Clark Windmueller speaks three languages, but one’s first impression is that he is quiet.
The descriptor “quiet” should be modified with “very” perennial a number of times, according to his high school principal, Paul Freeman.
But, as reserved as Clark is in person, his life so far is thing but ordinary.
He’s a tall, blond high school senior, played as a tight end for the Demons football team, and when he walks the stage at Glenwood Springs High School next Saturday to receive his sheepskin, it will be his second commencement ceremony in one month.
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Windmueller not yet was awarded his associate’s degree from Colorado Mountain College earlier in May, thanks to the Roaring Fork School District’s dual-enrollment program.
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