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Seela, Staloch are Triple 'A' award winners

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Glenn Seela and Morgan Staloch, seniors at Osakis High School, were honored as Academics, Arts and Athletics (Triple "A") Award winners.

The purpose of the program is to recognize and honor high school seniors who have excelled in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in the fine arts. It also provides member schools with the opportunity to participate in a statewide program that supports, promotes and recognizes academic and extracurricular achievements.

To be eligible for the Triple "A" Award, a student must be a high school senior at the time of nomination, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, participate in League-sponsored athletics and fine arts activities and comply with the MSHSL's Student Code of Conduct. Nominations are limited to two qualifying students per school, one male and one female

Triple "A" Award recipients are selected through a multi-level process involving member schools of the League, the League's administrative regions, and a special committee of educators, business leaders, and members from the fine arts and athletic communities.

The Triple "A" Award On-Court Recognition Ceremony will be held in conjunction with the Boys' State Basketball Tournament in March. The top-two award finishers from each region will be invited to the banquet. League officials will announce the four Triple "A" Award recipients at the banquet. Award recipients — a girl and a boy from both a Class A and a Class AA school — will receive a four-year $1,000 scholarship.

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