grand Rapids in March 2022 to be closer to the entertainment scene including live music and comedy. After graduating in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in journalism from Central Michigan University, he started his writing career at the Manistee News Advocate, covering city government and law enforcement. He later moved onto The Morning Sun in Alma, and in 2018, went to the Livingston Daily Press and Argus. At these newspapers, he covered school boards and got to know superintendents and staff, learning the ins and outs of education reporting. He is excited to be reporting on Kelloggsville Public Schools for School News Network.


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